|Jimmy Wallace (#47097284)|
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Please feel free to copy or use any of my photos or information. Sharing is what Ancestry is all about. If we don't share eventually all will be lost.|
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|Jamie "BamaFann"||Minnie V. Warren picture|
I had to delete my memorial for Minnie V. Warren because it was a duplicate and you added a picture for it. The other Minnie Warren didn't have a headstone picture so I saved and added it to that memorial. I just wanted you to know because I didn't want you to think I was taking credit for a picture I didn't take. In the information on the picture I added that you took the picture.
Minnie V. Warren #18508411
|Nancy (Folmar) Reykdal||RE: Lelar Crofford|
Thanks, but I'm not hung up on managing "the most" memorials. If you'd rather not add the info to her bio, then yes, I would appreciate the transfer so I can update it. Otherwise, I'm sure she's safe in your care!
Nancy (Folmar) Reykdal
|Gerald Henning||Joseph Templeton|
I have been told by a family in McMinnville that Mollie Bryant-Templeton-Patterson-Davis 1885-1963, and her son Harold Edwin Templeton 1923-1991, are buried at a Cemetery in Campaign called "On The Hill" in Campaign, Tenn. According to them they are buried beside Mollie's first husband, Joseph Templeton 1879-1929. However I have found Joseph Templeton in Campaign Community Cemetery and he is 1 of only 2 interments there. Can you shed any light on where Mollie and Harold Edwin may be buried? Is there a Cemetery called "On the Hill in Campaign, Tenn"? I can not find one in Find a Grave. These are not my ancestors as I am researching for a good friend. Thank you for any info you can offer. You do a great service to researchers.
|Ryan Cole||Bowman Photo Request|
I have a question concerning your photo requests on Ruth and Ira Bowman. The photo requests are for the Altoona - Walnut Grove Cemetery. I have checked two different surveys, and completed a personal walk through of the cemetery and have been unable to find their graves. Are you sure that they were buried here? I know Head Hunter has added a Alabama, Deaths and Burials Index for Ira Bowman, that index does not mention a burial location. Hoping that we can figure out some concrete evidence if they were buried here.
|lbdismukes||Georgia Lafavre Whiteside Hall|
Georgia's middle name Lafavre. She is my great great grand mother. She also had another son, George Vandiver Hall, buried there at Rabbittown also.
I have a picture of her taken about just before she died. She was little bitty woman.
If you need any additional info, contact me....firstname.lastname@example.org
You'll have more success with transfers if you include your fagrave number. Works for me.
|Candy Hammer Hickman||MARY ANN MCNEW BOWMAN|
Jim I have done the transfer to you as you requested. Candy
|Sarah Stead||RE: Leverett|
no I did not know your cousin. I just took a photo of her tombstone and put a memorial on Find A Grave.
|Judith Nan Lewis||James Wright|
I also transferred his wife and their son to you.
Until Later....God Bless,
Thank you for the wonderful photo's and information you have shared. I wanted to mention that of the interments at White Hall Cemetery Dekalb Ala. Samuel and Sarah Quinn Biddle are the parents of Frances Swader McCormack. Frances Biddle married William McCormack a Civil War Veteran that is also buried at this cemetery. She married J. Swader following the death of William McCormick/McCormack
Thank you again
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