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|Laura Vasher||ida dabbs holmes|
hello ... i am the great-great granddaughter of ida holmes dabs... i would love to have her memorial transferred over.
Thank You, Owe you one.
Added by KCarter on May 06, 2015 8:59 PM
|Charles T. Zeigler||headstone|
Please see http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=145814157 then email me.
|No Guts, No Glory||Ms Pelletier|
This is how you can tell who entered the memorial first:
129578425 this one was second
129571874 mine was first (it has the lower control number).
Since she created the duplicate, she may delete hers...many thanks and happy taphophiling
|Renda Doherty||George W. Palmer|
My Greatgrandfather's middle name is listed in our family book as Willis. He also had an infant son whom was named Willis. We have other family members in our book with the last name of Willis. I just did not hear that it was Willis. It was written there by the author, a relative who was a mormon and they specialized in genealogy. Grace Nina Gleaton Branch. Just wanted to let you know it was not hearsay. Renda Palmer Doherty, Thankyou
|Wanda Pierce Johnson||Barbara Ann Robinett Godfrey|
You have the headstone for my distant cousin at Oaklawn Cemetery, Richland, Pulaski County, MO.
Memorial # 67720167 is for Barbara Ann Robinett Godfrey.
Would it be ok to use your photos on my Ancestry.com family tree? I will include (Find-a-Grave photo & permission by booklover) for each photo I use.
Thanks Wanda Pierce Johnson #47818424
|Carolyn Petty||William Trammell|
Please put this info on the memorial of Find a Grave # 45018424. William enlisted 1777-78 Spartenburg District, S.C.;
Served as Pvt. in Capt. Duff's Co.; was a soldier in the American Revolutionary War. He fought at the Seige of Savannah 1779; Battle of King's Mt. 1780; Battle of Charleston, S.C. 1780.
DAR # 67952; Pension # W6312
He and Mary had 4 sons:
1. Robert 12/29/1788
2. Jacob "B" Jake 10/30/1791
3. Jehu Jasper 4/25/1793- 9/16/1869
4. Javan 7/4/1795- 3/18/1757
I have a question that I thought you would be the best person to ask.
When you add a memorial that is of an Unknown Man or Woman. Which would you say is the correct way to add it? Unknown Man or Man Unknown? Or does it really matter anyway?
It is just that someone has been asking me for an edit and I think it is plain stupid. I HAVE UNKNOWN MAN. Please advise Thanks Mary
Added by mroseb on Feb 03, 2015 7:13 PM
Oh I see that now.I will move the photo on the other one.Thanks,Mary
Added by mroseb on Jan 29, 2015 4:57 PM
|Rebecca McIntosh||141794754 Keir and 124086851 Wedd|
Some time ago you sent me a "correction" on 2 memorials for which I had no last name and you sent me a msg stating that they were "obviously" Keir's. I thought I would let you know, through the diligent and extensive research of my husband, we have found they were NOT named Keir, but in fact one was a Keir but the child May was NOT a "Keir" but the child of an unknown (at that time) sister so she was a Wedd NOT a Keir. Submitting corrections when you have facts can be helpful but in this case, if the name correction you had submitted had gone through unchallenged, you would have created a false record and she never would have been connected to her mother. It has taken us over a year to work out the correct connections, but please consider this when making suggestions for corrections. We had even been in touch with the cemetery and they were unclear - we do our research.
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