|John Christeson (#46562435)|
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I was born in 1930 and raised in Barron, Wisconsin. I served in the Army Signal Corps from 1948 - 1952 and was discharged as a Staff Sgt. Worked for the Post Office in Barron for three years. Graduated from Wisconsin State College at Eau Claire, WI. in 1960 and then went to work for the US Food & Drug Adm. Retired in 1988. Currently living in Sun City, Georgetown, TX with my wife Janet.|
Since I have no relatives buried in Texas, I will transfer any memorials that are your relatives or friends to you. Just click on EDIT in the upper righthand corner of the memorial, select the first line in the menue and request the transfer. Be sure to include your findagrave.com ID number.
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|Joe Neisler||Looking for Grave of Mary Frances (Fanny) Steele Ricketts, niece of Louise A. Ricketts Preslar|
I am looking for information leading to the physical location of the unmarked grave of my maternal great grandmother,
Mary Frances (Fanny) Steele Ricketts, niece of Louise A. Ricketts Preslar. I know she was buried in Florence Cemetery, probably very near the grave of her aunt Louise A. Ricketts Preslar. If I can learn the final resting place of Mary Frances (Fanny) Steele Ricketts, I plan to install a monument.
Joe W. Neisler
|Lucia Perry||Alice Baine Levinson|
My great great grandmother Alice Baine Levinson, was put in the wrong cemetery (I mixed it up). Now that I have found her in the Odd Fellow's cemetery in Georgetown, Williamson, Texas, I fixed the monument and I put her husband, Herman, there, too.
I would like you to somehow combine the two for her... Or at least, delete Alice as her own sibling x two! That was 10 years ago. Hope ypu can help. Thanks!
|Dee Ferris||Mary Lillian Gray|
I got your message about Mary Lillian Gray. I had intended to make a note on her memorial and connect the two memorials. I was waiting for the cemetery caretaker to get back to me but she hasn't had a chance yet. Your note has reminded me to do all that. :) The plot information is listed though.
In this case, they aren't duplicate memorials. It's kind of interesting. I was wondering how Lillian Gray was connected to the Aderholts exactly. I started looking into her more and found her husband and parents. Then I found her other gravesite. I contacted the Taylor City Cemetery caretaker, who double checked with the courthouse city hall. Lillian Gray is actually listed as being buried in both spots.
The caretaker was going to try to find out which gravesite actually contained a burial. Her tombstone is on the gravesite next to her husband. If she's actually buried there, and if the gravesite in the Aderholt plot is empty, then it could be a recording error, and could be noted that the plot is owned by Lillian Gray.
I'll let you know what I find out. :)
|Wade Anderson||RE: Matilda Montgomery|
Thanks, John. I suspected that someone put her in the same cemetery in Cherokee that her husband J.J. is in....I sure appreciate the information. I'll see what I can do to get the two sites merged or whatever they do with them.
|Philip Little||The Lee's Memorials|
Thanks so much for setting up the memorials for Clarence and Edith Lee and for transferring them to me.
Thank you so much for the transfer of the Krhovjak Memorials. They are cousins of my dad, and I appreciate this very much.
Betty Fajkus Marek
Added by B Marek on Jul 03, 2014 2:51 PM
|Bob Webb||Charlie GARNER Memorial|
Thank you so much for the transfer and for the very nice photo you took of Charlie's gravestone. Have a great day and July 4th weekend. And, thanks for your military service!
Added by Bob Webb on Jul 03, 2014 6:25 AM
|Jewell ||Luther Pairett|
Thank you again for all of your help.
Added by Jewell on Jul 01, 2014 8:59 PM
|Carolyn Hebbe McLeod||Nancy Langston|
Thank you very much for transferring this family member to me.
|JohnRobert Mauney||Thank You for transferring Dwight E. Turner #11401553 to my care|
Thank you so much for the prompt transfer of Dwight E. Turner to my care. It is contributors like you who succeed in making the Find-A-Grave experience better for all doing genealogy research. Keep up the good work and have a good day. I added you to my friends listing.
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