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I started working on my family tree in 2010 and found this wonderful site. Since then I have found many of my relatives from kind people that took the time to find their graves. Thank you to everyone that has helped me.|
Please feel free to use any of the photos that I have taken and if you would like for me to transfer anyone to you I will be glad to if they are not related to me. To send corrections, please use the "Edit" tab in the upper right hand side of the memorial page. This will send the correction to my profile page under my edit tab.
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Sure! They were 86292603, 87404080, 86292617 and 87404114. Thank you SO MUCH!!
Added by Laura on Aug 18, 2014 11:20 AM
Hi!, Thanks so much for the edit you suggested on the Gladden's. I've recently had a bad experience with undocumented edits. I approved edits just because someone suggested them and they turned out to be wrong:( Someone contacted Find A Grave complaining and Find A Grave advised me to have people post documentation to the memorial they are suggesting changes to (i.e. marriage certificate, death cert, birth cert, etc). I feel like such a witch declining people edits because I know that not all the information on the edits submitted is incorrect. So I've come to a sort of happy medium... I post a note on the memorial with the suggested changes until it can be documented. That way the info is not lost and someone else researching the same family can see it. Thanks for understanding.
Added by Laura on Aug 18, 2014 8:26 AM
|armand, keeper of the flame||austin family|
I am doing research on the Austin family and have traced them back to Virginia in 1811 in Richmond.. not sure county or city. Wonder if you had run across a Francis Austin in your research. He would have married Mary Polly Talman in 1811.
|armand, keeper of the flame||Family Research|
I am doing research on the Austin family and I sent you an email.
Thanks for the transfer of Henrietta Watkins Greenstreet and her son George T. Greenstreet. I knew their death dates but did not know for sure where they were buried until you listed them here. I'm hoping that Henrietta's husband Henry H Greenstreet is buried with her and hopefully they have a stone or two to photograph. he was a Civil War Veteran and died in 1919.
Thank you for the links. I was not sure that these were his parents. This was a nice story. My Aunt lost her brother in Italy around this same place and time. Thanks again G Agee.
Added by agagee on Apr 26, 2014 4:44 PM
|Vicki Bullard||Eliza Elliot Ramseur|
Thank you Cynthia for the additional info you provided for this memorial. Would you please verify for me that it is correct as I am not sure that I received all the edits you mentioned. Her Mem. # is 124243135. Thanks, Vicki
Thanks for your interest in the Gordon family. I transferred management of the records over to you. Since I'm not related, I don't have any sense of ownership, I just happened to be there and thought I would document the undocumented. Cheers!
Added by BRW on Apr 05, 2014 1:39 PM
|Susan Carberry||Thank you|
Thank you so much for taking pictures of my Browning ancestors in Riverview Cem. Richmond VA. So appreciate your gift.
Susan Browning Carberry
Thank you for adding Charles Harman date of birth.
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