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|I got interested in genealogy in the early part of 2008. I got in touch with people who graciously provided me pictures. Knowing how important pictures are I volunteered to be a Find a Grave volunteer. I truly enjoy reading headstones. |
Please contact me if you would like me to transfer a memorial. Whether you are family or friend of the deceased, I'm more than happy to transfer them to you!
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|Jeff||RE: Sponsoring Jasmine|
Added by Jeff on Dec 06, 2014 9:24 AM
|nita stolns||James Edward Hurezeler|
#93359312 Hello Miriam, would you consider transferring the management of James E Hurezeler to me. I am a friend of his sister. My contact on e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org..... Thank you
|Jann||Sam H. Sternberg|
Hi Miriam, I am one of Sam's daughters. I would like to take control of his memorial page. How do we go about doing that? That you for taking the time to post my Dad's info. Jann
Added by Jann on Jul 07, 2014 3:05 PM
|Margaret||Amye L. Cooper #6524109|
Would you add the picture you have on Amye to her husbands memorial. Charles E. Cooper #6524127.
Added by Margaret on Jun 09, 2014 10:51 AM
|Hooked On Family||RE: Jimmy Murphy|
No problem - thanks for the quick fix...I was just doing a lot of entering on that old line & ran onto it. (I really got so far back on them that I also got lost!) Thanks again~ Shirleen
|The Root Digger: Yvette Porter Moore||RE: # 111412771 Irene Munoz|
Thank you so much
|The Root Digger: Yvette Porter Moore||# 111412771 Irene Munoz|
Can you transfer Irene Munoz memorial to me. She is my Aunt. Thank you.
Yvette Porter Moore
Can you please transfer Gill Maertens to me because he was my brother in law at one time
Added by Dennis on Dec 24, 2013 2:28 PM
|Rick Valentine||Sandra Phillips|
Glad I could help. One thing I have found doing Find-A-Grave is that their is a story behind every burial. As you can see I had to dig her marker out, it was completely overgrown. The first time I went to the designated plot I could not find her marker. I went to the office to verify that she was there, the lady searched the records and confirmed her burial and that a flower marker was placed in that plot. So I went back and poked around in the grass with a kitchen knife until I found the the marker, it was under a couple of inches of sod. It could have been easily missed.
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