|Julie Linneman (#47344789)|
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|I am an avid genealogist and thoroughly enjoy linking families through Find a Grave. My family research lines include Sherwood, Hayes, Adams, Eastman, Ricky, Elliot, Conarty, Walters, Brazill, Fullum, Welch, Traver, Combs, Skillman, Wright, and Jacoby. I am happy to make transfers of family members, and I am thrilled to care for the memorials of my family members as well. If I didn't have to work for a living, I could easily see myself doing this all the time! If I can help out with a photograph in or near Wichita, Kansas, just let me know.|
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|Kimberly||Hanlen family in Kent, WA|
Hi Julie, got the chance to fulfill your photo request for William Hanlen this afternoon. His wife, Doris, is buried next to him in the same cemetery. She didn't have a Find A Grave memorial so I went ahead and created one, and linked her to William. I'm happy to transfer the memorial to you. And you have my permission to use the photographs for whatever you wish.
I did a quick search and saw that Doris may have the maiden name Brazill, but don't have time to dig deeply to confirm. I noticed your family lines include Brazill, so I'm assuming this is your Doris.
Hope this helps you.
Added by Kimberly on Feb 22, 2014 4:29 PM
|Tanya Whited Sweet||Josiah & Elizabeth Hayes|
So very welcome. God Bless.
|Dale Safford||transfer of Pauline Walker memorial|
Thank you for transferring the memorial for Pauline Walker #103022516 in Resthaven Cemetery to me. She grew up in my area of Iron River & Stambaugh in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and I have added more information for her and made family connections.
|Gerry Jean||RE: Thanks!|
You're welcome! A nice sunny day helps me look good!!
|Gerry Jean||RE: Wright / Austerman family|
You're quite welcome, Julie!!
|Michael Cummiskey||Sarah Frances Hayes link|
Thanks for the helpful info, the link has been removed.
|Virginia Brown||RE: Flowers|
One way to add more flowers to your scrapbook:
Left click on flower that someone has left on a memorial. This will open a window with a message [Add this to my scrapbook]. Left click on this, which will save it to your scrapbook.
Over the years this is the method I have used for collecting many new flowers. Let me know if you have any questions.
|Sheri West||Arunah Beckwith|
Changes have been made :)
|Rhonda_RMS||RE: Libbie Combs photo request|
I think Libbie might be a cousin or something. According to ancestry.com, she was single & a piano teacher & buried on March 13, 1888. I will keep her on my list when I walk the cemeteries. Maybe I will find her.
|Sheri West||Rose Beckwith|
Changes have been made :)
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