|B Fuller||RE: Lucy Stringfellow|
Pls see email edit with John Albert Stringfellow's details.
Added by B Fuller on Jul 28, 2016 10:24 AM
|B Fuller||RE: Lucy Stringfellow|
Lucy's father is Felix Grundy Perkins. His # is 167470711. I have sent a link through the Edit function. Did you receive it? I could not find specific info on his wife's death - which would be sometime between 1875 & 1880. He is widowed on the 1880 census. All the census records that I could locate are in his bio section. I was 'working' on this family due to the Smith surname connection in New Middleton, TN. Lucy's sister married a Smith. If I find any addl info, I'll add it and update you.
Added by B Fuller on Jul 28, 2016 6:02 AM
|Theresa Sevrence River||Lydia and Daniel Deemer|
Yes, they are distant relatives so if you want to transfer that will be fine or wait for a closer relative.
Added by Theresa Sevrence River on Jun 20, 2016 2:18 PM
|Jeremy Hobart||RE: James Mc Cartney|
Thank you for your help with this.
Added by Jeremy Hobart on May 30, 2016 10:10 AM
|Barbara Wilson Krause||Adrian Bryan tombstone photo|
Thank you for your most kind deed in taking the tombstone photo. So very much appreciated your time to do this kind deed.
Added by Barbara Wilson Krause on Apr 28, 2016 9:55 AM
|Steve Stephenson||RE: Beckers in Rocky Ford, CO|
Thank you !!!
Added by Steve Stephenson on Apr 02, 2016 6:41 AM
|Have Paws will travel !||Ft; Lyon|
please do not send 30+ sacs in one day, we are transferring them to Find A Grave, this problem occurred when we took over some memorials.
R & S
Added by Have Paws will travel ! on Mar 19, 2016 3:32 PM
|Dawna Westbrook||RE: Alice and Frederick Balch|
Info added to memorials and linked Alice with her parents.
Added by Dawna Westbrook on Mar 18, 2016 3:29 AM
|Bob Wilson||McCloud & Johnson grave photos|
Thank you very much for the great photos! It looks like you had a beautiful day for your trip to the cemetery.
Added by Bob Wilson on Mar 17, 2016 7:10 PM
|genmo||RE: Pearl Hahs|
I'm not sure about the name difference. I'll have to do some more digging. These are distant cousins, so all I know is facts from marriage & death certificates.
Thank you so much for your time!
Added by genmo on Mar 17, 2016 6:01 PM
Thank you so much for the photos! It means a lot to my wife to see the resting place of her great-grandparents.
Added by Rick on Mar 17, 2016 5:53 PM
|Kim Benson||RE: Frederick Balch|
Thank you so much! This helps to know what it looks like, in case I may go there one day and need to know what to look for. You said there were three other names and a blank space on the other side--what were they? Yes, all these names make sense. Alice was Fred's wife. Florah was their daughter. Jerry was a grandson, who had Down's Syndrome and actually lived a lot longer than they thought he would.
Added by Kim Benson on Mar 17, 2016 4:56 PM
|Donald Kinzie||mem 970885|
Dear Ms. Youngblood, Thank you for your dedication and service to findagrave. I appreciate that you are particular and careful about the information you post, however at times it is very difficult to ascertain if the information is 100% correct. When I first started using findagrave in my research I assumed if it was written in stone it must be correct, but that is not the case for the stone in the photo for this memorial.
Trampas is a nephew of mine. His given name at birth was Carey Glenn McClure, his mother (my sister) after divorcing Carey's dad, married a policeman by the name of Gilbert Montoya. Gilbert died in Moriarty, NM in Feb., 1967 by criminals breaking into a gas station late one night. To get to my point, Carey could never identify with who he was. I think he would have had problems even without the disruptions and crisis in his life. He was always making himself bigger and better than what he was. Carey entered the Marine Corps under his adopted and legal name of Carey Glenn Montoya, on Jan/ 20, 1976 after one year and four months he was discharged on May 28, 1976. I do not know what kind of discharge he received, but probably Undesirable with Honorable Conditions. I am certain he never advanced any further than Private while in the Marine Corps. It is for this reason I am asking you to remove the photo on this memorial. Cary's stone can carry the term Vietnam, as the Veteran
administration considers the Vietnam Era did not end until May 7, 1975 and Cary entered service before that date. He was certainly not a Staff Sergeant at any time during his short enlistment. At sometime during the 1980's Carey petition a court to change his name to Trampas E McClure.
I have tried to correct this displaying of fraud and want to be hero before with the VA Cemetery without success. I have requested Trampas' military records from the National Archives without achieving my goal, probably because of my explanation of the name change, etc, etc. I shall send another request and hope to resolve this matter.
This type of fraud and misrepresentation of status detracts and takes away from those who served our country with Honor. This evening I spoke with my brother Garry Kinzie, who maintains this memorial. He thought the only thing he could do would be to delete the memorial. This solution would not help, as some will intending person would just create a new memorial site. So please do not honor my nephew by letting him carry his lies and fraud even into and after death. Please remove your posted photo. Feel free to contact me through email firstname.lastname@example.org or at 928-854-3918 or cell 928-856-0169. I wanted to make this a private message through your email address but what you have listed is no longer active. Thank you, Donald G Kinzie USAF MSgt-Retired.
Added by Donald Kinzie on Feb 08, 2016 7:38 PM
|Mary(Coggin)Russell||RE: Brady Collard|
Thanks for sharing about your experience with him too. He was a fine young man. Always a jokster but a good kid. My son was hit hard when he died. His parents were really nice people also. I appreciate you adding the info on there.
Added by Mary(Coggin)Russell on Jan 26, 2016 1:07 PM
|Melissa OBrian||Re Hans Heinrich Anspach #33587391|
Looks like we share Hans Heinrich Anspach as a 9th great grandpa.
Have been working on them steadily the last couple of days...
I rotate from tree to tree to tree for our family histories. When one ancestor gets cranky or becomes a brick wall, I jump over the fence to another line! Keeps me fresh & new material some how shows itsel, or old data clarifies itself in the interim as it pleases itself to do.
Anyway, nice to meet you.
Added by Melissa OBrian on Sep 12, 2015 4:20 PM
I was really excited to find your memorials of William and Ella Rickman. Are you a relative of them?
Added by Mary(Coggin)Russell on Aug 01, 2015 7:50 AM
|Connie Yokum||Thank You|
Thanks for the photo of Ocie Bell's stone. I really appreciate the photo.
Added by Connie Yokum on Mar 12, 2015 2:40 PM
|Deloris Eastland||RE: Jemina Hawken|
The Little Kansas Cemetery has only five graves I believe. It is on a extremely large farm I think my husbands cousin said 50,000 acres. He got in touch with the people that owns the farm took them to the cemetery. And you have to have a heavy duty truck to get to it. His wife Denise Duncan put the pictures on Face Book. Don't know if they got all the names of the people in that cemetery. If you have Face Book you could send her a message. Or I can talk to her if you would like. Let me know either way. Take care.
Added by Deloris Eastland on Mar 07, 2015 5:01 PM
|Jane Marie Morrison||Clarence & Ada Leatherwood|
Thank you so much for the beautiful headstone photos! You and they are deeply appreciated.
Added by Jane Marie Morrison on Feb 10, 2015 4:20 PM
|Misty Sea||Norton Family|
Thank you ever so much for taking those WONDERFUL tombstone pictures of my Norton family in La Junta. I really appreciate the different views and close ups. You took tombstone pictures just like I like to do - showing it all.
Thank you again.
Added by Misty Sea on Feb 10, 2015 2:54 PM
|Alan Carlton||Grave Marker Photos|
Thank you very much for taking photographs of the grave marker of Nada Irene Jeffries.
Added by Alan Carlton on Feb 10, 2015 1:19 PM
|Marvin & Samme Templin||Bonnell Edmunds|
Thanks for filling our request.
Added by Marvin & Samme Templin on Feb 10, 2015 9:00 AM
|Barragirl||Eva Grace Ralston Flinn|
Thank you for the pics and making her husbands memorial.I would appreciate a transfer for Walter and I would update it now that I have more info on the family. If you need my Find A Grave number let me know. Once again thank you so much for the pics.
Added by Barragirl on Feb 10, 2015 7:27 AM
Thank you so very much for taking and posting the headstone photographs for
Stephen and Dorvilla Blevins and Mattie and Marion Broomfield in Fairview Cemetery.
May I use the photographs on ancestry.com?
Thanks you again.
Added by Robert Crutchfield on Feb 10, 2015 3:20 AM
|DVF||Coy G Finnell|
Many thanks for taking a photo I would likely never have been able to take myself. You made my day.
Added by DVF on Feb 10, 2015 2:24 AM