|Lois Self||Callie Catherine Pace Johnson|
Callie's # is 117042676 on findagrave. I believe her father is Ransom Taylor Pace and Mother Etta Emma Middleton. You have her father as Thomas Ervin Pace. Please check on this. Thank you, Lois
Added by Lois Self on Dec 03, 2014 1:30 PM
|Rob Vaillancourt||Re: Don Leon Stacy|
Thank you for the transfer. I will also submit a photo request for when the marker is placed, most likely in the spring.
Added by Rob Vaillancourt on Dec 02, 2014 4:45 PM
|Rob Vaillancourt||Don Leon Stacy|
Don Stacy was my wife's uncle (brother of Roger Dale Stacy, her father). I actually created a record when we were down for the funeral this past weekend, not knowing you had already created one. Would it be possible to transfer management to me, and I will erase the duplicate record I created?
Added by Rob Vaillancourt on Nov 30, 2014 9:02 PM
|Dave Hansen||RE: James Farr and Robert Bigelow|
I am very glad I could assist.
Added by Dave Hansen on Nov 30, 2014 10:47 AM
|rfb Jenkins||Thank you|
Thank you for your kind words and prayers.
Added by rfb Jenkins on Nov 29, 2014 6:02 PM
|rfb Jenkins||Jenkins Family|
Thank you Thank you
I had open heart surgery at the end of June and
breast cancer Nov 3. Thank you so much
Added by rfb Jenkins on Nov 29, 2014 9:48 AM
You will never know how much the photos mean to me. If you do not mind transferring them I would love it.
Roberta Frances Bobbi Jenkins
Added by rfb Jenkins on Nov 28, 2014 2:57 PM
|Frances Rogers||Mary Ann Walls DeHart|
I have asked for each of Mary Ann's children to be linked to her, and most are already in place!
Added by Frances Rogers on Nov 23, 2014 3:25 PM
|PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & JR BLANTON||Lavelda Morgan|
THANKS for the changes you sent. I love that
"edit" feature where others can put in changes for one's memorials. It is really beginning to make F/G a much more reliable data base!
We've both been down with the upper respiratory cold virus for about 2 weeks. JR got it a week after I did. We are both a lot better now. It just takes time to get rid of it! Benedryl and Zicam worked for me to dry up my nose and zap the virus! JR took Benedryl and Nyquil.
Stay warm & happy. HAPPY THANKSGIVING in advance to you and yours!
Added by PATTY McFERREN-BLANTON & ... on Nov 20, 2014 5:29 PM
|Frances Rogers||Mary Ann Walls DeHart|
I just found out that Mary Ann is buried at Grave Gap in Swain County, so I'll create a memorial for her on there and try to get everyone connected. Plus I have a picture of her I can add.
From your first message, I wasn't sure if you meant you saw Sallie's memorial but didn't see the name of the cemetery. It's Tellico Cemetery.
Added by Frances Rogers on Nov 18, 2014 8:07 PM
|Frances Rogers||Sally Bates|
Sally must have been quite a woman! I heard some stories her being a midwife and saving the lives of babies. I haven't found out where her mother is buried, but I'll keep trying. Yes, it would be nice to connect the siblings, but it would have to be done by connecting them to their father since we don't have a memorial for their mother. I have had a good bit of company lately and haven't had time to check on their memorials, but when I do, I'll do it through edit requests to connect them to Old Bill and then they should all show up on each others sites. This is a fairly new feature which is wonderful! Thanks for all you ladies are doing on here! Fran
Added by Frances Rogers on Nov 18, 2014 7:43 PM
|pipp43||RE: Isaac Bigelow|
Thanks. I agree there are three Isaac's Bigelows in a row. I believe it should be Colchester, New London Co, CT. The Bigelow hist. hooks them all together.
Added by pipp43 on Nov 13, 2014 6:23 PM
|Lorraine||Minnie Pauline McKelvey|
Thanks Frances, Appreciate your moving the photo of the tombstone.
Hope you are doing fine. I didn't like what I just heard on the weather station tonight, she said we could see some white stuff this week-in. I know if it snows it want be around long, ground too warm, but it is just too early to hear the SNOW word.
Have a good one and thanks again.
Added by Lorraine on Oct 28, 2014 5:50 PM
|Willa Wiley||Martha McKelvey #116312223|
Thank you Pat. Would appreciate photo of her personal stone if there is one.
Added by Willa Wiley on Oct 28, 2014 1:38 PM
|Kristie Miller||Clifton Miller|
I would like to know when Clifton Miller's head stone is put up at Mack McCall would you please edit it for us! His wife and I ( daughter-n-law, Kristie ) are members of find grave and she or I did not want his info put on right now, because she and the rest of the family has had a hard time with his passing. Thanks
Added by Kristie Miller on Oct 27, 2014 12:42 PM
|Karen Glazener||RE: Glazener|
Thank you for the transfers. It helps to be able to make edits directly myself. Thanks for all you have done and you are most welcome for anything I have done that helps you. Let's keep working together.
Added by Karen Glazener on Oct 13, 2014 10:25 PM
|Sarah Lane||RE: John Thomas Fisher wife Sybil|
Thank you for all of the information. I believe I have seen a Shay memorial. I'll look for that family. Since there's an empty space with John Fisher, I feel Sybil may be there and just not have a marker. I'll keep you posted.
Added by Sarah Lane on Oct 09, 2014 10:32 PM
|Sarah Lane||RE: John Thomas Fisher - Sybil|
Hi Pat/Frances. I went back to the site today to look for Sybil Fisher with John Thomas and there is definitely a blank spot where Sybil could be. There's the large Fisher monument and John on the left. I took more photos but they look like the first ones. Can't remember if I posted the photo of John's marker in foreground of Fisher monument. There is a Fisher mausoleum--the most impressive in the cemetery and its locked but looks like only three of the six crypts are are occupied. Is it possible that she moved away or remarried? There's three decades between their deaths. I want very much to find her. Any other info would be helpful.
Added by Sarah Lane on Oct 09, 2014 6:00 PM
|Sarah Lane||RE: John Thomas Fisher|
There is a large Fisher family monument and the only marker with it is John Thomas Fisher. There is room for at least two plots between the memorial and John's marker; odd layout unless there are other relatives buried there without markers. I will go back tomorrow, weather permitting, and look for his wife but there were no other Fishers in the vicinity. I am going to post the photos I took on John's memorial page for you to see; if they are incorrect, I'll take down, and continue looking for more Fishers in the cemetery.
Added by Sarah Lane on Sep 29, 2014 10:32 PM
|Beth||Tabor ^ Chapell|
Hi Pat! :) Thank you for your help with my family! Are you related? Can you please transfer my Aunts memorial over as well as my Great Aunt Callie Chapell? Thank you SO MUCH for the corrections with my Grandfathers memorial. :D God Bless you!
Added by Beth on Sep 04, 2014 4:19 AM
|Cynthia Burgess||RE: Hattie McCall|
Della Wood is buried at Wood cemetery, Transylvania, under Della L. Wood. I have in my notes that Zeb is buried at City Cemetery Astoria ,OR, but have never been able to find the cemetery online. Zeb was also married to Estella S. ' Essie' McCall b. May 25, 1884 and d. Nov 25, 1917, buried at Shoal Creek Cemetery. I have that he was also married to a Lazona Lanora Roy b. Aug 25, 1910. No further info on her. Hope this helps.
Added by Cynthia Burgess on Aug 25, 2014 6:38 PM
Transfer made with pleasure. It was so nice having the location . . . made finding the crypt very easy.
Added by JFH on Aug 21, 2014 9:05 PM
|Dutch vdB||RE: Craig Sisk|
You are verrrrry welcome! May i first say i apolagise for my brother being partially in the image,the sun was bright and needed him to shade the camera from the sun to to prevent blurring and glare,i had attmpted several times without and the writing was not visible and resorted to hm holding a booklet over the sun to capture the image. My sincere apolagies! I myself am from Detroit and have always wanted to visit the cemetary to pay my respects,bring a Dutch/american. I owe my life and freedom to all these men who had paid the ultimate sacrifice. My cousin granted me the oportunity to fly out there and felt it my duty to honor these men by fullilling as many requests as were open when i was there,...honestly wish i could have planted US flags on each grave,but shipping 7boxes of flags for all of nearly 9400 honorable men was not feasable,but at the very least wanted to pay my respects by taking the photos for the relatives and descendants. I am glad to have been able to have made a difference...as said ,i owe my life and freedom to these men. Not a day goes by i dont think of what they have done,and i try to 'earn' what they have done for me to be free. I thank every vet i see,as i have tought my son as well. I am deeply in debt to our young men who paid such a hefty price for our freedoms. I am glad to have been able to honor and respect these men by taking the pictures reuested. My greatest thank you for what Mr. Sisk has done for me to be here!
Added by Dutch vdB on Aug 06, 2014 4:51 AM
|Allen D. Jackson, USAF (Ret)||RE: Lee Galloway|
Pat, Frances, You are both very welcome. I would have taken it when I took Arthur's, but a lady had claimed his. The coins are a tradition that goes back to the Roman Legions. A penny means you visited the grave and showed your respects, a nickel means you went to basics or other training with them, a dime means you served together in the same unit and a quarter means you were with them when they died. This became more popular with our service members after Vietnam when going to see the families caused bad feelings on both sides. This way the family knows someone was there and to what level they knew their loved one. There's more, but this gives you the basics. If you ever need me in this area again, just drop me a note. Have a great journey. Allen
Added by Allen D. Jackson, USAF (R... on Jul 24, 2014 9:12 PM
Hope you had a great Birthday. Sorry I missed sending special wishes on your Birthday.
Blessings and good wishes sent your way.
Added by Lorraine on Jul 11, 2014 6:32 PM