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A big "Thank You" goes out to everyone who sends any info and links for the memorials I've added. I regret that I cannot thank each of you individually, although with the new Edit system you now get computer-generated acknowledgements that your suggested changes and/or additions have been accepted. |
I got interested in Family History in 2007, and in 2008 and 2009 visited hundreds of my "dead relatives", as my wife so descriptively put it. (I did meet many live ones, too.) Most of the graves I visited were close relatives of my great-grandparents and one great-great-grandmother: their siblings, aunts and grand-aunts, uncles and grand-uncles, and first and second cousins.
My great-grandfathers were:
James McCullough Minteer, Jr.
Joseph Warner Wright
Marsh K. Renshaw
Robert John Woods, Jr.
Feel free to use any of my grave marker photos any way that you want to, as few (if any) of them have any artistic value which might be covered by the intent of the Copyright clause in the Constitution. (Please note, however, that this only applies to photos with my name under them. For any others, you will need to contact the person who added them for their permission to copy and use elsewhere.)
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|janealogy50||Thanks so much...|
...for transferring the memorials for John and Helene Danielson to me, Rob. And thanks, too, for the wonderful work you've done on Find A Grave. You are certainly appreciated!
|Colleen Carpenter||Lena Rogers and Jacob Moss|
I have edited these two entries by adding information about their lives. These two were brother and sister to William Moss, who is my great grandfather. I have been actively researching my ancestry and have found out some very interesting information (from living sources). I would like to share this information so that others in my family line can learn as well.
I received an email that my information was declined. Can you give me more information about why it was declined?
|Emily Sue||RE: Ison Waymire|
|Bill Merchant||RE: LuLu M Henry|
Thanks for the quick response. Shortly after I sent the message to you, I determined what the problem is. Lulu May (Coleman) Henry was actually a daughter-in-law to John and Diana. Lulu was married to James E. Henry, one of their sons. The grave of the infant child, Ernest, of James and Lulu was born and died in MN. He is buried near is paternal grandparents. James and Lulu died in and are buried in WI. Please transfer the records to me.
Thank you again.
|Marie Post||Guy H. Woodruff|
# 99367726 He was the Son of
Samuel Woodruff #87806881 and
Polly Benjamin Benjamin Woodruff # 53647983
He born Oct. 3, 1898 Bradford County,Pa. Died Oct. 1979 Wellsboro,N.Y. would you please Link him to his parents and his wife Loretta Thanks
|Emily Sue||Ison Waymire|
I think through the calculated relationships an error is speading like a weed.
Ison is a kin of mine but is not the son of Frederick Job Waymire 70798778 and his wife Anna Louise Pahmehn Waymire. I see that the lady that maintained his grave has passed away and you put a photo up of the Howe cemetery. I have been there with my Waymire cousins.
Are you maintaining the graves now or could you tell me who I should contact or how to remove Ison Waymire as a son of Frederick & Anna of Colfax. Emily Sue
|VMN||RE: Parker French|
Thank you, sir. Much appreciated - and all best wishes.
Added by VMN on May 29, 2015 9:53 PM
|mary ||RE: Mable Jane Johnson|
I was not able to edit. Mable Jane Johnson was born 2/9/1890 in Oklahoma Territory to Neri Kale & Avilda AKA Awilda She was Married to Irvin Johnson AKA Washington Irvin Johnson Mable Johnson was my grandmother
Added by mary on May 29, 2015 9:44 PM
Find A Grave Memorial# 90385548
Looking to see where in St. Joseph Cemetery #1
Catherine Buhler grave is physically located.
Added by auvman on May 29, 2015 9:32 PM
|Bill Merchant||Lulu M. Henry|
Good evening. My name is William "Bill" Merchant; I live in Overland Park, KS. I have a question regarding record #91306846 for one Lulu M. Henry, wife of John Newton Henry. According to to records I have discovered, this Lulu may have been Diana (Merchant) Henry. John and Diana were the parents of several children buried in the same cemetery. It is possible that the "M." on Lulu's marker was for her maiden name, and that her full maiden name may have been Diana Lulu Merchant. I have no documentation for those possibilities, however. If you have any other information regarding this apparent discrepancy, please let me know. I will keep digging, as well.
Thank you in advance.
Overland Park KS
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