|At The Beginning (#47576115)|
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|The reason I am active on this website is to pass on the help I have received from generous contributors. I will be glad to help find graves in the area, and I will try my best to do so.I only transcribe for genealogical purposes, particularly if the records are old and fading fast. I will not add new graves until a few years have passed. Unless I knew the person in life, and if their families will agree to an immediate memorial, only then will I add it.My main concern is finding and adding as much information as I can to those records, and in turn, to the descendants of those transcribed.If one has information on a transcription, please don't hesitate to inform me.I will gladly transfer memorials.I have absolutely NO intention of keeping memorials from family members, or others, who can and will add more information and keep the long term maintence up.Any and all questions, information updates, and requests are welcome.Thanks to all those who have helped me in the past and I hope to do the same for others in the future.|
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|Melissa ||James Edward hembree|
Thank you for leaving a flower on his page he is my uncle and I was only like 5 or 6 when he passed
Added by Melissa on Jan 02, 2017 3:05 AM
|Norma Brock||RE: Nancy Smith Harris|
You can update it. Thank you so much.
|Norma Brock||Nancy Smith Harris|
This is my mother. Her date of death is wrong. She died in June not January. Her real parents were Minolta smith Jackson teague and monk Teague but she was adopted by her aunt, Miranda Jane smith who raised her.
|Martin Douglas Packer||URGENT!|
Your flowers were posted on a 'dupe' for Lizzie Siddall - can you delete them and repost on the original memorial please? "You are one of my favorite historical people.I'm sorry your story ended the way it did.Rest in peace." THANKS!
- inlovingmemoryofall "
Many thanks for transferring the memorials, and for the information on Wallsend. I'm afraid I know the answer, but I'll ask anyway -- is there any chance some records exist to find unmarked graves? James died about 7 months before his father was ambushed and killed, so I would guess that they must be buried near to one another.
I'm planning to make a trip to Bell county this fall, and plan to visit Wallsend. I'll do some looking too!
Here is my email address -- anything else you can share would be greatly appreciated!
Added by jillc120 on Aug 18, 2014 10:41 PM
|jillc120||William T. Atkins|
Hello, In addition to my request to take control of the memorial for my great grandmother (Annie Atkins), I'd also like to request control of my Great Grandfather's memorial -- Annie's husband William T. Atkins.
Added by jillc120 on Aug 18, 2014 12:31 PM
|jillc120||Annie H Dickerson|
You created a memorial for my great grandmother, Annie H. Atkins, Wallsend Cemetary. I wonder if you might be able to give me information? I understand that Wallsend is in disrepair. Were you able to locate a headstone for her, or did you use cemetery records. Also, would you consider transferring the memorial to me to maintain? Many thanks.
Added by jillc120 on Aug 16, 2014 9:11 PM
|Irene Smith-Rice||RE: Photo Request|
You are very welcome! Happy to help!
|carla||RE: Photo Request|
You are more than welcome.I knew Dakota for a short while and miss him. Here at Southern Monument we like to try to have photos of the memorial we create for our families that we serve. I love the find a grave web site. I didnt know it was available until just recently. I will do my best to contribute photos when I can. I wish you well in the days to come.
Southern Monument Co.
Added by carla on Oct 02, 2013 10:17 AM
|James (Jim) F. Kelly||111271481 Sr Mary Imelda Sekerak|
Please consider transferring Sister Mary Imelda to me.
I have entered several hundred of the Sisters of Charity and have additional information on Sister.
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