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|John Carton||Photo Plagiarism|
When you pick up published family photo's from such sites as Ancestry.com trees, you could at least give credit them to the individuals who originally posted them, instead of simply crediting yourself for the Find A Grave posts. There is such a thing as requesting permission! No wonder so many persons restrict as Private their Ancestry family tree photos.
|Brad Kelley||Kelley Family|
Ran across your posts and pictures of Lafe and Ida
Kelley. Luie Kelley was my Grandfather. Interested in knowing your relation, and swapping info.
I've traced the Kelley line back to Lewis County West Virginia and Shenandoah County, Virginia. More than happy to pass along what I have come across. Unfortunately, I haven't had any luck finding resting places. Many cemeteries are very old with a lot of unmarked graves.
Look forward to hearing form you.
|Kel-lea Lorraine Erickson||Henry Reece|
John Martin Reece who maried Mary Smart . Did they have a son named James Reece ? Who died in Humphreys County TN? My James named his sons Henry, James Jr, Jemima, Isaac and possibly Little Berry Reece.
|Squeak||Mrs Osborne - Holy Cross Cemetery, Colma|
I found a very interesting piece of info for you regarding Mrs. Osborne. I added a removal card as a photo with all kinds of info on it, BUT because I am a photo volunteer, I inadvertently cleared your photo request for the headstone! I am so sorry. Please do a new photo request for that. Also, I sent over all this bio stuff, link to her husband who is in the same cemetery and plot number to the original person that made the memorial, so it should be updated soon, including the plot location. If you do a new photo request in the meantime, add this plot info to it : Section L, Row 94, Grave 36/37.
Again, sorry about that, didn't realize it would clear your original photo request! BUT hopefully the new info will help you in your search.
Added by Squeak on Sep 14, 2014 12:52 PM
|Marty Cavanah||Reva Richison|
I was unable to upload the backside of Reva Richison's grave marker because there are maximum number of photos already uploaded to her memorial marker. If you want me to send the image to your email address I will be glad to do this and you can decide if you wish to use this photo. Marty
|Tom Denardo||bev gnefkow|
b.30 sep 1932, d. 19 apr 2005
buried next to w. beverly gnefkow
IF YOU want his grave photo, ADD then REQUEST photo
|Vicki G||RE: Frank and Earmer Miller|
You are welcome, glad to help. If you need a copy of their obits go to www.yellcountyobits.org & go to site index and both are listed there.
Added by Vicki G on Mar 29, 2014 2:25 PM
|Phil & Kathi||RE: Elizabeth Williams Justice|
I always hate sending those messages regarding unmarked graves and have received a few myself, but figure its better to know than NOT know.
I appreciate your kind words!
|Winnie Heil||Your request at Burwood|
We walked the cemetery looking for the one you requested but we couldn't find them. The gentleman who runs the cemetery wasn't there to help us like he normally does. I am very sorry.
|Mila Eby Bernethy||Bertha Sturdevant|
Bertha Sturdevant was married to George F Pierson:
Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002 about Bertha F Sturtevant
Name: Bertha F Sturtevant
Marriage Date: 1 Sep 1891
Marriage Location: Albany, Gentry, MO
Marriage County: Gentry
Spouse Name: George F Piersen
Bertha passed in Feb 1905 and George then married Rosa Huffman:
Missouri Marriage Records, 1805-2002 about G F Pierson
Name: G F Pierson
Marriage Date: 14 Jun 1905
Marriage Location: Near Andover, Harrison, Missouri
Marriage County: Gentry
Spouse Name: Rosa E Huffman
Bertha was never married to Benjamin Pierson. Benjamin was found in the 1900 census married to Ada L Pierson who was Ada Rhea. In 1910 census he is then found with Rena Pierson who was Algerina Smith who was first married to Price Miller.
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