|Sharon Johnson (#47007321)|
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If I have a family member of yours that I "manage" I would love to transfer to you as long as I'm not directly related.
I have started to put some of the Oceana area Cemeteries on Find A Grave, any of these memorials can be transfered, if I added the name.
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|Jim Sindberg||Simmons transfer request|
I'm Jim Sindberg, great grandson of
Fred O Simmons # 69463208 and
Flora C (Usher) Simmons # 69463184.
They had at least 10 children including my grandmother Ella May Simmons Sindberg.
Of their 10 children I find that you have entered:
Alpheus Sylvester Simmons # 69463107,
Isabel J Simmons # 69463140, and
Marion Simmons # 69462778.
I would appreciate it if you would transfer management of their memorials to me.
Thank you for bringing them to Find A Grave.
|Linda ~ In Loving Memory Of My Son ~ Harold||Your Welcome!|
|sharon cartwright||Jennie Royle Stever|
Sharon, thank you so much for the transfer. I am directly related to her thru her parents and grandparents. Thanks again, Sharon
|Janet Sayers||Find A Grave Memorial# 74289547|
Would you please transfer this one to me? Gene Vesta Fast Sayers is my mother. Her husband when she passed was Charles Sayers, not Floyd, and Charles' ashes are buried on the same plot.
Sharon, that was nice of you to transfer, thanks, miss hearing from you, been awhile. Sharon from Michigan,
|Ron Spurr||RE: Colin & Anna Cameron|
There may be more than one stone. I am optimistic I can find the stone or stones in the wall. I trust you looked at Watford Pioneer Cemetery on Find_A_Grave. Warwick also has one of each.
I'll let you know as soon as I visit the cemetery.
|Ron Spurr||Colin & Anna Cameron|
Have a look at the Watford Pioneer Cemetery. It is a different cemetery and separate from the Watford Cemetery. It doesn't list any Camerons but because all of the gravestones are cemented into a wall, there aren't that many to look at to find it. The one cautionary note is that many of the gravestones are badly weathered and it may be difficult to identify it if the condition has deteriorated badly. I have been there and posted numerous photographs of gravestones. There is no point and requesting photographs from the Watford Pioneer Cemetery and when you look at it you will see why. You should consider removing the request from Watford Cemetery because the Camerons are not there. Once the weather clears up at the beginning of the week, I will have a look and report back to you if that is acceptable. I have another request for Arkona Cemetery, which is nearby. You can send me an e-mail and let me know what you wish.
|Ron Spurr||RE: Colin And Anna Cameron, Watford Cemetery|
Take all the time you need. It's supposed to rain all day today and tomorrow so there is no hurray. Besides, I have found it to be a wise idea not to go around photographing cemeteries on weekends. Too much potential for conflicts with people visiting their deceased loved ones.
|Ron Spurr||Colin And Anna Cameron, Watford Cemetery|
Are you absolutely certain that Colin and Anna Cameron are buried in Watford Cemetery? What is the source of your information? The cemetery index has no listing for either of them and their son Hugh Cameron is buried in a cemetery in Michigan. If you know the location in the cemetery (the index isn't always complete) - Range, Lot - I will try to locate the gravestone and photograph it for you. Without some more concrete information, I would end up wandering around the cemetery looking for a gravestone that might not even be there. I'm asking for your help so I can fulfill your photo request.
|Sally Ellibee Finley||Minnie D Richmond (Tennant)|
Minnie is my cousin, child of Jessie Monroe tenant, my Uncle, I would love to have her transferred, please let me know, I have much to link, and history to add, thank you
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