|Tom C (#46546890)|
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|Pleaae use the edit button if you want something changed or added. If your profile does not have an EM address then I will not answer I will make corrections but just not tell you that I have made thm. The profile is too public. When you want a transfer please state how your are related to the person if you do not state how and be honest I will not respond. I am willing to link add places of birth and death and other information.. you may use any of the tombstone photos that I have posted|
Please do not add death records to my memoral's they do not belong on my menorials
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|deedie||Birth Gus Howelman|
Please remove my private email to you from your listing and change the birthplace of Gus Howelman, (Mt. Pleasant Cem. New Franklin) in your information on his page. He was born, as I told you, at Warren County, not Montgomery as one obit has it and not Jackson county as your listing has indicated. The family lived at Pinckney, Warren Co. Mo. when he was born in 1879. I like the Finda Grave memory of my Grandfather but want his information correct for researchers and family who make see it. Thanks for your help.
Added by deedie on Jan 21, 2015 9:09 AM
|deedie||Gus Howelman #67991594|
I wrote you some time ago to tell you that Gus Howelman was my Grandfather and that he was not born at Blue Springs in Jackson County or at Big Springs in Montgomery County, as his obituary in the Jefferson City Tribune indicates. He was born at Warren County, Pinckney, Mo. On the 1880 Warren County Census, he is listed with his parent and was an infant. Shortly after 1880, the family moved to Montgomery County, where Gus grew up and where his siblings were born. You posted my email to you, but did not change the information in your original listing. As it is, with my letter posted and your information, folks doing research will still wonder, where he was born. I have seen his birth record at St. John's Church in Warren County and the 1880 Census record; so I can verify, he was born at Warren Co. Mo. Please will you remove my email, which was to you personally and change the information on your entry to state his birth was as Warren Co. Mo. Thanks for your help and all you do to remember our ancestors.
Added by deedie on Jan 19, 2015 3:14 PM
|Tim Allen||Rosetta Colvin, #30455850|
I noticed that your memorial for Rosetta is a duplicate of #7582522 created in 2003.
|L Mastan||Gander - Providence Cem|
Thank you very much for so quickly accepting the links, etc, that I sent for Benjamin Gander in Provedence Cemetery.
The time you spend on Find A Grave is very much appreciated!!
Added by L Mastan on Jan 09, 2015 9:03 PM
|Melanie Major Washburn||Jones cemtery|
I saw a memorial that you had added 32072795. It was for a William Hudnall Jones, he is the husband of my 2nd great aunt. I have been trying to locate this cemetery and can't seem to find it. Would you possibly remember where it is? His wife Georgiana Major Jones was said to be buried in this cemetery as well.
Thanks in advance
Melanie Major Washburn
"Black" -- a cemetery for African Americans?
|Diane||Elizabeth Brown Worton Wharton|
Memorial # 8811027
hi - I read your message about adding death certs on your memorials and I feel the same way. However, Elizabeth's name is misspelled on her headstone and it took me quite a while to get the mystery solved and find her death cert. So, I added her death cert to show and support the correct spelling of the name. I hope this is ok - if not, I can remove it.
Thanks for all your work in Find A Grave!
Added by Diane on Nov 12, 2014 4:59 AM
|JD Day||RE: Edward's obit|
Yes, I think you are right and the obit was printed wrong. It should have said, Dover, Layfayette, MO
Added by JD Day on Nov 03, 2014 2:43 PM
|JD Day||Edward's obit|
His obit says born in Dover county, but that is wrong.
On ancestry and census it is Dover, Lafayette, IL.
When you add his obit to memorial, please fix that mistake. JD
Added by JD Day on Oct 30, 2014 1:34 PM
Obit: Edward Leslie Vivion of Galesburg, died June 18, 1922 following long illness.
The funeral service will be held at the family home, Tuesday afternoon with Rev.S.H. Zendt officiating. Burial in Hope Cemetery.
Edward Lelie Vivion was born Nov.2, 1857 in Dover County, Missouri, youngest child of Dr. and Mrs. John B. Vivion and brother of the late John G. Vivion, all early pioneers of Galesburg. He spent his early childhood in Missouri, coming to Galesburg with his parents at age seven.
He married Emma Pratt Armstrong in this city May 3, 1888. She survives, with the daughter, Mrs. Mildred Lowell and one grandchild.
For 67 Years, he was an employee of CB&Q, having begun his service in the old freight house. He retired a year ago and then held the postion of chief operator in the telegraph department.
Knox County Geneaolgy Soceity
Galesburg Public Library
Added by JD Day on Oct 30, 2014 9:53 AM
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