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Cynthia Krueger (#46919472)
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RE: Vernon Wright Jr.
Hi Cynthia!

Yes, by all means, indeed you may! If you would rather do it privately, instead of on the Find A Grave site, my email is: . I would love to try to help!

Added by TRISH on Apr 01, 2014 4:43 PM
RE: Vernon Wright Jr.
Hi Cynthia!

Thanks so much for understanding!

I've been doing genealogy for over 45 years, before it was the "IN" hobby!

And I live here in Juneau County, WI.....halfway between the towns of Lyndon Station and Mauston, about 7 miles away from the Lyndon Cemetery. So if there is ever anything I can help you with here in my neck of the woods, just give a holler! I'd be honored to help any way I can!


Added by TRISH on Apr 01, 2014 2:00 PM
RE: Melvin Jorstad
No need to transfer. I'm just adding photos and links at Kenyon Cemetery.
Added by DaveVang on Mar 18, 2014 2:09 PM
Nancy Weise
Charlie Zappa
Please link to his first wife 122249959 in St Anthony, Barron CO.,WI.
Added by Nancy Weise on Mar 02, 2014 2:29 PM
Susan Kelly
RE: Oakley Find-A-Grave Edit
1895 is the correct date. I don't need a transfer as she is a distant relative of my husband's uncle. I just thought that since I had the info you could complete it.

Sue Kelly
Added by Susan Kelly on Feb 25, 2014 6:59 AM
Tim & Grace
New edit function

Hi Cynthia,

Thank you for making the family links that I sent to you via [Suggest A Correction] yesterday. It will be nice when they add that to the new edit functions.

Have you used the new edit function yet. I sent a few to you yesterday to update the names and dates of the people that I had you link to their parents... but they haven't gone through yet.

I just discovered that I had 32 edits that I had received over the past month that I didn't know about. You don't receive email notifications for them.

You have to be logged in to findagrave on on your homepage here (where you are reading this message) and you should see and [Edits] tab at the top right next to [Contributor Tools] and [Edit My Profile]. You probably have pending edits shown in parentheses on the Edit tab.

You can Accept, Decline or Ignore the suggested edits sent to you. It took me a while to figure it out... but if aren't sure whether to accept or decline an edit, you should click on Ignore to SKIP it for the time being because once you click on process edits at the bottom, it will either accept or decline... whichever is selected in the box at the right. The default is "Accept"... so make sure you select the one you want. Not the end of the world if you make the wrong choice because you can always re-edit manually... it is still your memorial. It will process the edits and remove them from the list... except for the Ignores, which remain for you to decide later.

Sincerely, Tim Cooper
Sidney, Maine 04330

Live Long and Prosper \V/,
Added by Tim & Grace on Jan 28, 2014 7:09 AM
Dale & Corinne Wise
Osborne Memorial done thank you Dale Wise
Added by Dale & Corinne Wise on Jan 12, 2014 5:00 AM
Chris H
RE: J A Johnston
Thank you for the additional information from the RAoGK. I truly appreciate the time you've spent.
Added by Chris H on Dec 27, 2013 10:10 PM
Reid Transfer
Thank you very much for the transfer of my Gr+ Uncle. I appreciate it!
Added by Connie on Nov 15, 2013 7:39 PM
Bamby Beaumont
RE: Heio Janssen
Hi, for some reason computer would not let me read your message yesterday. Yes, I see that the ones in the plot are on findagrave. Don't think they were before(or the last time I was on it) but then I could have been doing some other branch. I've left the Beaumonts until last since I expected them to be the easiest since I knew more of them, etc. Happy to have contacted you as well. I'm busy trying to piece together the stories of how different families got where they did and find it endlessly fascinating. Don't think I'll claim H.J. Sounds totally despicable. George's mother was at the center of a really amazing story. She was at the so-
called Morrisite War if you know anything about that although she was tiny when it took place. B
Added by Bamby Beaumont on Nov 02, 2013 2:14 PM
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