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ohlw (#47569794)
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Bio Photo I'm Pat and have been researching my family tree for 30 years. My family lines are Bean, Gaw, Gore, Dennis, Kinnaird, Bullington, Judd, Terry, most all in the Putnam/Jackson County, TN area.

I have searched my local cemeteries in Ohio for other researchers and am happy to look for gravestones for someone far away. I know how thrilling it is to find another piece of the puzzle. I've had people help me so it's all about keeping it going.

For me, this is not a competition to see who can have the most memorials. My purpose is to capture the records of people who have passed for future generations who might one day look for their final resting place. I believe every person's grave should be respected.

If I manage a memorial for your family member and I am not also related I am happy to transfer to you. I do not follow the guidelines for transfers - I believe memorials should be managed by their family members or close friends, whatever the relationship. It would be selfish of me to keep your family members' memorial. Families have more information and photos and have an attachment to that person that a stranger doesn't have. So don't hesitate to ask for a transfer even if you're not in the 4-generation guideline!
You are welcome to use my photos in your family trees, ancestry, etc. A credit would be nice, but again, not why I do it.

If you do not have an email listed on your profile and you have your messages disabled, please leave me a message as to your source(s) for edits you have sent me, otherwise I have no way to contact you and may have to decline your edits.
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jaimystery
RE: Margaret Calderwood #112114533
Pat,
The note is a good idea.

As for the relationship - Margaret was my 6th great aunt through her father. I appreciate the offer to transfer the record but it's not necessary. She's in good hands with you.

Jai
Added by jaimystery on Nov 22, 2016 5:20 AM
jaimystery
RE: Margaret Calderwood #112114533
Hi Pat,
There's a Darke County marriage on 17 Apr 1851 in County Marriages 1789-2013 on familysearch.org between Nathaniel Ross & Margaret Calderwood (Caldiwood) but it doesn't have ages.

I thought I had a second record (1860 Census) that showed them in the same residence but now I can't find it. I also don't have a census entry in 1860 for Margaret. (There is another chart on Ancestry that had this marriage listed but w/out a citation which started me looking through other sources to see where it came from - leading to the familysearch record).

I originally thought that the couple that married were a Ross son/Calderwood daughter. Or different Nathanial Ross & Margaret Calderwood entirely especially as the 1870 census has both Nathaniel and Margaret living separately with family members.

I'm leaving it up you to add or not.

Added by jaimystery on Nov 21, 2016 5:01 AM
imagal49
RE: Barbara Hawkins
You're very welcome!
Added by imagal49 on Nov 15, 2016 2:38 AM
imagal49
Barbara Hawkins
I've added her maiden name Mayberry. As for the last name, please see naming conventions on Find A Grave - the name on the headstone (her 1st marriage name) is the one they want used. Other marriages can be recorded in the bio section (as you have done).
Added by imagal49 on Nov 15, 2016 2:18 AM
John & Retta Waggoner
RE: Joseph Judd # 140272057
Pat, I added the photos you requested. I also added photos for a couple of Lundy memorials you created.
John
Added by John & Retta Waggoner on Nov 14, 2016 5:57 AM
Observer4wing
RE: Olers transfers
You're welcome. I'm not related to the family. I hope you can add to them.

Lisa

Added by Observer4wing on Nov 09, 2016 12:56 AM
Diane & John
Re: Condolence on John
Thank you so much on your kind condolences for John. He was the driving force for taking the photos of tombstones & entering them on Find A Grave. I haven't the heart to go out yet on my own but do intend to keep up the maintenance & edits for our entries.

Diane
Added by Diane & John on Aug 16, 2016 12:40 PM
Sherry Passon Wray
Scott Fitzgerald
Thank you, I will correct this right now!!
Added by Sherry Passon Wray on Aug 12, 2016 4:20 PM
genealogyfever
Judd Family
I was interested in your JUDD family. My mother's direct line is JUDD.

I can not get past Richard D. JUDD. I was wondering if you have this line in your information.

Richard D. JUDD is the farthest I can get back. Richard was suppose to be born abt 1833 in Indiana. He was married on 6 June 1849 in Dearborn, Indiana to Eleanor Luke.

I can find him on the 1860 census for Vigo County, Indiana with wife Eleanor and children George, Albert, John and Elizabeth.

I can not find them in the 1850 census, nor in anything after 1860.

My mother's line goes through George.
George Judd was born in Indiana abt April 1849. He was married to Mary Frances Thurman/Shuman/Shewmon/Shewman (depending on which marriage record you look at) on 11 October 1884, Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana...the situation is I believe they are married and divorced and then remarried as they have a son, Frank M. Judd that is believed to be born abt 1878, Indiana. (His marriage certificate lists parents as George Judd and Mary F Shewmon, so I am sure that this is THEIR child by a previous marriage)
George and Mary Frances Judd's children were:
Frank M. Judd
Roy Judd
{Twins
Charles Judd
Forst Warn Judd

My mother's line is through Roy.

If any of this sounds familiar, I would love to talk to you more.

Thank you for your time and consideration!
Angel
Added by genealogyfever on Aug 01, 2016 10:43 AM
BBrown
Heady
I would say the one in Crestview is the correct one
Crestview was called Gallatin memorial when it first opened
I will delete the one in Gallati cemetery
Bbrown
Added by BBrown on Jul 24, 2016 1:56 PM
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