Here are some of the surnames I am currently researching: Smith, Becker, Roberts, Bradley, Baldwin, Strait, Allen, Moore, Hickman, Cook, Martini, King, White, Shumaker, Miller, Stull, Dawson, Anton, Thinnes/Tinnes, Jennings, Lemmon(s), Conkright, Fry, Wilson, Cabiness, Waggoner, and Barry just to name a few.
I'd be happy to transfer memorials as long as the individual is not related to me or my husband.
PLEASE USE THE MEMORIAL EDIT/SUGGESTION OPTION for both update requests and transfer requests or general inquiries about a particular memorial. We are all simply the guardians of those we have kindly added until their family comes along. It makes my day to have someone find one of my memorials and I can transfer them to family.
Adopted Cemeteries in Calhoun Co., MI: Clarence Twp.: -Clarence Center -Dyer -Hunt (North Clarence) -Krenerick -Nichols
RE: Martha B. Powell Related -yes but not closely. Far off cousins My 3rd gr grandmo was Elizabeth Ann Powell/James McIntosh. She is a sister to John Powell and Jane Woods parents of Timothy Powell/Mariah Fry --father to Homer. I was just connecting the family and you are probably right--a digit mishap. Thanks for the time. Rita
Martha B. Powell Wow, that is different. I have no idea where Alice A. (Hershey) Myers (1916-1996) came from or who she is. Thank you for your help. I just wanted to make sure I didn't have something wrong in my records. It must have been glich??
Mary I Sponton Harris Hi, I've finally gotten back to updating my tree and memorials. I just noticed your tactful "duplicate" token on a memorial I created for the above person. Thank you for letting me know. The man who created the original has turned many family members over to me so I'm not surprised that he got there first! I will delete mine.
Callie Thompson McAlister and son Many thanks for transferring the memorials for Callie Thompson McAlister and her son, Ward, who are buried in Cabot, Arkansas in Mount Carmel Cemetery. Your incredible contributions here at Find-a-Grave are invaluable to individuals like me doing family research. ~ with appreciation, George Gaston