|Candyce Hardin Williams Glaser (#47088625)|
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I am relatively new to genealogy, having only been doing research for the past year. With that said, several of my family lines have been well documented and many of my childhood memories involve listening to stories related to our families history. |
I work as a researcher and consultant in the field of education. I have taught in public schools in Tennessee and Georgia and have done research and taught at Vanderbilt University. I co- own Integrity Research and Consulting and love the work that I do. Needless to say, as a researcher I am use to spending hours working on solutions to various problems--both professional and those related to genealogy. Still, I am new at genealogy and feel blessed to have resources such as Find-a-Grave to help me.
To date, my contributions to Find-a-Grave have been limited; however, I hope to do more in the future.
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|nk||RE: Amato graves|
Added by nk on Feb 01, 2016 7:57 AM
|Rob Bennett||RE: Mary Sue Bennett|
Yes of course. Just let me know what you need and I'd be glad to help.
|Sherrie Davids||RE: Ida Powell Pitt|
It has already been transferred to me. I edited the name to include her maiden name so that may be why you didn't find it. Thank you!
|David Lyle||RE: Mulkey headstones|
That would be fine. I'm happy to help.
|Rick Lambert||RE: George Blankenship|
I don't manage the memorial of George Blankenship.
|sjs953||RE: Kay & Harriet Cason|
They have been transferred.
Added by sjs953 on Jul 25, 2015 10:05 AM
|D & N Kirk||James McGavock 42634162|
James McGavock, my second gt.grandfather, we have extensive info on him, have an original letter he wrote to his father and other letters of his. Have been to the cem. many years ago and have better photos. Please transfer to me. You can click on his father and grandfather and see the bios I have written on them. Thanks Don G. Kirk
|John T. Howren||William Houren|
My name is Fr. John Howren. I am a descendant of Michael George Houren - a brother to your William Houren in “Find-a-Grave.” I can’t tell you how much I appreciate the information you have about him on that page; it really help to put some missing pieces together regarding the Houren family and their ventures to Nebraska from Chicago - and them some making their way back to Illinois and others heading out to California.
I am currently working on his brand of the tree with his children from the first marriage to Elizabeth Phelan. In so doing, I was wondering…
In all the information I have about William I consistently see that his middle name was Henry (that on Census records, etc., his middle initial is H). In addition, his first born son is William Henry Houren, Jr.
And so with the middle name shown as “Francis” on Finda-a-Grave, I can’t help but wonder if there was some confusion with his brother Thomas Francis Houren (with whom William worked in both Chicago and in Nebraska and who also made his own way out to California) I kind of doubt their parents would have given both sons the same middle name.
I just thought I’d pass that on to you for your consideration.
Again, thank you for your work (and the marvelous pictures! My goodness!) of William and his 2nd wife Alice and her children.
|D & N Kirk||Transfer of memorial|
We will make a second request for transfer. We have a lot of family information for a bio. There were stories told by his father also have some old letters. We do not leave bios on other managers sites. We loose control of them and may need to make corrections or additions. Alternative, we will have to put it on his sons or his fathers site both of which we manage. Thanks for your consideration.
|Christine E Ivey||Sarah Davis Alsup #40485833|
I believe this to be the same Sarah Davis Alsup at Find A Grave #84944826 with a picture of her grave marker. I also believe her husband Anderson Alsup to be buried in the same cemetary with the grave marker pictured at Find A Grave #84944784.
You may want to have them merged or have their children transferred to the memorial pages showing their stones.
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