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Since retirement, I have had lots of time to work on genealogy for my family and my husband's family. I enjoy visiting cemeteries and recording the burials to help others find their relatives.|
When requesting a transfer, please tell me how you are related to the individual. I'm not a stickler for the 4 generation rule, but I do like to know your connection to the person.
PLEASE DO NOT ADD DEATH CERTIFICATES TO MY MEMORIALS. There are family members who do not wish to have death certificates displayed. If you need a death cert, there are several places to look them up.
DAR Volunteer Genealogist--glad to help with applications to DAR
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|Grave_Walker||RE: Ridge Park graves|
No, just the 4. Thank you so much, I really appreciate it very much. If I can do the same just let me know.
|Indigo Falls||Guy Byrd Groves 1898 - 1900|
Thank-you for the transfer, Maggie. All the best back to you, as well. :o)
|Indigo Falls||maybe a transfer?|
Hi Maggie, you have been so helpful to me over the years, and I want to thank you again. I just sent an edit to add the parents for Guy Byrd Groves in the Hillsboro City Cemetery. There are some of the members of 3 different generations in that plot. He was only two years old, but would have been my blood uncle (brother of my father). I saw the edit place, but did not see a place to request a transfer. His father is 17903577 Warner Bailey Groves. His mother is 17903167 Delina Jane "Nina" Groves. I don't have his exact number in front of me and if I switch pages to get it, I'll probably lose both pages. Best, from Delina
|virginia||Willis Jones Jinks|
Willis Jones Jinks is linked as the son of Willis J. Jinks and Nicey Martin. It says right on the page that he is the son of Wilson and Elizabeth. We think Wilson is the younger brother of Willis. Willis and Nicey are my g-grandparents, so I'm very sure Willis Jones Jinks is not their son.
Added by virginia on Apr 09, 2016 1:46 PM
|Don Hill||Ransom M. McIntosh|
Hello Maggie, and thank you for your contributions on Find A Grave! In particular, I'm curious if you have information on Ransom Martin McIntosh (#44924209). In the bio, it shows he's the son of John D. McIntosh and Nancy A.H. Martin. I've seen conflicting evidence on his mother. On some documentation, it's clearly Nancy A.H. Martin. On others, it's clearly "Sarah" Martin. And, they have the same birth year. Do you happen to have evidence of Nancy that I can use to help decide which was the proper mother? I'm asking so that I can get my tree correct as can be and I'm hoping you have the evidence I need.
Added by Don Hill on Apr 07, 2016 9:35 AM
|Jerri Eoff Sudderth||Anastasia Jane Rife ColemanI|
I am very puzzled by your listing of Anastasia Jane RIFE COLEMAN in a Benton Co.., AR. cemetery as having died in 1909. The information I have for her, a daughter of Jacob RIFE and his 3rd wife, Nancy McATEE POWELL RIFE, indicates that Annie, the wife of James A. COLEMAN, died in 1927 in Christian Co., KY, where she had lived since at least 1880. She is buried there adjacednt to her husband and shares a monument with him in the Riverside Cemetery. If you have documentation to the contrary, I would very much like to share it. Thanks,
Jerri Eoff Sudderth
|Barbara Halverson||Harry Cleveland Patterson 1891-1960|
Could you add Mary Jane Williams Patterson (memorial #: 152422193) Pebble Grove Cemetery Maysfield, Milam Co., Texas as mother to your memorial #: 45356131 Powers Chapel Cemetery, Falls Co., Texas (Harry Cleveland Patterson). He was my grandfather.
Thanks, Barbara Halverson
|Jon Cole Thomas||Cryer Creek Find A Grave Memorial# 16258632|
I wanted to let you know we are having our annual meeting at Cryer Creek Cemetery and would love to have you join us if available.
Sunday, May 22 3:00pm
Jon C Thomas
President, Cryer Creek Cemetery Assoc.
|Jeanie (Russell) Morris||RE: Minerva Hughes|
You're very welcome Maggie, was happy to take the photo. Have a great weekend!! Jeanie
|susan watson may||Sarah Talitha Parsons|
Hi, I have more information about Sarah T. Brown.
She first married James Hooker, who died after 1862 in the Civil War. No known Find A Grave memorial as yet. She married james Hooker 25 Aug 1859 in Polk Co. TX. Their marriage is documented on ancestry.com
Her parents were Henry Samuel Cragg Parsons 1806-1876 and her mother was Mary Dale Bethel 1812-1896.
Sarah was born in Tennessee. Also Sarah and James Hooker had two children, Mary Easter Abigail Hooker 1860-1882 and James A.H. Hooker born 1862 - no death date.
You can also find a photo of Sarah's parents on ancestry.com
Regards, Sue May
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