|Queen Graver (#47045139)|
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I have been working on my family tree for almost ten years and love the Find A Grave website.|
Please use the Suggest a Correction feature under the Edit tab on memorials to send corrections, additional information or transfer requests. Please state your relationship in the SAC for any transfer requests. Also include memorial numbers for links that you wish to be added.
Please be patient. It may take me some time to make additions/correction/transfers especially during the nice weather.
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Please note that it is considered bad form to request a transfer and then, after receiving the transfer, delete that page and substitute it with a new memorial that you have created. This practice denies credit to the original contributor.
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|Jane Hamilton||RE: Henry Agnew|
I will call Mt. Greenwood in the morning. We know how notorious hand writing was. Other data was also misspelled. Thank you again. Jane
|Jane Hamilton||Henry Boyd Agnew-Emma|
Name: Henry Agnew Birth Date: 20 Jan 1869
Birth Place: Philadelphia, Penn Death Date: 17 Dec 1922 Death Place: Bremen, Cook, Illinois Burial Date: 19 Dec 1922 Cemetery Name: Mt. Muroad Do you have any idea of this cemetery? Thank you, Jane
|Jane Hamilton||RE: Emma Agnew|
I will check out my data/source for Henry Boyd Agnew. Will then call Mount Greenwood and get back to you. He is my ancestor. Wonder why they left Philadelphia. Regards, Jane
|Jane Hamilton||Emma Agnew|
You posted Emma Agnew 1880-1918 to Mt. Greenwood Cemetery. Her husband Henry Boyd Agnew is also there. Was there not a headstone for him? Thank you, Jane
|Sheila Spath||Redrick Cartwright # 46273137|
Thanks again for correcting Redrick's name. Since you have done that would you please consider deleting the parents you have in his bio. Those parents belong to a Reddick J Cartwright and not to this Redrick. Redrick's parents were Leven E and Susan "Pike" Cartwright.
Redrick is my great, great grandfather and I just want his story to be accurate.
Thank you so much.
|Sheila Spath||Redrick Cartwright|
Thank you for correcting his name.
|S Kathleen Doolan||Re: Lucy Ella Trumpey and Chester Zabinski|
Thank you for submitting the bio I messaged you
Also, Thank you for linking Lucy and Chet.
|J. Ruffolo||RE: Ruffolo at St. Benedict|
Thanks so much :)
|J. Ruffolo||RE: Ruffolo at St. Benedict|
Thanks for the update! Maria might have gone by the name Mary Ruffolo. As far as I know, and according to her funeral card, she was buried at Saint Benedict's. If her son, Umberto, was there I'm pretty sure she is too. Thanks so much for everything Janice!
|J. Ruffolo||Umberto and Elisa Ruffolo|
Its Joey again, I was just wondering if while your looking for Maria Ruffolo, you could also take a picture of her son, Umberto Ruffolo 1920-1997, and his wife Elisa Ruffolo (1924-1988). Because they are all related, I'm pretty sure they are all close to each other. Thank you for ypur consideration.
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