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If I have created a memorial for any relative or acquaintance that you are more familiar with than me, I will gladly transfer ownership if you have something to add. That is the reason I began adding memorials, so people can find the individuals that were important in their lives or to help trace their family history. |
If you see any incorrect information please send me a note and I apologize in advance.
I make every effort to confirm any Bio information, but the genealogy / Census data is full of incorrect information and misspelled names. Sometimes it's much like putting a puzzle together and sometimes I do get it wrong. I like to try to close all possible loops and link to parents, children if at all possible. I'm sorry if the corrections that I frequently send are a nuisance, but it may help someone else trace their family roots just by adding a maiden name, place of birth, etc.
PLEASE use the Edit / Suggest Correction form on the memorial page to contact me. It helps me to keep suggestions and corrections in one place and my spam filter doesn't let unknowns through. MOST OF ALL.... if you have any obituary information, middle or maiden names or anything to help complete any memorial, please send to me. I would be more than happy to update with more complete information.
Help yourself to re-post any of my cemetery photos to your family tree... etc. If possible, just drop me a note to let me know that you used them. It's nice to know that they were of some use to someone.
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|Tree Climber||Eddie Clark Titus - Find A Grave Memorial# 176201478|
Eddie was my mother's cousin, and she was wanting a picture of Eddie. Because of you I was able to give a copy this picture to her. Also, Eddie's wife passed away this weekend (18 Feb 2017). If you provide the memorial for her, please, would you send a link to me. Thanks for all you do, it helps us honor those who have gone before us in so many ways.
|Candie Rogers||Melvin Day|
Thank you for the additional information on Melvin Day Find A Grave. If you are a family member I'd be happy to transfer Melvin's Find A Grave memorial over to you. Thank you again. Candie Vaughn Rogers
My mother recently passed away and was buried in the Hall Cemetery. Her great grandfather- Garland Hall donated the land on which the Hall Cemetery is located. I came across a Dedication of the Archway Souvenir Program dated Memorial Day, May 30, 1967. I was wondering if this information would be useful to the site.
Added by Linda on Feb 18, 2017 9:00 PM
Thank you for transferring Kyle to me. It's much appreciated. Pam
Thank you for the cemetery/location.
Added by Diane on Feb 10, 2017 8:21 PM
|Hope2Help||RE: Glendale Connors|
Thanks for the transfer. I have added a "younger" picture of Glendale with her husband.
I plan to add a more contemporary picture as well and would like the current picture you added from the obituary removed. Because you added it I do not seem to have permissions to delete.
Please picture delete for me.
|Hope2Help||RE: Glendale Connors|
Thank you so very much.
|Connie Clark||RE: Herbert W Kraft|
I added the photo. Feel free to use it however you like . No credit necessary. Best Wishes, Connie and Wayne
|My Family United||Dora Caylor|
I have deleted the obit from Marty Ann Caylor. I am not sure who sent it but if you want your name off of Mary's information please let me know. I do not own Dora Caylor's memorial.
|Eric Alexander||RE: Anna (Knoop) Rahn|
Yes, I believe you are correct. A couple of public trees on Ancestry.com seem to validate that (in as much as you dare to take stock in what public trees on there reflect). The 1910 US Census info for Anna Knoop definitely substantiates what I know about Anna (her birth month and year) and does show that she was the daughter of Henry and Catherine. I really only know that she married my grandmother's cousin Wilhelm (William) Rahn and family records indicate that her maiden name was Knoop. I know you've created many Find A Grave memorials for this area; how are you tied into the Rahns if you don't mind me asking?
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