|Jerry C. Goldsmith||Melvina Rebecca Elliff|
I forgot to mention that Melvina's maiden name was Baker (27430879). Thanks again for all your work and dedication to this website.
Added by Jerry C. Goldsmith on Apr 10, 2011 1:52 PM
|Jerry C. Goldsmith||Lucretia Barnum|
Thank you. I have made the links.
Added by Jerry C. Goldsmith on Apr 10, 2011 12:57 PM
|Carol Yates Wilkerson||RE: Simon R.|
Oh yes, you're right about that. I'll ask. Thanks again!
Added by Carol Yates Wilkerson on Mar 01, 2011 12:12 PM
|Carol Yates Wilkerson||RE: Re: Simon D Holmes|
I would love to have the grave for Simon Holmes if you would like to transfer it to me. I can then connect him to other family members too. Thanks so much for your generosity. It truly is the kind of spirit that makes Find A Grave successful.
Added by Carol Yates Wilkerson on Feb 28, 2011 9:15 PM
|Carol Yates Wilkerson||Re: Simon D Holmes|
Thank you so much for taking pictures of the Holmes family headstones. Simon D and Simon R Holmes are cousins to me.
Added by Carol Yates Wilkerson on Feb 28, 2011 6:41 PM
Thank you for George's memorial.
Added by Mamaquilts on Jan 27, 2011 11:58 AM
Thanks for the transfer of my family.
Added by mishpocha99 on Sep 28, 2010 1:51 PM
Hi Peg--links added, let me know if I can do anything else to help! :)Jessica
Added by jessicado on Aug 18, 2010 12:23 AM
|Daisies and Dalmations||RE: FM Gabbert|
Hi Peggy, Browning is the correct maiden name for Louisa Gabbert. Thanks for adding the info. Perhaps it will someday help someone else in their genealogical quest!
Added by Daisies and Dalmations on May 06, 2010 1:27 PM
|Daisies and Dalmations||FM Gabbert|
Hi Peggy, It was so great to go onto Find A Grave and be able to locate several family members because of your efforts. Thanks so much. This Gabbert family (in Germany it was Gebert and are traceable through church records back to 1575) came to America in 1731 through PA. Most of the family stayed on the east coast, but here was the one family group that moved to Oregon. I thought you might like to add the FM stands for Francis Marion (Find A Grave Memorial# 38140915). He married Louisa Browning (Find A Grave Memorial# 38121843) on 9 Dec 1855.
Added by Daisies and Dalmations on May 06, 2010 10:04 AM
That was fast!!! Thanks Peggy for the transfers and all the great work you have done. We greatly appreciate it.
Added by Michelle Drayton-Fisher on Sep 26, 2009 10:43 PM
Hey Peggy thanks for bringing me to this site. I have already added 7 or so of my family members as well as made contact with someone who is a distant cousin (they had posted memorials to my Great Great Great Grandparents). Can't wait to do and find more! Thanks again!
Added by Robert Murphy on Aug 02, 2009 12:12 AM
|Tony Larson||Hi Peggy! Gallap's at Myrtle Creek|
Hi Peggy! Bless your heart for your time and energy.. just a quick note that Hiram and Mary were Gallap's.. and not Callap's. I know the script on some of the stones is a little confusing..esp with fonts that make capital C's and G's so close.. hope all is well with you and yours! -Tony L. :o)
Added by Tony Larson on Jun 09, 2009 3:52 PM
|Katie Baptiste Garrison||Lilly Rowe|
Hey! I'm not sure how to go about with the name thing you mentioned for her. I guess the only thing I could think of would be to list her maiden name as her last name? I don't know! I went ahead and transferred her to you. :)
Added by Katie Baptiste Garrison on Mar 08, 2009 5:21 AM
|Katie Baptiste Garrison||transfers :)|
I never did get a reply from Find a Grave about transferring ownership of your father's memorial, but I see that it got transferred! I also found their new transfer tool, so I went ahead and transferred your aunt's memorial (Diana Rowe) to you too.
Hope all is well with you!
Added by Katie Baptiste Garrison on Sep 16, 2008 7:55 PM
You're very welcome. You don't know how much I enjoyed taking the pictures, but I didn't get nearly as many as I would have liked to.
There were so many tombstones that I couldn't read, and would have taken pictures of them if it would have done any good.
But of all the churches I've been to, I believe that one is the most interesting, and beautiful in it's simplicity.
You have much to be proud of.
Added by SleepingDog on Sep 13, 2008 3:58 AM
Thank you so very much for taking the pictures of Nancy, my great grandmother, and Wayde, my great uncle. I will research Calvin Munyon to find him on our family tree. It was so good of you to do this for me. My family is very excited about finding all their roots.
Thank you again, Diane O,
Added by Diane O on Jun 25, 2008 8:55 AM
|Nancy Schmeder||W P Totten|
Thank you Peggy for your message.
I assume it would be the same (W)illiam (P)erry Totten buried in Glendale. Please do attach the photo to William Perry.
I'm thrilled to see the picture and again, thank you.
Added by Nancy Schmeder on Jun 14, 2008 9:40 PM
|Sandra Mahar||Exciting News for The Coops/Vanattas & other Surnames|
Hi! Did you get my e-mail about the above subject? Are you interested in coming over to help me identify all of the photos that I inherited?
Added by Sandra Mahar on Apr 23, 2008 10:26 PM
Hey Cousin Peggy, I am on here too.
Cousin Sandra (Bullard) Mahar
Your Coop Cousin
Added by Sandra Mahar on Apr 19, 2008 12:23 AM