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|Tom Owen||RE: Mary Emma Sluder Lambert|
Thank you for writing. I saw your comments on the photos on my Ancestry tree too.
Who is your friend directly related to? I assume is the Sluder side? that tree is quite large
I don't mind you sharing the pictures; full disclosure though, I got them from my grandmother's cousin Carol Anderson-Larson and her husband Bob. If you would keep mine or their name attached to the pictures, it would be appreciated.
Feel free to email me if you like. I might have some more info for you
Added by Tom Owen on May 17, 2016 6:33 AM
|Joseph Droessler||Transfer Management|
Thank you for creating my father's Wifred "Bill" Droessler memorial 53434703. Could you please transfer management to me, as I am his son. 48936114
Thank you again!
|Alex||Regarding help from Donna Carpenter|
Donna passed away in 2014. I saw you left her a note
Added by Alex on Apr 21, 2016 6:20 AM
|Cemetery Walker||RE: Travis Russell|
Thanks. It was expected for her and luckily me and my son got to see her a few days before she passed. We live in Wyoming and she lived in Utah.
|Cemetery Walker||RE: Travis Russell|
That is alright. I know how you feel. I just lost my mom in September. She was my last parent alive and I still cry when I think of her. There are other people who also post memorials of fallen officers like I do. I don't follow Find A Grave guidelines when transferring memorials. I would rather a family member of the deceased own a memorial I create when I am no relation.
I forgot to add that I love how you have listed your ancestors with the links. That is a great idea.
|Cemetery Walker||Travis Russell|
I am sorry for your loss. I love to honor those who have served to protect our freedoms whether in other countries or in our own. I honor them to honor my uncle who was a Sheriff's deputy in Nevada. Take care and know your family is in my prayers.
|Mark Nystedt||Ann Bradstreet|
Ann Bradstreet, Gov Simon B's second wife, was buried in Salem's Burying Point Cemetery's Ingersoll Tomb, the former Bradstreet Tomb. (Bradstreet's first wife, the poet, was also Ann and was buried in northern Essex County, MA, location unknown.) About 1790, the House of Seven Gables Ingersolls bought the Tomb, cleaned it out including Ann, and buried their family and friends there. See end of my Burying Point Cemetery Point's Horace Ingersoll post, and Robert Rantoul, Simon Bradstreet's Grave in The Salem Press Historical and Genealogical Record, v 2, 1892, pp 83-94, on line.
|Anonymous||memorial # 27116392|
Asking to use you headstone photo of my cousin in my ancestry.com family tree. I would give credit to you for the photo.
Thank you Debbie # 47064450
|Gloria Rodrigues||Ronald C Chaves|
Ronald C Chaves is connected to Alice Chaves and Annie Chaves both buried in Evergreen Cem. in Lompoc, CA. Annie was married to Ernest Chaves and they were the parents of Ronald C Chaves. I don't know who gave the obit info that has Alice Shum as his mother. Alice Chaves nee Todd was married to Johnny L. Chaves buried in same cemetery. Johnny's parents are Bernardino and Emilia Chaves also buried in same cemetery. Bernardino Chaves was married to my 2x great grandmother's sister Margarida Soares de Chaves. They were married in Santo Espirito, Santa Maria Island, Azores. Margarida died in 1914 and Bernardino then married Emilia de Sousa Freitas the same year. They immigrated to California in 1902. We had 2 genealogist do the research on our Chaves family. Also, from researching Ronald C Chaves, the C is for Curtis not Carl.
Hope you don't mind my input.
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