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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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|Connie Wood||RE: Basil Lynn|
Actually Basil lived in Greenville SC, and died in NY. HE had asked to go back home. He was born and lived in Amsterdam NY. Then he and his mother moved to Cedar Lane, New York Mills, NY. They moved and lived in Sc 17 years and when he was very ill he asked to go home to NY. They went to the Utica NY area, and within 2 days I believe he passed. He was buried in the NY cemetery. I was 12 when they married and we lived first on Cedar Lane in NY Mills, then Burrstone Rd. in NY Mills. Later we moved to Ballston Spa NY.
So if asked this is the real story.
|Connie Wood||Basil Arthur Lynn|
Hi I was Basil's Stepdaughter. The information you have on him is entirely wrong. His mother was Gertrude Lynn, father Arthur Lynn. Basil's birth cert name was Basil Arthur Orth Lynn.(all from mom as she has the birth records. Dates of his Birth and Death and location of burial are correct but the rest is not Wrong family.
Hope this helps you
|Alicia Houston||Dona J. Queen Alford|
Dear Jacklyn, thanks for the information on Dona Alice Queen Jones. You are correct - she is not the same person as Dona J. Queen Alford. I have corrected Find A Grave and information on the Alford American Family Association (AAFA) website. I also took a look into FamilySearch and disconnected Dona Queen Alford from the family of John H. Queen. However, after looking more closely at census records, I suspect Dona Alford must be his niece (a daughter of one of his brothers). Hopefully all of the connections have been unloosed! Thank you for bringing this to my attention. Alicia
|Vickie Oates Woods||Bynum Edgar Spake # 147144975|
Thank you very much for finding my mistake and letting me know. It has been corrected. I appreciate your help.
|reba||great great grandfather|
the picture you posted of John Jackson Patterson is my great great grandfather...where did you get the picture ? and do you have anymore ?
Added by reba on Jan 11, 2016 1:46 PM
|Rita Osborne||Memorial# 118712144|
If you go to your edit tab, and then the drop down menu that is there. You'll see one that says edits I have sent that were declined. Then under that one you'll find the one you sent for Berna. As the edit you sent and what the memorial has on it are going to be different. I do not remember what was different. I can put the records in her bio. I believe the edit you sent to me Removed her parents.
Awesome! Added obit to memorial. Thanks for info. Susan
Added by Susan on Jul 20, 2015 2:38 PM
|Mike Huffstetler||RE: John Thomas Lynn|
You are welcome. It was a pleasure to help you with this one. It is possible to be kin my wife has over 20,000 people in her tree
Thank you so much for the Lynn updates. They are greatly appreciated.
|Orlean Smith||Anna Quattlebaum 137652249|
I saw your message with another user about this person and Nancy Alice (9218829). I've been trying to figure out the details, I suppose they could have the year incorrect on Nancy's marker but I do know that her twin, Thomas J is also listed as being born in 1917. The information you posted does show that Anna's parents are the same as Tommy and Nancy Alice and I had seen that before. If you still have the pdf of the obit, could you send it to me? Their newspaper isn't online that I can find and I cannot get to Jax any time soon. I don't know a lot about the circumstances, my great-grandfather was their brother. Thanks so much!
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