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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 subject to the guidelines of Find-A-Grave
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|Tricia Roberts Griffith||Moore Transfer|
Thank you for the transfer.
|Emily Stokes Rowe||116199402, Joseph H Stokes|
I believe his date of death on the headstone is incorrect as well as where he died. I found a death certificate for him in Indianapolis which gives his date of birth one year earlier. It is also confirmed by the residence given on the death certificate as being Moultrie, Georgia and he is found in the 1900 census with his wife (in Georgia) where it gives his birthdate as August 1858.
He was the son of Lafayette Stokes and Mariah Elizabeth Dillingham through an illegitimate relationship, being born in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky.
The Indiana death certificate lists his burial as Mobile, Alabama, so we know it's the same individual.
I have been researching the offspring of Lafayette as he was the brother of my gr gr grandfather and I am interested in finding other male descendants of their progenitor, Thomas Stokes - my brother being the only known male descendant living.
Anyway, I thought I would provide some information regarding the edits I am going to submit.
Emily Stokes Rowe
|Tricia Roberts Griffith||Find A Grave Memorial# 149167683|
Would you transfer this memorial to me, please. He is my maternal grandfather and there are some errors that need to be corrected. Thank you for your consideration and thank you for all the contributions you have made to Find a Grave.
Tricia Roberts Griffith
|Russell Howell||Sophia Thomas Dases|
There will be a marker as soon as we can arrange one. If I were able, I'd have her moved to be with her Mon and Dad.
|Jane ||RE: Clarence Summerlin|
It was a lovely day at Arlington Cemetery today. I was sorry to see that the temporary marker was still there and not the final headstone. Make another photo request, or contact me in a few months or at the end of the summer(?) , and I can go and see if it is in place and take a new photo for you, or else someone else can. I was able also to photograph his wife's memorial on her Find A Grave page. Feel free to delete any photos that you don't like, or when they are replaced with newer ones once the stone is updated. Best, Jane
Added by Jane on Jun 10, 2016 4:04 PM
|Jerry Crow||RE: Drewry L Curtis|
He is my great uncle named after my great grandfather no one in my family has ever heard of Lanell other then the Drewery Lanell Jr. Tombstone of his son from his second marriage.
Our great Grandfather was Drewry Lamar Curtis Sr. So we are confused. We have a family reunion this weekend and I will be checking this for validation.
|Hinkelsan||RE: Oskar Audorsch|
last Sunday I visited the the Neuer Friedhof in Ulm, Abt 106 Grab 27, to take a picture from the grave of Oscar Audörsch for you.
I found the right place, but unfortunately the grave site does not exist any more. It was removed from the city council one or two years ago. I took a picture from the empty grave site.
Sorry, but maybe you find someone, who took a picture of the grave a few years ago. Bye. Bernd from Germany
Thank you for attempting to fulfill this photo request.
I am skeptical that she is buried there since she died a few years before her husband in N. Alabama and presumably the only reason he is buried there is he died in the Civil War there where he was stationed.
Another descendant also expressed similar concerns.
Added by Briana on Jun 06, 2016 10:42 AM
|Neely's Station||Adelaide Baudin Elley|
Thank you so very much! You always do a phenomenal job!
|Pat Brown Azlin||James Elvis Hampton|
there is a death record for Elvis Hampton in Carroll county for Nov 1911.
someone else put in on ancestory, I had not seen it before.
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