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I have been doing family history for over 40 years. Find A Grave has added a new dimension to my family tree. I have added some memorials and, with the help of FAG volunteers, been able to link others and have completely linked my direct line as far back as their physical location is known. I have been able to add pictures to many memorials and have even found new cousins. Thank you FAG volunteers. |
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|Tennessee Irish||Col. Marcellus Pointer|
My ancestor, Col. Marcellus Pointer (116589233) was actually buried in Memphis, TN. I have made him a memorial page. When his relatives learned of his death, they had his body shipped home.
|Sandra Lee||Martin Stevens|
We are attempting to help a relative of Martin Stevens 1848 - 1907 find his grave in the Camp Capt. Mooney Cemetery. We visited the cemetery yesterday and walked through the cemetery several times and were unable to locate the grave marker. Can you give us any further info. about where the grave is located in the cemetery? Also, what source for his information did you use.
The relative lives in Tennessee so he is not able to research this very well.
|Johnny||RE: Anna Quattlebaum|
Good morning Jackie,
ThIs is what makes this so interesting. They may be twins. I just found it interesting that the month and day of birth and death were the same . There is probably a very sad story involved. Have a blessed day.
Added by Johnny on Oct 24, 2014 8:42 AM
|Mike Huffstetler||RE: Gantt photo and transfers|
You are welcome It was a pleasure to help you. I don't pay any attention to the transfer guidelines. If some one who knows them better than I do they are welcome to them. It is better for some one who knows them and can add info to them rather than just sit there with very little info on them
|Johnny||James F. Roach|
Thank you very much for the obituary . I have added it to his memorial and I found a marker photo in my file and have added it. The grave marker for James Roach is next to a marker for Lillian Frankland Roach White, 1874- 1956. This was probably his wife. I added a marker photo to her memorial also. Thank you again and keep up the good work.
Added by Johnny on May 28, 2014 12:59 PM
|Mike Huffstetler||RE: Howard Dellinger|
You are welcome. It is always a pleasure to help you with your request. Not sure if its the water or lots live off their farms. But we have a few in our Family also. Our next door neighbor was 103 when she went
|Ellen Sutherland Butler||RE: Jane Styles Lynn|
Jackie, I also took a lot more pictures of some Lynn's, Styles and a few others that may some way be related. Of course I couldn't connect some but a few I took weren't on Find A Grave so I was able to add those and connect them to family that I knew,or was pretty certain, were connected. Glad to help.
|Sue Leitzsey Bradley||Palmer Moore|
Thanks for the links to Palmer's parents.
|Mike Huffstetler||RE: Leonard & Nellie Smith|
You are welcome It is always a pleasure to help you with your request
|Kathy from Arkansas||Margaret Lynn Hall|
I have looked again atmy data and compared with the memorial #54366889 for Margaret. To be honest I don't know what to do. The memorial states she was born in 1907, that would be about the right age for Thomas Oscar and Minnie Pearl to be her parents, and it would explain that there were not two Margarets in that family as well. I think I will delete her from John Thomas Lynn and Harriet M. Walker Lynn's children, if indeed she is their child, someone can always add her back. This way, I think is less confusing.
Thank You so much for pointing this out for me.
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