|Judy Litton (#47776272)|
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Hi, my name is Judy Carpenter Litton, I have been a genealogist for over 25 years. I was born in Harvey County, Kansas,lived the first 13 years of my life in Peabody, Marion County, Kansas then my parents moved to Scott County, Kansas. My husband Larry an I live in Holcomb, Finney County, Kansas. We have 2 children, 5 grandchildren and 2 greatgrand sons and a great granddaughter. My husband and I are retired and together we are ready willing and able to be photo volunteers.|
Happy searching, Judy
April 3, 2012, well it is my 70th birthday and I am still enjoying life and genealogy. I hope future generations will appreciate my work, if you find errors I am so sorry. When I first started research 20 + years ago, you needed to visit cemeteries yourself and write letters to the older relatives and read lots and lots of books. Now you vist the internet. I have found errors, additions, and many many relatives and friends. It is so easy to sit at my desk and type a quick note to someone. Have a great time researching and I hope I have helped someone out there. Judy
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|MGlazeHart||Erma Glaze Patee|
Than you for the transfer on Erma to me.
|Linda Davis||RE: Welcome to Find A Grave|
Yes, I am aware that Ancestry purchased Find A Grave but Jim Tipton, the guy who started the website is still managing it and his guidelines still stand until we hear different, right? I think he covers that subject too in the guidelines.
|Linda Davis||Welcome to Find A Grave|
I see that you are a fairly new member. Welcome to Find A Grave.
The guidelines for making a memorial are located on the left side of any memorial under the link "Help with Find A Grave". This is a grave registration site and the first thing you need to make a memorial is the grave site. One memorial for one grave. You have a grace period of 30 days on recent deaths to find a grave site. Please read the guidelines to more understand what the site's purpose is.
When posting a photo on a memorial, you are given an option of putting a grave photo or personal photo. If you put a person's photo under the grave site option, it will show on the search index with a tombstone icon ....meaning no need to check as there is a grave photo already on the memorial. That is very important to the photographers. You have six memorials with unknown grave sites yet these memorial have tombstone icons on them. When you look at the memorial it is a priceless personal photo.
I hope I have helped with the guidelines. If there are any questions, the is the discussion forums and one of the administrators or seasoned member can help you.
Have fun graving...
|Linda Davis||RE: Glover|
In an email with the subject line "Needs Merge", send a link to your memorial along with a link to the original to Edit @ findagrave.com and the memorial will be merged in about 4-7 days. If this is a close relative, you may explain that and ask for the relationship links to stay.
|David Schram||RE: Janzen continued|
Caroline, Mary, and Jacob Janzen are buried in the North Mennonite Brethren Cemetery. The South Mennonite Brethren Cemetery and the Mennonite Brethren Cemetery are one in the same.
Added by Marla on Jun 10, 2014 10:45 AM
|Barb Winterfield||RE: Mary Berning|
I am the grand-daughter of Elizabeth Catherine Berning Kohl, a sister to Mary Berning.
|Marie Reynolds||RE: Kimberly Carpenter|
Ahhh...got it. Where is William Franklin Carpenter buried? I thought he died in Colorado but have him buried in Kansas.
|Marie Reynolds||Kimberly Carpenter|
This is Marie Reynolds. Got a question for you about Kimberly Carpenter. How is she related to William and Lois Carpenter? Their stones are the same so it tells me that there is a connection somewhere.
|Charlene Sinclair||RE: Davis|
I don't really have Davis' in Missouri.
Mine came from Illinois, to Arkansas
and to Oklahoma where I was born. My
grandmother was born in Jasper Co., Missouri
and her parents came from Barton Co., Missouri.
Last names were Mercer and Carns.
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