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Any good thing, therefore, that I can do
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for I shall not pass this way again.
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1773–1855, Quaker missionary
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Hi, I would suggest contacting the cemetery office. The person on the memorial is not showing up with an online DC, which is weird. Good luck! :)
|J Phillips||Rebecca Scott|
I received your request to transfer.
How are you related to Rebecca?
Do you have a lot of info to add? I will be happy to add any relevant info.
I am related to her husband, Elias Scott. He's the brother of my direct ancestor.
I visited the graves myself and took the pictures. Many of my ancestors are buried in this cemetery.
Let me know what you would like to add.
|Jackie & Ralph||Transfers|
I'm sorry but we only transfer within the Find a Grave Guidelines.
|Jane & Steve Revord||RE: Re: Mary Farrar photo request, Tulare Cemetery|
In the spring put in a request. Jane
|Ryan Sumner||Lawrence and Marguerite Farrar|
I'm seeking information about Lawrence Kenneth Farrar Sr and his wife Marguerite Smith Farrar (both deceased), who used to own a small grocery store in Charlotte, NC (Mecklenburg County).
I'm a historian working on a history of their grocery store. I'd be very grateful to anyone who has photographs of the Farrars--especially when they were young--or photos of the store. I'd also love to speak with any relatives or anyone who knew them or worked at the store.
Ryan L. Sumner
|Fran ||John Henry Farrar|
You have requested only one photo of this headstone. I wanted to let you know that I went to take a photo and there is a tree not far from the headstone so it is almost impossible to get a photo without some shadowing to it. There is also engraving completely on the back of the headstone as well. If you would like me to post both of these photos and then delete them if you do not like them, please let me know.
Added by Fran on Feb 16, 2015 8:40 PM
|Kevin Finch||Leroy Farrar|
I have fulfilled your request for LeRoy today. While there I also took photo's of George and Lottie's Stone, more to your specifications, and added it to their site, even though there were some photo's already there.
|Joe F. Moore Jr.||Edith Caneer Johnson|
I am a related to her Caneer side of the family through my maternal grandmother. My 4th Grandparents are how I am kin to her which would be our common Caneer ancestor. I do have family members who were married into the Baker family who go back to the Farrar's so this might be what you were talking about. If I Can help, please let me know.
|Chris Mills||Thank You|
BTW, for a more complete explanation of the California Death Index bug on birth years of 1900, you can see the article below. Only part of the article discusses the date bug, but it should be easy enough for you to find within the article (it's just before the end of the article).
Genealogy Discrepancy Research Tips
|Ila East||Agnes Barnett Farrar|
Rosa Agnes Trammell Barnett Farrar is my grandmother. I created a memorial for her in 2000. Her memorial number is 5019733. Your memorial to her and mine should be combined. I remember her husband, R. K. Farrar very well.
Added by Ila East on Jan 25, 2015 2:58 PM
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