|Frances Donnelly (#47111837)|
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Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee|
I will gladly transfer any memorial to a close relative of the person, "close" meaning direct relatives within four generations (with the exception of my own family lines.)
To request a transfer, please use the "Edit" option at the top of the page.
Please feel free to use my photos for your own personal use.
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|sandra culver||William "Bill" Culver|
William is my g grandfather. Can you tell me how I could get a copy of this tombstone for my Anstery site. I am new at this find a grave thing.
|Cameron Flewellen||Transfer Ownership|
Hello. Would you be willing to transfer the ownership of memorial #150915546 to me? This is my brother-in-law's family and I am helping him with his family history. Thank you so much! Have a blessed day!
|BMB||Find a grave|
Hi Frances, I have a couple of edits pending, would appreciate the edits.
and Thank you for all you do in find a grave
Added by BMB on Sep 14, 2015 7:12 PM
|Doug Lax||Franklin D. Lax Sr.|
That you for making this monument to my " Uncle D." . I have added his Mother Gladys and Father Homer to his page
R. Douglas Lax
Added by Doug Lax on Sep 02, 2015 9:54 PM
|searcher||Lillian Overaker monumentt pics|
Thank you very much
Added by searcher on Aug 22, 2015 5:10 AM
|Cody Blue Miller||RE: Jobe - Hollywood Cemetery|
Anytime my dear! Always a pleasure to help you out as you have done so very much for me and other fellow researchers!!!
Thanks for transferring Robert, Mamie, & James to me.
|wayne chamberlain||Baby Anthony Joe Johnson|
Thanks so much Ms Frances. This baby was the baby of one of my cousins. I wrote her and told her you had taken a picture and put here on Findagrave. I'm sure she will be so happy !! Wayne
|Deb Kueter||Murphy Photo|
Thanks so much for adding his gravestone photo. Oddly, his wife remarried and later chose to not be buried by him. She is in the same cemetery, however.
Thank you for photographing the gravestone of Wallace Wayne Alford in Ridgecrest Cemetery. I appreciate it. --Pam Thompson
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