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ImAGenealogyGirl (#47479542)
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Martha A. Grimes #74183508
Her maiden name was Tevebaugh. She is my paternal great grandmother.
Thank you.
Added by Betty on Aug 02, 2015 12:49 PM
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Lucy Erwin
Muliple memorials.
Added by Undertaker's Gr-Granddaug... on Jul 16, 2015 5:57 AM
Dave & Kristi Bruner
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not sure why the last message had my last name as Edlen - should read Kristi O'Day Bruner :D
Added by Dave & Kristi Bruner on Oct 26, 2013 10:29 AM
Dave & Kristi Bruner
RE: William Finley
You said Wm was married to your great grandma's sister - was that Sylvia Edlen? Sylvia is in my tree (as well as her 5 husbands) I descend from her grandparents Wm & Margaret Dunn Edlen thru their son Newton Lewis Edlen. I'm also related thru one of her husbands on the Gutting side of our tree.

Kristi O'Day Edlen
Added by Dave & Kristi Bruner on Oct 26, 2013 10:28 AM
RE: Ellen C. Eckland
The term 'box' is an official entry in a Lee County database referring to the 'vault'. There are a number of types of burial to include styrofoam, paper, wood, Wilbert, Doric, concrete, cement, steel and others types for this entry. Typically the 'box' refers to wood and less expensive. This is not cardboard according to the official funeral home data entries. Thanks for your comments. I did tranfers the two memorials to you this morning.
Added by Thomas on Oct 21, 2013 7:27 AM
Dave & Kristi Bruner
Headstone Photos
Thanks for the wonderful photo of Wm Finley's headstone! I love being able to have a visual piece to match up our extended family members. Your time and work on here is much appreciated! Have a great day!
Added by Dave & Kristi Bruner on Oct 20, 2013 5:40 AM
Donna Schulz
Ernest & Susan (Speelman) Miller
My name is Donna Schulz and I am attempting to right a mistake I have made. It has come to my attention that permission is required to use photos from findagrave. I have copied one of yours to my tree. I am truly sorry! Would you be willing to give me permission to use Ernest & Susan Miller's headstone photo in my ancestry tree? His memorial number is: 68134603. Ernest & Susan are my maternal grandparents, and your permission to use this photo would mean a lot to me. I have now added credit to you for the photo and memorial. However, if you prefer I remove the photo, I will do so.
Thank you for your consideration!
Added by Donna Schulz on Oct 12, 2013 3:31 PM
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Dear Ms. Evans

We would like to take this time to say thank you for the transfer of the Howard's / Brownfield memorial


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Added by Member #47614207 on Jun 05, 2013 9:43 AM
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Dear Ms. Evans

We are sending you this message to humbly ask for the transfer of the four Howard's / Brownfield's memorials that you have in Green Ridge Cemetery in Green Ridge, Pettis County, Missouri.

We are related to the Howard's / Brownfield's through are Grandmother.

We would like to thank you for you kind understanding.


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Added by Member #47614207 on Jun 05, 2013 7:01 AM
Rebecca Poole
Norman E Ford memorial
Thank you very much for transferring my Uncle Norman's memorial to me. I really appreciate your work in making it in the first place and being willing to transfer it to me.
Added by Rebecca Poole on Mar 04, 2013 11:57 AM
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