|Larry Boyd (#46860516)|
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Now living in Charlotte, NC.|
If there is anything I can do here to help, Just let me know.
Requesting a transfer
Use the SAC Suggest a correction method when requesting a transfer.
1. Click on EDIT tab upper right of memorial
2. Click on suggest a correction link
3. Type in box you would like a transfer of this memorial to you listing your Find A Grave number.
4. Click on the Send this message button
I will then receive your message telling me you want me to transfer this memorial to you. I will then transfer it to you.
PLEASE: Don't ask for a transfer for one then ask AND all related. YOU must request each transfer individually.
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Thanks so very much for cousin Shirley's memorial transfer! luann
Added by luann on Aug 28, 2016 9:09 AM
|Dane Ann||Regarding my edit request:|
I wanted to send a note explaining the date of birth edit I sent for Charles Thomas 'Charley' Patterson, (Memorial: 25959764): He and his wife, Ida May Fry Patterson, passed on the same date, 7 Oct 1954. He passed at 12:30 am and she passed 20 minutes later at 12:50 am. The death certificates were filled out at the same time and Ida May's date of birth was given on both. His date of birth, per Social Security Application & Claims, WWI Registration & also the inscription on his grave marker, was 16 Aug 1876.
Thank You for ALL the amazing work you do!
Added by Dane Ann on Aug 23, 2016 1:33 PM
You posted a photo of Larkin Goss (1821-1888) on memorial 79092379. He was my 3rd great grandfather; I am attempting to document ancestry for my sons of the American revolution application. Would you happen to have any documentation or sources that demonstrate he is the son of John Goss and Abigail Osborne?
Many thanks for any assistance you can provide,
Added by Avee8or on Aug 18, 2016 2:03 PM
|Darcy Marie||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 39670062|
That is the best kind of information, isn't it?...From family, rather than the internet! Well thank you!!!
|Darcy Marie||Find A Grave Memorial# 39670062|
James Edward "Buddy" Parker
Hello~ I believe this is one of my G-Grandfather's brothers, but am not 100% sure. Just trying to confirm one way or another. Wondering if you can tell me where you got the DOB from and the nickname "Buddy"? Is this a relation of yours? Thank you so much for any help! Darcy
|Ms. Clyde||Harry Baldwin|
Your memorial for Harry is 15938154
My capshaw isn't working, so got to go this way:
Harry E. Baldwin Sr., age 77, of 101 Pinewood Drive, died Saturday, March 24, 2001, at Laurens County Hospital.
He was born in Abbeville County and was a son of the late WC Baldwin Sr. and Lucia McIlwain Baldwin.
Mr. Baldwin was a former co-owner of Baldwin Motor Co; he was a US Army veteran serving in the Infantry during World War II in Italy, Germany and France, and was a member of First Presbyterian Church of Clinton.
Surviving are one son, Harry E. Baldwin Jr. of Clinton; two daughters, Brenda Watkins and Vickie Phipps, both of Clinton; one sister, Doris Milam of Clinton; six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Mr. Baldwin was predeceased by two brothers, WC Baldwin Jr., Thomas Edwin Baldwin Jr., and two sisters, Edna Baldwin King and Polly Draughon.
Graveside services will be conducted today, March 26, at 3:30 p.m. in the Duncan Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Duncan Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery Fund, c/o Buddy's Hardware, 210 North Broad St., Clinton, SC. - Gray Funeral Home of Clinton. Published in The Greenville News on Mar. 26, 2001.
|Marie Steele||Anita Gertrude Warren|
This lady is my uncle, James Lafayette Wallace's, mother. She was married first to Clarence Ernest Wallace (b. 5 Dec 1879, d. 24 Oct 1940, m. 17 May 1904 in Christian County, MO.) They had 3 children: a baby born and died 1905, a son, James Lafayette Wallace (b. 4 Nov 1906, d. 18 Aug 1972), and a daughter, Nell Fay, who died of diptheria (b. 16 Jul 1911, d. 3 Oct 1921). Gertrude married Cecil Bunch 11 May 1931. He was b. 30 May 1886 and died 9 Jul 1951. Cecil and Nell are both buried in Ozark City Cemetery in Ozark, MO. James, my uncle, is buried next to his wife in Sunset Gardens, Albuquerque, NM. An interesting note: Gertrude lists herself as a widow in the 1920 Census, I found her first husband, Clarence, remarried with children in Los Angeles, CA. He is buried in San Gabriel Cemetery, in Los Angeles...
|LaDon Brennan||Dunnigan Cemetery|
I see that you posted a cemetery photo for this cemetery. Is it anywhere near that great cheese stand (maybe called Osceola cheeses) before you get into St. Clair Co, coming from Branson? I've been trying to find where my great greats lived, last known to be Dunnigan. My gr aunt visited the family in 1929 and it was considered a "trip", altho back then probably anything more than 5 miles was a trip. Thanks, and also for your usual quick response to my Skaggs edit.
|Theresa Billotti||A question please|
I see you posted a photo of Roscoe Cemetery in St.Clair, Mo. I discovered my Great-Grandfather was buried in the cemetery, but in English Settlement. Could you tell me anything about this section? Thank you very much.
|PAS||Henry and Alta Tarrant|
Thank you for the transfers.
God Bless you for helping others to connect.
Added by PAS on Jul 25, 2016 7:42 AM
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