|Waunita M Herron (#21335338)|
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|Old Country Roots||RE: Woodbine Cemetery|
I don't think it is, but I can check my plat book...I may be wrong. Since it's late, I'll check tomorrow. If you don't hear from me in a couple of days please message me again to remind me. :)
|Suzie K||RE: Holcomb family|
No problem. You should really thank Remember though. She did all the work. :) Best of luck.
Added by Suzie K on Oct 29, 2014 1:33 PM
The transfers of Holcombs from Suzie were the ones I had promised you that I, (Remember), said I would send. I made a mistake and sent them to Suzie and she kindly transferred them on to you.
Added by Remember on Oct 27, 2014 8:21 PM
I received your editing suggestion about Lucy's husbands names and have corrected her memorial. Would you like a transfer of Lucy or any of the other Holcomb memorials I manage? I am not related and just got carried away with researching them.
Added by Remember on Oct 24, 2014 11:21 AM
|Debbie J.||RE: Doratha Tiff|
I've transferred her to you. Thanks for taking care of her. Debbie J.
|Debbie J.||Doratha Tiff|
Got your suggested edits. Are you friend or family? Thanks. Debbie J.
|One Foot In The Grave||Marriage Records - Amos Reed|
There is no record of that particular marriage in the State of Illinois marriage database. There were 3 people with that name in the records but none in Peoria County and/or with the right bride.
|Dona Horine||RE: Ahira Sanford # 24697122|
Waunita, you are most welcome. Please be assured that his plot is well cared for in this cemetery no matter from whence his final residence came, as many interred here came during the Great Depression and at other times of poverty of visible resources. He is listed as a Baptist minister and so his means were represented not by his monetary resources at the time but by the gifts of his spiritual blessings. At Salem Pioneer Cemetery there are those whose assets represent both and no one judges when caring for this place of rest. Blessings
|David Goltry||Huldah Slater|
Hello, This would not be a duplicate entry. There are two markers and two cemeteries. Which cemetery is she buried in? Did her husband dig her up and take her to Illinois, the cemetery books list her as buried there. There is no cemetery records for the Nebraska cemetery. And yes, from that time period, I have had other family, first buried in Nebraska, then sent back east. A couple of them left the markers behind. I sent this to Find A Grave, several months ago to link together. I am still waiting for a answer.
Huldah was my 4th Great Grandmother. I will let Find A Grave choose which one would be a "Cenotaph".
Thanks for your help.
|Bruce Hicks||Josiah Reed|
My reason for refusing the link was given in the refusal you received from the Find A Grave system the first time I refused the link. I'm sure Samuel was the son of Josiah, that is not why I refused it. The problem is that you have entered Josiah with 'Burial Unknown' and that is against Find A Grave's policy, and I don't link to that kind of entry. Find A Grave's primary mission is 'Graves Registration', that is, locating the burial place of a person. If the person's burial location is not known then they should not be on Find A Grave, rather on some genealogy site such as Ancestry.com. I have known for many, many years that Josiah was the father of Samuel. I did not enter Josiah and link Samuel to him because that would be contrary to Find A Grave's policy. I could also enter many hundreds of my relatives whose burial locations are unknown but I choose not to in accordance with the policy of the owners of Find A Grave.
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