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I go by my nickname "Duke"..... I have been interested in very old headstones most of my life and have spent a lot time in old cemeteries..... I've always wanted to lists memorials in honor to those whom passed and help make it easier for those that wish to trace their family..... I am new a find-a-grave, so if you may find any incorrect information then please let me know so i may correct it .... Thank you for your time I had to get a new email address so please if you needed a request and couldn't get to it, please send a new request and i will get to it as soon as i can......thank you ( I will delet flags on memorials and make corrections as soon as I can, having some computer trouble thank you ...) my family|
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|Diana Davis-Marshall||Duplicate entries|
Please remember to check before entering a "new" memorial, that there are not duplicates. Great job.
|Keith Short||Memorial Transfer Request|
My name is Keith Short and my Find A Grave member id number is 48396749.
I have relatives buried at the Slone Pigman Cemetery at Dema, Floyd County, Kentucky.
I request that their memorials be transferred over to me for management.
Golda Pigman Bradley Memorial# 77109435
Francis M Banks Memorial# 77108918
Johnnie Banks Memorial# 77108462
Harvey G. Banks Memorial# 77095250
Mary H. Banks Memorial# 77108071
Albro Grover Collins Memorial# 77109959
Daisy Slone Collins Memorial# 77617966
Willie T. Collins Memorial# 77615580
|Barbara Lee||Thomas and Sarah Jane Arbuckle|
While checking on some other information on the Fouts/Robison Cemetery, I noticed that you had added Thomas Arbuckle and his wife Sarah Jane Arbuckle to the list of people buried in the Fouts/Robison Cemetery. I had no record of these two being buried in this cemetery. Also, note that this cemetery is in Clark County, not Washington County. If you will check you will find that this couple is buried in Mount Cemetery, Washington County, IN. Someone has added memorials for this couple on findagrave with pictures of their stones.
Would you, please, delete the two Arbuckle memorials you put on findagrave from the Fouts/Robison Cemetery? If you have questions or comments just contact me at email@example.com.
Barbara Robison Lee
|marlene lynch||EVERTT HALL|
EVERTT IS MY GREAT UNCLE.HIS PARENTS WERE ELIJAH LIGE HALL AND LINDA GAYHEART
You need to also check Bardstown Cemetery as well as- "First" cedar creek cemetery where you have duplicates-. The other memorials were done years before yours.
Added by Paint on Jan 28, 2014 3:56 PM
|Sonia ღNANCEღ Roberts||A Lot of Duplicates|
You need to check "Moore Cemetery, Oneida, Clay County, Kentucky" against "Russell/Moore Cemetery, Clay County, KY" you created a LOT of duplicates.
|Ed Griffith||Enoch Bolen Cemetery|
On Feb. 19, 2013 you added an entry in this cemetery for Henry Clay Hicks, Find A Grave Memorial# 105475332. Henry is not buried there, he is buried almost 150 miles away in WV.
|karon wireman-robinson||Hicks Cem Dema Floyd Co Ky|
Woots Hicks born 6/14/1890 - 11/22/1964 s/o Hence and Rachel Hicks Married Susie Allen had 11 children [ 6 boys and 5 girls ] 2 died before he did, 9 left to mourn him are Mellie, Mabrey, Agrey, Albert, Eva, Ellen, Homer, Doris and Marshall. The New Salem Association July 1965 Minutes
|Charles Mattes||Mem# 74465350 Amey Baldridge|
Amey was born and died 8 years before her spouse was born.
|Charles Mattes||Mem# 74465748 Charles H Baldridge|
The note on the site says that wife Amy Jane Morris was b. 4/15/1835 and d. 4/15/1894, yet list spouse under family links as Amey (1827-1827). Believe the link should be for child, not spouse.
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