|Bill Pennington (#46920129)|
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For over 30 years I have been actively recording information from cemeteries in South Central Kansas and Southern Missouri. Part of that information I have added to Find A Grave and I continue to add additional data daily.|
I will add additional information or links as requested to the memorials I have created. Use the "Suggest a Correction" link under the "edit" tab that can be accessed from each memorial. If you post corrections as a message on my profile page they will be deleted and the memorials will not be updated.
I will add obituaries to memorials only if the individual requesting the addition is a family member OR if the death of the memorialized individual occurred over 10 years ago.
If you want to request a transfer of a family member, please read the following:
Please contact me via the "Suggest a Correction" link under the "edit" tab on the memorial in question with your request to have the memorial transferred to you. Also include in your request your unique Contributor ID # which is displayed to the right of your member name on your profile page. If you post a transfer request as a message on my profile page or email it to me the request will be deleted and not done.
Find A Grave suggests that transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations, this would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents. Please note, this does not include aunts, uncles and cousins.
For ALL transfer requests you must provide your relationship to the individual you are requesting. If you do not, the request will be deleted.
If your request does not fall within the Find A Grave guidelines for transfers, and I choose not to transfer, please do not continue to ask multiple times. I do not respond to requests for transfers.
|Messages left for Bill Pennington (1361)||[Leave Message]|
|roman gasser||Oliver Tussey|
Thanks so much for the photo for Oliver Tussey's headstone. You certainly were quick about it!! I truly appreciate your help with this.
Thanks again for your quick response!
|pure grace||RE: Larry Neff|
This was your message to me on Jan 24: An additional photo and the biographical information have been added to Larry Neff's memorial. My reply: Early that morning, out of the blue I thought I would take a look at Larry's memorial page. Nothing had changed. I was accepting how things were. Imagine my surprise when later your above message had been posted. I thought, a photo ? ? Quickly went to his page. Bill, the up close photo you took and posted of the 'red biplane' from the bench, is so clear like glass, it's beautiful and completely straight. I'm in Aw. Thank you for time and everything.
For the love of this grieving family,
Take good care,
⊹ I want no glory ⊹
|Gary & Linda Albrecht Maret||john wright|
Bill, Thanks for getting the picture for John. You are quick. I joked with my husband yesterday when I requested this that Bill would get it done for us. Love that you do these for us. My dad, Delmar Albrecht, is buried at White Chapel but being in California makes it hard to get there. Have a great day. Linda Albrecht Maret
Thanks for the transfer, and for researching and adding additional info. Much appreciated! -- Linda
Added by LDR on Jan 15, 2015 10:59 AM
|George Robbins II||Ira Ballard Transfer|
Bill, thanks for making the transfer.
|pure grace||Larry Neff and His Father|
Thank you for linking them so quickly.
|RMW||Henry and Theodora Stump|
Thanks for making the edits for Henry and Theodora Stump.
Added by RMW on Jan 03, 2015 10:48 PM
|Sarah Mikkelsen Carson||Robert Dell Patterson, Amanda M. Burdette Patterson, and Robert Clay Patterson|
Thank you for making the edits.
|J&D Peterson||Sherman edits Maple Grove|
Thank you for processing these edits so quickly. It's so good to have edits processed while the information is still fresh. I appreciate your Find A Grave work.
|Don Blauvelt||McAllister Family, Wichita|
This morning I could swear that none of the memorials you maintain regarding a McAllister line at greater Wichita were "populated" with full vitals. I go on errands and view microfilm of the Londonderry, NH West Parish Church records regarding the immigrant McAllister ancestor, come back and have messages from those looking for links.
I must have sufficiently stirred the pot this A.M., or everyone by pure coincidence was on the same page at the same time. Thanks for the material and whatever else you may add. Kansas' vital and related records privacy laws make genealogy research difficult.
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