|Kathy Franks (#47925958)|
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My direct lineages include Collins, Cunningham, Hopkins and Robinson. My husband's families are Franks, Morgan, Reid, Taylor. I was born and continue to live in Howell County, MO.|
I always do additional research for death certificates or have found the person's obit in
the archived newspapers at the public library before I suggest an edit to the creator of the memorial.
If I have entered your relative and you would like a transfer of their memorial, please send me a request. I have no desire to "own" a large number of memorials, I just want people to be able to find their relatives resting places. If you see a mistake I have made, or would like some addtional information added, just let me know, I will warn you that I probably will transfer the memorial to you if you have an interest in it. Please do not add obit information in flower section. You may send the information you would like added using the message option, edit link or email with correct information, I will respond to all.
I would prefer that copies of the death certificate not be added to memorials I have created as I have found them to contain incorrect information. Dates and the location of burial are frequently incorrect.
If you think it is necessary to add a picture of the memorial card from the funeral or death certificate, please use OTHER option so it does not push the picture of gravestone or of the person off page. (If you will refer to FAQ page you will notice that names of living relatives are not to be added to memorials without family consent.)
I have added some relatives that I have knowledge of but don't know where they are buried. If you have informaion of any of these, please let me know.
YOU MAY COPY OR USE ANY PICTURES I HAVE ADDED, (I WOULD HOPE THAT YOU DO THE SAME WITH YOURS).
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|Chris J||RE: Burk Hopkins|
No problem, just noticed difference on stone and thouget it was typo. Know what you mean about spelling. My great grand mother's stone was ordered by a tinker when he went to a big town and it was returned to her husband with Jamason spelled Jemmison. Guess he spelled it the way her Irish husband made it sound.
Added by Chris J on Dec 18, 2014 4:33 PM
Thank you for your memorial for LaVerne,,,we were very saddened to hear about her passing,,,we are in Wa. state,but through this we can remember her,,,our love to you and yours
|Mitch Strickland||RE: William George|
The GIS system should get you close. I noticed the GIS system listed the next plot over as empty, yet they had a photo attached to that record. It was the GEORGE tombstone photo. So, I think he is actually in that plot. The database listed three other non-related folks in the first plot.
Hence, I think there records may be off here and there. You must look closely to everything surrounding where your interest is to make sure.
|Roger Ripley||RE: Winnie Ripley|
That is sad to hear. Thank you for letting me know. Perhaps I can get a family member to get it fixed. I appreciate you letting me know. Roger Ripley
|Raye Smith||RE: William Peace photo request|
Thank you so much for letting me know. I appreciate it and will note the info in my tree.
Take care, and cheers to you for all your work!
|David Qualls||RE: Aline McBride photo request|
I was afraid that there was not one for her grave. I do appreciate you trying and appreciate all the work that you do
|Arthur Ridley||RE: J. Lee Hudson|
Thanks but Jesse Lee Hudson falls outside Find A Grave guidelines and it appears you are doing a swell job of maintaining his memorial.
|Arthur Ridley||RE: J. Lee Hudson|
According to my records, J.L. Hudson would be Jesse Lee Hudson, son of Jesse F. & Susan G. (Short) Hudson. I submitted a name change before I realized that you were the contributor. Hope that doesn't confuse things.
|Matt Greenberg||RE: George Butcher|
Kathy: I'm sorry I don't have George's parents, and I'm very unsure of his wife's too. I hope to uncover that information, but at this point I'm no help I'm afraid.
Thanks again for the photo.
Thank you so very much for taking your time and doing this. It means a great deal to me. I hope you have a wonderful night.
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