|Jeffrey Lee||Agnes White # 142109516|
Hi -- do you happen to know what Agnes' maiden name was? She and her husband Joseph used to be next door neighbors to my family in St. Augustine, FL. Just curious... :) Jeff
|Katie Tambon||Geffken Family|
I am trying to find more information about Herman H Geffken, his family, and his business. I work for a restaurant owner who recently just bought a building which Herman Geffken's grocery was in from 1901-1940's. We want to know more of this building's history and feature that in our restaurant. We feel strongly about preserving history and having a story to tell. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks so much!
|Anna Chandler||RE: Duplicate Memorial #131071738|
Nancy, We can work to merge the three into one. I'm away from home right now - but will work to make this happen as soon as I can. Anna
My email address has changed - need to update with Findagrave.
|Sharon||Amanda "Ama" Carper Heath|
Checked my 2 main sources for her and couldn't find out why I added Smith, will continue looking.
But changed it to Heath.
Added by Sharon on Aug 21, 2016 7:04 AM
|Angela Goldsmith||Florence Mcdonough|
Double check the memorials to make sure the corrections went through properly.
Did the mother and daughter have the same full names?
|Barb (Kister) Morris||Re: transfers|
I transferred the requested Glade Spring memorials to you. If I missed any, please resubmit transfer again. Glad I could help out in some small way.
|David Wilmering||Ralph Wormeley Norris Sr.|
Ralph's parents are William Horton Norris 1819-1857 and Mary Opie 1819-1886. The parents that are listed are the parents of Anna Byrd Harrison the wife of Ralph. Just for information West Virginia did not exist in 1855 which would mean that Ralph was born in Charles Town, Jefferson, Virginia.
|Mary Landfair Whiting||RE: Palmer Family photos at Woodlands Cemetery|
It was my pleasure. I'm glad I could help.
|Gail and Scott Hannah||Brick Bethel|
FYI- Great article on website "Historic Rural Churches of Georgia." gail
|David Fleming||Cenotaph marker for Amos L. Ames|
Thanks for bringing this matter to my attention about the actual burial record and the cenotaph record for Amos L. Ames.
I will try to follow the Find A Grave guideline shown below to remove confusion and I am waiting to hear back from Find A Grave.
What is a cenotaph? How do I have a memorial designated as a cenotaph?
A cenotaph is a tomb or a monument erected in honor of a person or group of persons whose remains are buried elsewhere. It can also be the initial marker for a person who has since been interred elsewhere.
To add a cenotaph, create a memorial just like any other. Then email firstname.lastname@example.org with a link to the memorial and a message to mark it as a cenotaph. Please only add relationship links to the actual burial memorial, when a cenotaph and an actual burial both exist.
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