|Anonymous||e: Van Eyks|
Thanks for the transfers. I appreciate them very much.
Added by Anonymous on Mar 31, 2014 4:48 AM
Thank you Leigh Ann, I appreciate the transfers very much.
Added by Otis on Mar 07, 2014 3:32 PM
|Barbara Sherriff Hahn||Arvilla Smith|
Thank you so very much for the transfer of Arvilla and for the most kind and heartfelt sentiments on this Godly woman. I hope I can do them, and you, justice. I will try my best. I was really touched by your words, it's impressive that two people who lived and died more than a hundred years ago are still affecting the lives of people who get to know them in this century.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart
Added by Barbara Sherriff Hahn on Feb 12, 2014 9:43 PM
|CJackson||RE: Mary Parsons|
Thanks so much, Leigh Ann, for the speedy transfer and for all that you do for the Find A Grave community!
Added by CJackson on Jan 12, 2014 9:44 AM
Thank you Leigh Ann!!
Added by MollyBailey on Oct 18, 2013 6:54 PM
|MollyBailey||Hendriks & Fenna Albers|
Hi Leigh Ann, I'd like to ask your permission to use these 2 photos for a tree I'm working on for my friend who is their 2nd great grandson,
Added by MollyBailey on Oct 18, 2013 5:49 PM
|Barbara Hemmingsen||Daniel K. Bush|
Would you please contact me privately to discuss the descendants of Sgt Bush, your ancestor? He fought with my g, g grandfather in the Civil War. Thank you, Barbara
Added by Barbara Hemmingsen on Oct 14, 2013 12:58 PM
|Irma Fetz||William Smith & Martha Glover Smith photos|
Hello Leigh Ann,
Would you please give me permission to use the grave photos you took for William #63833865 & Martha #63833829 on 5/30/2011 so I can add them to my family tree on ancestry.com? Of course I will give you credit. It would be greatly appreciated!
Added by Irma Fetz on Sep 22, 2013 1:54 PM
|Henk Smidtman||RE: Engbert Van Der Kolk.|
he's baptized van der Kolk, the 'van der' are just prepositions (from the) and when coming to the US they became more part of the name and you get different spellings like Vanderkolk, VanDer Kolk, etc.
But I'm still curious, did you make this picture on purpose so that the text on the site could be read?
Added by Henk Smidtman on Aug 17, 2013 1:00 AM
|Sandy Vandertol||RE: Thomas Lucas|
Hi Leigh Ann,
Will you take a look at your page and see the other one with the tombstone photo? Is it possible to call E. Saugatuck Cemetery and see if Thomas Lucas is really buried there? If he is, then you have him without a headstone listed in the wrong cemetery in New Gronigen.
Don't you just hate it when you have a list with errors in it? I think I trust a cemetery photo of a tombstone over a list that can contain many errors. Obviously the man can't be in 2 places at once unless he was supposed to go to the one and got transferred or moved to the other. It's a mystery to me. Thanks for your reply!
Added by Sandy Vandertol on Aug 06, 2013 7:33 AM
According to records I was looking at, Herman Dekraker was in WWII, PFC, serving with Company A, 50th Armored Infantry Battalion, 6th Armored Division in the European Theater of Operations. According to Ancestry.com, he is listed with the US Dept. of Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File as being with the Army from March 42 to October 45.
Added by Anonymous on Jul 26, 2013 8:09 AM
|Victoria Nichols||Bill Figley Memorial|
I will transfer ownership of Bill's memorial to you. Unfortunately I find myself unable to devote as much time to my memorials at this time, so I appreciate your offer. Thank you, Vickie
Added by Victoria Nichols on Jul 22, 2013 10:34 AM
It is always nice to transfer a memorial to family or friend.
Added by slp on Jul 22, 2013 8:30 AM
|Carla Killelea||RE: Marion Scott|
Great! Thanks for your help.
Added by Carla Killelea on Jul 18, 2013 12:44 PM
|Marilyn ||Vanden Beldt relative|
Fred Vanden Beldt was my great grandfather.Margaret Pommerening was his daughter,my grandmother's sister. I visited her often as a child. Thanks for asking. I have recently become interested in family history and find a grave is my way of fueling that interest and to honor their memory. There may be more relatives I request from you in the future.
Added by Marilyn on Jul 12, 2013 6:57 PM
Would like permission to use your headstone pictures of the Kamps for my family tree
Added by Holly on Jul 12, 2013 2:02 AM
|CathyAnnCarr||ALL of my Vander Broeks|
Thanks for adding the headstone photos!
Added by CathyAnnCarr on Jul 08, 2013 3:09 AM
|CathyAnnCarr||John Keppel Vander Broek 1922-2008|
Find A Grave Memorial# 94248357
Thank you for adding the photo of his headstone.
Added by CathyAnnCarr on Jul 08, 2013 3:07 AM
|Sandy Vandertol||RE: Dutch names..|
Records are only as good as the person's skill who is doing the recording. My great grandmother's name was Grietje, which would be Greta or Gertrude in English. The census taker wrote it correctly on the 1870 census, but the indexer getting the record ready for the web was so unfamiliar with the Dutch names and slaughtered them trying to Americanize them. He/she typed George for her name and changed her gender to male. I showed this to my Dutch immigrant husband and we laughed our way through a page of records with so many errors. My OCD kicked in and I went to work correcting all 59 pages of that record because people who were well known Dutch names like Zondervan and Steketee were filed under L and would never be able to find their families. I have to remember too that when the immigrant people came here they had thick accents and people writing down their records probably couldn't understand what they were saying and wrote things phonetically which leads to misspellings on the records. I figure the tombstone names are going to be the correct spellings because who would pay for a stone that was misspelled? Then again, the information is only as good as the person giving it, and my grandmother's birth year on her tombstone is off by 3 years because she never told the truth about her age. No one really knew and only 2 years ago I found her birth certificate and found out the true date.
Added by Sandy Vandertol on Jun 19, 2013 3:43 PM
|Susan Beardsley||Lemuel Jenison|
Lemuel is now linked to his parents, great grand parents, etc. all the way back to Robert Jenison who died in 1690. Thank you so much for creating the memorials for the Jenison family and your generosity in transferring Lemuel to me.
Added by Susan Beardsley on Jun 17, 2013 3:25 PM
|Susan Beardsley||RE: Jenison family & Cemetery|
Thank you for the transfer of Hiram and Mary Jenison. Enjoying the research and looking forward to doing others in the family.
Added by Susan Beardsley on Jun 16, 2013 4:02 PM
|Susan Beardsley||Hiram and Mary Jenison|
I am stunned by your quick response and touched by your generosity. Thank you for the transfers. My husband and I do the same thing. I am working on memorials for early settlers of our county.
Added by Susan Beardsley on Jun 14, 2013 1:02 PM
|Sandy Vandertol||RE: Lucas family corrections|
Thank you Leigh Ann. The Lucas family are dear friends of mine and I love it when I can find the kids and parents and put them all together as a family. Looks like you have been at this awhile. I just discovered this site last fall and think it is such a valuable way to remember the ones who have gone on before us and left us their legacy. I don't want anyone to be forgotten so I appreciate all the work you do for Find a Grave.
Added by Sandy Vandertol on Jun 06, 2013 7:38 AM
|Jeff Bales||St Anthony's Cemetery|
Hello. I believe the photo of the cemetery gates you have posted for St. Anthony's Cemetery in Bessemer PA is of a different burial ground. The caption also mentions St. Mary's Cemetery. Just a heads up. Hope this is helpful.
Added by Jeff Bales on Jun 05, 2013 7:25 AM
Thank you for answering my photo request and posting his headstone photo.
Added by MWarner on Apr 20, 2013 4:45 PM