|Gregory Laughlin (#47767962)|
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I only post memorials for people to whom I am related by blood or marriage (with two exceptions, see below). I also maintain an Ancestory.com site with information on my deceased relatives. I'm happy to share links to that site upon request from any relative.|
Transfer requests will be honored for any memorials honoring any of person to whom I am collaterally related whenever the person making the request is more closely related to the decedent than I am. Please request transfers via the "Suggest a Correction" link under the "Edit" tab on the memorial in question with your request to have the memorial transferred to you. Please include your relationship, along with your Find A Grave contributor number, along with the Find A Grave memorial number(s) for any memorial(s) you are requesting be transferred.
The "Suggest a Correction" feature may also be used to submit corrections, an original biography, and family links to memorials even if you are not requesting transfer of maintenance. I would also appreciate any information which you could provide to update and/or correct the genealogical information contained on my genealogy website.
I have begun posting memorials for members of the 27th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment when such memorials are not already posted. I will happily transfer those memorials to direct or close collateral descendants of those veterans.
I have also posted a few memorials for deceased members of my high school graduating class. Again, I will happily transfer those memorials to close family members of the deceased.
* Missouri Death Certificates
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* Civil War Soldiers & Sailors
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|derek ||great grand son|
My name is Derek Skinner, my Grandmother was Ina Virginia Smith Laughlin. She was the youngest daughter of John Richard Laughlin born in 1918. I noticed she was not listed in the list of children of John Richard Laughlin and Myrtle Laughlin. I am fairly certain due to the photo albums I have, she is their daughter. I am her grandson and would be happy to get into contact with you to discuss our shared lineage. What is the best way to contact you? My email address is: email@example.com. I look forward to hearing from you! Derek Thomas Skinner
Added by derek on Sep 03, 2014 7:45 PM
|Ruth Smith||RE: Grave Photo for Craig Winchester|
You are very welcome.
And again Welcome. Barb
Added by BALN on Jun 30, 2014 4:04 PM
|Dawn Lutes||RE: Eva Emaline (Autrey) Lutes|
Eva's husband Virgil would be my great uncle.
|SSGT (USAF) Colleen Jeffries||hi please read|
Can I have a picture of my great grandmother Melinda Barks Berry thanksmy email
|Sonja Turner||George Jasper Kendrick, Memorial# 66146876|
Thanks, Gregory, for your quick response~ I knew it was a long shot but had to try! Anyway, always nice to "meet" more family~ Guess you and my husband are distant cousins~ I have enjoyed researching the Kendrick family. Happy hunting, Sonja Turner
|Sonja Turner||Photograph on Memorial# 66146876|
Hi Gregory, You placed a photograph on the memorial of George Jasper Kendrick of "Jasper" and his brothers. Would you happen to know which of the brothers are in the photo? I think he had 3 brothers (John Cummins, James Franklin and William). John Cummins Kendrick was my husband's Great-Great Grandfather, and I was hoping one of the brothers might be John? Thanks for your help! Sonja Turner, #46583962
|JEANIE EDWARDS BARKER||RE: Harper Graves|
You are so welcome. Glad to get some family posted for you. Hopefully that Cemetery will be fully photograped soon.
|Mary J Kenner||Hiram & Amelia Berry|
The picture of Hiram Sr. and his wife. .. I think that Hiram Sr. and his daughter Malinda. William lived up on Greasy Creek, three miles out of Marquand. (Behind Walnut Grove Church), close to Klondike.
One of the decendants of the People who purchased this land from the Berry's tgave me this same picture and a picture of a house on Greasy Creek that she said was the Berry house, was there where it was purchased from the Berry's and they had been in possession of that land ever since. She said the picture was Hiram Sr. and his daughter Malinda. Previously I had received this picture from my grandfathers niece in Washington and she said it was Hiram Sr. and his wife, but she also sent me a tintype of Hiram Sr.'s wife when she was young.
Mike got his pictures from me, plus several Loaned to him from Estell.
Mary Jarrell Kenner
|Phyllis June "Miller" Johnson||Walter Copeland|
I'm wondering if you might know who this man married. I have a Walter Copeland that lived in St. Louis that died in 1949 and was married to Mae Cummins. Thanks if you can help
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