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I am researching the Ardinger, Bush, Caimi, Cole, Culatina, Harwick, Kenney, Marriner, Noel, Spangler, Stark, Stott, Taylor, Thomas, Watts, and Williams families specifically (with many other families intertwined). I am also interested in our extended lineages: Allamon, Artley, Hanisko, and Vanderau.|
These families primarily are located in and around Washington and Frederick Counties, Maryland; Cole, Miller, and Moniteau Counties, Missouri; Ocean, Monmouth, and Mercer Counties, New Jersey; Adams, Clearfield, Centre, Columbia, Fayette, Franklin, Jefferson, Indiana, and Northumberland Counties, Pennsylvania; Botetourt County, Virginia; and Berkeley and Kanawha Counties, West Virginia.
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If you find any corrections to be made or relationship links to be added to memorials I have created, please let me know either through "Suggest a Correction". I will gladly make these changes in a timely manner.
TRANSFER OF MEMORIALS:
Regarding the transfer of memorials, if the person is not related to my family, I will transfer a record, provided you personally can show DIRECT lineage within four generations (your child, sibling, parent, grandparent, great-grandparent)—as per the Find A Grave guidelines—or if you have sponsored the memorial. Otherwise, I will NOT transfer the memorial. (As Find A Grave clearly states: Simply having someone in your family tree is NOT grounds for management transfer.)
Please note: When I receive multiple requests for the transfer of a memorial to whom I am not related, then I will transfer the memorial to the person with the closest relationship to the deceased (again within four generations). Please do not try to lay claim to an ancestor through an older or extended family member.
Before entering a memorial, I always verify that another record for that individual does not already exist. In turn, I ask that other contributors do not create duplicates of my memorials. Instead, if you are a direct relation within four generations, then I will transfer the memorial to you. If not, then if you have a correction or update, please let me know via "Suggest a Correction". I will make gladly make those changes/updates in a timely manner.
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|Elaine||FAG # 20535566|
Noticed you had Ivy's wife's obit in her posting. We have one for Ivy am entering below. Would you please post it on Ivy's posting. Or if you would rather you can transfer Ivy (Sr) and Mary Lewis Nance's postings to me (Find A Grave Contributor #47251446). (They are my Paternal 3rd Great Grandparents.)
IVY NANCE SR
Died January 12, 1899, Mr. Ivy Nance, Sr., at the advanced age of 76 years, eight months, and six days. He was born in North Carolina, March 24, 1822. When 10 years of age his parents moved to Tennessee. When nineteen years of age he came to Cape Girardeau county, MO. He was married to Miss Mary Lewis, July 30 , 1843. To them there were born ten children, eight girls and two boys, of which two boys and five girls with his wife survive. He was a devoted member of the Baptist church at Coal Spring for more than 40 years and has been a resident of Moniteau county 51 years. The remains were laid to rest Saturday in the Enloe Cemetery near Russellville. The funeral service was conducted by Rev. Hood.
Published in the California Moniteau County Herald on January 20, 1899.
Thank You! Gayle E. (Elaine) Kent
Added by Elaine on Jun 27, 2015 8:43 PM
|Loni Fuller||Copyright Permissions|
My name is Loni Fuller and I have all kinds of ancestors in Pennsylvania. I have found a couple of photos on FindAGrave taken and posted by you, and expect to find more.
May I have permission to copy and use these photos for my research? I will be posting my family tree sometime in the future (a few years from now).
I always credit photographers in the caption of the photo, the footnotes and bibliography.
Should you not wish me to copy them, I will not. It is exciting to find the information engraved on the stones themselves.Thank you for making this info available to those of us who could not visit the area (we live in Fredericksburg Texas!)
|Lisha Bikle||Memorial #38907304|
I've recently been able to acquire the burial records for Salem Lutheran Church, Bakersville, Maryland. I noticed you had a photo request for Mary E. Fowler and that there was a reported problem. Please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I can give you what I have.
|Bonnie Morris Conrad||Leslies in Enloe|
Thanks so much for adding info for Leslies. I'm working on them again and have some other family researchers who have asked me to add some info for them to see. I visited Enloe Cemetery Memorial Day week and it was in great shape and well cared for. I also went into Russellville and talked to the Secretary and one of the Mr. Youngmeyer and they are doing lots of restoration in town also. I was in Morgan for a Memorial Day dinner and doing some cemetery work. I'm back home in Texas with lots of pictures etc so will be adding to different posts. Anyway thank you for being so great to work with for find a grave.
|Peggy Bargen Duey||RE: Obits for memorials|
Thanks!!! In the process of moving so it might be a couple of weeks. I only wish that everyone was as cooperative as you because I do a lot of research before I send edits. I feel like obits make the people come alive and the memorials aren't just names and dates.
|Peggy Bargen Duey||Obits|
If I find old obits and transcribe them will you put them on the memorials of my husband's distant relatives?
|Peggy Bargen Duey||Thank You|
A big thank you for accepting so many edits that I just got done sending to you. I greatly appreciate that you helped me link my husband's distant relatives to their parents. God Bless You!!!
|Nova M. Williams||Aaron W. Williams|
Do you happen to know if Aaron Williams (Find A Grave Memorial# 20438429) was married at all? I stumbled upon a marriage record from Indiana that has an Aaron Williams from Pennsylvania (whose parents are Susanna Records and Philip Williams) married to a "Jennie B. Fisher" (whose parents were Christian Fisher and Sarah Long and who were living in Richmond, Indiana) in November 1884. Aaron's job is given as attorney.
|flabanker||Suggest a correction|
Created by: KTC
Record added: Mar 10, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 25183454
Just noticed an incorrect date of birth compared to stone in picture.
|dennis ||Henry Harry Snyder #26332868|
Can you be more specific about the date conflicts? Would you consider transferring HHS memorial to me?
HHS is one of my great grandfathers.
John Tanner Snyder
Charles Emerson Snyder
Added by dennis on Dec 06, 2014 5:20 PM
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