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If you would like me to transfer a memorial to you, just ask, if they are not related to me I will transfer them to you. And because I am not able to work on FAG info everyday it may take a while to delete or add info to memorials. Also if you request a transfer it may take a couple of days. I try to do these things as quickly as possible, please be patient. Remember, to err is human, to forgive is devine. Happy Findagraving.|
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|David Oxford||re: Obits of George & Etta Waldrop|
The obits are excerpts from PDF newsfile and are now in jpeg format. I can send but need an email addy.
|Investigator||RE: William Anderson■|
Thanks So much and again, thanks for all you have done and are doing !!!!
I was researching this family and found that Fannie's name on the 1880 census was Margaret, I noticed you did not have this on her memorial. Her father William Cornelius Crittenden was living in Campobello TWP, Spartanburg Co, SC in 1880 with his 2nd wife Elvira & 2 daughters, Margaret & Queen. I also found him in 1870 in Polk Co with his 1st wife Mary (Shields) but no children.
I was also told that their family donated the land for the church where his family are buried.
Added by Jeni on Aug 21, 2014 2:31 PM
|SleepingDog||RE: transfers complete|
Thank you so much. It took years for me to find out where Fred & Mary Baber were.
If you don't mind, I'd love to take you up on your offer and have Fred Baber #54328701 and Mary McKenzie Baber #54328723 transferred to me.
Mary was my father's first cousin.
Thank you so much!!!
|Iris Gray||Mary Addie Kimbrell Allen|
Hi Record Hunter, yes thank you for aunt Addie's obituary! You brightened my day. I enjoy every bit of information found on my ancestors. I'm getting more involved in my genealogy now that I have more time. Thanks again. I hope all goes well for you. Yvonne
I just sent in an edits for the names of Mary McKenzie and Fred Gifford "Babber" which is not how their last names were spelled. If that's how it showed up in their obituaries---it was wrong in there also. I sure hope it's not on their tombstones like that.
Their last names were Baber. (They are relatives of mine). I'd been looking for where they were buried for years, and if the newspapers had the names wrong---now I see why I couldn't find them.
That's definitely no fault of yours, and I just accidently came across their names when I was looking for McKenzies. (Which was Mary's maiden name.)
I'm glad to have finally found them--thanks to you. But please correct their last names so anyone looking for them can find them.
|ray waldrop||Donnie Webb|
Thank you for pointing my duplication, I have deleted it.
|Charlotte Ann Price||Philemon Berry"Sheriff Phil" Waters 83879674|
You obly list one wife and this doucment shows another spouse.
Just curious if you wished to add her.
Martha Caroline Chappell-Waters-Perry
1814 ľ 1894
U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 about Philemon Berry Waters
Name: Philemon Berry Waters
SAR Membership: 88303
Birth Date: 1 Sep 1807
Birth Place: Newberry, South Carolina
Death Date: 30 Jul 1840
Death Place: Prairie Bluff, Alabama
Father: Philemon Berry Waters
Mother: Sarah Gilliam
Spouse: Martha Caroline Chappell
Children: Philemon Berry Waters
|BarryC||RE: Sgt. Bobo|
Actually she had my photo of Sgt Bobo's unit patch taken down and apparently added it as a "Flower" I do something similar to you and, whenever I come across a vet I add a "Flag" flower and comment "God Bless Our Veterans" under "Anonymous" . Whenever I'm searching a cemetery for a request I try to photograph all vets I come across .... I don't want them to be forgotten. Sadly, in deleting my photo, it had all the info I got on the Sgt by calling several of his fellow WWII soldiers that were in the unit.
This woman is sadly more concerned with intrusions on "her" memorials/turf than recording useful info on those who are interned. I think you and I have discussed it before that the objective is not to "get credit" for memorials, but to honor the memories of the interned as much as feasible.
Takes all types I guess?
Added by BarryC on Aug 13, 2014 11:24 AM
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