|Michael L. Hébert (#46922028)|
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I have been interested in and have researched my family history for many years. More details on the people in some of the memorials that I maintain can be found in my WorldConnect database (females can be found using their maiden name). My specific areas of geographical interest are northwest Pennsylvania in the Venango-Mercer-Crawford Counties area, central Illinois in the Cumberland-Effingham-Jasper Counties area, and southern Illinois in the Hamilton-Wayne Counties area. Most of my ancestors were in America before 1800 and I thus have various other geographical interests spread throughout the eastern, southern, and midwestern U.S. More details on my genealogy can be found at my Website link on this profile page.|
I am always happy to approve updates or add/correct info in the bio section of any of the memorials that I manage. For ALL requests, please use the Edit tab which is in the top right portion of the memorial page underneath the decedant's name (see the Editing & Correcting Memorial Information section of the FAQ page). I am usually able to respond to requests within a week or two, well within the 30-day window recommended by Find A Grave.
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|Kaye Harkins McClintock||Rella Yates #127669170|
Michael, We have doubled on Rella and yours is a few months earlier than mine so you have the right to keep yours but I am hoping that you will let me keep mine and delete yours. I have many links to Rella on mine and also the picture of her grave marker. She is part of my family tree, so would you please consider this? Sincerely, Kaye Harkins McClintock #47734417
|X-NYer||RE: Raymond Harold Marsh|
Hi, I am sorry there was no marker to photograph, but there are always unmarked graves, for some reason or other. The family are the ones who must take care of that. I do think that now some cemeteries, with the money, are starting to place a very small name marker on those graves, something that is overdue. As for the location of his grave, it is in The Garden of Hope Row 54 Grave 16. If he served in the military, you can ask the service / VA? and I think they will provide a grave marker for him.
Added by X-NYer on Feb 28, 2016 9:15 PM
|Caring Graver||Biggerstaff & More|
I sent you a personal message on my direct line for Biggerstaff.
I've a few of the Biggestaff that I manage.
I noticed that you list geographical locations of research. I live in Butler County, PA. You are looking in Venango & Mercer which boarder my County. Particular family line and area?
|Kathy T Richardson||FAG # 152366085 WM "Bill" Mezo|
I believe you have duplicated Find A Grave # 6856630 but you have the dates, where did you get the dates?
|DASG||Charles Eaton - Ashby|
Thanks for spotting my error in the death date of Charles Eaton. - Deb
Added by DASG on Dec 27, 2015 5:18 PM
|Lois G.||Frederick Forthman|
Please add John Forthman to the list of children
John was married to my Aunt. I know he was born in Jasper County and I found Frederick's Will on ancestry.
Added by Lois G. on Nov 14, 2015 2:21 PM
|Caring Graver||TRANSFER Rebecca Allen Biggerstaff|
WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF YOU WOULD CONSIDER TRANSFERING REBECCA ALLEN BIGGERSTAFF. My connection is with Andrew Biggerstaff. I have pictures from my great grandmother Iva May Biggerstaff with Andrew, Eunice and siblings. I just got started with Find A Grave because my family members were not linked together. I appreciate all your hard work. Thank you.
|BALN||RE: Morris Headstone Photos & Sunny Slope|
Hello, Yes Sunny Slop is part of City, there is 100 acres in City Cemetery, each is names SS has 3 sections to it East, center and West, and has over 500 buried there. City has about 17000 and Woodlawn has about 5500 there. BALN
Added by BALN on Oct 27, 2015 6:20 PM
|Veva Foster||Mary Mahin Bretz|
Thank you so much for transferring my GG grandmother's memorial to me. I hope to be able to find out more about her and add to he page.
|Veva Foster||Bretz info|
Thank you for the additions to the Bretz' memorials at Pleasant Grove Cemetery.
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