|Michael Harrington (#46760007)|
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I will be the first one to go out of his way to help you out any way I can. I am more than happy to make additions, corrections or to transfer memorials to you providing it falls within the Find a Grave guidelines. It would really help if you would include your F.A.G # if you want someone transferred to you. Common courtesy would dictate that a "please" and a "Thank you" would be in order and much appreciated by myself. Treat me as you would like to be treated. I will work WITH you but I don't work FOR you. Ingratitude, rudeness as well as demands will put you at the bottom of my "To do" list.
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|Vonderene||Helen Eliza Brayfield|
I have found the will of Helen Eliza Cholmondely, late Page-Turner, nee Brayfield. It appears she married Joseph Cholmondeley in August 1844 and died on the 14th November the same year. Her will was not proved until January 1859 with ammendments in 1861.
Hope this is useful.
Have you evidence that she was actually buried at Battlesden?
|Vonderene||Gregory Osborne Page-Turner Ref 16257691|
Sir Gregory Osbourne Page Turner's death was registered in Marylebone in the March quarter of 1843. His wife Helen Eliza remarried the following year - 1844. I have added a photograph to his page.
|Marcia Lynne vonGunden||Transfer & thank you|
Thank you for your generosity in transferring:
Benjamin Madison Weddle # 117326326
to my care. I have successfully connected him with his parents, two siblings, four half-siblings, his wife and six children. As I receive more information, I will add it to Our shared memorial.
With sincerest appreciation,
|White Dove||Burnist Orville Smith|
Burnist Orville Smith - Memorial# 41255902
Could you please add his whole birthday ? It's...
Burnist Orville Smith,born:November 7,1918
MO. Died:October 30,1990 in Fla.
And Thank you very much for adding his parents for me.
|IRISANA||RE: Winnie Walker #100000000|
No, I am not offended and I wish you to keep it as it is. I was just a bit shocked! I do thank you for honoring my Mother. Honoring our loved ones is 'WHAT WE DO' on findagrave.
Best wishes with your commitment to findagrave.
Ancestor John Coombs, Jr.,
Added by IRISANA on Apr 21, 2015 12:25 PM
|IRISANA||Winnie Walker #100000000|
Michael, I am just curious to your reason for clearing the ads from my Mother's Findagrave.
I did my Grandparents on both side, my husband's parents, my Dad's then went to do my Mother's and couldn't believe someone I didn't know had done it already. I think it is wonderful that you were generous enough to do that--but did you even know her? I really wanted to do it myself. However, it was a very kind gesture, don't misunderstand me. I am just curious is all...
Added by IRISANA on Apr 20, 2015 10:53 PM
|Marybeth Novak Lindgren||RE: Louis I Press #20158364|
Thanks, Mike. I'll continue to do research, however, I won't get back to Minnesota for a few months to actually visit the cemetery. I'll keep you posted.
|James Newman||Dr. M. S. Nighbert #120617605|
I hit the incorrect key before I was finished. Thank you for the picture of Dr. M. S. Nighbert's tombstone. It is much clearer than the one I have.
Judy Nighbert Newman
|Marybeth Novak Lindgren||Louis I Press #20158364|
I have been researching war casualties from Chisholm, Minnesota. I am searching for Louis I Press who was the first WWI casualty from Chisholm and the American Legion post is named in his honor. I started a Find A Grave memorial for him. (#141557985). However, after visiting the Legion last month I was able to get a lot of information on him including his middle initial. Therefore I did a site wide search and saw your memorial and was wondering if this could be the same person. Please look at my memorial, which isn't complete yet, and let me know if you think we have the same person. I also took a picture of a newspaper clipping of his obituary, however, I need to enlarge it before I can transcribe it. Is the Tifereth Israel Cemetery you state in Duluth off of the Howard Gnesen Rd? I was just there but at the Calvary Cemetery and the gate looks familiar. Thank you for your time!
|Ruth Miller||Wilkins Find~A~Grave transfer requests|
You have created Find~A~Grave Memorials for our Great-Great Grandparents Peter Wilkins (1814~1892) and Elizabeth Bowen Wilkins (1818~1884) and another person has added photos of their graves in Perry Cemetery, Perry, Pike, IL.
I would very much appreciate having their memorials transferred to me. I have much family history (bios) for them and can connect them to other family members.
Peter Wilkins F-A-G- Memorial #120240972
Elizabeth Wilkins F-A-G Memorial #120240973
Sincerely and Thank You,
Ruth I. Miller
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