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|Richard Parker (#47021994)|
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Transfers should be made through the white edit tab. The big reason is that Find A Grave will provide your ID Number for the transfer. However, if you choose to request a transfer through the profile message board, please provide your ID Number. Without it no transfer will be consider.|
In the last ten transfer requests on my profile message board, only one person provided their ID Number. They got their transfer. All who came through the white edit tab got their requested transfers, except one. She just happen to request my 4th great-grandfather and of course I refused.
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|Jan Andrews||Allee family|
Hi Mr. Parker,
I was wondering if you are descended from this family? I added some photos to the memorials of Nancy Jane Allee Foster and Sarah Mariah Allee Scott. Do you have any photos from the Allee family to share? I would love to see some if you have any to share. I look forward to hearing from you. Thanks, Jan
|Cameron Herrell||RE: Thomas Smith|
It is fine, Richard.
I know you really do a good job with the military ones and that is why I wanted you to have the memorial.
I see your book is at the Genealogy Center in Lee's Summit
- still trying to get there to read it.
Is it possible to buy a copy for our family records??
(Granddaughter of Alice E Hill Schell)
|Cameron Herrell||RE: Thomas Smith - Oak Hill|
Okay - first of all I need you to remove your photo from memorial 18653913 - as the location of this Thomas J. Smith, civil war veteran for the North, is in location Section 14, Block 381. I need you to make new memorial for him. If you don't have a photo of that one yet, I do and can make the memorial myself and transfer it to you for your research.
|G. D. Cross||Grace Muzingo|
Please add the following to Grace's memorial:
Birth: June 2, 1890 Woodson Co., KS
Death: Aug 11, 1954
Married to Jacob Muzingo July 4, 1906 at Altoona, Wilson Co., KS
Connect her to her parents: mother #100265017
G. D. Cross
|Cameron Herrell||Thomas Smith - Oak Hill|
Another cemetery made stone was found yesterday for Thomas Smith. He is in Section 12, Block 391, and is in cemetery book for this person having died in 1912 - memorial 18653913. I sent edit to Ms Stapleton as dc and bio is for the Thomas J. Smith in Section 12, Block 391.
You have a picture on this memorial for a civil war veteran of Thomas J Smith and that stone is located in Section 14, Block 381. He fought for 3 Ill Cavalry. And the stone that was found yesterday that was confirmed in Oak Hill Cemetery book, and dc on memorial shows the one in Block 391 to have been born in Tennessee. I don't think the one that fought in 3 Ill Cav. would have been born in Tennessee.
If your checking civil war records for the one you have a picture of (and it needs to be taken off memorial 18653913) then feel free to add memorial to Oak Hill for your Thomas J Smith, Section 14, Block 381 (he's listed in 1980 Bates County Cemeteries book).
Thanks for your help.
|Linda J. Morris||WOW|
Thank you so much for the transfer. I can actually add a lot to this memorial. Thank you for the chance.
I was referring to the info. on James Robert
Totten buried in Pendleton Cemetery, St.
These are my relatives. I've been searching
for years for records on burials in this
cemetery! Do you happen to know where they
would be?? I have several relatives buried
Would you e-mail me if you can help me?
Also I have more info. on these folks!
Rhonda at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Rhonda Hansch||Martin & Nancy (Higggs) Cox memorials|
Thank you so much for the memorials!
|Dolores J. Rush||Spruill|
Come back to my profile. A "CFVS" just solved the Spruill question.
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