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Since retirement, I have had lots of time to work on genealogy for my family and my husband's family. I enjoy visiting cemeteries and recording the burials to help others find their relatives.|
When requesting a transfer, please tell me how you are related to the individual. I'm not a stickler for the 4 generation rule, but I do like to know your connection to the person.
PLEASE DO NOT ADD DEATH CERTIFICATES TO MY MEMORIALS. There are family members who do not wish to have death certificates displayed. If you need a death cert, there are several places to look them up.
DAR Volunteer Genealogist--glad to help with applications to DAR
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|Grave_Walker||Helen Easterwood memorial|
Thanks for the heads up on Helen Easterwood. I have deleted that memorial. Appreciate it.
Hi, I am helping my friend who is the daughter of Clariabel link up all the memorials for her family. I can confirm the monument spelling is correct based on a Geneology reference book she provided to me. Thanks for posting this memorial. It's very helpful. Sarah
Added by SarahATX on Nov 15, 2014 10:39 AM
|Tia Rutledge||Permission to use photos|
I would like to ask your permission to save the photos to my computer system that you took for FindaGrave.com for my personal genealogy research and posting to my family online. I will give credit to your work. Will you permit me to do that?
I really appreciate this,
|Hoyt Day||Georgia Anna Crump-Day|
Was wife of Daniel L Day born 1855 Dallas County, AL. He was my great grandfather's brother, sons of William Wiley Day and Mary Ann Smoke. Georgia was daughter of George W Crump and Caroline Brock.
Added by Hoyt Day on Nov 09, 2014 10:51 AM
|Michael McAbee||Thank You|
Maggie, Thank you so much for creating this. I am the son of one of Allie Lee daughters. I have decide to do a family tree and this has really helped. Again thank you so much.
|Debbie Peacock||RE: Mewborn Cemetery|
Thank you so much Maggie. Road trip for sure.
Take care and God bless.
|Debbie Peacock||Mewborn Cemetery|
Maggie, I am looking for directions to the Newborn Cemetery in which you took a picture of the cemetery.
I am trying to locate a gravesite of a Uncle of my husband who died at 1 year old. The gravesite may be unmarked.
Also, by any chance do you know who is maintaining the cemetery so I may talk with them.
Debbie Peacock #47338609
|Mary||Infant Son Rouse|
Maggie, I believe the Infant Son Rouse born Nov 18, 1897, died Nov 26, 1897, buried in Powers Chapel Cem, Falls Co, TX, memorial #45617654 does NOT belong to John I. Rouse (1850-1892 - note his death date.)
I believe the infant belongs to John Ir Rouse (1874-1962) and Mattie Elizabeth Storey (1879-1959 who both died in McLennan Co, TX, but I don't know where they are buried. You might add this info in the Bio section of the memorial. Thanks! M. Perry
Added by Mary on Oct 02, 2014 12:02 PM
|Molly Lindsey||RE: Bill Inman|
Here is the marriage record for William Debeary Inman & Louisa Davis.
Name: William Debeary Inman
Spouse's Name: Louisa Davis
Event Date: 14 Apr 1869
Event Place: Waynesville, Haywood, N. C.
Father's Name: Logan Inman
Spouse's Father's Name: Nelson Davis
|Molly Lindsey||RE: Bill Inman|
I think the correct Bill Inman is #50867424 according to his death record. I don't know who made the other connection and made the links to the wrong children?
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