|Deborah Black Phenix (#47178917)|
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Genealogy has been a way of life since 1981. I would especially like to thank all those photo volunteers who have shown such kindness to my family and myself. I have received so much support from numerous individuals, thru the years, that it is time to give back as a volunteer. Since most of my family ties are in the midwest or east of the Mississippi River, photos are often difficult for me. |
If you have requests in the northern Nevada or northern California areas; I will try to fulfill your requests. As I create memorials in this area, please do ask me about transferring the memorial over to you.
For those in the Newton County, Missouri area, please ask for a transfer, if I manage your direct relatives. I am more than happy to update information or transfer pages to family members. But as a reminder, I do have relatives there also.
To provide information or request a transfer, please use the "Suggest A Correction" (SAC) link, located on the Edit Tab (upper right corner) of the page in question. Using this procedure will send a message to my email that includes links to both the memorial page as well as your Contributor ID so I'll be sure to update or transfer the correct page.
Don't forget to specify your relationship! It may or may not fall within the guidelines of Find A Grave.
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|Dick H.||RE: Mainzer Memorials|
Deborah - This was an interesting photo project. Glad I had a chance to participate. And, thanks for your kind words.
Added by Dick H. on Sep 25, 2014 3:51 PM
Thank you for the transfer.
Added by rjcruit on Aug 09, 2014 9:45 AM
Would you please be able to transfer it? Thanks.
Added by rjcruit on Aug 07, 2014 5:17 PM
|Diane Hurst||Hilda Marrs obit|
Thank you for posting the obit for Hulda Marrs!
|Angie Raspone||RE: John Newton Yardley|
I attempted to email you but I got an automated message saying you only accept email from registered people. I will attempt to register but thought I would also send a copy of my message here:
Hello, I saw your message to email you. John Newton is my great-great-great grandpa. His daughter Missouri Belle is my great-great grandmother. Her daughter Careta Ceola Litchfield is my great-grandmother. I have so many memories of her from when I was little. She was a wonderful grandma. Grandma Careta's son Robert is my grandpa. He married Donna Schei and they had my mom and my uncle.
John Newton's parents are Frederick Yardley (1809-1870) & Missouri F. Long Yardley (1816-1883). My great-great grandma Missouri Belle, everyone called her Belle, was named after John Newton's mom.
Looking forward to hearing back from you,
|Ann O'Malley||RE: #11291863. Janice Myers|
OMG---I have no idea how my photo made its way into this memorial! I am so sorry---and thanx a million for pointing it out. It's gone!
|Gerry Jean||RE: Ralph E Pyle|
You're quite welcome!!
(Did you notice that Vivian's crypt was right next to Ralph's so I uploaded hers, too.)
|Patricia Lawrence||William Davis|
He is listed in 1940 census as her boarder. b 1892 in Louisiana. He worked as a handyman. There are more than one Ralph E Pyle. But in 1920 census he was a boarder in San Francisco and was born in Oklahoma. I tried for a marriage certificate. will try again when I have more time. It might have a maiden name.
|Bonnie Fleenor||Russell family|
I noticed that you have quite a few Russells in your memorials. If you come across Arthur Harold Russell would you let me know
|Robert Ortega||W. H. Baker Sr.|
According to the Missouri death records, W.H. (or William Henry)Baker Sr. died in 1884 rather than 1894.
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