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Dan McGuire (#47033728)
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Bio Photo I am willing to transfer control of any memorials I have created to someone who has a closer relationship. However, you must provide your exact relationship.

Feel free to use my pictures on findagrave for any legitimate purpose. My pictures may not be copied for use elsewhere on findagrave.
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Peggy Meairs
Howard Stills
I would like to take control of my grandfathers memorial also.
Added by Peggy Meairs on Jul 21, 2016 8:32 AM
Peggy Meairs
Pearl Stills
I would like to take control of my Grandmother memorial.
Added by Peggy Meairs on Jul 21, 2016 8:28 AM
Judith Newton
two markers - one person?
I am writing to you as the administrator for find a grave for Wiliam Adoph (A.) Wyatt

Do you have any input on this puzzle?

It appears that the same person may have a "marker" in two cemeteries - one in Texas and one in Arkansas in Searcy County. . A published family history about this family does state that William Adoph Wyatt did serve in the referenced unit in the Mexican War - listed in the Texas Find A Grave.

From Find a Grave – Arkansas
William Adoph “Captain Billy” Wyatt
1828-1916
Birth October 2, 1828 – Tennessee
Death March 9, 1916 - Searcy, Arkansas
_________
From Find A Grave Texas
William A Wyatt – “Bill”
B October 2, 1828
D March 9, 1916
Cpt Co E – Grays’ BN
Arkansas Mounted Rifles – Mexican War

AND it gets even stranger - his father Lewis Lunceford Wyatt appears to have the same thing - a tombstone in Searcy County Arkansas - and the same cemetery in Texas.

Any input in solving this puzzle is greatly appreciated.

Added by Judith Newton on Jul 10, 2016 8:33 PM
Judith Morrison
McGuire
Samuel Monroe McGuire is my 4th Great Grandfather. I am working on my family tree and any information you might have would be appreciated. I am on ancestry.com. My tree is public and called 8magnolia. Could we possibly be related?
Added by Judith Morrison on Mar 31, 2016 7:44 AM
Janice Duffy
Gordon & Evelyn Stanley
Dan, Gordon and Evelyn Stanley are my parents and I would love to manage these two accounts so I could add more information.
You can contact me at rduffy@yellville.net

Gordon # 31312149 Evelyn 31311820

Thank you,
Janice Stanley Duffy
Added by Janice Duffy on Mar 12, 2016 3:06 PM
minnie schreck
RE: sam graham wright, sr/jr.
oops! sorry Dan didn't mean to boggle your mind. We do have a lot of Wrights and I have found some interesting info on them. Several were Texas Rangers, Sheriffs.One Will Wright is in Tx Rangers hall of fame in Waco.
Added by minnie schreck on Feb 14, 2016 11:46 AM
minnie schreck
RE: sam graham wright, sr/jr.
I wondered where the names of Graham and Rayburn came from. so I learned that the Graham is from Elizabeth Graham Rayburn Wright Biddle who was a daughter of Leroy Clay Wright, also Sam sr's father. Wrightsboro,tx was named for Leroy Clay. Eliz mother was Margaret m Rayburn Wright, who was daughter of Elizabeth Graham Rayburn wife of General John King Rayburn. Names passed down. My dad was Norman Graham Wright.
Added by minnie schreck on Feb 13, 2016 2:58 PM
minnie schreck
Martin family
My aunt Leola nee Schobey may still be alive, not sure. Last I heard she was in Oregon. we saw her and Frank quite often and when I was about 12 I spent part of the summer with them in rockdale, tx. I think he did some prison time. Minnie Wright Schreck
Added by minnie schreck on Feb 13, 2016 2:40 PM
minnie schreck
RE: sam graham wright, sr/jr.

frank was my dad, Norman Wright's first cousin. Sam Graham Wright Sr was dad's grandfather. Sam Sr and jr are buried at Gonzales City Cemetery. Sam Sr was Lou's father and my grt grandfather; both sam's died in 1933 same year my parents married.
Added by minnie schreck on Feb 13, 2016 2:36 PM
Charles Rice
John Calvin Rice
John Calvin is my Great-Great Uncle. His parents were Humphrey Posey Rice #142746156 and Levina Kuykendall #142746173.

He was born in Cherokee Co., GA about 1843. The discrepancy in dates of birth, as the story goes, is that he lied about his age to enlist in the Confederate Army.

His brother Louis Cass Rice #27422091 is my Great-Grandfather.

Would you consider transferring the maintenance of his Find A Grave Memorial to me?

Thanks for your consideration!

Charles Rice # 48068956
Added by Charles Rice on Jan 18, 2016 10:22 AM
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