|J Serio (#47336917)|
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If you would like any memorial to be transferred to you, please ask. As long as it's not our immediate family, I love to transfer memorials. Permission is granted to anyone who wishes to use any headstone photo I have taken for any genealogical purpose without contacting me.|
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|Rosemary Robbins||RE: Gogal|
You're most welcome. Glad I could be of help.
|Cindy Coffell||Anna Gould|
Thank you for Anna's grave photos. Its a lovely monument. I appreciate you!
|kris gock||re Find A Grave Memorial# 97211795|
I think you may have this Jane confused with her mother JANE SATTERTHWAIT. This Jane WAS born JANE CRAFT - parents were Samuel CRAFT and the above Jane Satterthwait. Unable to attach documentation but I have quaker records to this effect.
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|Gini WINN||Winn info in AG|
tried to end you a msg but msg. would not go out. Need to discuss some info you have in your site re: Winn and Underwood and other associated surnames. I am Virginia m. WINN Parker and those lines are also mine . I work with Find A Grave (not too active because of health now) but do have lots of info and can furnish info for those wanting it via e-mail.
Dawson Winn and 2nd wife-widow Mary Malvina nee Turner Underwood Winn are my great grandparents thru James Alfred Winn and wife Lena grace Cole and their first son James Lester Winn who was my father. Have worked 40 years on the lines. Have info on the large UNDERWOOD group of this Winn line and it is not a problem to send that info out from my computer.
The main info lacking for me is the death of Mary nee Cossins Winn-wife of Thomas E Winn --they are my great grandparents.
email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org My lines are in Ancesgty.com under vmwp70
|Ace||John Benson at Forest Home Cemetery|
Hi! I need the burial Section and Lot Numbers in order to take a photograph for you. This cemetery's staff does not help photo volunteers, and the burial location is not available anywhere else.
Last year I fulfilled over 450 photo requests at this cemetery after the burial location was provided.
P.S. I tried to look up his burial location at the local library, but I could not find his name in the list of burials for this cemetery.
Added by Ace on Apr 15, 2016 2:28 AM
|Shelli Steedman||RE: Sarah Bouce McEwen|
Do you want a transfer?
|Shelli Steedman||RE: Sarah Bouce McEwen|
Which memorial number is that? I'm also a McEwen but I think it is a different line.
|SueB||RE: Caroline McEwen|
Thank you so much. I know my cousin Micky has been to the family plot as her mother Betty died May 2014. But taking photos was not something she was interested in at that point, as you can imagine. At that point we had not started to share a house. She and her mother had lived together the last 13 years of Betty's life. We have another cousin, Peggy Lange , (on the Garrigues side) who lives in Clarksboro. She does family history and has been the family expert for years. As you say, it's a small world.
BTW, as you may know, there is 2nd McEwen daughter, Carol Lynn, who died at about 1 year old (1947). Peggy says she is buried at Eglington, too, so I made a memorial. I have a particular interest in her because when my son was 1st diagnosed with a serious birth defect Micky's mother Betty helped me take care of him until he was stable on his seizure medication. She told me stories of what the family went through in the year that Carol lived. That was back in the days when hospitals did not let family stay with child patients. It was very stressful and sad for them. But having had Carol gave Betty the empathy to support me when I needed it.
Anyway, sorry to run on so long. I will do my best to be a good manager of the memorial you have so graciously transferred to me. Thank you.
Added by SueB on Feb 11, 2016 3:37 PM
|Mary Craig||Alexander James McEwen|
I am related to his wife and want to learn more about his Pullman car murals. Hoping the Pullman archives in Chicago will have some information
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