|Timothy Wayne Thomas||Catherine Moore of Charlotte NC|
did this Catherine Moore have three kids named Jarrett, Lasker, and Henry ? And Henry Middle name was Middleton? That moved to Gaston County NC ? And you can't find there names in the Census under the name Moore. ?
Lasker Moore is buried either in South Carolina or Virginia or even Chesterfield SC or even Charlotte NC.
Jarrett Moore is buried in Gaston County or Gastonia
Henry Moore never married
Added by Timothy Wayne Thomas on Nov 24, 2016 3:01 PM
I transferred her memorial page to you as I am not related to her.
Thana White Cottrell
Added by TWC on Oct 05, 2016 11:48 PM
|BRADLEY INGELS||RE: John Childers|
See email which I sent.
Find A Grave
Added by BRADLEY INGELS on Aug 17, 2016 8:28 PM
|Jasper van Haren||RE: Adoptiegraven|
The website I send you is the website that helps everybody with information about how to research soldier, information about the cemeteries etc etc. This is our foundation website, and it is attached to the fields of honor database (www.fieldsofhonor-database.com)which is our biggest project.
The website to adopt a grave is different: there is one official adopting commitee in the Netherlands and one in Belgium.
For the Netherlands it is: http://www.adoptiegraven-margraten.nl/en/
For Belgium there will be a NEW adopting program, I will be one of the board member of that new commitee, and the website isn't there yet, but there will be a new website for adopting in Belgium later this year.
About adopting in the Netherlands: there is no grave or name available to adopt in the Netherlands. All names and graves are adopted and there is a waiting list.
About adopting in Belgium: In Belgium there are lots of graves available for adopting, but at this moment everything is on hold because they are building the new program. I have a meeting about that in September.
Its also not possible to adopt a grave overseas. So if you are not a local citizen, you cannot adopt a grave on the American Cemeteries in the Netherlands or Belgium.
Have a wonderful day,
Added by Jasper van Haren on Jul 26, 2016 3:13 AM
|Jasper van Haren||RE: Adoptiegraven|
I do remeber you, and your are right: the link is not correct anymore. We update our website to a official foundation website. We have grown into a very nice and big WWII foundation:
If you have any further questions, just let me know.
Added by Jasper van Haren on Jul 26, 2016 12:02 AM
|joan||RE: oscoe Alexander|
Rhea, I don`t know how to help you on that. Is there a way to ask Find A Grave ? Joan
Added by joan on Jun 09, 2016 3:39 AM
Hi again. Thanks for the info on Mr. Eller. It has been added to his memorial. Thanks again and have a great evening. Joan
Added by joan on Jun 08, 2016 7:32 PM
|joan||RE: Roscoe Alexander|
Rhea, right now due to health problems I`m unable to visit cemeteries. Maybe some one else could do that for you. I am so very sorry. Joan
Added by joan on Jun 08, 2016 7:17 PM
|nancy murray||RE: Martha Mayne Pannell Chastain|
Which cemetery was this and can you refer me to her number? Nancy
Added by nancy murray on Apr 03, 2016 7:33 PM
|Mike Huffstetler||RE: Franklin|
I added the marker to help show the location of his grave. But will remove them per your request
Added by Mike Huffstetler on Mar 03, 2016 5:34 AM
|Mike Huffstetler||Franklin Gene Miles|
In an unmarked grave in Section E Plot 175 grave 3 Plot is owned by Oscar V Eller
Added by Mike Huffstetler on Mar 02, 2016 2:12 PM
|Brian J. Ensley||Maggie Stophel #122299806|
Maggie E. Stophel is buried in an unmarked grave in Section Prospect 4, Lot 46. Cemetery records also show a 4-year old Francis Stophel, but no Frank (Husband). The only Stophel's in this plot that have a headstone is 19 year-old Bertha and 41 year-old Joseph T. (which is knocked over and currently covered by snow).
Since Maggie doesn't have a headstone I'm going to post a photo of the family plot so at least there will be something to show on her memorial and to document the site.
Added by Brian J. Ensley on Feb 18, 2016 2:56 PM
|Barbara Spears Pipek||Mary Jane Stewart|
I received your email on Mary Jane.
I am not related to her. I don't know how I got the Memorial transferred to me.
I added a note on the memorial that the comment was from the original creator.
Wish I could help you.
Added by Barbara Spears Pipek on Feb 14, 2016 2:26 PM
|Joy Steele||RE: Tobe E. Eller Jr.|
Don't worry. I did not just recently go out to Triplett. I'm not sure why I took the Eller photos that I do have. Usually, I take photos of all the same-family grave sites that I see even if they are not a request. Since your current requests are in the same location as the other Ellers, I'm surprised I did not get photos if grave sites are marked.
Someone else may pick them up, but no one usually takes photos out there. Because it's a bit of a trip for me, I usually let requests "collect." They can be there for weeks. If they are still there when the weather gets a bit nicer, I will claim and fill the request.
Added by Joy Steele on Feb 10, 2016 4:25 PM
|Joy Steele||RE: Tobe E. Eller Jr.|
Hello Rhea. I do remember meeting you at the Rowan Library and enjoyed our time together very much. You are welcome for the photos. I had taken these a while ago when out at Triplett for other requests. I do not have the other you wanted. When the weather gets a little better, I'll go out there.
Glad you're back into genealogy. A break does help sometimes, though. Hope you're having a good year.
Added by Joy Steele on Feb 10, 2016 2:40 PM
|Kathy Merris Mills||RE: Marshall Nay Eller|
That would be fine. Use my photos as needed as long as you specify where you got them. Thanks for asking.
Added by Kathy Merris Mills on Feb 06, 2016 9:04 PM
|joan||RE: Willie Maude Eller Poteat|
Rhea, feel free to use any of my photos. Have a great night. Joan
Added by joan on Jan 29, 2016 9:16 PM
|Geo Clinton||Amanda Hood|
If you read the memorial, I have quoted an article from the Carroll paper dated August 10, 1936. It says "Mrs. Hood died Dec. 18, 1918, at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Lenore Miller, in Wilmette, Illinois."
Added by Geo Clinton on Jan 16, 2016 8:58 AM
|sheuringd||Kathryn Sweat Request|
There is no grave in the Sweat Family plot for Walter Sylvester Hilderbrand, We'll be glad to continue to look for the grave in Blackshear City Cemetery if you'd like though. Forrest Sweat lies next to Kathryn, and he's on Findagrave at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=Sweat&GSiman=1&GScid=32880&GRid=16917059&. If the link doesn't work, his is memorial # 16917059. You can send an edit request (top right tab of memorial which will link him to her page)
Let me know if you need any more information.
Added by sheuringd on Dec 30, 2015 1:44 PM
|Tim Cook||RE: Lt. John Allen Eidson|
Thank you for your message, and remembering our veterans!
Added by Tim Cook on Dec 16, 2015 9:30 AM
|Goldman 96||RE: John Hammond Altee|
You are very welcome! I live in the Columbia/Lexington area, so if you need photos in this part of the state, feel free to ask. It's not a problem. I am from the Upstate, though, and frequently go visit family, so if you need photos from the Saluda/Greenwood/Ninety Six areas, & maybe Abbeville, I can do those as well. It may take me longer to get those than ones around Lexington/Columbia, but I'm usually in the Upstate every couple of weeks. Just a thought! :)
Added by Goldman 96 on Dec 14, 2015 11:24 PM
|Goldman 96||Inactive Members|
I found this in the Find A Grave Faqs. You'll end up having to go thru Find A Grave to get it transferred if the member is truly inactive. Hope this helps!
What if I suggest a correction and the contributor doesn't respond?
Have patience. Many contributors receive hundreds of corrections every month and it may take a while for your correction to be processed. Also, not every Find A Grave contributor is active on a daily basis on the site. If you have suggested a correction and waited longer than thirty days for it to be processed or if you have found a contributor who you believe to be permanently inactive, please send the correction to email@example.com with source and documentation, and we will edit the memorial on their behalf.
As a contributor, do I have to make corrections or additions to the memorials I manage?
Find A Grave memorials are to be viewed as works in progress. There is always the potential for someone to send you a correction or additional information. As the manager of the memorial, we hope that you will be excited to receive and post new information as it is presented to you. If you neglect to update memorials when valid corrections are sent to you, we may determine that you have become an inactive member. If that happens, we may make corrections on your behalf or transfer management of the memorial to an active contributor. If you have added memorials that you do not want to manage, please let Find A Grave know, and we will assume management.
Added by Goldman 96 on Dec 14, 2015 10:43 PM
|Goldman 96||Photos of Stones/Graves in SC|
I stumbled on your profile & happened to notice you'd asked someone about taking pics/going to a cemetery in SC, & he told you that he no longer lives in SC. I will be more than happy
to help you with pics/etc if at all possible. Let me know where the cemetery(s) are & I'll see if it's near me.
Added by Goldman 96 on Dec 14, 2015 9:47 PM
|Spaceman Spiff||RE: Edgar Shumate|
I was at the cemetery again today and I checked the graves to either side of Edgar Shumate. Both were completely unrelated men and not his wife.
Added by Spaceman Spiff on Dec 11, 2015 7:37 PM
|Loretta Castaldi||RE: 1 Lt John Allen Eidson|
I went to Arlington Cemetery this morning to look at the back of the tombstone of John Allen Eidson. The only information posted on the back is the Surname and the gravesite locator number. There is no information about a purple heart. As I was walking through the cemetery I noticed only one other stone that mentioned a purple heart and this was the stone of a Medal of Honor winner. I saw the stones of many who were KIA, so surely they received a purple heart. I'm wondering if there's a protocol that stipulates that purple hearts aren't mentioned on the tombstone. I.e. just because it's not engraved on Lt. Eidson's stone doesn't mean he wasn't awarded one.
I'm not going to post to Find A Grave the photo of the back of the tombstone but if you'd like me to email it to you, I will, if you provide your email address.
Added by Loretta Castaldi on Dec 10, 2015 1:04 PM