|Harry Moyles (#24254493)|
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"I am more than happy to make corrections and add relationship links but am curtailing (not stopping) transferring memorials due to growing misunderstanding of what Find A Grave is about by those discovering the site for the first time. The time members have put into their efforts working together and sharing information is not up for grabs based on same-name surname or lineage and I will not do any of these type of transfers."|
Thanks and G-d be with you..
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|Julie A Raupp||RE: Blanche Mayhew Moden # 5945203|
BIRTH: 18 Nov 1881. This is supported by both the 1900 and 1910 Censuses, the newspaper and the Obit. DEATH: 10 Oct 1911. Both the Obit and the Death Certificate have the 10th of October. Thank you very much for the edits.
|Kathy Londo Barnes||William Rogers|
Thank you for posting the information that I sent you.
|Bonnie Hoy||Ethel Irene Raymond|
Her death certificates says buried in Forest Hill Cemetery, but she is buried in McBride Cemetery and also has her stone pictured added to her site # 53515739
|Tami||John and Harriet (Brooks) Rich|
I have added a memorial and linked Minnie Rich Howell (142694110), to her parents John and Harriett Rich (your memorials #5681363, 5681364).
Just thought you might like to know, in case you were family. I am not family, but am photographing parts of the cemetery where Minnie and her husband Alfred Howell are buried, and came across their markers.
Cheers from Washington-
Added by Tami on Feb 16, 2015 12:53 PM
|Teresa Jackson||Thank You!|
I want to Thank you for connecting Crystal Ricks to her husband.
I really Appreciate all the help you have given me and ALL of us on Find A Grave.
Thank you so much,
Teresa Jackson #46981906
I'm related in a very round-about way. The grandson who was here, Clayton Brimmer Jr, is the cousin of my son's wife, Linda Parker Knapp. Cj, as he's called, has been coming to our house since he was a teenager, he is the best friend of my son. Cj came over today to get help on his Brimmer side of the family and we found the mistake together. He was adamant that his grandmother, Donna Brimmer, was still alive, and figured out it was his great aunt Donna's obituary that was posted for his grandmother. I am working on his Brimmer genealogy now. :)
|Onlyarethusa||Correct spouses for Alphie and Lawrence Brimmer|
The correct spouse for the Donna Brimmer you have attached to Alphie is: Find A Grave Memorial# 6024664
|Onlyarethusa||Donna M Brimmer|
I'm sitting here with the grandson of Donna Brimmer, spouse of Alphie Brimmer who is buried in Otisco Cemetery in Belding and he tells me his grandmother is still living. The Donna Brimmer you have listed as the deceased spouse of Alphie is actually his AUNT Donna, the wife of Alphie's brother or cousin or some other unknown relation to Alphie, but definitely NOT the wife of Alphie. Alphie Brimmer's WIFE/widow Donna Brimmer is still alive and living in a nursing home in Greenville, Michigan. The grandson of of Alphie Brimmer knows his grandmother is still alive because his father visits his mother three days a week and Clayton Brimmer (the son of Alphie and Donna Brimmer) lives next door to the grandson who is sitting next to me stating absolutely his grandmother is still alive. The Donna you have listed was the spouse of LAWRENCE Brimmer. If you could correct this, it would be greatly appreciated.
Denise Lemon Knapp
|Joe Chester||Weeks/Slawson @ Otisco|
Thanks again for your timely updates and bringing these folks together
|Sandy Knaack||Luther Hart 1834-1882|
Long shot here. My G-Gfather William H. Hart c/b bro. of Luther. Birth dates close, both served in Civil War. Have a record of William H. & Jane, parents to: Emma J. Hart b. 1883, d. 1886 of Cholera in Oakfield, Kent Co., MI. Trying to tie my William H. Hart and Jane ?, parents of Emma J. Hart to L. (Luther) Hart who had 40 acres in Oakfield Twp.
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