|Sandra Moore (#47025864)|
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My name is Sandra Moore and I live in Mason, Michigan. I'm a wife, mother of three children and grandmother of eight grandchildren. I became interested in genealogy in 1999. I enjoy sharing my family information and photos with others and helping out anyone else in their genealogy research through cemetery records. I found out about find a grave website back in 2000 and never thought about helping to enter information or take photos at the cemetery till now. I have found others that have done so and so appreciate their help and now I want to do my part with volunteering in putting up whatever pictures I can or adding information from the cemeteries. To all that have entered names on cemeteries, my many thanks go out to you. Keep up the good work. Also if I happen to make a memorial page for a relative and you want ownership, I have no problem turning it over to you and will be more than happy to do so. Also if you happen to find any errors, please let me know and I will correct it right away. Sometimes stones are hard to read. I try to be as accurate as possible and do research on my own if I am not sure of a name or date or relationship. Please feel free to use my photos in your family tree.
Also please ask for transfers (giving me your member number) and to add any information under the Edit tab at the right hand top of the memorial page and not on my message board. It's a lot quicker and easier that way as it takes me directly to the persons' memorial page. Thanks!
Sincerely, Sandra Moore
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|No Guts, No Glory||Carl Mussillo|
Thanks for the cemetery heads-up...happy taphophiling
|Jenny Sparling Davis||Jerry Wood and Martin Wood|
Thank you Sandra for transferring these memorials. :)
|Marilynn Johnson, Find A Grave Contributor||Sandra Moore|
You have done amazing work on Findagrave, thank you!
|Kim Simpson||Junia Syers Memorial|
Thank you for transferring this memorial to me!
|Sandy Vandertol||Civil War vets|
A big shout out to you for all the research you do on Civil War vets to give them dates, families and a history. You ROCK! Love your work and all the effort you put into this wonderful website! Thanks so much!!
|Vicki Priest||RE: Priest Family|
It's OK, and thanks. After I wrote to you I looked into things more and was glad to find out that census research I had done in the past had gone in the right direction and that I was able to confirm the parents and grandparents of James Riley, which are not the same as what's in that one family tree. It just goes to show the possible problems when looking into ancestry!
|Vicki Priest||Priest Family|
Hi Sandra. I was very excited to find that you have placed information about my ancestors here, as I have learned some new things! Very neat. However, I'm concerned that the admins here may not accept a relation I put up, and the reason is this- My grandfather is Emery Priest, son of Jessie E Priest(commonly written Jesse, but Jessie in the census records), who is the son of James Riley (my family called him Riley, born in Ohio) and Jane (Samantha). Our Jessie is not the one in 54109544. I have no idea how they are intertwined, but I do have census and family records linking the adult Jessie and James Riley. The 1880 census shows Jessie as having siblings Charles (1871) and Othem (1878), born Ohio, but living in Indiana. Anyway, this thing is perplexing, but James' son Jessie didn't die young, in any case.
|BluMoKitty||Henry A Jackson|
Thank You for the update, it is appreciated Blumokitty
|Jenny Sparling Davis||Elaine Cook|
Thank you! I appreciate all you do to preserve the information on these markers!
|Diggin for one||Olive C. Smith Holcomb|
Thanks for updating her memorial. I hope you are doing well.
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