|James Mayfield (#47870338)|
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Interested in these names: Mayfield, Butts, Benson, Fitzgerald, Cupp, Rodgers, Watson, Turner, Kongable/Kongabel, Pinnick, Carter, Bray and Bishop.|
I try add as many records as possible and am not related to many of the people I have added. If you want a transfer just click on Edit and Suggest a Correction and state how you are related and leave your member number. I will gladly transfer and add any info you have.
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|Brianna Butler||Everett Leonard Smith #116440853|
I saw you requested a headstone picture for Everett Smith in Bear River Cemetery and a problem was reported. He has 3 findagraves, 2 in one cemetery but I have asked the two people who maintain them to remove theirs since findagrave goes by the year it was made. I requested a photo request for his memorial which will be the only one he has, and that memorial number is Find A Grave Memorial# 182976
Hope that helps you a little!
- Brianna Butler
|monicaserrano||A Winston Davis|
Please excuse my cluelessness, lol! The person I was referring to is #113962954 Aaron Winston Davis.
I hope this isn't a bother. I'm not writing to request to have A W Davis transferred to me. I have just discovered an error that has made researching him a bit hard. Although it's written in stone, it is incorrect. His WW1 draft card says "1881" but at least SS Claim and his Death Index where he died in LA, both say he was born in "1880." Knowing this makes much more sense, when we locate his mother and brother and sister in the 1880 census, but he is not there. His sister is 2 months old and the census is from June 1880. I suspect his real birth date is "1881." Nettie is shown as "widowed" and her husband is not there, but this is certainly her. She is either not widowed and he is living separately from her, or she became pregnant in May 1880, and had A W Davis 9 months later in Feb 1881, and that means the father, Ben Davis, son of Waller Davis, died in May 1880, one month before the census was taken. One thing is certain, he was not born in 1879. I hope this helps anyone who is researching this family. :-)
|Susan Bruffey Lehman||Roberta Helen Holloman|
I created a Memorial for Roberta before I realized you had posted information for her. If you are not related to her, would you consider transferring her memorial to me? My Find A Grave is ID# 4737320
your Find A Grave friend,
Susan Bruffey Lehman
|Susan Fitzgerald||Fitzgerald family|
Please contact me about my husband's family. Thanks Susan Fitzgerald
|Carolyn (Schmidt) Alves||Harman|
Thank you for the transfers! -Carolyn
|Pat ||Woodfords in Mt. Bloom Cemetery|
I see there was a problem with this memorial pic request. I have a partial index for Mt. Bloom and he is not entered. There is a Dan (infant) in Sec. 2, Lot 22 internment # 466 which translate to approx. 1886. Next is Fitch G. who is also in same spot with # 1480 and this would be approx. 1911. You can enter these two if you wish as that is all the info there is.
Added by Pat on Jul 20, 2016 7:12 PM
Thank you so much for Edna. I sincerely appreciate your willingness to make this transfer and I promise to take good care of her memorial.
Your extensive work with Find-a-Grave is quite impressive!
|M_D_Perkins||Martha Elizabeth Cossey|
Thanks for linking her to her parents and brother. I have requests out to link two other sisters to her and her parents. I'm related to Marty's brother James Wesley Elliott, my great-uncle, who I knew for many years.
|J Johnson||Cora Elizabeth Morris Turnbaugh|
I think you may have an error in here date of death. It should be November 3, 1950, rather than November 5. If you zoom in on the stone, you can see the date.
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