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Hello fellow find-a-gravers,|
To request transfer, please do not post your request here in the comments section. I ask that all transfer requests be made through the official "suggest a correction" mechanism. Just go to the memorial, click "edit", then click the last option which lets you send a free form request. That sends me a link to the memorial, which helps ensure I process the correct one, and also sends me your member number so I don't have to go look it up. This saves me two or three steps, and helps me be accurate.
Excluding my own kin and special memorials, all of my memorials are up for grabs. If you are kin, you should have them imo. If no kin comes forward, then anyone who has a connection. Maybe you live next to the cemetery? Maybe you went to school with him/her? Maybe I have one of your old co-workers. You get it :) Just ask!
If you are also adopting out your memorials, I would happily adopt any of my main family surnames in the United States: Claussen, Crawford, Fox, Pennington, Petersen.
Thanks, and may God bless you immensely today!
This is the day the Lord hath made. I will rejoice and be glad in it! (and not spend the whole day working on findagrave! LOL )
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|Bev Mundy||Edits - Eoff Descendants|
I don't mean to overwhelm you with edits, mostly links, the past couple of days. I am updating my husband's Eoff descendants and have come across many connections. My sources are primarily death certificates, cemetery records, obits and marriage records.
Best and warmest regards,
|Bryan Anderson||Odus L Childers|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to the National Directory for the 355th Infantry, Odus L Childers was also at one time part of this unit.
I'm not sure where I'm going with this research, but in case I ever publish anything, would it be permissible to use the photo of the grave for Odus L Childers?
|Morford||Anna Marie Broscheit born Claussen|
In Peter Jacob Claussen obit it mentions a sister in Wayne, Nebr. and in Antje Claussen's obit it mentions a daughter named Mrs. Mary Broscheit of Wayne. Anna Marie Claussen Broscheit is my husband's Great-Grandmother. She married William Broscheit on February 26, 1890 in Ainsworth, Nebraska. In 1894 they went by covered wagon to Chicago later moving to Wayne, Nebraska about 1898. They had two children: Edward Broscheit and Hertha Broscheit. Hertha married Frank Hatfield, my husband's grandparents. Anna Marie died July 20, 1948 and William died March 19, 1949. Both are buried in Greenwood Cemetery in Wayne, Nebraska. Edward and Hertha are also buried in Greenwood Cemetery. Frank is buried in Omaha, Nebraska. Thank you for all of the family Find A Grave Memorials that you manage. They answered a lot of questions.
Added by Morford on Aug 17, 2016 4:03 PM
|Georgia Elder||Paullittia M Lane|
I am Paullittias' daughter the other person in the picture is my brother. I would be happy to speak with you and have a few pictures w/ all the kids please contact me at email@example.com. and I will give you my phone # so we can possibly meet somewhere for coffee. I live in Kansas City and work by the airport.
|Dotty Bishop||John Nafey|
Found your Find A Grave memorial for John and his spouse Ann Eliza Danbury Nafey at Willow Grove Cemetery in New Brunswick NJ. I am in the process of posting my Nafey, Van Doren data and photos on a family tree and noticed that you posted John's birth year as 1882. I believe it should be 1822. Also I have his birthdate as Sept. 4. Very happy to have found your posting but would appreciate you clarifying the discrepancy.
|Gary Crone||Sarah Baird (1830-1917)|
Hi Deb. Sarah was my ggg grandmother also. Thanks for your posts on her. Trying to figure out how the Smith came into her name and researching her parents (without much luck). My mom is a Munger from California, MO and related to Mungers from old Munger's Mill. Gary Crone.
|Joanne Scobee Morgan||Francis Leroy Austin 18209464|
Hi, Deb. I sent you an edit the other day to detach this guy from his father so I can delete his memorial. I know you are busy in the summertime but when you get a chance, I'd appreciate it if you'd take a look. Thanks.
|Patrivia||Rebecca and Ida Denney|
Thanks for the additions to the memorials.
Added by Patrivia on Aug 01, 2016 6:17 PM
|David Penny||Lewis Clay Turner|
Pleasant Ridge Cemetery, Weston, Platte, Missouri.
According to his death certificate, his name was Lewis Canada Turner.
|Mary H. Askew||Mollie Williams|
Thanks for your reply ... Wouldn't you think folks could find some other names besides
Mary and William?? :)) I've been chasing the ancestor of William W. Walker (1777-1857)
for YEARS ... too many William Walkers to count!
Thanks for all your good work!
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