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William Barritt (#46493296)
 member for 13 years, 29 days
Alexander Loverly
I received a post that Alexander Loverly's real surname is Lyerly. Can you please correct this?

Added by Dawn on Jun 21, 2013 6:53 AM

Beloved Kendall
9/11 memorials
Thank you Mr. Barritt for giving a voice to those who perished in 9/11. You have made so many people happy being able to visit those we lost. You are a remarkable man and I just wanted to say how grateful I am for your contributions.

A Grateful New Yorker.


Added by Beloved Kendall on Jun 19, 2013 1:39 PM

Cynthia Claytonroberts
Jacob & Electa (Hills) Marty
Please excuse me for using your public page for requesting the transfer of Jacob Marty # 18147379, the earliest emigrant of my Marti-Marty ancestors from Switzerland to Green County, Wisconsin, and his wife, Electa (Hills) Marty # 18147371 whom he married there in 1849. Thank you ever so much for adding their memorials, they're a long way from home and from their property in Kansas. There's a lot to be added and linked to them but their edit tabs elicit no response.

Cynthia in Wisconsin (#47925038)

Added by Cynthia Claytonroberts on May 31, 2013 8:31 AM

B.J. Waters
Jacqueline Hanan photo request
Hello. A while back I went to Hillside to fulfill your photo request and was told that she was not buried there. They tried different spellings of her name and still came up with nothing. Maybe she was buried under a different surname? If it is your belief that she is in fact buried there, could you please contact the office and ask for the plot location? Maybe you can get somewhere with them.


Added by B.J. Waters on May 25, 2013 11:05 PM

Cheryl Holbert Millard
My Father's Memorial
William, I forgot to include my Father's Memorial number when I sent the request to you three weeks ago. His name is Bernard B Holbert and his number is 39075492. My dad is buried at Riverside Cemetery in North Reading, and I would like to link him to his parents.
Thank you, Cheryl

Added by Cheryl Holbert Millard on May 25, 2013 7:57 PM

Cheryl Holbert Millard
Bernard B Holbert
Hi William, I sent you an e-mail last week to see if you would transfer my father Bernard B Holbert's memorial to me. He is located in North Reading MA cemetery. I would like to link his parents to his grave, they are located in the same cemetery. We have already created a memorial for them.. Thank you so much for adding our dad to Find A Grave..
Cheryl Holbert Millard

Added by Cheryl Holbert Millard on May 03, 2013 1:16 PM

RE: # 5800537 Toshiya Kuge
Thanks for Reply,I will let them know with a source.

Added by angelorphan on May 01, 2013 11:32 AM

deborah wood
elizabeth clark gunnell
could you please help me find her sisters memorial catherine schumacher also her son robert c gunnell of stanton california he died feb 2007 stanton ca i dont know if he was cremated or buried.Thank you and god bless the work you do for everyone.

Added by deborah wood on Mar 13, 2013 5:06 PM

Northwestgal - Joanie
Manuel Belmudez possible error?
I see that you created a memorial for Manuel Belmudez

on find-a-grave. I am doing genealogy for my son in law,

Stacy Belmudes, and this is his Great Grandfather. His wife

was Candelaria Navarro Belmudes and she is also buried

in the Holy Cross Cemetery. The best I can read his headstone,

it looks like the name is a different name. Is it correct, or is my

eye sight just that poor. It looks like the headstone of someone

named Andrea Olmos, and I think it says "beloved wife". Can

you check this out for me and let me know? Sure would appreciate

your help. Trying to get a book put together for my son in law for


Added by Northwestgal - Joanie on Nov 25, 2012 4:23 PM

Jan J
thank you!
Thank you for passing my dad's memorial to me.

Added by Jan J on Sep 25, 2012 8:33 PM

Robert Hobdell
Sarah Tittle Barritt
Thanks for her memorial and information. This really helped sort out some confusion in my family tree. All the Best, Rob Hobdell

Added by Robert Hobdell on Aug 23, 2012 1:36 PM

Earle Soukup
Hillis I. Maxey
You might wish to add some of this information to your memorial. Apparently Hillis and his wife, Ethel, died as the result of an automobile accident.


Added by Earle Soukup on Jul 08, 2012 11:25 PM

Packers Fan
Bernie Layne Brown bio edit
William, can you edit that Jerry Brown was re-elected to a third non-consecutive term as California's 39th Governor in 2010 ?

Added by Packers Fan on Jun 29, 2012 9:39 AM

Janet Milburn
Euliss family genealogy
Hello! William,
My I noticed all the requests for
transfers on here, must keep you
busy. Wouldn't it be easier to
request on your public page for
those wanting transfers, corrections
etc. to do those things thru 'edit'.
Must be time consuming for you this
The reason I am writing is I have an
old 1970 Dallas, Texas gen. quarterly.
It devotes a full page to Euliss
genealogy, names are Adam Euless,
son of Philip bor 1778, name of his
wife and children and Elisha Adam Euless
son of Martin, his wife and children's
names. I would be glad to type
up some of the more pertinent items
of interest/importance for his memorial.
These are not mentioned already in the
plaque photo. Are you related by any
chance, or know of someone who is, as
I would love to give this entire page
to a descendant. Let me know.
Janet Milburn

Added by Janet Milburn on Jun 12, 2012 1:53 PM

Terry Weigandt Joyner
Angus Crosbie #6006250

I was wondering if you had any additional information on Angus? I'm trying to locate the burial place of my uncle and I don't have much information to go on. He changed his first name to Angus, what my mother could not remember was what he changed his last name to - Crosby, Crosbie or Cosby. Before he changed his name it was George Mallette. Do you have any more information?



Added by Terry Weigandt Joyner on Apr 14, 2012 7:35 PM

Laura Blaylock
Roscoe Gholston
Hi William I found a picture and obituary for Roscoe I will leave for the site

Roscoe Gholston was born 9-9-1920 in Van Zandt County Texas. His parents were Lemuel Roscoe and Beulah Gholston.
Roscoe recieved his first 5 yrs of schooling in Trinidad, Colorado. Then he enrolled at Goodnight and graduated from Goodnight High School in May 1939.
In June of 1939, he joined the U.S. Navy in Dallas Texas and went through boot camp training at San Pedro, California. He was then assigned to the USS Arizona on Sept 30 1941 and was on board the ship when it was bombed and sunk at Pearl Harbor on December 7 1941. He was a Yeoman 2nd class.
He held medals for first class marksmanship, good behavior, and was awarded the Purple Heart Posthumously

Added by Laura Blaylock on Feb 06, 2012 7:34 PM

Ceme-Terry Photographer
Floyd Elson Lenz's Mother
William, greetings! If you wish to add a family member link, Floyd Lenz's mother, Gladys (#83918504), is buried next to him at Magnolia Memorial Park. And on her memorial page there are links to his father, William (#60708987), buried in Colorado and a brother, Harold (#82517217), located at Riverside National Cemetery. Thought i would send you an FYI.

Added by Ceme-Terry Photographer on Jan 24, 2012 7:15 PM

Wanda L
AJ Cox 6189789
Dear William

Please note possible duplicates 6189789 and
81518567. If you could update yours, I will
delete ming.
Thanks Wanda L 47106114

Added by Wanda L on Dec 04, 2011 11:20 AM

Robert Kuhmann
9-11 Memorial
Thank you WB! Thank you for providing the I.T. H/W & S/W & hosting services - which make this website possible.

Added by Robert Kuhmann on Sep 11, 2011 6:48 AM

Wm. S. Barritt #8453282 & Parents
In fulfilling a photo req by another member for Wm., I also took pix of his parent's marker(s).

His parents share a marker & on the back is the military marker for his father.

The parents (Clayton & Jo) did not have pgs for them yet so I created pgs for them & added what info I knew to their bio's & posted the photos.
However, since we can't connect parents to their kids by adding it to the fam links under the parents pgs & only by using the fam links on the pgs for the kids & couldn't connect them that way so I added the info about Wm. to their bio's.

Clayton Mem# 74893154
Jo Mem# 74893187

Added by FamTreeHunter on Aug 14, 2011 1:09 AM

Jan Jones
John Bunyan Slaughter
John Bunyan Slaughter
Find A Grave Memorial# 6374150

Your listing shows his death place as Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas, USA. According to his death certificate, he actually died in Post, Garza County, Texas.

Texas Death Certificate # 47944 filed on 1 Jan 1929 in Garza County, Texas for John B. Slaughter; born 15 Dec 1848 in Texas

Thank you for all the work you do posting memorials.

Added by Jan Jones on Aug 10, 2011 3:08 PM

james F Ellison Sr.
The day before yesterday I visited the grave of Col. James Franklin "Jim" Ellison (SR). (6 Nov. 1828-1 Sept. 1903) and his wife,Evelyn (Reed) Ellison,(1833-1917) in the City Cemetery, San Marcos, Hays County, Texas. (Old original section Section F, Block 11, plot 3 & 4. GPS N 29 53 14.0---W 97 57 24.These graves are in front of a large marble headstone inscribed "ELLISON." On the reverse side of the stone is inscribed with the name "Blanks." I suppose the Blank family was a associated family. Your listing of the grave for Ellison Senior is questionable. It is true that his son (junior) is buried in the Humphrey Cemetery south-east of Martindale,Caldwell County, Texas

Added by Drover on Nov 11, 2010 11:34 AM

Paxton Carter memorial
would you please add the obit:
memorial for Paxton Carter.

Their suggestion:


The Evening Herald, Klamath Falls, Oregon
Wednesday, December 17, 1941

Klamath Youth Lost in sinking of Battleship

Paxton Turner Carter, 29, chief petty officer aboard the U.S.S. Arizona was revealed Wednesday as the first known Klamath Falls service man killed in action in the U.S. Japanese war.

His death was disclosed by a brother, Allen Carter, manager of a local grocerty store, who received notification from Mrs. Edith Carter of San Digeo, wife of the naval officer.

Carter was killed by the Japanese on December 7, when a Jap bomb dropped through the battelships funnel, exploding the magazine and sinking the vessel.

He was a veteran of eight year's service in the navy, enlisting from Klamath Falls, Oregon in 1933. A native of Hattiesburg, Miss., Carter came to this city when the fammily moved here in 1929. He attended school in the south.

In addition to his wife, Edith, and brother, Allen, he is survived by a father, T.C. Carter, 2425 Crest street, an employe of the Algoma Lumber company; two other brothers, T.C. and George, both of this city; three sisters, Mrs. Pauline Coffeld of Sacramento, and Thelma and Melissa, both of Klamath Falls.

Notification of death came in the regular, "the navy regrets", announcement to Mrs. Edith Carter. Details were lacking.
Contributed by Jeanie Sawyer

Added by J on Oct 11, 2010 8:48 AM

Benny Barritt
Your memorial for Benny Barritt (memorial 10126618) says his birth date is unknown, but that his wife's name is Lottie. I belive this is the grandson of Oliver L. Barritt and Emma Caroline Staffanson and the son of William O. Barritt and his first wife Jennie M. According to the census records he was born about 1903 and was raised by his grandparents after the death of his mother before 1910. He married Lottie about 1923 and had two children by 1930, Elmer D. and Lois M.

Added by rsturley on Apr 13, 2010 9:56 AM


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