|Susan Miller (#46857197)|
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All of my photos are copyrighted and cannot be copied or used without my prior permission. They also cannot be copied to any other website i.e. "Ancestry".|
Please, do not submit an edit based upon information that you have viewed from someone's family tree on "Ancestry". Just because it is on "Ancestry", doesn't mean that it is true. I seem to be the only researcher on "Ancestry" who lists my sources on my family trees. Please help me to have accurate memorials by telling me your sources for your edits.
Lastly, a great big thank you to all of you who have accepted my edits and links. It is most appreciated.
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|Jody Logan||RE: Shirley (Gibson) Arnold|
You're right of course. Mom was very close to Aunt Tina and she could have been with her or one of the others. Gran was only nine when her mother died and John Calvin remarried, so she was very close to Bertha and John's children.
Shirley and Dick did not have any children and the marriage did not last very long. I don't have the year they divorced.
Thanks for processing the link.
|Jody Logan||RE: proof of marriage for Shirley & Richard|
Shirley was my sister and Dick was my mother's step-cousin. They were married in Clayton, NM on August 24, 1949. Shirley was only 15 at the time. I don't have any "proof" just personal knowledge of both Shirley and Dick from my mother. Shirley was staying with John Calvin Griffin (Mom's grandfather) when they ran off. Dick, as you know, was the son of Rozella Adkins,daughter of Bertha Adkins who was John Calvin's second wife.
|Marianne||RE: Nellie Filley's maiden name|
I asked for a volunteer to photograph the grave of Victoria Robinson and you might read the photographer's reply on my wall.
Added by Marianne on Dec 15, 2016 8:52 AM
|Carolina Grave Hunter||Duplicate|
Thanks for catching the duplicate. I have deleted it.
Have a great day!
|MrsB||Thanks for the edits for William Britton Crose Jr|
I sent you some plots for his parents--they are buried in the same section and row
Added by MrsB on Oct 27, 2016 7:13 PM
|Little Lady||RE: William H. Doty #5718503|
Yeah. I always try to check my information. However when I saw him linked to the mother, I just assumed he was the correct person. Thank you for clearing things up.
|Little Lady||RE: Minnie Jane (Doty) Brown|
He is linked to her mother. I will find proof. The link can always be taken down. I would have not sent the request if I had known. Or I would have looked for the proof then accepted the decline. But I will let you know. I did send another message on her memorial, but that was prior to my reading your message.
|Genealogical Researcher 53||RE: Robert A. Haney|
I found the information on an Ancestry tree back in January, I am compiling the Adkins families and he was a descendant is why I sent her the edits. My wife also descends from Joseph Adkins and Lucinda Winfrey.
|Mark McCrady||RE: Joseph Kring|
It is always sad for me when a grave is unmarked. So many from back at that time had unmarked graves. It's especially sad when a child is involved. Hope you have a good day today.
|B.J. Waters||RE: Meredith MacArthur|
I thought it was strange that the cemetery record had Platt, so when I checked the SSDI, it also said Platt. I can visualize what happened: When the first husband died, they must have purchased a "double" so that she could be buried on top of him. Then of course she married again. The headstone already said "Cousins", so the family had Platt added on after she died. Makes sense. Looks like her marriage to Platt may have ended in divorce, as is evident by the fact that he is buried with Margaret. Well, that happens!
Anyway, at least she can be found. If you have any dates of marriage, etc. or other info just let me know and I will put it in the bio.
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