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D K Railsback B (#46560043)
 member for 12 years, 2 months, 27 days
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I am trying to help people with their family history.
I will continue to list a new memorial so people can find it when the first and last names are totally different than Green Hills shows.

To the wonderful, nice people on findagrave, I will gladly add dates, relationships, plot and grave, etc., just let me know.

If you want a transfer, please include your findagrave contributor number and the relationship (she's my aunt, neighbor, friend. For the last 2, indicate how long you've known them.)

If I'm not related, or you're a closer relative or I have known them a shorter time, I will transfer.

I'm in the process of adding a source to the Fredericksburg National Cemetery monuments. Until I finish, it's listed in the book Civil War Burials Fredericksburg Virginia,compiled and edited by Maude E. Mercer Sellman 1979.

I walked Green Hills for exercise, sometimes forgot the broom to sweep the stones. If you need a better picture, request a photo from a volunteer.

I don't use my real name cuz of a toxic couple on findagrave! I believe they are inactive now!

Happy ancestor hunting!
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Sherry (Payne) Weir-Tuggle
Thank you
Thank you for the transfer of Jane Nicholson.

Sherry L. Weir-Tuggle
Added by Sherry (Payne) Weir-Tuggl... on Mar 01, 2015 4:57 AM
Rebecca
RE: transfer?
Thank you very much! You are a good woman and very kind.

Sincerely,
Becky
Added by Rebecca on Feb 28, 2015 5:51 PM
Rebecca
RE: I transferred your mom's memorial
Donna,

Thank you for your kindness and information. You are a nice person to do these kind things for people. You will no doubt get a special place in Heaven.

If I can ever help you please do not hesitate to contact me.

Sincerely,
Becky
Added by Rebecca on Feb 28, 2015 5:43 PM
Rebecca
RE: transfer?
See I did not even remember I sponsored my Dad's memorial......he was a very, very good man and Korean War hero but he would never tell anyone that...I had to get his records to find that one out.

Becky
Added by Rebecca on Feb 28, 2015 5:40 PM
Sherry (Payne) Weir-Tuggle
Request for transfer of Jane (Jolly) Nickolson # 10818692
Greeting, Request for transfer of Jane (Jolly) Nickolson # 10818692. She is my second great grand mother. Sarah E. (Nicholson) Dowell she was the daughter of John A. Nicholson & Jane (Jolly) Nicholson & the wife of Oscar Robert Dowell. Fannie Jane (Dowell) Payne daughter of Oscar R. Dowell & Sarah E. (Nicholson)Dowell. Fannie was the wife of George E. Payne.
Thank you for your help with this matter.
Sherry L. (Payne) Weir-Tuggle # 48662789
Added by Sherry (Payne) Weir-Tuggl... on Feb 28, 2015 5:39 PM
Rebecca
RE: transfer?
Hi Donna,

I am fairly ignorant on Find a Grave and do not know what transferring to me implies....would you mind explaining to me at your convenience?

You are a kind person and I hope I did not come across too strongly towards you. My mother was the most private person in the whole world and was always after me to not tell too much to people. She was a wonderful, loving person and always was happy, but she would never say too much, you always had to pull it out of her. Her father left her mother and sisters when they were babies during the Depression I always guessed that had something to do with it.

Thank you again.
Becky
Added by Rebecca on Feb 28, 2015 5:38 PM
Rebecca
Pyeatt Grave Green Hills
Sir,
I like the candle and flame and note you have about my father Charles Pyeatt Please leave that if you will on the website. I wanted to tell you I work at Fredericksburg National Military Park and the cemetery is just a few steps from where I work. Would you like a picture of the cemetery or do you have those? Over the 15,000 men buried in the cemetery just a handful are identified otherwise they are buried in mass graves. They did not bury them until after the War when National Military Cemeteries came about. What constituted a body was a head. Gruesome but true.

Sincerely,
Rebecca Pyeatt Cumins
Added by Rebecca on Feb 27, 2015 4:35 PM
Rebecca
Charles and Jean Pyeatt's grave
Dear Sir,

I would like to thank you very much for the work you do at Green Hills Cemetery and find a grave.
I was hoping you would remove my parents marriage certificate and the write up on my folks. It is a nice write up but there is information in there that we do not want to be public. I have my father's Military Service memorial on Fold 3 that I wrote from his military records. My mother was always a very private person and she would be "upset" if their personal information was on i.e. marriage certificate and the write up. I would appreciate you removing those items.

Thank you,
Rebecca Pyeatt Cumins
rcumins@hotmail.com
Added by Rebecca on Feb 27, 2015 4:19 PM
Lola Leach
Transfer request
Elizabeth F. Margrave (memorial# 22916342) was my grandmother, and I would appreciate it if you could transfer management of this memorial to me, I would like to add links to additional family members. Thank you so much for your attention to this request, and for the service you provide to those of us who are researching our family ancestry.

Thanks,
Lola Leach
member# 47538791
Added by Lola Leach on Feb 22, 2015 10:23 AM
Bernie Cooper
Thomas Jefferson Tucker
Thomas Jefferson Tucker #21299177 was a Union Soldier not a Confederate Soldier. His unit was the 1st Arkansas Cavalry, Co. I, USA. Arkansas had a 1st Cavalry on both sides. Thanks Bernie Cooper, Oklahoma Sons of Confederate Veterans Grave Registration Officer.
Added by Bernie Cooper on Feb 19, 2015 3:28 PM
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