|teresa meyer (#47364134)|
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|A lot of work goes into researching a person whether we do this for ourselves or for someone else. At times we all could be looking up several people to get to that one we are looking for. With that being said, we all are capable of making mistakes. So, for all those of you that want to send me or anyone else an ugly email, stop, take a deep breath and re-read what I have written. |
If by chance I have made a mistake, please let me know. I will be more than happy to change the data. As Billy Joel would say "We're only human, we're suppose to make mistakes".
If I have someone that is related to you, I will be more than happy to transfer as long as I am not related to that person.
Please note: The photos uploaded to Find A Grave are meant for cemetery documentation and for personal family genealogical use. They may NOT be used on any other Internet Sites including Ancestry.com
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|James Coston||Tom Lacy|
I already have checked it out, within' the first week of ur request, I think I posted an updated foto, don't remember.
Anyway, the answer to a marker having been placed is "no", the same temporary is still in place with yet some more info missing.
Outta here, James Coston
|Faye Merideth||RE: Milbern Jay Penner|
The Penner Cemetery is located on Lodge Hall Rd in Richardsville, KY. Go Hwy 185 towards Richardsville. Turn left on Lodge Hall Rd. Go about a mile. It is on the right side of the road at the end of a long driveway with a big barn. Hope this helps.
|N Roberts||BW Moore|
Hello, can you detach Mattie Lee Moore from B W Moore as a spouse?
Sorry, I cannot change because I did not connect them. thanks
|Terry Rasberry||RE: Bobby Wayne Hearn|
Not the same person. Bobby Wayne Hearn was born June 6, 1935 and died March 19, 2001. He was the son of John Albert and Mary Edith Henson Hearn.
|JAMIE MIRANDA||Teresa are we related..|
You did a search of Mattie Lee Mitchell and left her a flower. My dad was J.R. Moore or as I have recently found out Ace J.R. Moore. I believe you have corresponded with my brother some years back and I am anxious to maybe talk with you or message you about our family tree. I would appreciate a message back at firstname.lastname@example.org .
|Pat LaHue Mitchell||RE: Mitchell|
I have not done a full research of the Mitchell family so ....not that I am aware of. If you have links send them and I will see what I can find.
|James Coston||RE: Tom Lacy|
Yea, been back a few times but never had occasion to review his temp marker.
Reason being, it's been there a total of 16 years and if it's not replaced by the time I took the foto then odds are it wouldn't be.
That temp was old school, made of metal to last a while, not tin or aluminum like today which deteroriates quickly.
It's a bit off my beaten path but if it's important to ya, I could take a run out there next week, after the weather clears, maybe.
Later, James Coston
|Rebecca Stenzel||George Tubb|
You are correct to doubt George Tubb's burial in Hopewell Cem Perry Co AL. I have researched this and have found his grandson, Elisha Petty, in 1902 Dawes Testimony gave statements that indicate George Tubb died c 1838 in Alabama near the Mississippi/Alabama state line. George Tubb and his son, Elisha Floyd Tubb, both bought land in Pickens Co. AL in 1837. Elizabeth Floyd Tubb, wife of George, was head of household in 1840 Pickens Co AL census. George Tubb died c 1838 Pickens Co AL. I suspect some of the early Tubb researchers knew George Tubb died in Alabama and assumed it was Perry Co. I am curious about the date provided of 13 Nov 1835 which is very specific; it is possible that it is actually the correct date. The place is Pickens Co and not Perry Co AL.
Thanks for your postings, Rebecca Stenzel
|Ronny Ferrell||RE: Thomas Grady Ferrell|
It is his siblings, except William Smith who passed away in 1969. I have labeled the photo.
|Nathan Towne||Ethel Smith|
Thanks for the census info. It is entered. Nathan
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