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|I LOVE GENEALOGY!!!!! If I have entered any information to find a grave, you can use it any way you like to without my permission or giving me credit. I'm not doing this for the glory. I sometime add death certificates that I find because they hold a lot of info for people reseaching their ancestors.|
It is my hope that it will help you find your ancestors. I will transfer a memorial if you send me a request. That way maybe you can add more information. Glenda
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|K Lindley||Memorial #84123252|
Hello. Do you have any idea where you got the middle name for John L. Patterson's memorial? The middle name Lloyd makes some sense, because that was his grandmother's maiden name. However, I have just found the WWI Draft Registration for John's son Herbert O, in which he has given his father's middle name as Lincoln. These are the only records that I have found with the middle name, versus initial, and I wonder which is correct. Thus, my question to you. You added the memorial 5 years ago, so I hope you'll know how you obtained the name. :)
|Gene Wilt||Mary D "Mamie" Radcliff Retallic|
Suggested corrections have been made.
You have my permission to use the photos for personal use.
Thanks for the information.
Washington Court House
Fayette County, Ohio 43160
|Lynn Newell||Sutton family|
I have information regarding the family of George Iva/Ivy Sutton and his wife Minnie Katherine Pelican if you are interested. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you
We posted every picture however we were not satisfied with completing the task there at old Barry. the tombstones were so out of line we were completely confused as to what we photographed. We decided our time would be best spent on other Cemeteries. we spent about 7 days working there.
I walked through old Barry about a year ago and found the old Barry in even worse shape.
The new cemetery has received the money.
Added by R&C on Oct 08, 2016 7:03 AM
|Richard Jones ||margarette clendennen German|
I am researching Margarette Clendennen German, born 1823 and died 1887. Her maiden name was clendenen. I am researching her in reference to my Great Great Grandfather William Jones 1820 to 1906. He is buried in Sefton, Fayette county Illinois. We know very little of his history prior to coming to Illinois from Indiana in 1853. and nothing prior to 1840 when he settled in bartholowmew County Indiana. the only thing we know from his early days is that he had a half sister by the name of Elizabeth Clendenen Spruill. In Elizabeth's will she mentions two other half sisters Mary Smith and Margarette Clendennen. There is a definite connection between William Jones, Elizabeth "Clendenen" Spruill and Margarette "Clendenen" Spruill. I just cannot find it. I was wondering if you could shed some light on it. Your name is on findagrave as the source connecting the three.
|Bill Krebs||Henry Frederick Hulse|
I came across your memorial for Henry Frederick "Fred" Hulse. Are you related to Fred?
I have transferred the wife of your cousin, Wilma Taylor, to your care.
Added by OkieBran on May 16, 2016 4:42 PM
|Lisa||RE: Lena Garrison|
My pleasure! If there are any others that you want, just let me know. Lisa
Added by Lisa on Apr 09, 2016 10:20 AM
Would you like a transfer? Lisa
Added by Lisa on Apr 09, 2016 9:35 AM
Thank you for the Robert Johnson transfer.
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