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Ann Gardner
Hi, --- I did manage to get Mary's husbands listed in the correct order. If you are related, I will be happy to transfer. Just send me a message through the SAC option. --- I will need to decline your edits, as two are for "no change" and the other one lists your intended correction in the "nickname" window. ------------Thanks for sending the correct information on the order of her husbands ! AG
Added by Ann Gardner on May 13, 2016 7:53 AM
Diane & John
RE: Re: Sarah Colean #23228964
Thanks for getting back to me. I know there have been times with this new "Edit" procedure when someone inadvertently removes a link without intending to. I don't HOW it happens, but it does!

Added by Diane & John on May 12, 2016 12:35 PM
Diane & John
Re: Sarah Colean #23228964
You sent an Edit linking Sarah's father, William Gillham Waddle, to her memorial. However, the Edit you sent also shows you removing the mother's link to Sarah Gillham Randle.

Did you intend to remove the mother's link?

Added by Diane & John on May 11, 2016 12:16 PM
Pat Shaw
RE: Ignatius/Ignatious Nathan Gann
You are very welcome I appreciate that I try... not used to getting comments. Of course is not written in stone, but have done a lot of research on him and do try to put as much as I can to help others. Thank you
Added by Pat Shaw on May 08, 2016 1:45 PM
Linda Wallis
She married her first husband on the 24th of September 1889 in Des Moines, Polk, Iowa. His name was William H. Woolworth. He was born in about 1867. That is all the information I have on him.
Added by Linda Wallis on May 01, 2016 4:16 PM
Linda Wallis
RE: 34805509 Maude Shaver Barnes
Maude was married twice. According to the 1900 census records, her first husband had already died. At that time they were living in Texas. It is possible that she was buried in Texas to be near her first husband, with whom she had a child.

In addition. Bossier Parish, Louisiana and Harrison County, Texas are only 59 miles apart. It is also possible that Maude and Melville purchased grave plots in Texas while they were still living there.

Added by Linda Wallis on Apr 23, 2016 12:52 AM
Mary Crawford
Regarding Waddill infants
What I have in my tree is that Julia Bell was the second wife of William G. Waddill. His first wife was dead by the time the unnamed infant was born. Wish we had a name of the infant.
Added by Mary Crawford on Apr 18, 2016 2:41 PM
RE: Julia Dean Willis #70806497
FYI: My understanding is that hyperlinks within famous bios are not accepted.
Added by Midnightdreary on Apr 18, 2016 10:10 AM
RE: Julia Dean Willis #70806497
No, I'm afraid I can't edit famous biographies, even ones that I have contributed. The sibling links are supposed to be generated automatically by the web site so I don't know why it isn't in this case. And please be sure if you are linking that you correctly spell "Fanny" (not "Fannie", as you have been writing).
Added by Midnightdreary on Apr 18, 2016 8:35 AM
RE: Julia Dean Willis #70806497
I'm not sure what you're asking. I can't edit a famous biography, including the one for Fanny Fern. Fern is mentioned in Julia Dean Willis's listing.
Added by Midnightdreary on Apr 18, 2016 5:28 AM
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