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Since my sister introduced me to Find-A-Grave, we have been 're-connected' with many of our family near and far; and met an amazing group of caring people ...Thank you for doing all that you are doing!
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Please consider using the 'Edit' tab on the record to request changes to: Name, Birth/Death Dates, Birth/Death locations, Marker transcription, Plot or GPS & Relationships links for parents/spouse or to Suggest a Correction (SAC).
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|Don||RE: Edits - Old Protestant Burying Grounds|
More coming, hope I'm not "burying you" too!
Added by Don on May 30, 2015 7:34 AM
|Sandra Vallance||Sarah L Milburn|
You don't need to transfer her memorial as I do not personaly know her family. I'm just trying to find them all, and connect as much as possible.
That's fine if you want to leave my name as a contributor but I will not be able to add any further information - all that I contribute is found as per the referenced publication.
|Donald Schmidt||RE: Seven Persons Cemetery|
I think that Marge Ensminger can help you. She took charge of my cemetery data. You can reach her at email@example.com
|Sigrid Olsen||Adair, etc.|
Thanks for making the changes - no need to reference me on these suggestions - I've been very lucky in my family searches because of the generosity of others passing on info they've found and I am more than happy to do the same.
|Don||RE: DesBrisay OPBG|
Trying to do too many too quickly! Thanks for creating them all. I was at the cemetery for the re-opening after the restoration. First time I saw it was in 1996 and it was a mess, residential yards encroaching on graves, long grass growing all over the place, broken and fallen over stones everywhere. Quite a difference now.
Added by Don on May 29, 2015 7:34 AM
|Sandra Vallance||Sarah Lorinda Milburn|
Maiden name was Milburn. Are you related? I am very distant .. but have been working on my father's family tree for years. John Watson Dixson b: 10 April 1882is her son and his wife was Georgia Agnes Curry
Nice to meet more family. Thanks for all your help
|Don||Helen Stewart DesBrisay|
Hi Linda - If I just suggested linking Helen Stewart DesBrisay to Thomas DesBrisay 136841131, that is in error, please disregard. Thomas' wife was Helen McNutt. Helen Stewart DesBrisay was the first wife of Theophilus DesBrisay (son of Thomas and Helen McNutt) and she died in childbirth. Theophilus' 2nd wife was Dorcas Octavia Pedder Stewart.
Added by Don on May 29, 2015 7:12 AM
Hi Linda - I'm not sure how I managed not to see you already had memorials for Rev. T. and Margaret Stewart, I've now deleted my duplications. Thanks if you choose to transfer them, they were maternal 4th ggparents.
Added by Don on May 29, 2015 6:36 AM
|Donald Schmidt||Seven Persons Cemetery|
Good work Linda. I left the only hard copy of my work with the Medicine Hat Genealogy Society. There may be a plot plan of the cemetery in one of the books. Left the books there two weeks ago.
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