|Ron Johnson (#48035319)|
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I'm back. Someone kept deleting the names with no death date. Several were definately dead and I did not know the death date. Now they are gone and I cannot replace them - they are now lost forever. Including all the information I got from several sources.|
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|Wendy EBENSTEIN Norman ♥||RE: 163908440|
Hello Ron, I think this is not right for this person. Because when you look a little farther you see that this Madeline Bassham &William C Davis are from Minner Hill, Giles, Tennessee. And there memorial can be found at # 66029942.
Tennessee Marriage Records have William C Davis married Madleen Cross on 27 Jun 1948 in Giles County.
Wendy EBENSTEIN Norman
|Mary Bob McClain||52903581|
did you send me the edit on this one?
|MaryJane Adkissson||Thanks for the Info|
Thank you Ron. My Grandmother is buried at Johnson's Chapel in Santa Fe, Tn. It is pretty much on the Maury + Williamson County line.
I was never told that my Daddy lived in Humphreys County, but, but the bio you gave, I guess he did. Thank you for this information and census records.
Check profile #116998036 birthdate and name on tombstone don't match, in some of the info. Same thing with spouse's profile. jgvols
Added by JGVols on Dec 23, 2016 11:49 PM
|Carole Elizabeth Nurmi Cummings # 47178231||I am so glad you wrote me back.|
The one about Uncle Ned going in for his third heart surgery did make me chuckle! Hugs sent your way for the funny sentiment!
It is with laughter and making light of things which help us let things go!
Thanks for the smile! Still smiling over here!
Good Ole Uncle Ned .... you are soooo funny!
Will keep up with you from time to time. You are performing such a vital function with the details. Love love LOVE what you are doing!
Thanks again buddy!
|Carole Elizabeth Nurmi Cummings # 47178231||PS|
Did you ever figure out who or why your memorials were deleted? I am baffled why over 2200 of my photos are now gone that I uploaded. I am still getting teary eyed over here. With Christmas approaching and all of my children being home for the first time in 18 years, I need to shake this feeling of loss. This will probably be the last time all my children and their families will be together for Christmas before I am gone.
I am a loss for words. Once the nurse anesthetist cut the nerves to my right leg with that spinal block needle used for anesthesia , I have battling feelings of loss. I had found comfort in adding information to findagrave working eight hours or more each day. I was hoping I could help others. I wanted to help someone else.
To see all of the work gone is more tough that I thought. I am heart broken.
|Carole Elizabeth Nurmi Cummings # 47178231||Truly truly a wonderful job!|
I do hope you have a terrific holiday season.
The Census Records information and all of the additional information you are adding wowed me. I simply had to put down what I was doing and pen you those words of praise. AMAZING!
Hugs once again!
|Carole Elizabeth Nurmi Cummings # 47178231||I wanted to send you words of appreciation.|
I had to take a few moments to pen words of praise and deep appreciation for the wonderful work you are doing here on findagrave.
You have spent an inordinate amount of time recording obituaries and census information on the bio section of your memorials. How fabulous is this!
This work you have done will benefit many of those relatives for years to come! Your work will live on.
Once I got hurt and paralyzed, I was distraught and could not stop feeling sorry for all that had happened. With findagrave, I was able to 'give back' to the community. I wanted to leave something of value. With my diminish in value due to the fact that I could no longer drive and do for others, I felt as if I could have a purpose to help those who did not have the research skills I had developed.
Much of the work we do is for the benefit of others. And the detail in all of your memorials has taken hours and hours of selfish service.
I, for one, applaud your efforts and do recognize the work you had done. Many many many thanks are being sent your way!
May you have a WONDERFUL holiday season. Kudos and a pat on the back for all the typing and information that has gone into each and every memorial of yours.
I am saddened by the fact that others deleted some of your memorials. I had over 2200 of my uploads deleted as well. It took me about an hour to piece together a word document and make into a jpeg format those jpegs I uploaded. I truly wanted others to have the obituaries of their relatives. Recently I was able to find my own families' obits and knew how important that was to family members. Countless hours and newspaper subscriptions go into this research.
I contacted newspapers to obtain permission to add obits. The Southeastern New York Library Council was thrilled that I was doing this work for them. One of the librarians said that the purpose was to make this information public and available.
Don't feel upset that your memorials are gone. I am trying to do the same. With all the good folks could do, I find it incredulous that some find the time to undo the 'good' when their efforts could be directed to add. Hugs of appreciation sent your way! Have a very happy new year.
Hang in there. You are doing a terrific job. I, for one, recognize your efforts and wanted to thank you.
|JGVols||RE: Glenda Ruth Myers Johnson|
Why bother sending me a note if you somehow already merged them!!
Added by JGVols on Dec 10, 2016 6:31 PM
|Mary Bob McClain||glenda ruth myers johnson|
duplicate of your #146283221
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