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Please list memorial number if requesting information/corrections/transfers. When on the memorial you click on the edit button of the memorial and add your question/suggestion it will provide me with information and directly link me to the memorial about which you are referring. Please know that if I have a person you know and love I will transfer them (unless in my family lineage).
When working a family cemetery, it is by request of a member of family interred there. Most often in their presence. On occasion, a cemetery in seriously neglected condition, perhaps all family deceased or moved away - then I will attempt to bring respect, care and honor back to the deceased by pulling weeds and photo the markers. As in the case when a coroner told me about a grave that had to be repaired, I got the coordinates - I photographed the entire family cemetery, small but priceless even in ruins - check it out the Sitler cemetery.
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|Laurie Davis Hannah||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 126113206|
Thank you the transfer would be appreciated. Laurie Hannah, #47087860
I am looking at Henry Hamiter Eleazer 66417554 and Henry H Eleazer 114721295 and have a suspicion that they are one in the same. The birth years are a little different. I know for sure that Henry Hamiter Eleazer was married prior to being married to Sallie Catherine Shealy Eleazer. I do not know the first wife's name, but the math adds up that it could be Elizabeth Nunamaker.
I just wanted to pass on this information to see if you have enough information to verify and consolidate.
|MaxieMum||J. B. Lee Strickland|
Thank you very much for posting photographs of the tombstones of my great uncle Lee Strickland (52380771) and his wife Elizabeth at Mount Hebron Methodist in West Columbia! When I tried to find them, my best graveyarder wasn't with me, and my knees weren't cooperating. This morning I was showing my 92 year old father some of his family and was delighted to discover these photos. I appreciate very much all you do to contribute to this excellent, FREE website.
Added by MaxieMum on May 11, 2016 9:05 AM
|Tony||RE: SSGT Charles David Rikard|
Thank you very much. I most certainly will transfer to a family member.
It's not my intend to keep memorials, if a family comes forward.
To much information about those that died in Vietnam is being lost and I do attempt to contact family members and friends.
Added by Tony on Mar 12, 2016 5:30 PM
The only problem I see is that his date of birth has been place in his death date. This page belongs to you and I can't correct it for you.
Added by Sam on Sep 24, 2015 1:12 PM
|David J West||Frank Sightler|
First, Thank you VERY much for contacting me about this! I had no idea that this happened and am deeply disturbed by it.
Secondly, I am very grateful for the information that this document provided. I am speechless ... horrified at the cruelty but grateful for historical information.
Enough ... Thank you.
|David J West||RE: Frank|
I do have a Frank Sightler in my tree. He was the son of Socrates Marshall Sightler and Emaline Sphaler. All I have is from the Sightler Family Book (Aubrey Marion Sightler, compiler, The Sightler Family, Genealogy of George (Seitler) Sighter and Scraps of Family History (Greenville, Greenville, SC, USA: Self-Published, 1963)).
It says he was born about 1875 and buried in the Old Sightler Cemetery at the head of Savana Hunt Creek near Gaston, Lexington, SC, USA. As I just saw your message today, I haven't compared it to my photos of the Sightler Cemetery I found in Gaston, but I assume it's the same cemetery referred to in the book.
If you have more info about him, I would appreciate anything you can give me.
|David J West||Re: Anonymous|
Looks like you may have stumbled into one of the SC backwaters. Watch out for shotguns when you see rebel flags ... some of our more ignorant rednecks don't value the law. Or rather, they make up their own laws.
Anyway, I guess from another message or your profile that you may not be a native so I wanted to apologize for my fellow SC natives.
Thanks for all your help!
|David J West||RE: sitler and sightler|
It's been so long since I logged in, I've forgotten as well. However, I saw a more recent message, so I'm excited to read it (must start at the bottom you know ... being a detail oriented person is a curse at times).
I took extensive pictures of the Sightler Cemetery in Gaston, SC. If there's a different cemetery for the Sitelers I can't wait to find it.
|Anonymous||RE: Ernest Wayne Thomas|
I sent a message last night and I see today it is gone! I want to know who you are and what you were doing taking pictures of my father's grave! You did not have permission from the family to do so nor did you gave our permission to post anything about him online. I want to know who you are.
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