|Lisa McCrehin McKown (#47140563)|
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.I love doing genealogy. I've been working off and on at my family tree for about 20 years. .|
I will gladly do transfers if you are family or a very close friend. Or if you want me to add any information, just let me know. Its good if they are with someone they love and loved & cared for them.
I'm not into the numbers game on here of how many things I've done on FAG. I just do it for the enjoyment and knowing I helped preserve a persons memory. Everyone should be remembered for future generations to come along and find their family's history and where they come
I give my permission for a relative to use my images for ancestry.com or to use them for your genealogy purposes.
Thank you. :)
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|winnie||John McKown #28293627|
Lisa, do you have any info on Rev. McKown, that you could email me? My address is on my profile.
I'm interested more in his ministerial work, when ordained, etc.as links are already there. Thanks, for any reply. winnie
Added by winnie on Mar 09, 2015 4:19 PM
|Sherri||Thomas Jerome Thurman #105724589|
Hello, I noticed your memorial of Thomas Jerome Thurman, I believe he is the same person that I created in Holy Cross Cemetery, Fairview Heights, IL, Thomas Jerome Thurman #95031335. He is my husbands grandfather and do know he is buried at Holy Cross. Are you related to the Thurman's?Thanks, Sherri
Added by Sherri on Mar 04, 2015 12:19 PM
|T North||Rita North|
I was wondering if you would transfer Rita North's memorial page over to me, I am her brother. Thank you for your consideration and setting up her page. -Toni
Added by T North on Feb 18, 2015 11:42 AM
|Larry Dean||John Clausen, Sr.|
I think we had some correspondence several years ago when I was researching the Clausen family. John Clausen, Sr., is my gg grandfather. I had been hoping to find a photo of him to include in the First Minnesota regimental history, which has since been published without any mention of him.
I know that he was wounded severely at Gettysburg and spent many months in recovery, and suffered the rest of his life as a result of his injuries.
Do you know if any photo of him exists? I would love to have one, not only for myself, but to post at the website of the First Minnesota Regiment.
Thank you for your good work.
|Jim Wren||John William Wren|
Curious if you're related to the Wren family. I noticed you attached my pictures (teecomwas) to his find a grave.
Added by Jim Wren on Oct 20, 2014 1:01 PM
|Lovise||Mons Andreas Monson|
Oops....*g*...I just checked again...and saw his name......where I got his middle name from is his WWI registration. I know on the stone it said H....however the birthdates and others info on the registration matched him, and so I used Andreas as his middle name as stated on that registration. If this is something that he changed in later life and you'd like me to change it....just let me know!
Added by Lovise on Sep 03, 2014 1:30 PM
You left a message on my page....but I'm not sure which memorial you are talking about, if you'd please let me know which one. Thank you.
Added by Lovise on Sep 03, 2014 1:24 PM
|Starr||RE: Peggy Weiss|
You are very welcome. I am glad I could help.
Added by Starr on Aug 26, 2014 12:22 AM
|Mike||Agnes & Ira Searle|
I noticed that you have added photos to the Find A Grave memorial for Agnes Charlotte (Olson) Searle and Ira James Searle. I am wondering if you are in some manner related to Agnes and Ira. The reason for my question is that I am currently doing research on the Searle family.
Thank you in advance for your reply.
All the best,
Added by Mike on Aug 15, 2014 3:09 PM
|d booth||Herman Meyer Blumberg|
You requested a photo for Herman Meyer Blumberg at Arlington Cemetery in Sandy Springs, Georgia. If you can find the location of the grave, I'll be happy to look for it. I'd rather you didn't give them my name as I think I'm better working incognito. It is one of the cemeteries that doesn't welcome Findagravers.
Added by d booth on Jun 05, 2014 7:22 AM
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