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I've been researching my family history for over thirty years, inspired by the stories and tidbits that my Grandmother could relate for hours on end. I was especially happy to be able to verify most of her stories in the written and published records. I have also done research on my wife's lines and was amazed to find that my 15-Greats Grandfather and her 16-Greats Grandfather were one in the same which makes us 16th Cousins, once removed.|
I will be happy to transfer a memorial I manage, subject to the guidelines of Find-A-Grave.
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I updated the page for Libbie C Pearce. Thank you for the transfer!
|Lisa Enochs Davison||Clara Walker|
Thank you very much for the transfer of my great grandmother.
|Christie Bransford Wyman||RE: Margaret Tadlock|
Thanx for posting the picture of the Bodden resting place. Sad that there's nothing to be seen but those are the breaks!
Added by Adrienne on Mar 27, 2014 1:10 AM
|Lisa Enochs Davison||P Gulielmus Power|
Because the second date on YOUR photo says July 22, 1873, where did you get the date of March 28, 1934?
|Richard Parker||RE: Silvestro Festorazzi|
I'm leaving my cenotaph on Find A Grave. I'm doing this so someone else won't come behind me do another memorial who dosen't have the information as we do.
I also suggest you leave your nice tombstone photos on the memorial so researchers can see what the cenotapha memorial looks like.
Thanks for your help.
|Ruby Mordecai||RE: Elizabeth Broun|
Thank you very much for the photo of Elizabeth's burial area location. I have discovered that several people in her family have no marker and that is really sad.
I appreciate your thoughtful and kind response to my request.
|Richard Parker||RE: Capt S. Festorazzi|
Thanks for all your help. I may have found Festorazzi's burial place. There only eight Festorazzies listed on Find-A-Grave. I found one that started with the letter "S.". A Silvestro Festorazzi burial in the Catholic Cemetery in Mobile. There were some information in his bio but none of it states if he was a Civil Veteran. He would have been in his early to mid 40's at the time of the war.
When you have the time, please take a look and give me you thoughts.
|Amelia Walley||RE: Cahall & Simmons photos|
Thank you anyway!
|Jan A. Constantine||Henry George Constantine|
My grandfather was married 3 times.
1) Francis Augusta Bonifay
2) Elma Thames Lind
3) Mary Alice McCaffery
My great aunt Peggy lived in California and married twice.
1) Carl Seager
2) ? Burkhart
Both my grandfather and my great aunt Peggy were divorced and not remarried at the time of their deaths. Therefore, they were buried in the plot that their parents had bought when Claude was killed.
Also buried in this plot at Magnolia Cemetery is a stillborn grandchild of Herman D. Constantine Jr.
J. A. Constantine
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