I've been working on our family tree since 1996 when my Dad passed all of his research to me to continue. I enjoy linking memorials of family members. Hopefully it will make it easier for future searchers to find their roots, and family & friend's memorials. I have no problem transferring a memorial to a closer relative or friend -- and very much appreciate the ones that have been transferred to me. Also appreciate the many generous & helpful people working as contributors -- thanks so much. Barb
For the Lord is good and His love endures forever; His faithfulness continues through all generations. Psalms 100:5
RE: Mary Ann Gourley McGinnis Thank you very much for the information. I appreciate all of the work that has been done for Find-A-Grave. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Could you send me a copy of the original? I thank you very much. Elna King
William Harold Munds Regarding Memorial 21468405, for William Harold Munds. The Memorial shows his birth date as December 20, 1890, and death date as July 29, 1951. However, the grave marker shows birth December 20, 1893, and death July 31, 1951. Is there a reason why the dates on the Memorial and the marker do not match? LeRoy.
RE: Samuel C. Plemmons Not a problem, I am researching all the Plemmons in the US and someone else contacted me about Samuel and his children. I have more information on Samuel and his extended family if you are interested, please contact me directly at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. I used to keep the Newsletter website up for Plemmons/Plemons/Plemens...etc but I still have all the newsletters. Helen Parker
Allen Jeffrey Atwell Hi - I was wondering if you know if Allen Jeffery Atwell attended Lawrence University in Appleton WI - I came across some info about the first graduating class of 1857 and he is listed in the group.
82383062 Ora Crawford Timmis Barb, Thank you for the transfer. I have deleted my entry so that there is no duplication. I need to check my photo; I think it may be clearer than the one posted. I may add it. If you check the Timmis names at Elsinore Cemetery, there are many. There may have been only one grave purchased when husband died. Ora or her remaining family may have opted to be buried where her parents were. This is just speculation.