|Kendel Culbertson (#46870582)|
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In February 2006, after 30 years of service, I retired from the U.S. Forest Service, having spent most of my career working on the Daniel Boone National Forest, as a Law Enforcement Officer. Since that time, I have found this site and renewed my interest in genealogy and have been placing my research online. |
Most of my information is downloaded from my personal computer. My files and the FAG format does not match exactly, so if you find a mistake or want to suggest a corrections use the "Edit" button on the memorial. This will provide me with a direct link to the memorial and in most cases I only have to OK the request.
I will transfer memorials, that are not my personal family, to anyone who will provide direct kin to the person. Example:(Parents, grandparents, siblings, spouse or children). I will no longer transfer uncles, aunts, cousins or persons who just have the same family name.
To request a transfer, go to the person memorial on FAG, click on the "Edit" button, then click on "Suggest any other correction or addition", ask for the transfer, provide your relationship, then click on "Send".
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|Betty Jo Reyes||Edit Request for Frank Hatton|
Hi, Kendel, I have requested an edit for Frank Hatton, Memorial# 23477263. His first wife was Laura Haynes Hatton. They married young, for a short time, and had one son, Marvin C. Hatton. After Frank divorced Laura he married Wyona King. She was older than Frank; they had several children.
My mother was Laura and Marvin was my oldest brother. Please approve this edit. Thank you.
Thanks so much for the photo! I appreciate you taking your time to get that photo!
Thank you so much for finding and posting all of the photos!!! And you did it so quickly! I am going to pay it forward and start doing this for people myself in the area I live in. Thanks again!
Added by Penny L on Oct 24, 2014 6:19 AM
|Mary Downing-Mahan (gravehuntermary)||Dunn family|
The transfers I requested are the baby and ancestors of my daughter-in-law. If you want to keep them I will send you links and info and add photos. Thanks
|Julie Nicholson-Turbide||RE: Robert R. Culbertson photo|
Yes, this was in the Smith Cemetery - the photo was taken by Laura Brainard … see her compilation here:http://www.usgwarchives.net/pa/warren/tsimages/smith-glade.htm
This very well could be your Robert M.
If you would like to create a new memorial for Robert M., then I will add this grave photo to your new memorial.
Just let me know.
|Cheryl||James and Martha Culbertson|
If they are related (no matter how distant) I will transfer if you want. Let me know
Added by Cheryl on Oct 02, 2014 1:41 PM
|betty reese||Gentry Cemetery|
Kendel, I was out there yesterday and took photos of all the tombstones and noticed they are in a fairly straight line and buried as they died. I added Alexnder and his wife America. Emma died in 1922, Alexander died 1918 and America died 1916 so it was fairly easy to figure out where Alexander and America were buried.
I have two questions. Can you put a note under your photo of the cemetery stating that there are at least 9 graves marked with field stones only?
Also can you please put a death date for Henry Clay Gentry. He died Oct 19, 2002. I have tried to get it done using the edit button with no luck.
Thanks in advance,
|betty reese||RE: Drake Cemetery|
Do you recall how much further it is from Bailey Cemetery on Sandy Ridge? I live right below Bailey so I am wondering if I have to go on twds the river past Lumpkins house. I looked again today and did not see no gate off Sandy Ridge.
|betty reese||Drake Cemetery|
Kendel, I noticed that you stated from Hwy 15 take 651 for 5 miles and go thru gate. I am trying to figure out exactly where that cemetery is. I live on Sandy Ridge and I am 5.5 miles from the Shellmart and even thou I keep looking just don't see where it could be. Any help appreciated.
Thank-you for posting the Northcutt headstones. I was surprised to find one died at the Kentucky Institute for the Feeble-minded Children. To their credit, the family brought him back home for burial. There are many unmarked graves in Frankfort due to families forgetting their relatives.
Added by MAS on Sep 22, 2014 9:07 PM
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