|Sue||Gordon, Freddie & Ida|
I sent a couple of incorrect relationship SACs to you (I put the child's # in the spouse slot, oops), and just now sent the corrections. Sorry for the error! The new SACs will fix it.
Added by Sue on Apr 13, 2015 8:49 AM
|Clc||Mary Eliz. Gray Phillips|
Thanks for the transfer for Mary Elizabeth Gray Phillips; her memorial is updated now and family connections are linked.
Added by Clc on Apr 10, 2015 9:21 PM
|Johnny Drury||Charles Knight|
Thanks for all of your hard work contributing to Findagrave.com.
I am writing to request transfer to me of the page for Charles Knight (1797-1870); Findagrave #99696598.
Charles Knight was my g-g-g-grandfather. He was a Massachusetts-educated "druggest" who moved to Ohio County, KY. He had two daughters. In the 1840s, the family moved to Potosi, WI. They moved back to KY at the outbreak of the Civil War. He died in Ohio County, KY (thus the grave you have recorded.) I have just now added a pic of him to your page.
Thanks in advance for your consideration to transfer. My screen name is Johnny Drury; my Findagrave Member number is 47696793.
Added by Johnny Drury on Mar 07, 2015 10:23 AM
|FamilySleuth||Samuel Bailey Correction|
Thanks for all the work you're doing. I just wanted to bring to your attention a correction for Samuel Bailey buried in Piney Grove Cemetery, Midtown, Roane County, Tennessee. His mother was Sarah F Isham Bailey (2 Mar 1845 - 7 Jan 1914). Samuel's middle initial is "L".
Added by FamilySleuth on Feb 06, 2015 10:44 AM
|Alix Hagstrom||Kirk Fairall|
THANKS for adding the dates !!!
Added by Alix Hagstrom on Jan 11, 2015 12:59 PM
|Alix Hagstrom||Mae Eveline Fairall|
THANKS for taking the time to edit the bio for Mae Eveline Fairall.
Added by Alix Hagstrom on Jan 11, 2015 12:57 PM
|Alix Hagstrom||Mem: 94886938 Kirk Fairall|
Me again... could you add dates to Kirk Fairall's listing?
Birth: Jul 1882
Death: May 1887
Kirk and another young boy died tragically in a fire that was accidentally started in the family barn while playing with friends. His father is Herbert Snowden Fairall, Sr (1854-1907); his mother is Lillian S. Adams Fairall (1856-1927); his siblings are: Herbert Snowden Fairall, MD (1878-1914) and Henrietta Adams Fairall (1879-1977).
Added by Alix Hagstrom on Jan 10, 2015 1:38 PM
|Alix Hagstrom||Mem: 94886981 Mae Eveline Fairall|
THANKS SO MUCH for revising the listing for Mae Eveline Fairall... SO QUICKLY !!
Is it possible to add dates?
Birth: Jan 1850
Death: Mar 1924
Also... could you revise the word 'spinster' to 'devoted' music teacher (piano)
I did not know that you would add my comments to her listing... probably my use of the word 'spinster' was not kind.
Added by Alix Hagstrom on Jan 10, 2015 12:52 PM
|Alix Hagstrom||Mae Heard (Oakland Cemetery)|
Mem: 94886981 Mae Heard (Oakland Cemetery..Iowa)
FANTASTIC to find Mae's headstone. (I discovered the listing while researching her sister, Anna Rachel Fairall Heard). Is it possible to revise the listing for Mae to 'Mae Eveline Fairall'? Mae was a spinster music teacher and was the last living member of her 'Fairall' family in Iowa City IA. Her father was Truman Fairall (1799-1869); her mother was Mary Pusey Husband Fairall (1810-1892); her siblings were: Anna Rachel Fairall Heard (1828-1910; Martha 'Mattie I. Fairall Fickey (1832-1911); Samuel Husband Fairall (1835-1909); Herman Harrison Fairall (1840-1912); Herbert Snowden Fairall (1854-1907).
FIND-A-GRAVE has been so very helpful in my research. Your work is very much appreciated. In many cases, the only photos that I have of past relatives are from FIND-A-GRAVE.
Added by Alix Hagstrom on Jan 09, 2015 10:40 AM
|Gail Deck||Thank You!|
Appreciated your prompt reply to my request and the extra information you sent to me about Calvin Morris.
Sincerely, Gail Deck
Added by Gail Deck on Jan 04, 2015 6:34 PM
|Gail Deck||Permission to Use Photo: Memorial 40980969 (Calvin Morris)|
Thanks so much for your diligence and hard work in documenting and photographing grave sites. It is wonderful to be able to find members of my family on Find A Grave. Keep up the terrific service you are giving!
My Request: I would like to have your permission to use the photos on Memorial 40980969 (Calvin Morris) for my public family tree online and my own personal database.
Again, my appreciation to you for all you do for family history research. Happy New Year!
Added by Gail Deck on Jan 01, 2015 9:47 AM
|Diane Bynum||Correction Of Names|
Hi Bobby, Thank you for all your hard work in preserving the family history. I just saw #81935667, James Bynum page, his correct name is"James Monroe Bynum" not Mae, and his wife is"Etta Dona Jett Bynum" only one n in Dona. You have really done an outstanding job in all you have gathered, thank you, Diane Bynum
Added by Diane Bynum on Dec 13, 2014 9:59 AM
|Patricia Jett||RE: Selden Jett Cemetery|
Hey Bobby, just give me a few weeks to start again on the family tree - had to put my mom's house up for sale so she can move in with me so everything is crazy right now. I will be glad to help any way I can. There are if I remember correctly 7 graves on the Beach Farm cemetery. My dad's brother and sister are buried there. Just give me a little time to get my mom settled and I will figure it out for you. And this spring if you want me to take you up there will be glad too. Also to the Sid Jett one and the Seldon Jett one. Take care and will talk to you soon.
Added by Patricia Jett on Nov 29, 2014 1:36 PM
|Todd Whitesides||RE: Granville Jett|
My 2nd-great-grandmother Sallie Whitesides's maiden name was Jett. Her memorial is #73127206 if you have the time to take a look.
Added by Todd Whitesides on Nov 04, 2014 2:12 PM
|Todd Whitesides||Granville Jett|
Moved his memorial as requested. Thanks.
Added by Todd Whitesides on Nov 04, 2014 2:01 PM
|Ron Johnson||Irene Juanita Jett Pinkston|
I am in Columbia, TN and occasionally travel around to check on cemeteries. When I find a person who is not on Find A Grave, I create a page and then find info on that person.
I am in the middle of Mars Hill Cemetery near Cornersville, TN. I just finished Irene Juanita Jett Pinkston (#128352695) where I came across your Irene Juanita Jett Pinkston page (#82369913). At this point (yes, I have created duplicates by accident, before) I usually allow the original page to stand and let the owner take whatever info I have before I delete it. However, since yours is located in the wrong cemetery, and there are no links, I was thinking the best thing would be if I transfer my page to you and you delete yours. A lot easier, I think.
Please let me know what you decide. If I have any more you wish to have (and I have a few Jetts), let me know.
Added by Ron Johnson on Nov 03, 2014 7:53 AM
|Patricia Jett||RE: Jetts buried on Beach Farm|
Hi Bobby, yes you have to follow the road all the way past the barns = then you have to walk ( on level land) and then have to hike up the mountain on the left. It's up there I promise LOL - would have been glad to take you guys up there if I had known. Let me know how you are related to me LOL I have at least 450 pages on the JETTS and a lot of tombstone pics. Just let me know. Trish
Added by Patricia Jett on Nov 03, 2014 4:55 AM
|Mark Wilson||RE: Mort Jett Cemetery|
Yes, I have updated the records for George, Dora, Elizabeth, Vardie, and Reed. Looks like we are about equally related to them, but I don't mind to transfer. I will take care of that today.
Added by Mark Wilson on Oct 24, 2014 11:24 AM
|Mark Wilson||Mort Jett Cemetery|
Bobby, thanks for adding so many photos for this cemetery. I got your emails for George, Dora, and Elizabeth Hollon. I think the best route here is for you to add the photos to my memorials so you get credit for the pictures, instead of me copying them from yours. Also, if you are related, I'll be happy to transfer my memorials to you. I am related as well, but it is distantly.
Added by Mark Wilson on Oct 24, 2014 6:08 AM
|Mark Wilson||Elizabeth Hollon|
Thank you for the photo of Elizabeth Hollon. If it's okay with you, I'm going to add it to my Ancestry.com tree.
Added by Mark Wilson on Oct 23, 2014 6:07 AM
Hi, I'm making a list for a some-day trip to Oakland Cemetery in Iowa City and I see you have requests for Joseph and Lucinda Wood. Both of these memorials already have pictures which were added by you, so I'm confused about what you're asking for exactly. Was this a mistake or could you clarify what you're wanting? Thanks. :)
Added by J.B. on Oct 19, 2014 10:54 AM
|Donna Bogs||That's the article|
There was no mention of who else was in the vault. Just said she was last burial in 1937. It had a photo of the old sexton. It said how there were no other family members left in the area. I read some articles about how Mary traveled a lot to LA and Georgia and stayed in an apt in a hotel when she got back in town.
Added by Donna Bogs on Oct 05, 2014 7:54 PM
There was no mention of who else was in the vault. Just said she was last burial. It had a photo of the old sexton
Added by Donna Bogs on Oct 05, 2014 7:52 PM
|Donna Bogs||Wullweber Maosoleum|
I was reading old articles on Ancestry. I was wondering about the occupants of the Wullweber vault. There was one from May 25, 1955 about someone had breaking into the vault. The article said there were five caskets, the last burial was Mary Wullweber's. It was estimated that it was then aprox 100 yrs old. The burglary was discovered by the cemetery sexton, Charles Parrott and reported to the police. There is a photo of him pointing out the damage. None of the caskets were tampered with.
Added by Donna Bogs on Oct 05, 2014 4:23 PM
|Jeffry Burden||Toms/Shaff marker photos|
Thanks for adding the marker shots! They look great.
Added by Jeffry Burden on Sep 24, 2014 8:25 PM