|Eva Pippin Flowers (#47244686)|
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< a href="http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=FAG#">NAME< /a>
Please copy and paste the above statement and then delete the space between the first < and "a" and then after the last name< and /.
(This is because I am always forgetting how to do it! :)
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|Denise||RE: Fox Transfers|
You are very welcome. Merry Christmas to you and your family.
Added by Denise on Dec 11, 2014 10:54 AM
|Linda Claxton||Pansy Pippin|
Hi again - Wondering if this is a family memorial you would like to manage?
|Peggy Herridge Wilson||Frances Rosetta Flowers Ray|
Thank you for the kind words.
|Frances Allen Titsworth||Elizabeth Ray Rankin Cemetery|
Thanks for your kind words! I love doing this for folks like you!
|Rita Osborne||Memorial# 129321639|
Her parents are actually
James Samuel Hill
1818 – 1905
Musadore Caroline Oakley
1828 – 1904
I don't know about amazing. I just have been doing family research for almost 40 years. So when there is an issue or in the case of Flowers family I needed to get them all put with their parents/spouse/kids and such.
|Sandra Lennox||RE: David Whitmer Flowers|
You are very welcome for the photo. I enjoy
adding people photos to the memorials.
There is probably a biographical sketch
on David in this book:
A Portrait and Biographical
Record of Delaware County,
A. W. Bowen & Co., 1894
That is where I got the photo from. Usually
if there is a photo there is a biographical
sketch to go with it. It was several months
ago when I added the photo, so I don't know
exactly what information is given on David.
Good luck with your family research.
I have been in similar situations while doing my family ancestry.
I am afraid that I am no help to you on this one since I am not at all related to the Flowers.
I just create memorials for stones that I find in the cemeteries.
You are right to be wanting more evidence before just accepting this Thomas is your relation.
Just keep researching for evidence that proves or disproves the connection you are working on.
Added by minpar on Nov 24, 2014 5:56 PM
|minpar||Thomas Henry Flowers|
The birth and death dates that I used are the dates from his stone.
As far as the different date of birth, that you have from Ancestry (abt 1836). . .
There could be several possible explanations.
The easiest one would be, at the time of his death the person was asked his date of birth but was not sure or did not know.
Hopefully the date on the stone (Feb. 12, 1840) came after some family research.
Added by minpar on Nov 24, 2014 2:46 AM
|Helperkw||Wm. Hurt, #10851325|
Eva, thank you for the kind words. I was given maintenance over thousands of DonZas' (deceased) memorials that I have never looked at. When something draws my attention to one, I then proceed to "work" them. I have a full time job documenting my assigned section of Restland Memorial Park in Dallas. I really don't have time to clean up all of Don Zas's memorials right now. Perhaps some day I will.
Added by Helperkw on Nov 21, 2014 3:58 PM
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