|TS Lundberg (Sternburg) (#46889000)|
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|Eva Myer||Avis Ruddick|
Thank you for your many valuable contributions. I have just discovered this memorial you made for Avis (Elliott) Ruddick in Liberty Cemetery, Garfield, Benton Co. AR. Do you have any further info on her relationship to the Elliott family in Ray Co. MO? I have been told her sister, Julia, was a survivor of the Trail of Tears, so there must be a Cherokee connection. I would love to discover what that is. Avis' brother, Robert A. Elliott in Washington Co. (next to Benton Co.) was my gr-grandfather. Thanks a lot. Eva Walker Myer -- email@example.com
Added by Eva Myer on Sep 26, 2016 10:20 PM
|George Paul Farris||MAJ John 'David' MEFFORD: FAG Memorial# 54790521|
At the outset I wish to thank you for your numerous contributions in preserving history. Thank you for your time and devotion.
This evening I will send a series of edits for my cousin MAJ John 'David' MEFFORD (1802-1862), for whom you created a wonderful and informative memorial.
Please feel free to enter into a dialogue over the new dates and conclusions.
|Rich Lowe||Photo Permission Request|
Thanks for being a volunteer! May I have permission to use the photo of Elizabeth Osborn # 65737560 with credit given to you as the source? Thanks in advance for your consideration.
|Sandra Scott||Tahlequah Cemetery|
I wonder if I might have permission to use your photo of the Tahlequah Cemetery for my family website. Please see http://beach-mcininch.com/beach/beach-cemeteries.php to see how I use these photos. I will give credit to you for the photo.
|Jenn and Jade||RE: Mrs. Whitehead|
Boredom? What is that? Haha! ;)
We would LOVE to help with the gravestone project. We have both been super bummed because we haven't been able to go walk and photograph cemeteries because of the heat so we have been kicking our obituary transcription into hyper-drive.
Our email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Just let us know what to do and we will do it! I do manage a hotel and work quite a bit but Jade is usually here if she isn't out playing Pokemon GO with her buddies. We would LOVE to help!
-Jenn and Jade
|Barbara ||RE: Permission Request|
Thank you so much. I will gladly give credit as requested. And thanks for such a quick reply!
Added by Barbara on Jul 24, 2016 3:49 PM
|Barbara ||Permission Request|
I am writing a book on the history of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Oklahoma to support our new state regent's educational project. I would like permission to use the image of the DAR marker on the gravestone of Kate A. L. C. Duncan, wife of Walter A. Duncan, who died in 1930 and is buried in the Park Hill Cemetery. She was the first Indian Territory State Regent. Thank you very much.
Barbara McClanahan, EdD
Added by Barbara on Jul 24, 2016 3:01 PM
|Julie Gyll...Kin...Doy||Sara Arnel Autry Richardson|
Thank you so much for your kindness in transferring my great great grandmother's memorial to me. Earlier in the day I connected her parents to her and sent you the information. It was a sweet surprise to get the email and see that you have transferred Sara Arnel Autry Richardson's memorial to me.
God Bless You!!
|Katy Rowley||RE: Looking for John Ellis|
RE: Ellis monument at Oakwood Cemetery in Parsons, Kansas.
Thank you for getting back to me. Sorry I was unclear.
It is helpful that you photographed all 4 sides and only three people are recorded on it.
I found a brother of the Ellis's in the Parsons Daily Sun that died in his room he rented over the Billiard Hall in Parsons, his name is John Ellis. His sister, Mary, is one of the people on the monument. I would have thought she would have interred John along with the rest of the family. Thanks to your quick reply I now know that is not the case.
Even though I was confusing you did answer my question and I thank you for that. Katy Rowley
|Katy Rowley||Looking for John Ellis|
In Oakwood Cemetery there is a large Ellis monument that includes J. M. Ellis, Howard Ellis, Mary Ellis. I think it also includes John E. Ellis who passed away in Parsons, Kansas, in 1911. His death is recorded 10 April 1911, in the Parsons Daily Sun for that day. Everyone by John has a Find A Grave memorial and photo of their side of the monument.
John is the son of J.M., brother to Howard and Mary Ellis.
My question is: How can I get a photo of his headstone place? I live too far away to photograph this myself. I so appreciate your doing this work and hope you can help me.
Katy Rowley; email@example.com
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