|Larry & Edie Doepel (#46583214)|
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Larry & I are from Campbell County in east Tennessee & we are hoping to help others find their families. If there is anyone here we can help you find, please email us.|
We have no problems at all with transfers. If you are a closer relative than we are, we will transfer. If we have no connection and you have some connection (even friendship), we will transfer. Just ask.
I realize that some of the photos I took in my early years of Find A Grave are less than perfect. If you'd like me to retake a photo for any reason at all (move the flowers, get a close-up, etc) please let me know and I'll be happy to retake them.
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|Minister Derek Boyd West||Verlie Reese's parents|
Virlie Reese's parents names were Bentley and Ollie (Marcum) Reese. Would you happen to know if they are on find a grave, and if so, do you know where they were born and died at and have a photo, either of them or a headstone, and possibly names of siblings or children. Verlie's son William Bernard Reese is my uncle by marriage. He is my moms sisters husband. He is also my cousin by blood. His dads mom was a sister to my dads, moms, mom, making Ollie and Bentley my paternal great great aunt and great uncle, and making verlie Reese my paternal 3rd cousin , and his son William my paternal 4th cousin. Any information and photos would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your time and effort.
Hello, I am doing a genealogy research for my Aunt Alice LeMarr, and this is her great grandmother (Rachel Robbins) if possible I would like it transfered to me for her. #26829632 thank you very much. Celia
|Janet||Maggie Pierce Ausmus|
Edie thank you for sending me her obituary. I am so tardy in thanking you I am totally ashamed of myself. Thank you.
Added by Janet on Jan 24, 2015 11:21 AM
|Robert S. Damrell Jr.||Transfers|
I wish too thank you for the transfer of Ben Blanton.
Your offer to transfer more is very appreciated.
Again, I thank you.
|Lauren's Mom||The Millers|
Thank you so much for the transfers! I'll take good care of them. Hope some nice spring weather is coming your way soon! Hugs!
|Fred Mast III||RE: Johannes Gochnauer|
That was very kind of you to help out. Apparently, he has not kept up the site as listed. The Gochnaur/Gochenour family line is connected to me by my gg grandmother who married a Forney. I am not closely related and cannot seem to find alot of information on them. I do not need you to transfer the memorial but thanks for making the memorial and others in this line available to me. It really helps to get these verifications
|Debbie Gibson||Sam Gibson #8583814|
Thank you for Sam's memorial. I would like to put up more personal pics. Could you please remove two pics: headstone/flowers and Road to Cemetery.TNX
|Suzzette G Yandle||RE: Bio for Pvt John Sparks|
Thanks about the information on the flu. I will pass the information onto the reseacher looking for information on John Sparks who was her ancestor's first husband.
|nita stolns||Ledford and Bertha Ford|
Thanks for the transfer of my inlaws Ledford and Bertha Ford. I have already posted their picture on their memorial.
|CL Hileman||Merry Christmas - Happy New Year|
A very Merry Christmas and a wonderful, healthy, Happy New Year to my Tennessee favorites - and distant relatives..
Wonder if you have ever run across information on the Josiah Smith family - Choctaw Indian blood documentation! I just found it and not surprised as we were told this as children - only thought it was Cherokee.
Also looking for a museum near Jellico that may be interested in furniture etc. from the AJ and Rachel Parks Smith homestead and Smith/Baker line. I would love to donate a few of their belongings and letters from the 1800's.
Keep up the great work you do for so many! It is much appreciated!
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