|Marguerite||RE: Margaret Hutton|
Thank you Ben for your work on find-a-grave also. Pls let me know if there are any other family members that you would like transferred to you so you can enhance their profiles.
Added by Marguerite on Sep 04, 2016 7:28 AM
|KatieDee||Andrew L Sigourney|
Check Find A Grave # 88661588
He is buried in Coopersville, MI
Added by KatieDee on Aug 13, 2016 2:27 PM
I was 'mowing the rows' at Bilston cemetery and came across a Kinsey memorial, perhaps of interest to you?
Added by Rob Dickens on Jul 20, 2016 2:08 AM
Please use the Edit: Suggest correction ... feature on the memorial to request a transfer.
Added by Henry Marsh on Jun 04, 2016 7:55 PM
|Billie (Morris) Barushak||RE: John Kirk|
You're so welcome! I have a few other "Kirk" memorials. Im not sure if they are in that line as well, but let me know if they are and you would like to update them as well.
Added by Billie (Morris) Barushak on Jun 04, 2016 1:03 PM
|Rita Graves||RE: William Borie|
Added by Rita Graves on May 27, 2016 3:51 PM
Sorry Benjamin, but Thomasine and Edmund Rice are the 10th great grandparent of both my wife and I.
Charles & Barbara Waid. So we will keep them. Have a lot of the Rice genealogy, if interested.
Added by Charles Waid on Jan 14, 2016 9:58 PM
|Betty Arnold Henderson||RE: Lloyd Sommers|
Yes! Yes, I would love to have that 1946 photograph of your great-uncle Den. The only one I have right now is a photo that was published in the Amarillo newspaper during Billie Meek's trial and it doesn't look much like the fellow in the a photo of Den and Bessie (she called him Lloyd = can't imagine why since Dennis is a much nicer name!) He was quite a looker, unlike my aunt who was not (a looker). I guess Mother gave that photo - one of those oval-shaped metal things - to one of my cousins because it was not among the photographs she gave to me when we were closing down our family home in 2003. (Don't know what will happen to those photos after I'm pushing up daisies as no one is going to want them. Such a shame to think that they will just be thrown away.)
In the past, I connected to Den's grand-niece (whose name I can't think of right now)and who, along with her mother, was very attached to him. Such a pity that a person who obviously loved children never fathered any.
Looking forward to getting that photo and I'm on my way to findagrave.com to pick up your great-aunt Ethel's photo. I will post it to my tree and will happily credit you as the source.
Eagerly awaiting that photo!
Added by Betty Arnold Henderson on Jan 12, 2016 11:24 AM
|Betty Arnold Henderson||RE: Elizabeth Arnold Sommers|
Hello Mr. Kinsey,
How kind of you to write of your appreciation of the bio I penned for the findagrave.com memorial to my late aunt, Bessie Arnold Sommers. Hers was a tragic story at best.
One note, her given name was not Elizabeth but was simply Bessie. She had no middle name, neither did her two youngest siblings, one of whom was my late father.
If you would care to read Bessie's story in considerable more depth, you can find it posted to my main database titled "Giants on the Earth - From Them Came I" on Ancestry.com. The title of the story is "Murder at the Darnall Café - Bessie's Story". Once you are into my tree and have gone to her profile - listed under Bessie Arnold - you can click on "GALLERY" and be taken to a page that displays photographs and sources. At the present, the story is the first choice. Just click on that. I warn you, though, it's long. It will provide you with considerable information on all the particulars. If, by any chance, the story is no longer the first choice, just look for it by its title.
Again, I cannot thank you enough for the consideration you have shown in writing to me. Everyone wants to know their efforts are appreciated.
One last note, I am so happy that Lloyd Dennis Sommers had a second chance at happiness when he met and married your aunt. From what little I know, he was a gentleman in the original sense of the word (as opposed to its misuse today when it's applied to any male despite character) who deserved happiness after the tragic events of his first, brief marriage.
The story I wrote and continue to edit (no writer/editor is ever satisfied with the finished product and I continue to make changes to improve it), besides the limited information that accumulated in my memory bank over the years, the information about the events in Bessie's life after she relocated to Amarillo is taken from the newspaper reports published after her murder. I am not ashamed to say that I have never seen such a miscarriage of justice but, geez, I'm only 78 years old and another one may come along that outweighs the results of Aunt Bessie's murderer's trial.
Thank you again,
Betty Arnold Henderson (Find A Grave contributor #46498020
Added by Betty Arnold Henderson on Jan 11, 2016 8:05 PM
|LMB||RE: Fuller transfers|
You are very welcome.
Added by LMB on Jan 11, 2016 3:57 PM
|B L Larson||Elder James Mann|
Thanks, Ben, for posting the grave stone.
Added by B L Larson on Jan 05, 2016 1:21 PM
|Alan Wismer||RE: Robert Helmer|
The "husband" stone and the star next to it are from the next set of graves, "STAIR" is their last name, I think. He (Mr. Stair) was a Civil War Veteran.
Thank you very much for posting the picture of baby Robert Helmer. He was my 1st cousin. I had been to the cemetery, in the past, but I ran out of time before I found him. I am intrigued by the husband stone and the star next to him.
Thanks again for your great work.
Added by Alan Wismer on Dec 16, 2015 6:28 PM
|J. Fenn- Lawson||RE: Photo request|
You are very welcome. I added a picture of John's military flat headstone and a picture to his wife's memorial.
Added by J. Fenn- Lawson on Oct 01, 2015 7:12 PM
|Julie Doty||RE: Orlin Woodruff|
Hi Ben, You are very welcome. ;o) Julie
Added by Julie Doty on Jul 21, 2015 1:57 PM
|Rosalie H. Kaufman||Anna Camp|
Thank you very much for the correct info. I appreciate it very much. Rosalie
Added by Rosalie H. Kaufman on Jun 15, 2015 6:36 PM
|Sabrina Nelson||Hastings cemetery|
I've been told that hastings cemetery is in disrepair. is this true?
Added by Sabrina Nelson on May 30, 2015 5:42 PM
|Diona Dickerson||Swing photos|
Just added the Swing photos in Willow Mount Cemetery as you requested, hope they help :)
Added by Diona Dickerson on Apr 15, 2015 1:10 PM
|Kathy Londo Barnes||RE: Harriet Kline|
You're very welcome. I took an interest in her because her maiden name & birth place may make her a distant relative to someone who married in to my Affantranger line.
Happy hunting to you!
Added by Kathy Londo Barnes on Apr 14, 2015 5:53 AM
Transfers done. You might want to contact the Athens Historical Society (you can google their number). They might have more information. Good Luck
Added by Gail Kelly on Apr 03, 2015 7:55 AM
|Alycia K||RE: Soresino Transfers|
They are at the very far end. Were they Belarussian? Some of the stones are written in Cyrillic alphabet.
Added by Alycia K on Apr 03, 2015 6:21 AM
|Alycia K||RE: Joseph Francis Soresina|
I posted a couple of other photos as well. Not sure who is related to whom how, but if you like I can transfer the three of them to you and you can link them as needed. All the best
Added by Alycia K on Apr 01, 2015 3:01 PM
|John Reeder||RE: Robin Transfer|
You are very welcome, take care of him.
Added by John Reeder on Mar 05, 2015 11:12 PM
|Donna Martin||RE: Henry|
I've done as you suggested. I am new at this and trying to learn. Thank you for transferring Janna Heemstra DeGoed's memorial. With all the work my dad did in researching his family, I can link up family members according to his files.
Added by Donna Martin on Jan 19, 2015 4:36 AM
|Tammy M.||Catherine Bayes|
Thanks so much for the information on Catherine Bayes.
Added by Tammy M. on Jul 21, 2014 2:08 PM
Ben, Thank you for pointing out the discrepancy. I have written findagrave to get the wrong headstone photo removed, as the contributor has messaging disabled. I have info on this line if you are researching Gooden. email@example.com Regards, Jody
Added by jodygee on Jul 14, 2014 7:06 PM