|bonnie carroll (#47372741)|
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I live in WI, retired from Ameritech (phone compnay) after 32 years in 2001. Worked in a flower shop for eight years after I retired but now just enjoy DOING NOTHING. I have several family histories going on Ancestry.com. That is actually how I found out about Find A Grave. I enjoy exploring the country sides and have even gotten my husband to join me on a few occassions. Mostly I like the peace and quiet and enjoy THE HUNT. Favorite TV program is "Who Do You Think You Are" put on by Ancestry and Finding Your Roots on PBS.|
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|Clayton Will||Request headstone picture removed.|
7673481 Hi Bonnie, I have a service record to post for Harold Anderson. Could I ask you to remove the close up of Harolds headstone since there is a full picture there? Thank you very much. Clayton Will
|Steve N||Joe Reilly #110804390|
Thanks for all your help, Bonnie, you have really found a lot of my Reilly, Barrett and Nichols ancestors! I've been wanting to get my great-uncle Joe linked in; he was the eldest brother of my grandpa Bernard Reilly (1882-1972).
Added by Steve N on Jan 07, 2017 12:40 PM
|Steve N||RE: George W. Nichols|
I appreciate the work you have done. I am so new to F. A. G. that I hardly know how to create accounts, but thanks to "old-school" genealogists in the family I have a ton of photos, links, etc. that I have recently learned to submit as edits. I used to have the memorials that linked to George W. Nichols and his wife Mary Frances Leary, but they disappeared. Hmmm. At least my parents edit for my great-grandma Mary Ann Nichols Reilly was accepted. She was a sister to George W. Nichols Sr.
Added by Steve N on Dec 28, 2016 8:41 AM
|Steve N||George W. Nichols Sr. (1857-1916)|
This person (my great-great uncle) and his wife Mary Frances (Leary) Nichols (1863-1920) used to have memorials maintained (I believe) by you. Can you tell me why their memorials now link to "this memorial not found in system"? Thanks. By your pix I see the graves are still there at St. Joseph's cemetery in Edgerton, WI. I have provided pictures to the graves of some of their children whose memorials are still maintained on Find A Grave (Joseph 1892-1893 #97818892
& Genevieve 97818834). In your photo of the Nichols monument at St. Joe included with the memorial for Genevieve her father's grave is partially depicted in the background. Please fill me in either here or at my email address.
Added by Steve N on Dec 28, 2016 6:20 AM
|Jack Hartzell||Sarah Hartzell, Wife of Reuben Hartzell|
I am researching my family history and found a bit of a discrepancy. You have that Reuben's wife was Sarah Bunnell was the wife of Reuben Hartzell and have her linked to him in Find A Grave. I was wondering how you came to that conclusion. From what I have found Sarah was still living in New York at the time of my Great Grandfather Williams birth in 1864. How ever there was a woman Sarah named Sarah Fowler, also from New York, who was in Wisconsin at the time and whose father was living with Reuben Hartzell as of the 1870 Census. I cannot find a link between Sarah Bunnell and Reuben Hartzell. Could you help me out by showing me how Sarah Bunnell is with Rueben Hartzell. I would really appreciate the assistance. I am fairly new at this. If you have any questions please email me at email@example.com. Thanks
|Jon Saunders||RE: Pretty Slow These Days|
Oh my goodness! Both knees at once! That is a tough recovery. Hope the PT folks are gentle on you. Were they partial or total replacements?
|Nancy R||Richardson Families|
I've noticed that you've put several pictures on Find A Grave of my family's grave stones. Are we related?
Added by Nancy R on Aug 31, 2016 4:10 PM
Thank you so much for the transfer.
|deanna french||Rock Co. Civil War Vets Vermont|
I am a Vermont Civil War buff, and am working on a project to identify the last resting places of many of our "old soldiers" that had roots/ties to Vt. May I use the photo's that you have contributed to some of these patriot's memorial pages, to post on the Vt. C.W. site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Melissa||Lois Lohry Goodrich Muccilli|
Do you anything about Lois's first husband?
Added by Melissa on Mar 16, 2016 10:40 AM
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