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Margie D (#47627892)
 member for 4 years, 10 months, 22 days
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Brian Backes
RE: Thank you
Youíre very welcome. Iím glad I could help out.

Added by Brian Backes on Aug 16, 2016 5:09 PM

doug kitzan
RE: Error
I am sorry to hear that is the wrong marker, I have deleted the picture. Doug

Added by doug kitzan on Aug 04, 2016 5:24 PM

Sherbie58
RE: Thank you
You are quite welcome! I enjoy being able to fulfill someone's request!

Added by Sherbie58 on Aug 04, 2016 10:31 AM

Belinda Graupman
RE: Thank you
You are welcome!!!

Added by Belinda Graupman on Feb 24, 2016 8:24 PM

Eileen
RE: Thank you
You're welcome, Margie.

Added by Eileen on Jan 22, 2016 2:45 PM

Norb Sonen
Voss photo's
I looked for the Voss Headstone, but they may be covered in snow. If I am in the area this spring, I will try to look again.

Added by Norb Sonen on Jan 19, 2016 7:10 AM

Anne Gometz
Everett J Jones 113802813
I don't need to be referenced. Thanks.

Added by Anne Gometz on Aug 25, 2015 10:28 AM

Anne Gometz
Everett J Jones 113802813
Margie, I'm not a descendant; I'm working on a project about Gaston County WW I soldiers. If you want to put a note mentioning that he was probably the last surviving vet of that war in the county, I'm sure that would interest some people. If I ever find anything to the contrary I'll let you know!

Added by Anne Gometz on Aug 24, 2015 7:56 AM

Anne Gometz
Everett J Jones 113802813
Margie, I think that Everett may have been Gaston County's longest surviving WW I vet. Ever heard anything to that effect?

Added by Anne Gometz on Aug 16, 2015 4:09 PM

Dennis Harmsen
RE: Geraldson
Hi! I decided not to create a memorial for Jeanne Geraldson and thought you could do that. My information for her is in Albert's memorial. No, I really don't think Jeanne is the first wife, for she was born in 1920. Albert would be 15 years old when she was born. Florence makes a better choice as being 1st, born in 1899 in South Dakota. Like I said, a cemetery photo of Albert and his wife would answer questions. Have photo requests been made? Also, yes I copied those links you provided and brought them up on my computer, so I did view them. I guess you could have Albert Geraldson memorial, for he's not related to me. Let me know if you want it.

Added by Dennis Harmsen on Jul 13, 2015 2:08 PM

Dennis Harmsen
RE: Albert Geraldson
Hello! Interesting, for I could not find those items on Family Search. I found more information on Rootsweb, death records for California. I see Florence and Jeanne Geraldson listed and they died a month apart from each other. Florence was born in South Dakota and died in the same county as Albert. Albert and Florence may have divorced and Albert then married Jeanne, but no marriage records can be found. Ancestry has nothing for Florence or Jeanne, only two listings for Albert, and those hardly had any information. Another website I looked at was the Minnesota State birth records and found Jeanne, but her parents are unknown, only the surnames, Gray and Duffield are known. Maybe gravestone pictures would provide more information. Albert Geraldson memorial, 148864611. Good luck to you!

Added by Dennis Harmsen on Jul 12, 2015 10:09 AM

Dennis Harmsen
RE: Albert Geraldson
Hi! You don't have to accept those Edit Requests if you don't feel they are correct. I do believe those three children, two girls (Agnes & Anna) and one boy (Aanan), are those of Gerald and Siri. No, I am not related to the Geraldson family, but my family is related to Lulu (Kaufman) Geraldson, the wife of Anton Emanual "Emil" Geraldson. I was putting in his obituary on his memorial yesterday when I noticed he had two sisters named Agnes. How can that be? That started me off on the Geraldson research, which started those Edit Requests. I habit of mine that I should control, but I feel the need even if it's not my family. I need to put in Lulu's obituary now. I do access Ancestry website for information, but I know you really can't be sure on some of the information given. I like the website, Family Search. It's a collection of county records, birth, death, marriage, census records, military records. I see Find-A-Grave information on that site, so they are providing their information to Family Search and even Google. Find-A-Grave was brought by Ancestry, if you didn't know of this. I really don't like the idea of Find-A-Grave information being available on Google. It just doesn't belong there. As for burial books, I have found them to be chucked full of errors! I know some people working with genealogy family centers, etc., put old cemetery books into Find-A-Grave. Yes, that is nice to do, but it doesn't make it all correct. People made mistakes back in the days. Some see "C" and some see it as "O" or "G", "3" as "8", etc. Don't get me started with surnames getting all mixed up! If any other questions, do let me know. Thanks for your message.

Added by Dennis Harmsen on Jul 09, 2015 8:54 AM

Clytie Somers
RE: Thank you
The people who take care of the Nassau-Schodack cemetery are Rudy and his wife Janet Noeth, how are you related. Do you want to contact them? her email is jnoeth@nycap.rr.com they helped me find the headstones, they have a infant daughter buried there as well.

Added by Clytie Somers on Jun 19, 2015 8:16 AM

Ellen Bishop
RE: Thank you
Thanks for the good words, from your mouth to Find A Grave;s ears! lol

Added by Ellen Bishop on Apr 27, 2015 3:44 PM

Del Gran
Anna (Carter) Myhre, Margie is a "Super Genealogist"
Margie,
I wanted to thank you for the assistance you provided in connecting Anna to her ancestors and recognize the exceptionally high quality of the genealogical work that you contribute to Find A Grave.

I have added information from several of your memorials to my Family Tree and it is easy to understand why your "numbers" are low in that the "quality" of your memorials is "over the top end of the scale".

I also appreciate your contributions to my understanding of Norwegian genealogy customs.
Thank You!

Added by Del Gran on Apr 17, 2015 8:57 PM

Robin Woolson Abrams
RE: Thank you
you are welcome...long time coming. ALSO, the front office told me Claude did not have a plaque...which he does and its older than Esther's. Their data is in error. Just an FYI...not that it matters much.

Added by Robin Woolson Abrams on Apr 13, 2015 3:16 PM

DMaron
RE: Thank you
I'm glad to have helped and appreciate your thanks. Best wishes, Dale

Added by DMaron on Dec 11, 2014 5:13 PM

Damon Fisher
RE. Devoe
your welcome. I did take a photo of his marker for you I will add it to his memorial when it is made. Thanks Damon

Added by Damon Fisher on Oct 27, 2014 10:34 PM

Diane Reuscher
RE: Thank you
You're welcome. I'll miss doing this now that winter is close.

Added by Diane Reuscher on Oct 23, 2014 11:29 PM

Tombstone Treasures
RE: Lydia and Ulysses Ridgeway
You're very welcome and I hope it helped you.

Happy researching -

Tombstone Treasures

Added by Tombstone Treasures on Aug 19, 2014 8:30 PM

Remember Them Always
RE: Thank you
You're most welcome! =)

Added by Remember Them Always on Aug 18, 2014 1:31 PM

Tombstone Treasures
Lydia and Ulysses Ridgeway
Hi Margie -

I noticed you were wanting a photo of the Ridgeway's headstone.

I found a photograph for you, not one that I took myself, and you can't use it here on Find a Grave, but you can probably have it for your private use...nothing public without the consent of the person that took the photograph.

Anyway, here is the link:

http://iowagravestones.org/gs_view.php?id=734801

This link also gives you the email of the person who took the photo (if it's updated, who knows) so you can contact them.

Hope this helps...some of these rural cemeteries have very few volunteers available, and you could be waiting a very long time before someone goes there for photos.

Tombstone Treasures

Added by Tombstone Treasures on Jul 14, 2014 10:02 AM

Gordon Edwards
RE: Thank you
You are so welcome. I am sending two photos to your e-mail - these two folks are in the Linville plot.

Added by Gordon Edwards on Jun 10, 2014 12:15 PM

Grandma Ham
RE: Thank you
You are so welcome!

Added by Grandma Ham on May 27, 2014 10:17 AM

JanM
RE: Thank you
You are very welcome. Jan

Added by JanM on May 26, 2014 8:19 PM

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