|Sheila Mabe||RE: William Mabe|
You helped me before and since I can't get anyone at Find a Grave to reply to my question I thought you might point me in the right direction.
I am trying to get the ownership of two graves (#16391638 & #16391619) transferred to me but they were added by an anonymous person. Any ideas how I can make this happen?
Added by Sheila Mabe on Mar 12, 2014 9:34 AM
|the Ragityman||RE: Roberta Bowling|
Sorry about that. I'll get back to you on that. Thanks for your patience.
Added by the Ragityman on Mar 07, 2014 9:24 AM
Howard, Thanks for adding the family links to Pauline Major Ailor! Kind regards, Barb L.
Added by BarbLaFara on Feb 16, 2014 9:45 AM
|Doris Buckley Haskell||RE: Hetty Jeffrey|
Thank you very much. I've been working on her lately, and am grateful for the transfer.
Have a wonderful week.
Added by Doris Buckley Haskell on Feb 02, 2014 9:27 PM
|mark leet||James Sutherland|
Howard, I am looking for a James Sutherland (Sutherlin) that married a Rachel Gwinn 12 Nov 1840 in Jefferson County Tenn. They had a daughter Malinda Jane Sutherlin. She married Marcus Mills in Daviess County Kentucky. Their son James Mills married Mary Matilda Sutherlin the daughter of Evan Sutherlin. Evan was the son of William Southerland.
Added by mark leet on Jan 30, 2014 7:26 AM
Thank you for all your additions. My ancestors (great grandparents) were Truans who left Tennessee sometime around the 1910's and settled in Alhambra, California where my mother was born in 1942.
Added by Kerry Frith on Jan 28, 2014 12:46 AM
Thank you for the information. Your work is appreciated and your photos are excellent. I have used the Natl. Gravesite Locator for reference, but wasn't sure how accurate it is. I will give those "not here" memorials some attention when we are done with the duplicates. I'll see if I can either match them with a correctly spelled memorial by plot number or find out where they are really buried.
Added by brknhrt on Jan 24, 2014 2:48 PM
Howard, in almost all of the ones that USVA spelled the name wrong I sent the SAC to USVA and not you even though theirs was first. support(at)findagrave edits them, and I told them yours was the correct one. The last time I checked they were processing them and giving the contributor with the correct spelling management. All of the others, if there was a mistake or dates needed, I did submit edits through the new edit system. With the new system edits are being done more quickly - not perfect yet, but much better. We really are trying to clean up the mess the data import caused.
Added by brknhrt on Jan 23, 2014 6:36 PM
|Joe Mode||RE: Mary Weaver|
I checked out the information and appreciate the additions. I have sent some more information on my great grandparents for your consideration.
Added by Joe Mode on Jan 18, 2014 9:32 PM
|Joe Mode||RE: Joseph Alexander Davis|
I have the information on Mr. Gentry because he was a step-son of Joseph Alexander Davis. It's not necessary I suppose, but anyone kin on this side may like the additional information for reference sake. If you don't think it is necessary please feel free to remove it. Quite alright.
Added by Joe Mode on Jan 18, 2014 9:08 PM
|Joe Mode||RE: Melvin Davis|
Sorry to take so long. Made the connection for the infant Davis to Melvin and Maude. Thanks for your work and reminder.
Added by Joe Mode on Jan 18, 2014 9:01 PM
|Jennifer||RE: V. Thomas|
Vinyard is is first name! Thanks so much for the link. My dad has found 12 of the 13 siblings. Only one more to go! Thanks again for your time and help, Jennifer
Added by Jennifer on Jan 15, 2014 1:27 PM
|Reverend Larry||RE: Winnie Dobyns|
Yes, so have I found second marriages after first husband has died. I have found nothing on familysearch.org to give me any indication of that for either a Winnie Dobyns or a Winnie Dobbins. I sent you a change by way of the new edit system to change maiden name from Dobbins to Dobyns. I am putting together a new book on The Ledgerwood Family, so I will come across this again. Hehehehehe
Many Blessings and much laughter!
Rev. Larry Taylor (Ledgerwood Descendant)
Added by Reverend Larry on Jan 15, 2014 12:28 PM
|Don Yearout||MILLER'S LUTHERN CEMETERY|
First of all thank you for posting this cemetery. I have looked a long time to find my 4th great grandfather Abraham Yearout and I used to check findagrave often, but have not in probably a year. I logged in and did the searches I usually do and low and behold you had added this cemetery. Thanks again. I am planning on coming to this cemetery, but I cannot even with GPS locate it. Do you by chance know the approx address? Thank You.
Added by Don Yearout on Jan 11, 2014 8:27 PM
|Carolyn Lane Lewis||RE: Minnie Vandergriff|
Thanks for your help - I appreciate it.
Added by Carolyn Lane Lewis on Jan 10, 2014 7:18 AM
|Cheryl||RE: Ralph Adams|
Added by Cheryl on Jan 06, 2014 3:52 PM
|Connie Hymas||Dana Holloway request|
Thank you for your information - not being from Tennessee - I didn't know there was a different Union Cemetery. If you do find Dana there please let me know and I will change her memorial to the other cemetery before you add any photos. Thanks again for all your time and help, I really appreciate it!
Added by Connie Hymas on Jan 01, 2014 9:40 PM
|GLENN||RE: John and J.Elizabeth Gildersleeve|
Please feel free to hang my photos on your tree.
Have a great New Year...Glenn
Added by GLENN on Dec 31, 2013 7:57 AM
|Kim S.||RE: photo tricks|
Howard, Wow, that is a much bigger mirror (and distance!) than I would have ever imagined! Thank you so much for the tip! Yesterday was actually a rare day - overcast enough to be perfect with no glare - and I was able to take many new photos! Sun is bright again today. I'm going to shop for a cheap big mirror! Thanks again!
Added by Kim S. on Dec 28, 2013 12:09 PM
And I meant to say that here in Northern California central valley, we have very few non-sunny days that aren't rain! When we do, the overcast is often so thin that all it does is create a bad glare. Tricks?
Added by Kim S. on Dec 27, 2013 1:44 PM
|Kim S.||RE: photo tricks|
I also carry a "kit" but I've been having a hard time with the shady side of graves and also take second trips to shoot the other side. But there are two sections at the national cemetery I work that are south-facing so the back side, with the location engraving and the spouse, are always shaded. Unless I manage to catch free time on a very overcast day, I'm out of luck and the photos, after photoshopping to make them legible, look too bright. I love the idea of the mirror! I never thought of that! How big of a mirror do you use? I do carry an umbrella to soften glaring light, but it's hard to hold and shoot at the same time. Anyway, I really appreciate your care and diligence!
Happy New Year to you.
Added by Kim S. on Dec 27, 2013 1:42 PM
|Kim S.||Herbert Dimler|
Dear Sir, my good friend was engaged to Herbert when he was killed. She is not on FindaGrave, but knows I am and asked me to find him. She and her husband recently got to visit his grave. She gave me the information and I looked him up tonight and see that you took very good photos of his marker. Thank you! Thank you for caring enough to make sure the photos are good, legible, and without bird droppings! It means more than you will know.
Added by Kim S. on Dec 26, 2013 9:28 PM
|Shannon N.||Ernest Hall|
And thank you for my grandfather's memorial as well! I just noticed this.
You are an angel. :)
Added by Shannon N. on Dec 26, 2013 2:16 PM
|Shannon N.||Thank you!|
Thank you for giving me my great-grandfather Jeff Hall's memorial, sir! I truly appreciate it.
Looking around Find a Grave for graves in TN, I see your name or pictures everywhere. Thank you for all that you do for all of us!
Added by Shannon N. on Dec 26, 2013 2:15 PM
|Kathie L. Webb Blair||Edith Scandlyn|
She is buried under the name Edith Scandlyn. I'd think you could keep the original memorial you created with a note on her bio indicating she is buried in the other plot and may have remarried, giving names of both spouses. You are just too nice..... I can't tell you how much I've appreciated all of the help you've given to me the past few years in finding my (our) Burkhart relatives in Tennessee. Even though I'm in Oregon, I feel an affinity to your state and wish I could visit there some day, along with the Carolinas, Maryland and Georgia for I have many relatives on both my maternal and paternal sides of the family who lived there and their descendants are living there now. Wish I could take abt. 20 yrs. off of my tired body so I could take such a trip, but, if my dumb knees ever get replaced, you never know. Take care and have a wonderful Christmas. With All Sincerity,
Your Cousin, Kathie L. Webb Blair, Portland, OR
Added by Kathie L. Webb Blair on Dec 20, 2013 11:22 AM