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|Laurie Bickel Machen||Elmina Thurman William Gravesite|
Your Find A Grave Memorial# 64849947 is a double.
Carolyn (Schmidt) Alves created a Find A Grave Memorial# 55310608 on July 22 2010 Can you please contact her and merge them together. I would like to copy the page with all information. Thank you, Laurie Machen
|Nancy K. Daugherty||Nelson gravestones|
I have seen the gravestones for Isaac Nelson and his wife Delilah Reinhardt at Old Sharon Cemetery, but I have not found any stones for their son, Jefferson Reinhart Nelson and his wife Lucy
Darley. I have wondered if their stones may have disappeared from Old Sharon, but I have no evidence for that. Do you have any record for them?
|Becky Matthews Fox||Guy Carlton and Mabelle Neaville Fox|
I'm hoping if you could transfer these memorials to me. They are my grandparents-in-law and I have family pictures, information, etc to add as well as knowing where they are buried. I think I can get many of their children linked to their memorials too.
Guy Carlton Fox Memorial# 82805520
Mabelle G. Fox Memorial# 82805633
Becky Matthews Fox
PS. If you're unwilling to transfer, just let me know and I will send all the information to you.
|Tammy King||Larry D Northcutt|
I saw your message to someone about Larry. I found him in Warren County Tennessee Cemetery Book 1, page 68.
NORTHCUTT, Larry D. 29 Nov 1943-5 Oct 1983. [Son of O.H. and Opal (Coppinger) Northcutt, husband of Linda ____________.]
I actually started with Book 4 and came backwar ds to Book 1. He is the only Larry D Northcutt listed. He is buried at "Bethany Cemetery (Location: Hwy 70S, 4 miles west of McMinnville on right side of road."
|Tammy King||Barry Lynn Melton|
in Banks cemetery, has two memorials created by you on the same day. I suggest you merge them or delete one.
|Caring Graver||RE: Biggerstaff|
It is so nice to meet another Biggerstaff family member. Where ever the branches go, they always go back to the original roots. One of my aunts got me started with Ancestry first and now this, as you put it is a project in the making. And, along this journey its been great!
Ive gotten to work with you, "Bill" another Biggerstaff member from this family. How AWESOME is that! It goes to show you that all roads lead to home.
I won't BOMB your email for edits. Ive already done this! My bad…and thank you for letting me know that you have family ties here! I will just post a flower with Andrews siblings that you have. It will be easier that way.
Again, thank for your generosity! ;o)
Thank you so much for your time getting the Biggerstaff family recorded. And, many many thanks for the transfers.
Family is so important and making the connection to continue on the legacy especially where so many can't, don't have the means, or desire. One of the problems with large families is the continuing of the same name. Im up for a challenge. So making connection brings family closer, and someone has too!
Kind Regards, Lorraine
|MapSkraps||Susan Jane Venable Nelson, 1835-1889|
Thank you for doing this work! It is so generous of you to share your talents and time in this way.
In searching for information about Susan Jane Venable Nelson, 1835-1889, I found TWO Find-A-Grave links. The facts listed at link #1 are right in line with information I have collected for Susan Jane.
I believe that the cemetery information found at link #2 is incorrect:
#1 - http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=141582883&ref=acom
#2 - http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=41588918&ref=acom
Just thought you would be interested in what I found.
Thank you again for all you do.
Added by MN on Jan 05, 2016 2:16 PM
|B Powell||RE: Yvonne Smith|
My husband worked with Yvonne at Crockett high school, and I worked with her at Bowie high school. In addition, we know her daughter Tracy; we loved Yvonne very much. I happened to come across her memorial today at the cemetery, and it made my day. She always brought smiles to everyone that she came across.
Added by B Powell on Dec 14, 2015 3:50 PM
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