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The Key To Any Puzzle Is Laying Down The First Piece...... ~Lorie|
That is my philosophy when it comes to my FAG contributions.
In my travels, I have seen many different methods, processes and preferences among the FAG members and everyone is entitled to the way they do things - as long as it is historically sound. I am a 30 year data integrity nut and also a family history freak. Find a Grave is my NIRVANA!!!
Personally, I love data mining and enjoy scouring large (I mean LARGE) lists of cemetery & burial records, scouring and scrubbing, and then posting. I have a low tolerance for onesy-twosy memorial creations simply because there are so many of them out there and I ain't gettin' any younger.
Like so many other folks, I came to FAG looking for my family members and thanx to the generosity of others, I was able to locate alot of family. That is where my philosophy and my methods come from when I create memorials. If I can give someone at least a starting point on their family, then I have done good. To those folks who dig and dig to find every tidbit of information – I applaud you for it – that's just not my cup of tea.
So, remember, everyone has their own way of contributing to this great site and should never be made to feel inferior because they don't do it the same way you do. As long as it's right –
If you have a correction or find a duplicate, let me know(and please be patient for results).
If you want to "own" it, just ask (include all numbers)
And if you think that I haven't added enough information – byte me
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|Deborah Owens-Smith||J H Mendenhall Buried Bigbee Cemetery|
- Obituary -
Honey Grove Signal, August 10, 1894
Last Thursday evening during the terrible thunder storm Mr. James Mendenhall, a farmer living near Monkstown was struck and instantly killed by lightning. We failed to learn particulars further than that the gentleman was returning from Honey Grove with a load of lumber, and was overtaken by the storm. A few miles from home the electric current struck him while he was standing on the load of lumber, killing him instantly and setting his clothes on fire.
TXFannin GenWeb #: 016010
Deborah (Owens) Smith
|Deborah Owens-Smith||Robert Owens in Bigbee Cemetery|
Per my family research Robert is the son of Eligah Owens (49064513) and Martha Owens (49064500). They had seven sons: William (buried in Bigbee) Willis, Henry, Samuel A (buried in Bigbee), John (buried in Bigbee) Robert (buried in Bigbee) and Milton.
|Bartlett, Taft, Potter Decendant||Thank you!!!!|
Wow, Thank you for your amazing contributions! You ARE appreciated!
|Laurie||Thanks for the laugh|
Love your attitude about Find A Grave and entry. I will research my family. It is confusing enough. I take pictures for others. Go in and add dates for myself and other memorial creators. I do not want to mess up someone's memorial because I think I understand.
Your bio summed it up for me.
Added by Laurie on Aug 10, 2015 10:41 PM
|roxane||Burial Site for Catherine Frances Hanson|
Hello, I am so impressed by your dedication to preserving records and helping people find their family members. I was looking for information about a woman named Catherine Frances Hanson, born in Washington about 1920 and married to my great-uncle, William Amos in 1939 (he passed in 1944 at age 22). I'm not related to her, but while trying to fill out my family record wondered about her life after the tragedy of losing her husband so young. My search showed the Catherine Hanson burial you listed on Find A Grave. Unfortunately there are no dates listed for birth or death. Is there a way to find out what the dates are? Thanks for your help, Roxane Stafford
Added by roxane on Jul 29, 2015 10:04 PM
|LEMendy||Samuel A Owens|
Your entry # 37549150 seems to be the same as entry # 98031679. Can these be merged?
Added by LEMendy on Jul 21, 2015 9:09 AM
|Barbara Gray||RE: George Gray, 1855-1878, Black Rock, AR|
Thank you for replying to our request for information about George Gray. Since contacting you, our search has taken us in a little different direction. We were looking for a P. George Gray, and now have conflicting data suggesting his first and second initials were P.P., based on his marriage certificate. His mother lived in Black Rock at the time of her death in 1910, and we thought she was buried there. But not so. She was buried in the Masonic Cemetery in Pocahontas. In her family plot, there are several illegible markers, so we are having to wonder if those might be her missing husband, R M Gray, and son, P P Gray. The Masonic Cemetery contact said their records prior to 1900 are lost, so we can only wonder now. Again, what you are doing is such a tremendous service to families trying to understand their heritage. Thank you again!
|Daniel Klinglesmith III||birth dates for Ernest and Hazel Larsh|
I believe that the birthdays for Ernest and Hazel Larsh in Ressurection Cemetery, Affton, MO are 1896 for Ernest and 15 Aug 1905.
I can send a chart if you want it.
|Edward L Pike||Your philosophy|
I like your spirit. Good job. Do you belong to WikiTree? email@example.com
|Alan Albro||# 47686294|
thanks for the transfer of maintenance for my grandfathers site.
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