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|After extensive research for 30 years, I am still searching for answers to questions about my ancestors. My families are Hendrix/Hendricks,Johnson, Edge, McCulloch, Hill, Kitchens, Neal, Roper, Rosser, Posey, Box, Reynolds, Terry, McBride, Linton, Owen, Graham, Holland, McCrary.If I have put info on some of our common ancestors and you want to add more info, let me know because sharing helps all of us.|
Find A Grave transferred about 9,000 memorials to me that MULDER had entered. I will be glad to transfer any of those memorials to someone with info to add.
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|Charles Moore||Robert White Lang|
In reference to the CSA Flag tribute that you left at the site of Robert White Lang, memorial # 38898451, Robert White Lang fought with the 12th Tennessee Cavalry, USA not CSA.(Source National Park Service, Soldier Sailor Database) Though the flag tribute has the best intentions, it is misplaced.
This was a very divided family during the war. Robert White Lang's own father, Joseph C. Lang, and his uncle, Henry Wade Lang (also my ggg-grandfather), in contrast fought with Co. K, 9th Alabama Infantry. His father died at Salem Church, VA, in 1863. Henry Wade Lang was one of the few of the 9th Alabama paroled at Appomattox. Another uncle, Robert Stephen Lang, died at Shiloh, with the 49th Alabama Infantry, Co E. Two cousins also enlisted with a Union unit, the First Alabama Cavalry, USA. Those two cousins had a brother who fought with the 49th Alabama Infantry. A very divided family.
|Rick Longstreth||Thank You|
I just wanted to take a second and say thank you ever so much for the transfer of my great-grandparents, Frederick & Elizabeth King! Thank you too for all the work and effort that you have contributed to Find A Grave. You are helping MANY MANY people connect with their ancestors!
|Tim Heath||Memorial Transfer|
Hello FHTerry; would you be so kind and transfer to me the memorial of Queen Beulah (Heath) Dietz, Find A Grave # 69821620. She is my grand aunt.
I thank you in advance, Tim Heath, Find A Grave # 47409263
|Alisha washington||Markeith Matthew Hapmton|
Hey my name is Alisha Washington and i was wondering if you knew my uncle, I seen the flowers you sent him did you know him or something
|Sheryl||Lena Gardner Memorial|
Thank you for transferring Lena Gardner's memorial to me. I greatly appreciate it.
Added by Sheryl on Apr 10, 2016 7:02 PM
|Donna K||Woolf #16199843|
Thank you for the transfer. Some edits have already been made.
Added by Donna K on Apr 10, 2016 11:59 AM
|Allecia Mullins||WM and Lunnie McClain|
My name is Allecia McClain Mullins. William M and Lunnie McClain are my grandparents. I would appreciate it if you might transfer them to me. I would love to maintain their memorials.
|Linda Dinkel||Memorial# 41211265|
I sent you the wrong memorial number. The correct number is for William Hendrix Memorial# 41211265 (Not Hillary Hendrix). He's the one(a twin) who didn't die young. Please revisit my comment. It would be appreciated.
Ref: William Hendrix
After a thorough search to verify this individual there is much proof he did not die as a young child. He is an uncle in our family tree.
Please review US Census, August 1,1870 (near bottom of page)for Sanfords District (near Dawsonville), Dawson County, Georgia. William is listed (#31) with his wife, Amanda, and their children. William's father, Luke, is shown at the top of the page (#6).
Please make this correction in his Bio information so the family will know of his legacy.
|Barbara Dines Hoffman||13897711|
Please remove this Emma Allred from being the spouse of Otto Mittelstadt
These are my great uncle and aunt.
I have submitted the correct Emma Mittelstadt as spouse of Otto.
They never lived in Alabama and the two tombstones are identical as you can see if you look up Emma in this cemetery.
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