|JEROLD W. GARNER SR.||RE: Thomas Turner Beal|
Thanks for the info. I will leave him in Albany Cemetery since Bryan County Official records have him listed there. I put the memorial number on his Albany memorial until we can verify. Tks again//Jerry
|Tex-ranch||Norma Jean Horton|
In Pleasant Mound Cemetery. Just heard the story of this little girl from someone in the family - and how ironic we found her today - only a month after she was put on Findagrave.com. We just love this site and the people who are devoted to putting information online so we can find our relatives. Thanks Ash. Tex-Ranch on findagrave.com
|mj||RE: Daniel Johnson|
for your help on making the correction on the location of the cemetery.
Added by mj on Mar 14, 2015 1:39 AM
|Perry L. Williams||Old Wink Cemetery|
Thank you for your work on the Old Wink Cemetery. So many children and forgotten souls who all have a right to be remembered.
|Susan Aduddell||RE: Cecile Beard|
Thanks for changing his name in the bio. Also, I sent an edit to change Lucy's father from Calvin to Charley, and to take out the mother's name. I didn't look at the Dawes enrollment card close enough the first time!
|keeper of memories||RE: Blackbear|
I literally JUST made that page for Chief Blackbear has a gift for his son. While I was cropping pictures you added one, so I was curious how you knew I had added the page so quickly, and thought perhaps you were related since you added the photo.
|Lori Lumsden Smith||John and Margaret Tucker|
Thanks for your contribution to my Tucker relatives Find A Grave Memorials. Your information will enhance the information I have already collected on them.
|Susan Aduddell||RE: Ross Frazier|
Thanks so much!
|Greg Burns||Martin Farrell|
This is my great grand uncle who was an inmate at CIH who died there in 1904. I am having a VERY difficult time in tracking his records and all I need to do is have confirmation of who his parents were and that he is buried on the hospital grounds possible grave #3958. I have information on hand that tracks him to his birth in Co. Roscommon, Ireland in 1839. Feeling 99% sure though that it's my Martin.
Anyway...I have a lot of "feelers" out trying to help with his ID. Once I know, I will memorialize him. I am hoping that the NYC Mental Health Office in Albany will relinquish the info after I've sent lineage info to them beginning with me back to Ireland. We'll see. Any suggestions gratefully accepted. Thank you.
|sr/ks||Great to hear from you re: Geyer|
Thank you very much for the additional info on Mary Geyer, as well as for the clean-up you did on my dark photo of the graves of her and her husband. May I ask how on earth you found their marriage and her maiden name? I had really struggled with this and am so pleased you nailed it.
Added by sr/ks on Jul 18, 2014 11:13 AM
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