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Genealogy has become a hobby for me, kind of like working crossword puzzles. Taking an inventory of local cemeteries gets me out of the house, a little exercise and I feel like I'm contributing. I enjoy it.|
I am related to very, very few of the persons that I identify. Therefore, if you are a relative that can provide a bio and/or update the relationship links, I will gladly transfer the memorial to you, ... just ask.
If you would like to request a Transfer, please do the following. (Make sure you are logged in to Findagrave.com.)
1. From the memorial that you would like to acquire, select "Edit" followed by "Suggest a correction ...".
2. Enter your relationship and any other comments in the text area, then submit the form.
This will provide me with all of the information that I need to perform the transfer, and it provides good documentation.
"We make a living by what we earn,
We make a life by what we share."
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|Donna Meinscher Estes||OLIN LAMB FROST|
Thank your for alerting me to the error of Cape Giradeau. I have corrected the state. ~ Donna ~
|Earth Angel||Bay Minette Cemetery|
Thanks so much for the great marker photos of Propst and Clark family. They are my cousins.
Thanks again for all
your hard work on Find A Grave, much appreciated.
Thanks again for your help and for the work you have done.
It is greatly appreciated.
Correction made. Thank you for the information.
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|Benjamin L Manifold||edits|
Thank you for the information. Best regards.
thanks so much for the carroll transfers. and thanks for putting them on Find A Grave. this is the only way I could ever see them c.h.s.
Added by stewart on Oct 19, 2014 5:48 PM
|Diana Bond||RE: Graves of Lee twins|
Thank you for your quick reply. Do you live in the area? Although I live in California, I will be in northern Georgia the end of November. Is it possible that you could point me in the correct direction? Is the cemetery/church difficult to find?
I know that in 1850 when the twins were buried that it was Union County. I have been trying to locate where my family lived with only "District 85" as my census guide. I think this is a break through! Is it an active church? I'm wondering if it has records of its membership families before the 1850 census. Do you have an idea where or how I could find an address or phone number?
Sorry to burden you, I'm just very thrilled to have run across this grave!
|Teresa Arnold||Thanks so much!|
I just wanted to thank you again, for all of the transferees of my family to me, that you did for!
|Diana Bond||Graves of Lee twins|
Hello, and thank you.
The baby twins Harriet and Cynthia in Coopers Creek Baptist Church Cemetery are siblings to my great grandmother. I have tried to find where they lived in Union County, so now I know that it was Fannin County! Do you know who put up this tombstone? I'd love to know. Perhaps they are related and I could solve some mysteries.
What a nice surprise!
I am a contributor, so you can leave a message on my site.
|Carolyn Olson||Photo Memorial #103780349|
Writing to ask permission to use your photo for use on my Ancestry tree. Mabel Benik Memorial #103780349. I can find no way to contact the person who took the photo of the marker. Do you know I could get her permission to use her photo also
Thanks for your dedication to this very useful tool for use in family genealogy.
Carolyn Beaty Olson
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