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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
From the Find-A-Grave faq:
Transfer requests will be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
Simply having someone in your family tree is not grounds for a management transfer request.
Any non-direct relatives (aunts, uncles, cousins, etc) are not required to be transferred.
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|jane Mangum||RE: John Innerarity|
Thanks for the feedback and photo. Jane
|djyancey||RE: Columbus Yancy|
would be happy to recieve as a transfer
Added by djyancey on Apr 26, 2015 3:50 PM
|Sister S||RE: Philemon and Nora Jones|
Your fun is other's gain. You helped me by posting that because Filmore's name is spelled different from the version I was searching for and I couldn't find anything on his death so you really helped in more ways than one.
Added by Sister S on Apr 26, 2015 9:11 AM
Thank you very much for the transfer. I appreciate it.
|Kay||M. A. Taylor grave|
Thank you for the photo of M. A. Taylor's grave. I appreciate all your time and effort!
Added by Kay on Apr 16, 2015 4:20 PM
|Gwen||Isaac W. Purnell|
Thank you for sending me the note. I corrected Isaac's last name and linked him to Elizabeth. I also added additional information from the census data I could find. They had no children but the did rear their little niece who would provide Elizabeth with a home after Isaac died. Maybe some family member will eventually find this couple. Isaac was a carpenter.
Added by Gwen on Apr 15, 2015 6:45 PM
|Anonymous||Charles C. Murdock|
b 1849 d 8 Oct 1900 buried Gibson County Farm,
New Hope cemetery. I have been unable to verify his burial place. Do you have verification? and is the cemetery at New Hope? Thank you. Pat
|Tina Simmons Cantrell||Tom K. House - Pettus Cemetery|
I got your request to move Tom K. House to the Pettus Family Cemetery instead of Pettus Cemetery. There seems to be some confusion about this cemetery which I believe are the same. I went there for a photo request and found the cemetery in terrible disrepair with broken tombstones. I was able to take a picture of Tom K. House's tombstone, and I posted it in the cemetery where the photo request came from.
I don't know what your relation is to Tom K. House or if there were always two Pettus Cemeteries listed. I checked with a major cemetery in Dyersburg, TN before I went there and also researched it online. None of us could find but one Pettus Cemetery in this area.
If you feel this is in error, you should probably contact find-a-grave and let them combine these cemeteries.
If you can provide some proof that this tombstone is logged in the wrong cemetery, please let me know through my private email. I only do this work to help the family members.
Thank you for your input - Tina Simmons Cantrell
|Gloria Tune||Nannie E. Hicks Williams|
Just wanted to thank you for accepting the editing for her memorial. Trying to connect this line of my Chiles family together & was happy to see you'd added her memorial.
|Cathi Gilbert||RE: Frank C Gilbert|
Thanks for listing his grave. I live in Arizona, and couldn't get to his funeral, so had no idea exactly where he was buried. It means a lot.
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