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Richard Moberly (#47003541)
 member for 8 years, 3 days
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Phil & Donna (Stricklan) Whitaker
RE: LTC Edward Sang Um
No problem. I have done it myself more than once. Best laid plans!!!

Added by Phil & Donna (Stricklan) ... on May 24, 2015 5:55 PM

J Zachman
Washington County Oklahoma
Terri & Richard,
Please accept my deepest and heartfelt appreciation for the contributions you made to Findagrave in Washington County. You made it possible for me and hundreds of others to locate our deceased relatives with a "click of the mouse". You also took the extra time and provided photos of grave markers, which helped with birth and death dates.
I do not know the circumstances you encountered in which your kindness was treated with such disdain as to cause you to cease your volunteerism. I am appalled that anyone would act in any way other than grateful. I have always deeply appreciated acts of genealogical kindness and am indebted to you for yours.

Kindest Regards,
Joyce Gehring Zachman

Added by J Zachman on May 20, 2015 8:35 AM

KRISTY FOX
In appreciation
I am sorry to hear you aren't involved with Find A Grave any longer.

I believe that everyone should be remembered, and I am sure you feel the same; it shows in the number of photographs you have taken and the miles you have walked.

I, for one, appreciate all of the work you have done. You have added memorials of my friends and maybe some family members. I thank you for that.

I know you have touched the lives of countless families by your thoughtfulness.

Added by KRISTY FOX on May 08, 2015 10:18 AM

nita stolns
Maud Baker
Thank you for your quick response on the transfer. Its greatly appreciated. Have a good day...

Nita Stolns~

Added by nita stolns on Apr 17, 2015 12:31 AM

nita stolns
Swank
Thanks for the letting me managing Infant Swank's Memorial and the added features I'm sure you took of your time to help me out. I started researching right away and found out who I thought it might be, I checked all the odds and came up the only possible one. I mentioned earlier because of the time frame that I thought it could be a flu related death. After looking and studying I changed my thinking. No proof but I think the infant was a premmie and only lived a few days because of being tiny and being not fully developed. My great uncle passed from the same exact thing. Appreciate all the work you both do on F a G.

Added by nita stolns on Mar 30, 2015 1:10 AM

nita stolns
Silas Miller
Thank you very much for letting me manage Silas Miller. It is very much appreciated as well as all your good efforts on F A G

Added by nita stolns on Mar 25, 2015 2:44 PM

nita stolns
Deceased Gravers
I have family that was edited by a fallen graver. I had already asked on a previous thread how would one manage those?? Some are my direct family. Is their some insight that you could help me with. Thank you again for all the work you both have contributed to F A G. nstolns@gmail.com or my F A G#47233907

Added by nita stolns on Mar 25, 2015 2:42 PM

Joe Todd
Gracie Eyler
Rich, I deleted mine, I'm sorry for the duplicate.

Added by Joe Todd on Mar 24, 2015 10:32 PM

Tiffany
Bonnie May Cranor, Donald R Dougherty
Thank you for creating the memorials for my grandmother, Bonnie May Cranor # 31641525 and my uncle, Donald R Dougherty # 32029589. I was unaware of Find A Grave at that time. I manage Bonnie's husband (my grandfather) Clarence Lee Dougherty's memorial and would be happy to take care of Bonnie and Donald's memorials if you would like to transfer them to me.

Added by Tiffany on Jan 29, 2015 6:07 PM

huffybuffy
Thanks
Thanks for all your work. There are lots of us who appreciate all you have done. Brenda

Added by huffybuffy on Jan 28, 2015 11:28 PM

nita stolns
Martha A Gorden
#40462602. Sorry about how some people treat others when they are all striving for the same goal. I was wondering if you could turn over management of my Great Grandmother on my mothers side. Martha A Gorden born 1843 passed 1885. Thank you.
Nita May Stolns

Added by nita stolns on Nov 24, 2014 11:23 PM

Lee An
RE: Musgrove & Rogers memorials
You are very welcome, thank you for all the great work you do here too. It sure seems like the dearly departed want to keep us on our toes lol. Have a good one! Lee

Added by Lee An on Nov 03, 2014 7:50 PM

Pam Kirkpatrick
81417934 Frances L. Maberry
Just wondering if you know what is inscribed on her stone (btw, she is the daughter of Louisa Berry).

Added by Pam Kirkpatrick on Oct 22, 2014 11:20 AM

Pam Kirkpatrick
35308643 Louisa Nidiffer Meadows Berry
Hi - just wondering where the name Meadows comes from - I believe this is the mother of my step-grandfather's mother (complicated), whose first marriage was to Leroy Blevins. Do you know if there was another marriage to a Meadows? Thanks, Pam

Added by Pam Kirkpatrick on Oct 22, 2014 9:31 AM

Carl Catherman
Albert Bolender
Thank you very much for updating his memorial.

Added by Carl Catherman on Oct 11, 2014 7:05 AM

Kyle James Henegar
RE: Mae Wilmoth Porter
Thanks you very much for the transfer!!!

Added by Kyle James Henegar on Oct 06, 2014 2:25 PM

Kyle James Henegar
Mae Wilmoth Porter
Hello,My name is Kyle Henegar and I would love for you to transfer My greatgrandmothers sister, Mae Wilmoth Porter's memorial to my care, Memorial number 31643506

Added by Kyle James Henegar on Oct 05, 2014 6:11 PM

Rose Anna Pyle Earley
Thank you
Thank you so very much for the transfer of the Odles to me.

I really appreciate your giving of so much of your time.

Added by Rose Anna Pyle Earley on Oct 05, 2014 9:37 AM

Danny Cantrell
RE: P D Owen tombstone identified
Thanks, Richard. I'm very happy that you enjoyed the book. I wrote it in 1991 or so, and have been pleased that it has helped families learn more about their ancestors, and in some instances helped unite people with family that they didn't know they had.

Please let me know anything you can learn about Elmer Owen, and any photos that his descendants may have of Pearl. No one from Pearl's family had any pictures of her, and those in the newspapers were not worthy of reproduction in the book.
Take care, and thanks again!

Added by Danny Cantrell on Oct 04, 2014 5:55 PM

Rose Anna Pyle Earley
Transfer of Memorials
If you are no longer interested in dealing with the memorials that you have set up and are still interested in transferring to family, the following are great grandparents and uncles of my husband that I would appreciate you transferring to me.

Odle, Henryetta " Etta" Welch 32187678
Odle, Jack 32186475
Odle, Sgt. Raymond 30671605
Odle, Sam 32186501
Odle, William Benjamin 32186449

I really appreciate the care you have given in creating these memorials and all the others you have done.

Rose Pyle Earley
rose_earley@yahoo.com

Added by Rose Anna Pyle Earley on Oct 04, 2014 5:48 PM

Jeff Cheney
RE: Zelma Murphy
Thank you for your generosity!

Added by Jeff Cheney on Oct 04, 2014 3:24 PM

Danny Cantrell
RE: P D Owen tombstone identified
Thanks for your reply, Richard. Yes, I believe Pearl's maiden name was Decker, and she was married to Elmer Owen (spelled Owens in the newspaper accounts). Her father's name was Lawson, and one of her brothers was Noah.

I look forward to your impressions after reading the book.

Take care,

Danny

Added by Danny Cantrell on Sep 26, 2014 5:41 PM

Danny Cantrell
P D Owen tombstone identified
Mr. Moberly,

Thanks to a request from a reader of my book, The Unwritten Law, A True Crime of Passion, I decided to look up the name of the cemetery where Pearl Decker Owen was buried.

I remembered from my 1991 research of microfilmed newspapers that Pearl was buried in a cemetery which started with the letter "G." The reader, Anna Richter, emailed me today, asking where in Glen Dean, Ky. that Pearl was buried.

Thanks to a quick search on Google, I found Goshen Baptist Church Cemetery, and from there, your inquiry and photo about the full name of P. D. Owen.

Pearl Decker Owen was murdered on a southbound train outside Somerset, Kentucky on the night of August 10, 1928 by her lover's wife.

Thank you so much for your photo and inquiry which has allowed me, along with Ms. Richter, to obtain this important information.

Danny Cantrell

Added by Danny Cantrell on Sep 24, 2014 5:38 PM

James M. Qualls
RE: Mike Mueller Memorial
You're welcome, Mr. Mobley. I knew Mike briefly. He was truly a gentleman and a God loving man. I crossed paths with him in flight school in 1986-87 in Beeville, Texas. He sure was well liked and admired.

After he was listed as missing, many of us held prayer vigils and gathered to pray for his safe return and for the well being of his family.

It was such a tremendous shock after we learned what had happened to this fine man and the other pilot, CAPT Daniel Ginsberg.

Best Regards,

Jim Qualls

Added by James M. Qualls on Sep 04, 2014 11:19 PM

Nancy Ladd
RE: Silas Clark and his wife
Dear Richard, Thank you so very much for the transfer of the memorials and also for the very gracious note. I did a lot of family tree research for a dear lady who passed away this week, and her husband and sons asked me if I would now do some work on the Case/Clark family. Thank you for making my job so much easier. Please never hesitate to ask if I can return the favor to you. Thanks again. Nancy

Added by Nancy Ladd on Aug 24, 2014 4:18 PM

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