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Hello, I am just another genealogy gal that enjoys helping others when possible. |
If there is EVER any information I am wrong with, PLEASE email me and I will change it.
My main family lines are Tolbert and Cook with their many branches.
If you wish a memorial to be transferred to you, TELL ME HOW YOU ARE RELATED to the person and I will definately consider transferring it. Of course, it all depends on if/how I might be related also. Even if you are not related, I will consider transferring if they are not in my direct tree. Once I transfer, you may do as you wish with the memorial.
Many of the stones that I photograph are not related to me at all. I just try to add as many as I can for someone else to find their relatives on findagrave. So please ask for the transfers if you want them.
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|Sherree T||John and Ellar Frakes|
Could you transfer their record to me? Do you need their #'s? Just got on Find A Grave and want to have our families records. John & Ellar Great Grandparents of my husband. Here's my member #48618723.
If you're related to them please let me know how.
any questions firstname.lastname@example.org or leave mess here.
|Jamye Durfee||Effa Brooks|
You are welcome. As you see, the headstone is broken and in bad shape. There is another one right next to it just like it but not legible. I might be able to do a rubbing on it. Let me know if you want to explore that one further. Jamye
|Anonymous||Henry D. Brown|
make that: the father would have been 67. If his mother was Lura she would have been 47, and died a few weeks after the birth.
|Anonymous||Henry D. Brown|
I notice that you have posted a Henry D. Brown and wife Mary Nancy "Nannie" Dugan, with son Henry D. Brown. When I click on the son, it says his parents were Henry D. Brown and Lura Nugent. Henry junior would have been born when his mother was 65 years old. Can you sort this out for me? Thanks!
|Tracy Turner||Edit Requests|
Hi....if you wouldn't mind, I would really appreciate it if you would process the edit requests I sent to you.
Thanks so much!
|James Richards||More on Ovid McCracken|
for his Ovid McCracken's bio if you would like to add it:
From Fort Knox Cemeteries by Sam McDowell (1973):
"Ovid's father was Cyrus who was born in Orange County, Ireland. He was a Revolutionary War soldier and a cofounder of Leestown, Kentucky. He had three brothers, William and Isaac, who were killed by Indians at Blue Licks, and Seneca. Cyrus was killed by the Indians in 1795. Ovid and his brother Virgil were in the battle of the River Raisin in the War of 1812. Virgil was killed there. McCracken County, Kentucky, was named for Captain Virgil McCracken. Harrod's Station was a settlement about six miles south of Fort Harrod."
|James Richards||Ovid McCracken|
I sent you an edit for Ovid McCracken's birth location. I was allowed to add the state and county, but not the location. You could add it to his bio if you want. He was born in Harrod's Station, an early pioneer outpost.
Hello, I am Stephen Cook, Jr I have seen that you have some pictures of my family ancestry that I have never seen before and I have tried to download of THIS site but they are blurred can you Contact me via email email@example.com.
|Trink J.||RE: Anna Cook memorial|
Oops, I looked at the dates but must have mixed them up when I emailed you. I'm an archaeologist and have often dealt with this issue in terms of archaeological sites being duplicated, and the oldest, i.e. first to be recorded always takes precedence. My apologies, and I'll contact the other person...Thanks again for all you do for Find A Grave!
Added by Trink J. on Aug 30, 2014 5:39 PM
|Val Morris||RE: transfer request|
thank you...just noticed she is in there twice...
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