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|PLEASE READ BEFORE REQUESTING CORRECTIONS...... In the past I have been pretty easy going about adding things to memorials. In the past and recently I have found where incorrect information has been added to a memorial causing problems. My intent has always been for some family member to request transfer and add information themselves. THUS, I WILL NOT ADD, CORRECT OR CHANGE A MEMORIAL IN ANY WAY. IF YOU WISH TO ADD OR CORRECT A MEMORIAL THEN PLEASE REQUEST A TRANSFER. You will find that I have no ego about transferring a memorial. This is much easier and less stressful to me. The only other alternative is for me to spend hours deleting memorials as that is what I will do. I will transfer or delete the memorial in question. I have done many hours of work setting this all up. I don't want any glory. I want what I have always wanted... people to be remembered and the memorial to end up in the hands of a family member.|
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|Connie in TN||RE: Fred Spradlin # 65494376|
Mike, I am so sorry. My adamant message was strong, but certainly not meant to offend you, or anyone for that matter, only to implore you to make a correction. Certainly a lesson learned for me. I sincerely apologize for having offended you.
|R & J Black & G Key||Transfer|
Mike, thank you so much for the kind transfer and all your wonderful work on this site.
|Connie in TN||Fred Spradlin # 65494376|
Problem here. This Fred Spradlin is the son of Charlie (yes, Charlie) Edward Spradlin # 65494362 and Nola M. Hawkins Spradlin # 65494366. His siblings are Roy Spradlin (1916-1989) and Ralph Spradlin (1917-1985). Fred was listed in 1940 census for Loudon Co, TN with his parents Charlie and Nola. He was listed with his parents and brothers in the 1930 census for Blount County, TN.
Please contact me if I have not convinced you to straighten this out!!!
One more thing: Bakers Creek Cemetery is a "family cemetery" for one line of the Spradlins. Edith Jane Baker (Edy Jane, Edie Jane, etc) married Thomas Jess Spradlin and had 6 children: Charlie Edward 1891-1952; Allie Mae 1895-1979; William Floyd 1899-1968; John 1901-1938; Carie Arthur 1905-1981; and Luther Lee 1907-1983 most of whom are buried at Bakers Creek, as are some of their children. The other family you list as parents of Fred are not a "Bakers Creek" family.
He is NOT the son of Mary Caledonia Robbins Spradlin (43346541)!
|Sherry||Payne Town Cemty|
Thank You very much for your work. Without persons like you indeed the small, "out of the way" family cemeteries would be lost forever.
My husband is a descendent of Green B Payne and Abigail. I'm working on documenting all the family members in this cemetery and trying to "link" them on Find A Grave, to help others understand the family ties. We've not been able to travel there ourselves, yet because of persons like you we are able to "visit" and "pay our respects".
Thank You, Again, For All You Do !!
Added by Sherry on Jul 20, 2015 7:06 PM
|Pam Warwick||Ownby cemetery|
Thank you so much.
|Pam Warwick||Ownby Cemetery|
Can you tell me if you have to hike to this cemetery? I think my great, great grandfather may be buried here. Thank you.
Not a problem, thank you.
Added by J.G.B. on Jun 17, 2015 5:48 PM
Wondering if you would transfer #64015186 (John David Pace) at Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Blount Co. TN to me?
|Gay Hobt Morton||Civil War soldier|
The Union County Cemetery Association would like permission to use your Find a Grave photo of the stone of George Cassady, a Civil War soldier buried in Union Co. We are trying to provide a link to the stones of CW soldiers on our website and to feature the photo and what we know about the soldier on our Facebook page. You would be given full credit. We hope you will help us in this way.
|Toni Marie||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for adding my family's memorials to the site. Also, thank you for maintaining them for all of this time. I appreciate you transferring them my way as I start to create a digital family tree for my nephew. Thank you, again. Take care!
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