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Farm Girl from MO. (#47142793)
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TRANSFERS: As of July 1, 2014 I will no longer do transfers without documentation proving your relationship to the individual. If you do not have this infomation or do not wish to share it with me then your transfer request will be denied. Many of my memorials are for direct family members or are relatives by marriage and I do not wish to transfer them. Several are relatives of both my husband and myself.

FREEDOM TO USE DATA SENT ME: Also as of July 7, 2014. If you send me info., links, obits, etc. please note that you are giving "me permission" to use it to create memorials or to add it to a memorial. I hope this will prevent any confusion when it comes to info. being shared on this site.

I will do edits for those who are willing to work with others. Please continue to send them using the edit tab in the upper right hand corner of the memorial. Do not send me personal messages using the edit tab as that is "Not" what it is for! Do "NOT" send personal messages or add bio. info. with a flower. Also I would prefer that death certificates and obits. not be added as a photo. If you would like this info. added to a memorial please send it to me as an edit. Thanks to all the great fellow contributors who have sent info./links to me to be added to memorials. Most of you are now listed as my friends.

FLOWERS are ment as a "form of remembrance" and I only add them as a way to "honor the deceased" who is usually a family member, a small child or a military service person. I do NOT add them as a way to contact a contributor.

For those taking photos please check out this site: How To Get Great Photos For FindAGrave. Thanks Ron West for this link. I hope it helps others take much better photos than a lot of those I have come across on FAG. Also please try not to take photos with snow on the ground, your reflection in the stone, cars or people in the background and hopefully with green grass around the stone. I prefer seeing the whole stone not just a closeup of it. Do not take photos of an upright stone looking down on it. This distorts the engravings and makes the stone look like it is falling over. Always try to take photos at a right angle to the face of the stone. This may mean bending over or getting down on one knee to take a photo. Also removing dead grass and bird droppings would be really nice and please no shadows of yourself or your body parts across the face of the stone. Remove flowers to get a clear photo of the names & the dates and then always replace the flowers!

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Laurie Skogsberg Mattson
George and Caroline Crooks
Just wanted to let you know that I did remove the death notices for George and Caroline from their memorial. Thanks so much for typing them out on the Memorial page, it is much appreciated. Laurie
Added by Laurie Skogsberg Mattson on Jul 11, 2014 5:23 AM
Mary Beth Haley
Della Clarkson
Are you related to Della Rahe? She was my great-grandfather's sister. I inherited a box of pictures from the Rahe side of the family and they do not have names on them. I would love to find out who they are.
Mary Beth Haley
Added by Mary Beth Haley on Jul 09, 2014 8:35 PM
Mary Beth Haley
Della Clarkson
Thank you so much for the headstone picture!
Added by Mary Beth Haley on Jul 09, 2014 8:29 PM
Mikel Beardall
Edna Virginia Polley Sampson
Find A Grave Memorial# 50834772 Edna Sampson,(in Idaho)

she was buried in Weld, Colorado here is her find a grave with pic from that cemetery, she and William were divorced and he came to Idaho and she went to Colorado with her parents,
Find A Grave Memorial# 39545908 Edna Sampson (in Colorado) Could you please remove the memorial in Idaho? Thanks
Added by Mikel Beardall on Jul 09, 2014 9:19 AM
Thanks for all the great work you have done at Findagrave. Your memorials really come alive with photos and biographical info! You really go the extra mile! And thanks for the many times you have helped me! I appreciate you and all that you do!
Added by Anonymous1 on Jul 03, 2014 9:45 PM
Brian Easley
RE: William F. Easley
I would leave the "F". I found new documentation showing that he is named after his grandfather. 1806 William Francis "Judge" Easley. Very few documents show his middle name. This link shows him to be the first born between William Easley and 1813 Sophia Patrick Easley.

1806 Grainger Co TN William F Easley named his first born with his third wife Francis William Easley.

I was just hoping that you had some sort of info I didn't have.

I am looking for a daughter of 1806 William Easley and Sophia Patrick Easley (looking for Sophia too)and her name was Lavisa (or Louisa in some census records). She is believed to be the mother to 1859 William Easley from Macon county. Buried in Mt Carmel Cemetery.
Added by Brian Easley on Jul 02, 2014 9:28 AM
Brian Easley
William F. Easley

Can you tell/send me any data you have on William F. Easley & Sophia (Patrick) Easley?

I have been researching this side of my family for a while and have not seen anything showing a middle initial of F and hoped that you had some other clues that I haven't found. I can't find much of anything on Sophia (Patrick) Easley. Not sure if she remarried or not. The William Easley you refer to as his father is the 1806 Grainger County Tennessee, William Easley, correct?
Added by Brian Easley on Jul 01, 2014 1:08 PM
James Niles Farmer #86143140
James Niles Farmer #86143140 is buried at Mt. Tabor Cemetery in Macon County, Missouri.

I believe you have the wrong birth and death dates on his memorial. If you study your photo of his grave stone, you see he died in 8/1872, aged 57years, 9 months, making his birthdate in 11/1814.

The dates you listed are for John M. Farmer, an ancestor in our family tree, who is likely the brother of James Niles Farmer and William A. Farmer, all from Kentucky and sons of Henry Farmer and Nancy McCord. They appear to have arrived in the 1840s as they are in the 1840 census of Pulaski County, Kentucky and in the 1850 census of Macon County, Missouri.
Added by Anonymous on Jun 21, 2014 11:10 AM
Nancy Meadows
RE: Sylvia Shelmadine
Yes, confusing it can be! I have come across several people who were cremated and had their ashes split up to be buried with multiple spouses, as well as sprinkled various places. Usually that info is not found in obits, though, and has come to me only from others with personal knowledge. It does make it difficult when it comes to memorials!
Added by Nancy Meadows on Jun 20, 2014 8:23 PM
Nancy Meadows
RE: Sylvia Shelmadine
Glad to see we have Findagrave back! One of those things you take for granted until it's gone! Anyway, no problem, just glad to get it straightened out. Stay cool!
Added by Nancy Meadows on Jun 18, 2014 5:33 PM
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