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It is very gratifying to think that I may be helping someone to find their loved ones final resting place. I have had such a difficult time finding graves and genealogy for my family tree and would like to help others in this way. I will be happy to transfer any of your family to you to maintain as long as they are not related to me. Simply go to the memorial and click on edit and then suggest other correction and ask me to transfer as this is so much easier for me to make the transfer.|
Please help me by sending me any corrections that I need to make.
Maggie And Maurice Dixon ...
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|Dorothy O'Neill||Gertrude Piazza|
Is her number correct? When I attempt to enter her relationship info, her number 38974369 displayed another person's name.
She is in the Cedar Hill Cemetery in Vicksburg, MS, and her dates are 1850-1936.
Please advise me as to what to do.
|John Ozment||RE: Andrew Gamble|
Thank you for your response.
I appreciate the transfer of the Robinett memorial. Take care.
|BigFrench||William Tell Keller|
THANKS again for posting info I sent you; appreciate your time--
|John Ozment||Andrew Gamble|
Martha, Do you have any additional information in your files about Andrew Gamble buried at Cedar Hill? I was just reading of his sad demise in 1859.
In 1849, he created a monument for my 3G-gf, Fredk. Wm. Wolff. Is there anything in Mr. Gamble's records that would indicate either the inscription upon it and/or its intended location?
I am unable to find it anywhere transcribed for Warren County.
Pauline died in 1850 and would probably lie next to him.
Thank you, John Ozment, Hayward, CA
Image 571 —
Mrs. [Pauline] Catharine Wolf
To A Gamble Dr
Is one Italian Marble Head & foot stone for
Frederick Wolff $50.00
To 137 Letters at 5c — 6.85
To Gold Leaf — 2.00
Recd Payment $58.85
March 31st 1849 pr John Bennet
I saw a message saying you had turned a Memorial over to me...this is not a family member and due to medical issues I am not able to manage this Memorial...I was trying to put together a tree of some sort for a past friend in Dallas that was given up for adoption at Birth.
|Debbie Smith Shaffer||RE: Capt Benjamin A Lee|
That is a good idea. I will contact Steve. Thanks for much for all your work on Find-a-Grave!
|Debbie Smith Shaffer||Capt Benjamin A Lee|
I am writing to inquire about Memorial #38699295. How did you know the information that you have written in his bio? And, did it also include his birth date? I am trying to match him up to the Benjamin A. Lee who was born to Edward Dudley Lee and Matilda Lee in Lee Co, Iowa. Their names match the initials of his parents on the tombstone but it is not totally conclusive. Thanks for any clues.
Debbie Smith Shaffer
|Carolyn Hebbe McLeod||Infant Son Conn|
Thank you very much for the transfer of this family member to me.
|Sherra Delonas||Jefferson William Marble|
Jefferson William Marble was my grandmother's brother. I am trying to find the death and burial place of their mother, Martha Mattie Murphy Marble. She was born in Attala or Leake county Mississippi in about 1850.
She was married to Thomas Wesley Marble and they had one son, Jefferson William and three or four daughters.
In 1900 they all lived in Sunflower, Washington county, Alabama. I do not find her in any census after that. Thomas Wesley remarried in 1908. At some point they moved back to Mississippi.He and his second wife Annie are buried in Mississippi.
Annie was from Alabama so I am guessing Mattie died close to 1908 and he remarried soon after that.
I have talked recently to descendants of one of Mattie's children. They do not know when she died or where she is buried.
I do not know if Mattie is buried in Alabama where they were living in 1900 or she was taken back to Mississippi and buried near her parents in Rocky Point Cemetery or some other cemetery in either Leake or Attala county.
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