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Linda Doile Morris (#47181309)
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PLEASE FORGIVE ME FOR NOT BEING ON THE NET OR F.A.G. I AM NOW GOING THRU ALL MY EMAILS, OVER 450 OF THEM AND DO ALL THAT YOU HAVE ASK ME TO. THANK YOU ALL. WON'T TRY TO EXPLAIN BIT BELIEVE ME, IF YOU DON'T GET AN ANSWER, JUST ASK ME AGAIN.
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I am a Arizona Native and live in Arizona. Even though I do record other people, I transfer them to their families and I keep only mine.

Linda Doile Morris

PLEASE, WHEN FAG WROTE THE GUIDLINES FOR TRANSFERS, THEY COULD NOT THINK OF EVERYTHING. THE MEMORIALS ARE FOR THE D.E.A.D. AND NOT FOR OURSELVES. THEY ARE TO HONOR THEM SO, WHEN ASK, I TRY TO CONSIDER IF THE OTHER PERSON HAS MORE TO GIVE TO THE MEMORIAL AND GO FROM THERE. I DO TRANSFERS QUITE A BIT AND WILL CONSIDER ANY REQUEST.

Not of course due to anything I did or deserved, Im am proud that I have 14 direct Grandfathers that served in the Rev.War:

Andreas Matteis Straub 1735-1805
John Peter Hetzel 1742-1810
Leonard Schnepp 1753-1825
John Martin Apple 1752-1823
Geoge Yeakley 1738-1784
Christian Deppen 1705-1781
Wiliam Isaiah McNeese 1730-1808
Michael Berger 1736-1794
James Cotter 1740-
John Hartman Dittemore 1735-1782
Michael Nehs 1730-1815
Daniel Cain 1747-1851
Michael Berger 1736-1794
Jacob (Kile) Coil 1734-1810

I would like to add one more important name, at least to me and that is Johan Enoch Weaver who was a tax collector for the crown and was a patriot to our "side".










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Luella Hinrichsen
Rosetta Schnepp
Linda I sent you an obit for Rosetta on Apr. 23, 2014, I was sure hoping you'd add it to her memorial. I have KEPT the file, if I resend it would you add it? Luella
Added by Luella Hinrichsen on Feb 05, 2016 10:00 AM
Deborah J
We are relatives of Pierce Hickman
Hello Linda,
What an amazing feeling to know there are relatives of Pierce other than our family. Pierce's father Charles died with no known relatives, however, Pierce had a son, my father, who never knew Pierce. And I think that Charles did not know about my father's existence. Anyway, please contact me. We are apparently related!
Added by Deborah J on Jan 19, 2016 6:43 PM
Chris
RE: Naming Rules
I target errors, not people. There is no reason for you to think otherwise. I gave you a link to the naming conventions which are in the FAQS .... did you see that?
Added by Chris on Jan 05, 2016 8:11 AM
ken striker
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I have deleted my duplicate memorials as you request: Hoping you can post a picture of the photo/s you have to your memorials. Thank you

re: I WAS ASKED TO ADD A NOTE THAT THE GRAVE IS UNMARKED. . But you are mistaken, The stone was hit and broken by a car, but I have a photo of the stone and it is both beautiful and written in German
Added by ken striker on Jan 04, 2016 8:09 PM
Carol Nocella
RE: Maria Isler
Linda,

I don't have a clue as to who this Maria Isler is, although I agree she probably belongs on my tree. Any clues at the gravesite,i.e. is her grave near any other Islers?

Carol
Added by Carol Nocella on Jan 04, 2016 4:58 PM
Mary Downing-Mahan (gravehuntermary)
RE: Hi!
Hi, missed you!
Added by Mary Downing-Mahan (grave... on Jan 04, 2016 1:30 PM
Chris
Naming Rules
You have hundreds and hundreds of violations of the rules regarding how to enter names on memorials. Corrections are being sent for you to process.


No punctuation - ' " ? ( ) . etc. in any name field

No previous married names in any name field

No alternate spellings in any name field

No names in ALL CAPS


Anything other than the first-middle-last name - particuarly as shown on the grave marker - goes into the bio area. You can discuss your genealogy notes all you want there.

Naming Rules:
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?searchArg=naming&page=listFaqs#147
Added by Chris on Jan 04, 2016 12:05 PM
Jeanette Hopkins
RE: Bishop
I am a relative of the Benjamin Bishop's -Elder married my great Grandfather's sister and the Bishop Jr. Is the son.

I've done lots of research on the Bishops along with the Smith's. Wm. A Smith was a freighter for the silver mines and had businesses in Mogollon and Silver City. His wife, Helen M. Smith, owned the Brunswick Hotel in Kelly until she sold it to son-in-law Joe Stoneking in 1886. That line of the family stayed in Kelly until about 1920. Benjamin Bishop married daughter Annie Smith - one of the first recorded in the county! She committed suicide in 1888. My great grandfather was the youngest child - William LeeRoy Smith. My grandfather, Earl Smith, was born in Mogollon in 1902. So I have a long history in New Mexico!

If you would transfer their memorials to me, I would appreciate it very much.
Added by Jeanette Hopkins on Dec 28, 2015 9:47 PM
Arborist
RE: James & Lora Yeakley Martin
I am not a member of the Martin family so have no personal knowledge and there is no mention of surviving children in James' obituary.
Added by Arborist on Dec 27, 2015 7:16 PM
pc
RE: Hattie Dittamore, Matheny daughter of Paris and Rebecca
That's Ok, I knew there was a brother of James Melvin Dittamore named Paris, I was just trying to figure out if the two Hattie's were one and the same person of if the two brothers each named a daughter Harriet within a about a year of each other. Kind of strange. It would appear one of those Hattie's followed her sisters Clara and Wealtha Jane to Washington State ( we did spell it with the A) as a Hattie is found on the 1887 Washington State Census where also appears her sister Clara with husband Jacob Strole and baby, by 1901 with Clara and Wealtha Jane already in Spokane, there appears a Spokane City Directory listing 1901 of Hattie as a dress maker. Other public trees including one of my closer Spokane cousins say she, Harriet/Hattie died in 1903, but don't give any other information or sources. I found several record for deaths of Hattie, but a 1903 one turned out to be a baby or some such I can't remember now. Paris and Rebecca Ditamore's Hattie appears to be the one who married Samuel Matheny and died in abt 1943 or 1944 Iowa I think. If you do a search on ancestry.com of photos her obituary has been posted by a lady who had it, but doesn't known anything about either Hattie. She and I connected and spent most of an evening trying to figure it out for sure to no avail. my computer is back up and I have contacted you in the past I think, so you may have it, don't want to post it here. Merry Christmas.
Added by pc on Dec 25, 2015 10:10 AM
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