Frank Everett Williams You know, you are right. It appears that I got the information from his death certificate, but I can't for the life of me pull it up under 1935 or 1936. Oh well, I changed the date of death, and if you are related, I would be glad to transfer as I am not related. I guess I got something right though. He appears to be buried in front of Charles O. and Mary L. Langley Williams. :>)
Gibson Hi, Not familar your Gibsons. Ours came from VA which became WV in later years. My Gibsons lived in Kansas, Smith & Jewell Co.For a time in Missouri. One great uncle lived Seattle and the other in Hollywood, CA The family of Gibson was lost over the years. Thanks
Miffllin Co PA Ridens My husband's grandmother was Margaret Jane Riden, dau of John Riden and Frances Camp. John was the eldest son of William Riden and Hester Mitchell. William was the son of John Riden and Mary Collins. I requested a photo of Mary Riden's stone from Mt. Rock Cem but was unable to request one of John Riden's. I have a lot of information on the Riden 's but would like to correspond with others researching this family line. Fayetta Longwell. email@example.com
RE: Margaret Wolfkiel Hi, I don't know, it was a long time ago, and since some people object to me putting their name as a source, I just use initials now. I don't keep old suggest a corrections.Probably Mary (i can't remember her last name.)
I deferred to your knowledge and changed it from Mrs. Joseph Flemming to the above as you suggested. I haven't photographed much of St. Marks so I haven't found any of these names that they listed as Mrs. XYZ. When I get the photos, then I "fix" them.
Maiden names I don't know exactly what the protocol is for using maiden names in the titles but I put ALL former names there so when you search Find A Grave the correct name comes up. No one has asked me to remove them and I won't. I do know if you put all married names in the surname box it won't search and bring them up. I was referring to putting a maiden name in a male's name. I think that's what's confusing people. Like I said, if you have them linked correctly to parents, then it should be OK.