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Simply enjoy genealogy and preserving history.|
I make mistakes if you tell me, I will fix them.
If they are family, I will gladly transfer.
My aim is to honor the past. Items added to biographies are typically information I receive via email from unknown contributors and post to memorial. I do NOT fact check so take it for what it's worth...further research.
THE STORY TELLERS by unknown
We are the chosen. My feelings are, in each family, there is one who seems
called to find the ancestors. To put flesh on their bones and make them live
again, to tell the family story and to feel that somehow they know and
approve. To me, doing genealogy is not a cold gathering of facts but,
instead, breathing life into all those who have gone before. We are the
storytellers of the tribe. All tribes have one.
We have been called, as it were, by our genes. Those who have gone before
cry out to us: Tell our story.
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|maureen blackburn||Seaborn Aldo Weatherby|
Carol-Thank you so very much for researching this. You came up with more information than I would have ever dreamed. Now I am baffled by the other name on the Census, but at least anyone looking at his Memorial can associate him with the correct Family connections. Thank you,Thank you, Thank You
|maureen blackburn||Seaborn Aldo Weatherby FAG#35910128|
Carol - I have been making inquiries to different sources about the above and hopefully am not repeating to you. I think this is my Gr Gr Great Grandfather and may go ahead and link memorials as such, but would like input on doing that. What is so confusing is that the actual headstone shows born in 1862. If you look at the Web page The USGenWebProject/Upshur County Tx Gen Web Project you will see the confusion when reading the bio. I think his headstone was engraved with his date of joining the Confederacy not his birthdate, if he is one and same as Seaborn Aldo Weatherby born 1835. Please take a look at the picture connected to the Memorial. I would appreciate your time (and I know it takes a lot) in looking at this.
|Backward Glance||Big thank you on transfers|
I appreciate the quick transfers of William Carroll A. J. Hill and wife, Amelia Williams Hill, my great-grandparents. I also appreciate the work you put into them..
|Twylla Turner Teer||Evergreen Cemtery|
Thanks for the transfer of John and Mary Kennedy.
I appreciate all you do on the findagrave site.
|maureen blackburn||FAG# 35507131 Anthony Dacus|
Going by family information and dates, this is same person as Thomas Anthony "Tommy" Dacus. Could his Memorial be changed to reflect that name for anyone trying to locate him. I have already requested links for parents,etc. Your help is appreciated.
Maureen (Dacus) Blackburn
|Vanessa ||John Lea Roberts FG#26033148|
I have found his death notice in the Brenham Newspaper and have added it as a note. You may want to add his death date now at the top.
Added by Vanessa on Feb 24, 2015 2:50 PM
|Ties That Bind||Fakes family|
Thank you so much for the transfers. I appreciate your willingness to share the memorials!
|Medlock||Hoyt Willis Medlock|
Would you be so kind as to transfer my uncle Hoyt to me please, thanks so much.
Added by Medlock on Feb 18, 2015 9:09 AM
|Margaret C Cowles||Allegany Cemetery, NY|
Thanks for your quick editing. It's wonderful for me not to have remind "gravers" to help me help others.
Please keep up the good and quick editing and all the rest you do to help the rest of us.
|Donald Carl Barker||Transfer request|
Could you transfer Enoch Broadhead (Find A Grave Memorial# 69647117) to my account (#47578342) as this person is my great uncle?
Thanks for your work.
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