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Hello, I am just another genealogy gal that enjoys helping others when possible. |
If there is EVER any information I am wrong with, PLEASE email me and I will change it.
My main family lines are Tolbert and Cook with their many branches.
If you wish a memorial to be transferred to you, TELL ME HOW YOU ARE RELATED to the person and I will definately consider transferring it. Of course, it all depends on if/how I might be related also. Even if you are not related, I will consider transferring if they are not in my direct tree. Once I transfer, you may do as you wish with the memorial.
Many of the stones that I photograph are not related to me at all. I just try to add as many as I can for someone else to find their relatives on findagrave. So please ask for the transfers if you want them.
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|Chiquita||Earnest Elmer Beaty|
Our families truly appreciate your gracious transfer.
Added by Chiquita on Aug 26, 2017 9:16 PM
|Shari||RE: Grandlawn Cemetery|
Thank you....for all your contributions, thank you for sharing your photos, thank you for your speedy reply. =) Shari
Added by Shari on May 29, 2017 6:45 PM
Hi Cabingirl, I'm brand new to researching family history. My father and grandparents are buried in Grandlawn Cemetery in Wayne County, MI. I took photos today of their headstones and am uploading. I would love to add your Grandlawn pic and cemetery map to their memorial so others can more easily find them in this huge cemetery. May I have your permission?
Thanks for your time, Shari
Added by Shari on May 29, 2017 5:14 PM
|Barbara Muir||RE: re your FAG photos|
Many thanks. Very occasionally some people do not want to allow their photos on Find A Grave to go on ancestry.com, (even though they put them online), so I always ask permission. Bye from Aussie Barb.
|Barbara Muir||re your FAG photos|
Many thanks for the wonderful work you and other Find A Grave contributors do by taking photos of Grave Markers and Cemetery Entrances.I would like to add your Cemetery Entrance Photo of the Grand Lawn Cemetery to my family tree on Ancestry.com. I will give you the photo credit eg “Photo Credit: Thanks to “cabingirl” Find A Grave Website, photo used with permission.” Many thanks Barb Muir Gillespie – from Australia
|Karen||William Cletous Farrar|
Thank you for your time and letting me know his gave is unmarked. Have a great day!
Added by Karen on Apr 08, 2017 7:16 AM
|Karen||Anna Farrar unmarked grave|
Thank you for looking for her marker and posting the unmarked grave flower on her memorial.
Have a wonderful Weekend!
Added by Karen on Apr 08, 2017 7:14 AM
|Ann Maliniak||James Pittman Sr|
I checked the Providence Cemetery for James Pittman and only two are listed, neither one being James Pittman who was born 1778 and died 1863. Are you certain that was the cemetery where the tombstone was found? Can you check that? Thank you very much.
|Jeanette G||RE: Helen Waltz #79064727|
You are very welcome!
|Jeanette G||Helen Waltz #79064727|
Hello, I uploaded her marker photo.
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