|Farm Girl from MO.||Remove flowers.|
Please delete the flowers you left on the memorial for Andrew John Farmer #86143339. You may add a new one if you like.
|Farm Girl from MO.||RE: Thanks for James Farmer's middle name.|
You might want to click on where it says "Help with Find A Grave" on the left side of the page under "Actions". This has lots of tips on different subjects. They pretty much leave it up to you to find out how this all works or for other contributors to let you know.
Let me know if there are any corrections, additions or links you would like for me to do on the Farmers buried at Mt. Tabor. Also please make any relationship links that you can between memorials you have created and mine. I always like to see family members linked together.
Hope this helps, Marla M. from MO.
|Farm Girl from MO.||Thanks for James Farmer's middle name.|
Thank you for sending me the middle name for James Kelly Farmer. I have added his obituary to his memorial.
I noticed several flowers that you have added to memorials for this family. Please remove them as they contain bio. info. that should have been sent to me using the "Edit" button in the upper right had corner of the memorial. I would have been happy to add any links to other family members as well as any other info. that you would have liked. Flowers are only for "personal notes" and most contributors will never see this info. unless it is sent to them directly.
Also you can link other members of your family to memorials I have created by clicking on "Family links" and typing in the memorial numbers for a parent or spouse.
|K. Quentin Bremmer||RE: Allen gravestone photo|
Give your husband my best wishes, and while it would have been nicer if you could have taken the photo yourself, I am glad I could fill in for you on it. If you ever do get a chance to visit the gravesite in person, just let me know and I will be happy to remove my photo if you don't want to have a double set on the memorial.
In the mean time, let me know if there are any other photos you need in the general area of Northeast Missouri or the adjacent areas of Illinois or Iowa.
|Mary Harrell-Sesniak||Carter Grave|
Thank you so very much for this photo. Too bad that this veteran stone was broken.
|Dee Tharp-Garrison||Mabel Reynolds McCarter|
Thank you so much for your help with another link in our family history.:-) Dee Tharp-Garrison
|Texas Roots||J.L.Rich Jr.|
Thank you for the picture. Did you happen to notice any other "Rich"s in the Willow Wild Cemetery?
|Kathryn Barron Earle||Robert Nevins Kirkpatrick|
Thank you so much for your time and effort in posting this picture. Every time I locate a new headstone, I am closer to solving the mystery of my family history.
Kathryn Barron Earle