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|Penny Dunphy Rayner||Paul E Dunphy|
I want to thank you for putting in my dad's grave. I had just discovered his death today after years of looking for him. If it weren't for you I would have no idea where he is buried. Thank you so much for what you do. mem# 127922628
Penny Dunphy Rayner
|Valice Raffi||Conrad Streb|
Thanks, and that was very fast!
|Colleen Oliver||Find A Grave Memorial# 64810855|
As I have done my research, I found Frank Earnest Hoffman married to Essie J Gilbert. Thinking that the name was misspelled. Turns out I was not correct. Seeing the headstone for Frank, I am sure it is not the one that I am looking for. My person is Frank Huffman. Yes his parents are Tillman Huffman and Mary Chapman. But this is not the person. Please remove the notes about his parents.
Thank you and God Bless,
|Wanda Pierce Johnson||Raymond L Beard headstone|
You have the headstone & footstone for Raymond L Beard at Mount Union Cemetery, Brumley, MO Find-a-Grave Memorial # 15626451.
Raymond was my 6th cousin and I want to know if it is ok to use your photo(s) on my Ancestry.com family tree with Find-a-Grave photo & permission of booklover.
Wanda Pierce Johnson
I was go glad to get these links, James Musgrave doesn't have a stone but was listed in the Cedar County Cemetery book so I know he is buried in the cemetery, Benjamin has a stone as you can see, This cemetery is a small cemetery and is about gone, It is not taken care of. I am afraid eventually the stones will be plowed up or something. Are you related.
Added by Tess on Jun 23, 2014 8:53 AM
Clarence and Minda Quesenberry are my grandparents, my mother Jean Quesenberry Shockley was their daughter. Would appreciate you giving their memorial to me to manage.
This is an automated email letting you know that your recent edit for the John A. Teasley (1864 - 1888) Find A Grave memorial has been declined.
General reason: This edit will remove accurate data.
You are wrong ... and, I won't even ask you why you declined to link my family member memorials OR why you had my flower offering removed. You simply had NO valid reason to have done either of those things! When others request updates on your memorials ... may I suggest that you take the time to actually do some research BEFORE you dismiss their request?
|Jessica Wilesღ||Ref Obituaries|
Hello, I was just wondering why you don't add the obituaries request I send you to put in some memorials? There have been several throughout the years I've sent you to place in the memorials and they don't get added, I mean certain things get added besides the obituaries. I wasn't trying to be rude by all means but I'm trying to helps others out too and I feel like it's something aginst me, I see you live in the same area as I do but can't seem to get to add memorials either bc I get beat to the punch. I know we both like this site and like to helps others. I wanted to private msg you bc I didn't want you to take this the wrong way.
|E B||Concerning John Henry Long's parentage|
The grave with the ID 65481564
belongs to John Henry Long son of John Frederick Long ID 38082298
John F Long's wife Cathrine Mary Long (maiden name not known) ID 38082216
John F and Cathrine M Long are connect to each other as husband and wife and John H Long is connected to his father but not to his mother.
I suggested the correction already and was denied as there seems to be a different mother for him a Elizabeth (Gaiety) Long.
I find this odd as the 1880 US census lists John Frederick Long age 45, wife Mary age 50 and their children: Mary age 14, Armina age 8, Emma age 5, Henry age 3 and Martha age 0.
Cathrine Mary Long died shortly after 1880 and in the 1900, 1910 and 1920 censuses John Frederick Long is listed as a widower and after his children were grown he lived with his youngest daughter Martha and her family.
I do not see how Cathrine Mary Long could not be John Henry Long's mother and I have never heard of Elizabeth Gaiety before in connection with this family.
I would be interested in hearing about why you believe Elizabeth (Gaiety) Long to be John Henry Long's mother.
Added by E B on May 31, 2014 1:35 AM
|Kathy Kerley||Kerley in Hensley Private Cemetary|
Could you tell me if there were any markers for Erv Kerley-- unknown Birth/Death; and Erv Hensley unknown Birth/Death in Hensley Cemetary? Is this the same person? And, thank you so much for posting my husband's Grandfather: Irvin Hardin Kerley. We had no idea of his burial site. Again, thank you for your work!
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