|Steve Harrison (#46893586)|
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I have been doing family history research since about 1971. Although I have worked on all my lines, I have especially focused on the extended Harlan family who were members of the Harlan Party that traveled to California by wagon in 1846. My "family" database is available for free through the World Connect Project at www.rootsweb.com.|
I believe that Find-A-Grave is a wonderful collaborative tool to share and improve family history information. Therefore, I am happy to consider requests for the transfer of memorials I have added.
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|Tim Adams||RE: Emsley|
Thank you Steve for the transfer of my wife's ancestors records and your wonderful support to Find a Grave.
Tim and Glenda Lamb-Adams
|Rita Wehunt-Black||Thank You So Much|
I can't thank you enough for the speedy transfer of the memorial for my first cousin, Stowe Wehunt, in Henderson County, North Carolina.
Thank you for creating his memorial, and for all that you continue to do.
|William Sharp||Re. Memorial No.76523549|
I found on the Nevada Marriage Index 1951-2005 a Marian E. Garbrecht (Vester) m. James E Dixon 10 Feb 1961. California Divorce Index 1966-1984 shows that Jack E. Gibson divorced Marian E. Vester on Sep 1976.
This is a reply to your note on the Jack E Gibson memorial.
You are most welcome. It was my pleasure.
Added by Joy on Apr 13, 2015 4:08 PM
|Joanna Cayford||cemetery cross-reference - Big Valley|
I don't know how Find a Grave identifies cemeteries that have used more than one name. Big Valley Cemetery was also known as Valley Bethel Cemetery, and some of the graves were recorded under that name in printed materials. Currently there are two records in this database for that cemetery, based on publications.
Can you help create a cross-reference for Valley Bethel to Big Valley, or pass this on to someone who can? Thank you.
No problem at all. I am happy to help out.
|Sherry McRight Gorman||Gormans|
Your name was given to me by B. Pierson as looking for Gormans. My husband is a Gorman and Ive done lots of research on his line.
My first question has to be, are your Gormans Irish or German? My line came from County Limerick, Ireland about 1840s-1850s. The line was John and Catherine Bridgeman and they came to America with several sons. They are typical Irish Catholic names, James, John, Patrick. William.
They were in New York with some in Pensylvania and finally Missouri. Some eventually went to Colorado.
Im not aware of any in other places but its probable. If any of this sounds familar or you are interested, let me know.
Sherry McRight Gorman
|B. Pierson||RE: Perrich|
Would you like me to make up the memorials and then transfer or send you info to make memorials yourself. Bobby
Steve. I have 5 Gormans here. They are in this order. 1 to 5. Albert, Mary Alice Gorman, Edith E, Ernest G, and Edith C, Any interest to you this Mary Alice Gorman? I await your response. Bobby
Steve, there is an Elizabeth Helen Perrich with the two requests of Edith and Joseph here at Montecito. If it's an interest to you. I will go ahead and take the photo. I await your response. Bobby
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