|Terry Rasberry (#46963020)|
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I have been involved with genealogy almost all of my life, more so after my retirement. My family connections are: Rasberry, Dearman, Riley, Powell, Moffett, Hinson, O'Neil, Irby, Algiers, Phillips, Herrington, Barrow, Linton, Battle, Boyd, Miller, Creel, Acklen and other related surnames.|
Also, my wife's family: deGlanville, Swan, Jönsson, Albury and other related surnames.
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|Maredia Haddock||In Appreciation|
I did have the wrong one connected on Find A Grave. I corrected it on ancestry and forgot to correct Find A Grave.
Thanks so much!
This one is. There are several Andrew Jackson Herringtons.
|Deb||John Gilmore edit|
Hi Terry -
About the info you sent for edit update on John Gilmore - can you give me a documented source for your data? As its posted now is per mutual findings of myself and another contributor who is "distantly" related and who is a very seasoned researcher. Her data has always proven to be very accurate. I would require something documented before I can change the current info. If you have actual documented source, the best I could do is add your thoughts on the date and place to his bio.
Added by Deb on Oct 17, 2016 10:46 AM
|Bennie White||RE: infant Death Certificate|
Holy Cow! It sure could be! His marriage to Lola lasted a short time(about 21 months), so I never knew there were any children born of the marriage. Yes, I would love to have the DC! Thank you very much! My e-mail addee is: email@example.com
|Joe Pearce||John & Sarah Meador Mem. 71213120|
You said they "could be" buried in Barron Cemetery in Smith County.
They could also be buried in Flint Cemetery, Smith Cemetery?
Don't want to list them in a particular cemetery on a "could be" basis.
If you have a good indication they are in Barron - where did that indication come from?
Joe A. Pearce 46885687
|lewishaus||RE: # 107585973 Wm Elias Logan|
Thanks, Terry. Do you have any reason to believe that Wm Elias Logan's ashes are buried in Memorial Gardens, Ramona. We know he was cremated per the DC, but have no idea re the disposition of ashes. He is not buried at Rose Hills where his parents and first wife are. Have not yet located burial place of second wife.
|lewishaus||# 107585973 Wm Elias Logan|
I have some questions regarding your Find-a-Grave Memorial 107585973 for William Elias Logan that I hope you won't mind answering.
My wife's father was William Elias Logan born January 18, 1926 in LA County according to State of California birth records and also according to his LA County death certificate.
Also, according to the death certificate, his parents were Bruce Leslie Logan #105268510 and Gladys Mortimore #105272103 (my wife's grandparents).
Your memorial page says he was born in San Diego County and that his parents were Fred M Logan & Lois V Mortimore Logan. Could you kindly tell me the source of the information on your memorial page?
Also, I note that the memorial page does not have a photo of the gravestone. How did you determine that William Elias Logan's ashes were buried at Nuevo Memory Gardens?
Would really appreciate any information you can provide to help clarify the conflicting information. Thanks.
|Bennie White||RE: Duplicate memorials|
I might also mention that site guidelines say that memorials will not be added if the burial location is unknown, which you have done on several occasions.
|Bennie White||RE: Duplicate memorials|
I suspect I posted the photo on the duplicate memorial at someone's request, not knowing there was already another memorial created. I am well aware of all Find-a-Grave guidelines and do not need to be reminded of them. I would never knowingly violate the guidelines.
|Donna ||Earl Robertson Beason|
I see that you made a memorial page for Earl in the Old City Cemetery in Darien, GA. The last burial to take place in that cemetery was in 1806. In fact the entire cemetery consists of 2 above ground brick graves (John Cunningham who died in 1806 & his sister Margaret who died in 1805) & a shattered headstone of an unknown who died in 1803. These 3 graves are surrounded by a brick wall which in turn is surrounded by a chain link fence to keep out vandals.
Earl Beason is buried down the street from the Old City Cemetery at Saint Andrews Cemetery, sec:L, lot:11, row:1, grave:2. There is a find-a-grave memorial page for him there (#:94732912) with photos of his headstone & links to his wife, parents, & siblings. The Earl Beason from the memorial page you created in the wrong cemetery is showing up as one of his siblings on the Saint Andrews memorial page.
I hope this information has helped.
Added by Donna on Jul 04, 2016 9:08 PM
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