|Kathy Thompson (#46809360)|
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I take pictures of every stone in the cemetery. Therefore I have no way of knowing if the person is still living. I mean no disrespect by adding them.|
Everyone deserves to be recognized with a memorial. Please keep in mind that deaths are public record. Cemeteries are also public.
I will be more than happy to add family links. Please just send request through the edit on each memorial, instead of asking for transfers.
Findagrave is doing a great service for us and I appreciate it. So please, remember that we are all in this for the same reason. To help others and pay tribute to all those who have gone on before us.
Please do not ask for transfers if you are researching family surnames. That isnt fair to the actual descendants.
Please send a message through the edit, on each memorial. That way I can find the memorials quickly. If they are in my family tree at all, I may choose not to transfer them.
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|Jones Manning||RE: Albert Duncan|
Hello Thanks for the offer to Transfer Albert Duncan site we are related but distant. I only try to get my direct ancestors only, with two exceptions They are any of my relatives buried the Manning Cemetery in Calloway and Trigg Counties. Am trying put head stones on the unmarked Graves in both Cemteries. So far have put 3 head stones in the Manning Cemetery Calloway County and and two temporary markers, the temporary markers are because I not completely sure side they belong to person they buried. If you not related to Dora Harris Manning could you please transfer her site to me 19490369. Her real maiden name is Eldora Harrison, the cemetery book listed her her name as Dora Harris dying in 1909, but really died in November 1911 manny of the head stones in the Manning cemetery were broken and removed. Many were found in nearby Creek. So when author of the cemetery book was listing the people buried there some the information was incomplete. Thanks again for everything ! Jones Ed Manning
|Jones Manning||RE: Albert Duncan|
Hello I did not relize that I had created a duplicate, am very sorry that I Did that, it wasn't intentional ,I have just deleted the site. Again I am very sorry you have been very good to me in past in transferring sites to me. I appreciate you and all that you have done, and would never intentionally duplicate any site. Thank you for bringing it to my attention, l usually check before entering a site but some how missed that one and again Thank you. Jones Ed Manning
|Pat Gillispie||Hazel Lashley Lindsey.|
Hello I believe you have added the wrong cemetery for Hazel (Lashley). as far as I know she was not buried with a Lovie Adams???My aunt Hazel passed Nov.22 1956. Thansgiving Day. She was married to Denny Lindsey.
|Sandy McNew Cooley||RE: James Brown|
Sorry, I was looking at his memorial and not hers. Thank you.
|Brenda B||Ruth Moultrie Cook|
Memorial #19463197, Trigg Co., KY:
Do you recall whether there is a stone on this grave? From your bio it appears that it is the only grave on private property. Thanks!
Added by Brenda B on Jul 23, 2016 2:44 PM
|Robert Abney||RE: James & Mary Riley|
I did some more research and found Mary & James on a census that indicates her mother was born in South Carolina...so my correction is not accurate. Please DECLINE my request for change. Thank you.45739680/45739679 (but what coincidence)!
|Wayne Estes||thanks for Naldie Lee post|
Kathy. Thanks for adding my grandfather Naldie Lee (28109582) to FindaGrave. Wayne Estes
|Robert Brotherton||RE: Harding Cem|
The Harding Cemetery is located in the woods behind Mr. Bell's property. You should first contact Mr. Bell and ask permission to cross his property to access the cemetery.
To reach the Harding Cemetery, one is required to enter the driveway of the Bell property from the Graham Road and then drive to the end of the Bell's long driveway to the garage, then cross the backyard, then drive or walk east along the edge of a patch of woods, next to a field, for a distance of about 200 yards. The Cemetery is at the corner of this field on the right and is surrounded by a wooded area.
Originally, the Harding Cemetery was only a plot in the larger Robertson Cemetery (sometimes referred to as the Robinson Cemetery) surrounded by a custom made metal fence. This cemetery is periodically maintained by a Harding family member that lives near Kentucky Lake.
Details of this cemetery and this family are found in the book titled "Ancestors and Descendants of Henry Wildy Harding, Sr. (1801-1878) that is available on Amazon.com. I wrote this book along with Mr. David Reed who is the person who currently maintains this cemetery.
|Wayne Jackson||RE: Scherffius Cem.|
Thank you so much.
|Wayne Jackson||Jane Scherffius Fulton|
Kathy, I am the great great grandson of Jane Scherffius Fulton buried in the Scherffius Cemetery in Callaway County, Ky.
We have always thought that Jane's maiden name was Sherfield. Can you share with me where you got the name Scherffius and how did you determine that Jane is buried in this cemetery.
I will be making a trip to Callaway County soon and I need this information.
Any help you can give me would be appreciated.
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