|Theresa Young Vaughn (#46771950)|
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Most of the memorials I have posted are ones I have seen while walking through cemeteries. If you have any corrections or additions for your loved ones, please let me know. I transfer according to FindAGrave guidelines - 4 generations: Siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Thanks!|
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Adria Sutton, armand, keeper ..., Brian, Connie Cunning..., David Oxford, Freda, Jenn K, Jennifer Cruse, JP Phillips, Linda Hubatka G..., Mark W. Neice, MiKester, Vada L. Long, valerie boman, Wabash Valley G...
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|Cindy Cornwell McCachern||Thank You|
Thanks for taking the photo of the Egnew tombstone.
|Vicki McCauley||RE: Myrtle Deltour|
Thank you for sharing your grandmother's name, I was able to locate her on the website online and Myrtle Deltour (spelled Delcour) is listed next to her. Thank you again! Vicki
|frances pecorella pierce||Andrew Hall|
I have spent years researching my great grandfather, Andrew Hall. Through Federal and State Census Records, Applications for Marriage Licenses, and Deaths Recorded by local physicians, etc. I have proof that Andrew Hall was never in the Civil War. He was, in fact, born in the State of Georgia in 1852. His first wife, Belle Bush Hall is, in facts proven by a death certificate filed in the Town of Gaines, and also found listed in a register of Mt Albion Cemetery buried in Mt. Albion Cemetery in a paupers grave on common ground. She was born in 1857. I am sad to say that my Great Grandfather, Andrew Hall, spent his lifetime committing the crime of Stolen Valor. I would be more than happy to share my years of research with anyone that wishes to contact me and view my many years of research and records. I may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Vicki McCauley||Myrtle Deltour|
May I ask if you remember where Myrtle Deltour grave was located in St. John's cemetery in Granite City. There are other Deltour's buried there that are unmarked.
|Diane Addington||Clara B Thompson|
When you are at this cemetery in the future, would you snap a photo of her stone please. I ask because I know you have taken several photos here in the past.
Thank you, Diane
Plot: Sec 6S R B Gr 42
Created by: Theresa Young Vaughn
Record added: Nov 18, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 22975582
|AndrewJacksonPowell||Thank you for the transfers|
So grateful for the Paul family transfers - part of a meaningful family project.
Very much appreciate all your efforts, already in 2006 for these, and to make this available for family and future generations.
|Donna Owens Fox||edits|
The ones I have sent are for my daughters grandmother Kathleen Lasure, she also has a daughter that is deceased, but I havent found a memorial for her yet thank you for all you do.
|Kathryn J McCloud||All the other Ervins|
Thank you for making all the edits and links...
|Kathryn J McCloud||Russell Herman Ervin|
Thanks for the edits and linking!
|Kathryn J McCloud||Marie Elizabeth Dabelow Ervin|
Thank you for making the edit!
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