|Alma Darling (#47106545)|
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|Please let me know if you would like for me to transfer a memorial to you. I find it fulfilling when families are together. Thank you to the many volunteers who post pictures, I have been so excited to see pictures and information about ancestors appear on findagrave.com. This is a wonderful, giving community...thanks for volunteering.|
Using the Historic Newspapers on the Library of Congress site, I make memorials and also post obituaries on findagrave.com. Each of these obituaries is before 1922 and is in the public domain. The message by each obituary notes the paper and the date, as suggested in the FAG guidelines.
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|marylin scott||Salt Fork - Krites|
The newspaper obit about Amanda Krites was interesting but I think this lady is Amanda Ritchey Crites 1875-1909. She has a grave stone in Salt Fork cemetery. There is just enough difference in the information that it makes you wonder, and I can't prove anything. We don't have any Krites in the cemetery but we have do have Crites. Just for your information. Marylin Scott
|Mark Kemp||Reuben  Kemp|
You have 2 pix of the same pitcher, could you please delete one. Find A Grave Memorial# 17309604
|JESSE WARD||Memorial# 84604766|
ACCORDING TO ROOTSWEB MARY ALICE PAGE FARIS WAS BORN JUNE 1868, IF YOU MIGHT WANT TO INCLUDE ON YOUR SITE.
|Carole Lee Alexander||Margaret Sarah Hardin Phillips|
Thank you so much for the transfer of Margaret. I have added additional information. Will do the same with her husbnd Thomas. Carole
Thank you for the Dewey Lee transfer. I was trying to find out if Dewey was a nickname for one of the other children when I came across your entry with the news article. I appreciate it!
Added by J.L. on Nov 09, 2013 9:54 AM
|Connie Young Kitchen||Gaunt Family|
Thanks so much for the speedy transfers. I'll take good care of them and get the information completed and linked as I am able.
|Cyndi Saxton Jorae||Pape Transfers|
Thank you for the transfers. I believe I have them all update now. Great job!
I absolutely love hearing genealogy stories! Thank you for sharing that. It touched my heart and put a huge smile on my face!
Added by Tiffany on Aug 20, 2013 2:20 PM
I am adding a photograph of Harry Dozier to his memorial. He was beside Nellie at Greenlawn.
Added by Tiffany on Aug 20, 2013 1:17 PM
|Jill S. (Gasdorf) Topper||Helen (Christy) Harrison was sister of Joan (Christy) Francisco|
How are you connected to Andrew and Joan (Christy) Francisco?
My Harrison family is connected to them. Dominick and Elizabeth (Montgomery) Harrison immigrated from Ireland and settled in Lewisburg, Mason Co., KY, where they farmed and owned a public inn and tavern. Their son Thomas Harrison was my third great grandfather. His siblings were JAMES, Peter, Elizabeth, Nancy and Margaret. (Tom and his parents are buried in Fleming Co., KY. See findagrave memorials.)
James Harrison married HELEN HOUSTON CHRISTY in October 1829, Fleming Co., KY. She was Joan's sister. Helen was born April 6, 1810 in Fleming Co. and died July 6, 1837 in Fleming Co. James died sometime in the 1830s. They left behind one daughter Elizabeth Helen Harrison who married Jacob O. Phister. Their children: James H. (died in childhood), Montgomery, Charles S. and Benjamin. (Jacob and Elizabeth's graves are at Riverside Cemetery in Denver, CO. They have findagrave memorials.)
Joan was Elizabeth's aunt.
Little more: My Thomas Harrison married Martha 'Patsy' Duvall. Their children were Nancy and Jane. Tom died in 1834. Martha remarried. Nancy married William H. Miller. Don't know what happened to Jane.
How are you connected? Thanks.
Jill Topper (email@example.com)
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