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|Craig Wilson||RE: Malinda Carr Wilson|
God Bless u !
|Craig Wilson||RE: Malinda Carr Wilson|
Elmira Jane Rose daughter of William B Rose 1818 -1876 a reverand minister of methodist episcopal church . april 28, 1839 he married Malinda Hamrick.
William rose father was james rose of botetourt va and his mother was Ann Butcher of germany they were married in 1814 .
Elmira rose carr siblings were nathaniel wesley 1842
Shelton Riley 1843 , Julia ann 1845 , Elijah Benjamin 1846 or 1847 , William Asbury Rose 1852.
|DeWitt Howard||Pergram Cemetery|
There are two Pergram Cemeteries on Find A Grave. 1. Pergram 2. Pergram Family Cemetery, i imagine they are the same cemetery.
|Chuck Schubert||David Cloud|
Thanks for taking the time to help support the Greenwood Cemetery in Nashville. I was on vacation last week and took about 2,000 pictures in the cemetery. It seems like no one cares there. I flew 1800 miles to take pictures there and at Mount Olivet. I was a beautiful day between rain showers. Chuck
Also, i do not know where Pergram Cemetery is, as of yet, i imagine it is on an old farm. Rick Omohundro took a picture of Thomas Jefferson Pergram and his wife on Pergram Cemetery, so i imagine he knows where it is. Ray Copher took the picture that is one of my hints on Ancestry.
|cheryl (frame) brown||RE: Franklin|
i already sent them an email yesterday asking them to view all the messages between us, they can see them even though they have been deleted.
as far as the requests, you claim i never sent anything for the parents, then you responded to me saying they were there, interesting. also you will find the first one i sent on the old memorial, that you deleted because i added the death certificate, which is against Find A Grave guidelines. the one i sent yesterday is for the new memorial. because you deleted the other one, you cannot process it anymore & is a dead request.
what is your purpose of messaging me pasting all that text of records you found to 'disprove' the middle initial if that is not what you were after? you also never said anything about march or april. i changed it does that make you happy? maybe i hit the wrong month from the drop down, it happens. ooops, my bad, i am human.
you are harrassing when you keep posting messages with the same content & sending me the same message then copy & pasting it to me again.
i think you just need to go back & read the help with find a grave & look in the submitting information/creating memorials section if you dont know what information needs to be added. you dont disreguard what the stones say & you use the bio to add additional information. here is what the faq's say about entering infomation:
What information should I include from a headstone?
All of the information on the headstone should be typed into the appropriate fields in the memorial form. It is not sufficient to create a memorial with only a name and a headstone photo and expect people to click on the photo to read the information that should be readily available in a name search, such as birth and death years. Of course, if the headstone only has a name, then you cannot add information you do not have. However, if the information is on the stone, it should be entered into the form.
this discussion is over about franklin.
|DeWitt Howard||George W Pergram/Pergrem|
No i do not personally have a picture of his gravestone. I have been doing my Family tree on Ancestry and on one of my hints there is a picture of George and Mary (Warner) Pergram and they are interned in Pergram Cemetery. That is where i got the info to where George and his wife are buried. I will not copy their picture and place it on Find A Grave. Also i am not a member of Ancestry, so i can not get a full picture.
|cheryl (frame) brown||RE: Franklin|
look, i dont know why every message you have been sending me has been really rude. i dont appreciate it one bit. you keep saying one thing then changing it. you stated in the message you sent me about franklin b barker that i had the dates wrong & you questioned the middle initial B. the dates you included are the same exact dates as i have on the memorial & i told you they are from the stone. HIS MEMORIAL SAYS FRANKLIN B.BARKER! just because the records dont show a B doesnt mean it isnt so. i enter what is on the stones, that is what you are to do on Find A Grave. i dont take other records or obits & put that ahead of what is on the stones. if someone sends me an edit, i will add it. if i know more info about someone i have entered then i will add it. i am not going to remove the middle initial B because you think it isnt so cause you havent found it on a record.
i sent you an edit to add his spouse, myrtle a cutlip barkers' parents & you have yet to do it. you claim i never sent it yet i checked my edits sent that are pending & there it is, Apr 13, 2014 9:21 PM i sent it. you removed her original memorial because you didnt like the death certificate on it, which you are not allowed to do. so if the edit isnt there now to process, that is because of your actions. i have never done anything to you but you continue to argue with me over things. you are clearly not willing to process any edits i send you but yet you want to keep telling me i am wrong & want me to change things because 'your records state so'. then you want to ignore what the actual stones say. ill say it again as i did before, if you are not willing to work with others & be on a PUBLIC site & do what you are supposed to do on here, then this isnt the place for you.
i am not removing the B from his memorial, it is on the stone. the stone is in perfect condition, you can read it just as clear as day, there is no question as to what it says & im sorry you cant find a record to support it.
Thank you for sponsoring Hunter's memorial. It's nice to find people on Find A Grave who care about helping others to be remembered.
Added by Cadmus on Mar 29, 2014 1:48 PM
(ABC 36 News) The Breathitt County Coroner said a toddler died from an accidental drowning in Wolfe County. It happened outside a home in Campton on Green Valley Road. According to the coroner, Hunter, 2 years of age drown in a small tub of water that was filled with less than 18 inches of water. He was taken to Kentucky River Regional Medical Center where the coroner pronounced him dead.
Added by Cadmus on Mar 29, 2014 1:44 PM
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