Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
Please obtain permission from the publishing newspaper, per Find A Grave guidelines, before requesting an obituary to be added to a memorial. Please do not include the names of living or surviving relatives, unless you have their permission.
I am happy to make any corrections or additions to the memorials I manage and I will do so in as timely a manner as possible.
Cousin Vicki Hi "Cousin" Vicki, You contacted me about 15 years ago after I had posted a photo in an online forum. In the meantime, I got married and had two kids. The past several years have not left much time to do family research. We lost grandma last year (Find A Grave Memorial# 126752873) and Granddaddy a few months ago. All of their photos and documents have come down to me and so I am trying to get a few of them online as time permits.
Question about Mary C Davis Knox 1. After Henry Newton Knox (64352706) died, his wife Mary C Davis (64352730) married Clark J Kern in 1897. The family moved to Readout, Oklahoma where Henry and Mary's daughter met someone from Ashland, Kansas and went there for a job. Minnie Agnes Knox (133261925) met and married Benjamin Clayton Baker (133260467). My question is: Where did the Kern-Knox family live after that? When did Mary return to Blue Mound?
2. Do you know anyone who has photographs or paintings of the following individuals who are direct ancestors of my wife?
Benjamin Clayton Baker and Minnie Agnes Knox Henry Newton Knox and Mary C Davis Benjamin Franklin Knox and Eliza Eleoner Caskey Robert Knox and Jemima Ann Shields John Knox and Esther Luckey William Knox and Margaret Allen John Knox and Jean Gracey
Your mom Oh, I was sending you a message, and someone else had made a notation on your message board about your mom. I found her memorial.
My daddy died when I was in high school, and my mom when I was 33, so I am extra sensitive to losses of parents, I guess.
I've also lost a sister, her husband, my stepdad,..so you wouldn't rhink I would want anywhere near cemeteries. But Find A Grave and photographing the stones is somehow therapeutic and comforting to me for now.
I will get back up to Greene and finish shooting that this spring! My goal...