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I believe that relatives and friends should have any
memorials I maintain transferred to them, regardless
of what the guidelines are. Of course if I am a closer relative, the memorial will not be transferred. If I am a closer friend, it will not be
transferred. If the memorial is of a close friend of mine, and the requester is a distant relative, I might not transfer. Please, please use the edit tab on the memorial you wish transferred to you.
Also, I may ask for some proof of any claims of your relationship or friendship. You'll never know if I will transfer a memorial unless you ask.
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|CatheaC||RE: Thanks for the transfer|
I know a lot of people go by the letter of the law - that is ridiculous!!! If they aren't related to me I would rather family have them to take care of them. You are very welcome!
Added by CatheaC on Aug 01, 2014 9:41 PM
|Leslie Vollnogle||Olga Bellamy|
Thank you for sending me the correct information on Olga Evans Burchell Bellamy's last name at her death. Since there is already a memorial for her under her correct last name, I am going to delete my memorial and could you please attach your memorial of Clay Smith Burchell 130623582 to this other memorial for Olga Bellamy 93096483. Thanks for the correction.
|bbates||RE: 4 Little Bates|
Thank you for contacting me...at this time you do not need to transfer to me. I am still still working on the Bates line. I have not seen anything else indicating where Minnie was actually buried. James T, her husband was buried in Jefferson County and I believe it was him that actually ended up in a Catholic home for the poor. Heart breaking seeing they lost the 4 little ones. I think there is another sister to trace....Harriet. I am using Ancestry.com right now. If I find anything on Minnie (love her name) I will be happy to let you know.
Bonnie Bates England
Added by bbates on Apr 15, 2014 7:04 PM
Thank you for caring for the sites. The 4 little ones that were taken so soon from this family were my first cousins once removed. Their father, James T Bates was a brother to my grandfather Albert Willis Bates. My own brother was named for James T (Terry) Bates.
Added by bbates on Apr 15, 2014 8:00 AM
I am Hubert Cochran's grandaughter. My mother was his daughter, Rose Marie Cochran (1928-2013) I would love to visit and pay my respects to my Grandpapa (who I never got a chance to meet) before I move back to Idaho in May. Did you take the photo and if so, can you give me some specifics on how to find his marker and his sons, Gordon Joel and Joel Gordon, if they are also there at Union Band Cemetery, which I believe they are. I will be driving up there in a couple weeks and would so appreciate any help you or anyone else could provide. I'm afraid that I will get there and be lost, not knowing where anything is. I will be traveling alone. It means the world to me. Thank you! Beverly
|Nancy Woodard||RE: Transfer|
I totally agree with you.
Thanks for getting the pic of my relative's memorial.
May I use it on my family tree on Ancestry.com?
GGS9 of George Puffer
Added by NCDave on May 27, 2013 8:30 PM
|Wendy Wiestling Juodikis||RE: Sheridan J. & Marie N. Waggoner|
I added a photo to Marie Waggoner's memorial. She certainly deserves to be recognized next to her husband Sheridan. Thanks for sending me the message...Wendy
|Perry Brantley||Thomas J. and Alice H. Miller|
Thank-you for the outstanding pics...!
|Eye Remember U||Gladys T Scott|
Thank you for the photo of her and John's headstone. It is greatly appreciated
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