|Tami Glock (#46872676)|
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|I have been semi-active in researching genealogy for 35 years. As difficult as the search is I wish I would have found a site like "Find A Grave" a long time ago. If I have included a photo of the grave I have visited it myself. If it is just a listing I am using records from my genealogical files to include graves that have not been reported. This includes graves that may no longer be (as they have been moved), but do contain some information for the family researcher. Please feel free to let me know of any edits or additional information that needs to be added. Wish I had more time and resources to help.|
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|Phyllis Nelson||Permission to copy gravestone|
I would like your permission to copy the tombstone for Absolom Morrris from the Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, St. Louis, Mo. A very distant relative. Will give credit to you. Phyllis Nelson
|GMG||Francis Johonnot Oliver|
Tami, thank you for transferring the memorial of our 4th great-grandfather, Francis Johonnot Oliver, who is believed to be buried near his infant children, 1st wife and parents at King's ChapelChurchyard in Boston to my care.
Your incredible work here at Find-a-Grave is invaluable to individuals like me doing family research. ~ with appreciation, George Gaston
Added by GMG on Nov 25, 2015 8:13 AM
|squadron a association||Trooper Harrington Gordon|
On behalf of the late veterans of Squadron A & the 105th Machine Gun Battalion, a Big Thank You for the transfer.
Sorry for not responding sooner.
Squadron A Association
|Geoffrey D. Decker||RE: Sarah Allen|
Thank you for your work.
|Ann Scott||James H Cook|
Thank you so much Tami!
All my best, Ann
|Melvin L. Halterman||MEMORIAL TRANSFER|
Thanx for the transfer of the Mary Virginia Loveridge Johnston memorial.
|Anonymous||Violet Doneff Harris|
Thank you for making this memorial and transferring it to me. I promise to take good care of it. Violet's husband, died July 1, 2015 and arrangements are being made to bring him to J.B. to be along side his wife.
|Randy Watkins||RE: Henry Wright # 49042485|
Thanks. When I worked at Jeff Barracks, I had a request from a Confederate family to bury their loved one in a Confederate section. We had a grave available in the section, but we would not place a Confederate headstone on the grave. Every memorial day their was a group of personnel that would come to the office and demand that he be removed from that section since the round top headstone sticks out from the Confederate stone.
|James Bacon||Nyles Bacon|
I updated info on Nyles Bacon. His name was listed uncorrectly on his death certificate. His first name is Miles.He was born October 14, 1877 in Charlotte County Virginia. I am his great-grandson.
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