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Nancy Stephenson Guenther (#47290936)
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Diana McFadden Garrard
RE: Bass Lake Cemetery
I think you are wonderful to do this! I have found some of my best info on relatives on Find A Grave. Love it! I am new to this site and wondered if you could answer a question for me. A Mr. Craig Rohrer was taking care of my uncles Find A Grave page but Craig apparently passed away recently. I would like to transfer the acct to me and update it, I wrote to Find A Grave but haven't received a response yet. Any ideas for me? And sorry to hear about your accident. And I am so glad you sound like you are doing better. Good luck in the healing process. Happy History Hunting!

Added by Diana McFadden Garrard on Aug 30, 2014 8:19 AM

Diana McFadden Garrard
Bass Lake Cemetery
re: Matilda Fry & James Stephenson
Hello, friend and fellow researcher. I appreciate your additions to my family research. Could you please clarify the wedding date of Matilda and James on Matilda's Find A Grave page, Bass Lake Cem? She was born 1840 and listed as married 1814. Would love to have the accurate marriage date. Thanks so much! Happy Hunting! ;) crazy typos!


Added by Diana McFadden Garrard on Aug 28, 2014 3:53 PM

RE: Margaret Cooper Transfer
Sorry we are not directly related since I am only related through Mary Cooper's second husband, Jess Nowels. I tend to extend my research a lot, thus entered her parents, Margaret and Harrison Cooper. I had data on Mary and her siblings but over time just had not entered it or requested links which now has been done. Again I'm happy to add any data you want and give you credit. I do believe by linking to your memorial for Joseph that is a type of credit leading to you. Also your flower still exists with its information. You are right, it is not right to add data via flowers. Better to use the automated suggest a correction feature under the edit tab which now has fantastic update features linking directly to the appropriate memorial. Hope you enjoyed the updates and links I added.

Added by Airrow on Apr 17, 2014 8:50 PM

Jackie & Ralph
F A G Guidelines:
"Explain your relationship in the request! Any non-direct relatives (aunts, uncles, cousins, etc) are not required to be transferred. "
Please explain how you are related to the persons you have requested transfers for.
Thank you

Added by Jackie & Ralph on Apr 15, 2014 7:42 PM

Margaret Cooper Transfer
At this time I would prefer to maintain this memorial. I will be happy to consider any changes or additions you may wish. I added links this morning to her father and as many of her children as I can confirm.

Added by Airrow on Apr 15, 2014 11:01 AM

Margaret C Cowles
RE: the Stephenson families
Are you still with F.A.G? I've been trying to get ahold of some people who are directly related to the Stephenson families. If you'd call me at 574-216-8111 or e-mail me at I'd sure appreciate it. HELP.

I'm in Indiana now not VA. I'm selling my VA house as my oldest daughter (here in IN) says I need to be near her because I'm "...getting old and feeble". HA

Margaret Cowles

Added by Margaret C Cowles on Oct 18, 2013 2:07 PM

Carrie Zarnoch
Dan Post
Hi, I was wondering if in your research on Dan Post you ever came across the name Joseph Hall or his wife's, Lucy (Rawson) Hall. Dan Post was one of the administrators on Joseph Hall's estate in May of 1813 along with Joseph's wife Lucy. The Letter of Administration is still available in the Surrogate's Court in Herkimer Co., NY. I know several of Lucy's brothers lived in Newport as well, so I'm not sure why Dan was an administrator on the estate. Trying to figure out if he's related or if Joseph Hall came to Newport from Saybrook, CT as well and they were close friends or something.

Added by Carrie Zarnoch on Apr 20, 2013 2:07 PM

Dave Davisson
M E Davisson
My records may be wrong. I checked the Indiana WPA transcripts and it is indeed Moses E Davisson who is recorded as dying June 24, 1885, although the age back dates correctly to Mahal's brithdate, not Moses. Let me look into this further, sorry for the bother. I will try to obtain a copy of the actual death record and learn whether it says Mrs. Moses E Davisson, or whether the grieving family member gave the wrong birthdate to the stone cutter.

Added by Dave Davisson on Jul 11, 2012 5:16 PM

Dave Davisson
M E Davisson 52665843
Hi, cousin! I too am a descendant of Isaac and Isabella (Anderson) Davisson. I came across your note on the memorial to M E Davisson in Barkley Cemetery. I have been unable to locate the death and burial record for Moses Elssworth Davisson. This memorial is actually that of his wife, Mahala (Earlywine) Davisson, who shared his initials. I have submitted an update to the maintainer of the memorial. Would you please delete the flower with Moses' information so folks aren't confused? Thanks!

Added by Dave Davisson on Jul 11, 2012 4:30 PM

Margaret C Cowles
Fallis family
I've transfered them to you. In the future, please add memorial #'s behind the names. It just makes it so much easier for the receiver of your information to add what needs to be added. Sorry, but it doesn't seem that my computer will "talk" to any

As I asked in Janurary, please send me a person e-mail so it'll be easier for me to get in touch with you...have a new cell number that I don't wish EVERYone to have (just a few and you can be one).


Added by Margaret C Cowles on Jul 05, 2012 7:20 AM

Margaret C Cowles
RE: the Stephenson families
If you'll send me a e-mail to - I'll return it with my telephone # so we can actually talk! I've confussed you, I can tell. I have unlimited long-distance and would be glad to call you back or whatever.

Added by Margaret C Cowles on Jan 20, 2012 1:34 PM

Margaret C Cowles
the Stephenson families
hey Sweetie, ask that each of the memorials you talked about in your "flowers" at A.H.M.Cemetery be transfered to you. Then You do it right and add all that wonderful history in all the cemeteries. I see you're new also...but don't let that deter you from doing what's right. The flowers are supposed to more or less be a way to honor the person not really add data. Keep smiling and keep on keeping on! TTFN

Added by Margaret C Cowles on Jan 02, 2012 2:05 PM

Tracey (Maxson) Collins
Frys from Hartz Lake
Add a pic of the grave for Emmeline Fry of Hartz Lake Cemetery. No one else was near, so there maybe stone missing or buried. This was the only Fry.

Added by Tracey (Maxson) Collins on Apr 03, 2011 6:02 PM


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