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|I recently joined to update my kinfolk's online info and realized what a huge commitment the avid gravers make toward keeping history alive.|
But I am so thankful that there are folks who do such a good work and hope I can help them in some small way.
If anyone has any additional info I need to add or corrections I need to make, please email and I will be glad to make the changes.
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|Stephanie Davidson||Anne Ramsden Childers|
Records show that a Anne Ramsden and a William Childers were married on 8 May 1654 in St Andrew Undershaft of London. Way after the deaths of the William and Anne you have listed. The record is located in the "London, England, Church of England Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812"
|J. Binder||Ward family members|
Charlotte - Thank you for your efforts on Findagrave. You have several burials listed as "burial unknown", specifically, Jesse Ward, Ab Ward and Mary Ann Ward. There may be others in lines that I am not researching. As a friendly reminder, under "How do I add a memorial when I'm not sure what cemetery they are buried?" Findagrave specifies that "Location of body unknown is used for recent deaths where the disposition is not currently known. Final disposition must be determined and updated within 30 days." While Findagrave is a valuable tool used by many genealogists, it is not a genealogy site. Creating memorials where the site of burial is unknown is not in keeping with the purpose of Findagrave. I completely understand the desire to create a memorial to link others memorials to, but you can always add that biography information to other memorials of related persons. I do hope you will consider removing your "burial unknown" memorials.
Charlotte, I have a headstone with Clubhouse on it that is beside Mrs.E.A. Clubhouse & a George Clubhouse son of W.L. Clubehouse. It could be the one you are looking for. Della 48003951
Added by D. Garey on Apr 10, 2016 9:29 AM
|Paula Snider||T J Ward|
Can you tell me why the info is correct on the main page? and other links have him buried in Hamilton County Texas. At this time when he died, they did not travel from the place they lived.Find a grave has some of the info WRONG!
He is my great grand father.
|Jack Ruple, Sr.||J.W. Tedder|
Hi Charlotte -
Please consider transferring J.W. Tedder to me ...he is my g grandfather, married five times, born in MS. I know his grave location and first photographed this tombstone. Thanks
|Jim Thornhill||RE: Daniel Seale #75746426|
|Jim Thornhill||Daniel Seale #75746426|
I am researching Daniel Boone Seale, my 3rd great grandfather, and am looking for any documentation I can find of his life. Since there is only one grave marker left in Hog Eye cemetery, do you remember how you knew Daniel and Sarah were buried there? Was there an index, article, or some other document? I know it has been a long time, but I hoped you might remember.
|Paula Snider||Ward family|
Please tell me how are you connected to this family.
There is an Abner ward in this area. No connection to Absalom.
Also, There is an AAron Ward in this same area.
Absalom is my family line.
|Paula Snider||Thomas Jefferson Ward|
This is my family. After years of working on this family, There is no Julia dau of Thomas J Ward. Please correct this. I am curious where this info was found. Source?
|Lisa Hale||75465076 Phoebe Balch Jarrard|
Hi Charlotte, I am a distant cousin of B C Jarrard, the spouse of Phoebe Balch Jarrard. Phoebe was NOT a Balch by birth from what I can tell. She was married to a William Balch. I am confused! Two wives named Phoebe? I was thinking she was a Farber before I saw two wife entries named Phoebe. Do you know anything else? Thanks, Lisa.
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