|Richard Parker (#47021994)|
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Transfers under the following guideline. I've learned a long time ago you can't please everyone and I'm not going to try. For you who like to break the rules, don't waste your or mine time. If your request is outside my guidelines, I will ignore and delate your request.|
Generation 1: your family -- Husband - wife - your children - son-in laws - daughter-in-laws - grandchildren.
Generation 2: your and spouse parents -- Father - Mother - aunts - uncles - 1st cousins - wives and hubands of aunts, uncles and cousins.
Generation 3: Grandparents - their siblings and their children -- huband and wife of siblings and children.
Generation 4: Great Gradparents - their siblings and their children - huband and wife of siblings and children.
NO transfers beyond the great-grandparents and NO transfers of Revolution Soliders or Civil War Soliders or Sailors.
This is a MUST!!! You have to tell me your RELATIONSHIP to the person you want transfered and PROVE if I shoud ask FOR proof. No relatonship...no transfer.
Don't waste my time with: I went school with...I do research for another person would you consider transfering...they were neighbors to my grandparents...I work with this person...they were my neighbors when I was a kid...just this once would consider breaking the rules...ect. ect. ect. If you are not related, forget it. My transfers go to family members who fall within the guide lines.
For you who think there should be no rules and should transfer every request that comes down the pipe, take it up with Find A Grave. They're the ones who set the rules.
CORRECTIONS: For you impatient persons who believe your request should be answered in a 24 hours period of time. Get Real! I may have 30 or 40 other requests before yours comes in. I do answered all corrections but it might take several day or weeks. I don't spent 24-7 at the computer. I know this is hard for you to believe but I do have a life outside the computer. I do have family and friends I spent time with, I have a part time job, yard ward, house keeping, grocery shopping, library research, visiting cemeteries for tombstones to photograph, searching cemeteries for requested tombstones and other chores that has to be do.
MY PERSONAL GOAL: My reason for joining Find A Grave is to presrve graves and their tombstones. That's where the bulk of my time on the computer goes, adding people and their tombstones. Corrections and tranfers are done when I can find extra time in the day. So if it takes me one or two months to answering your requests, so be it. Don't give me any guff, that if I can't keep up with the requests, I should transfer the memorials to someone who can. Get Real!! It won't happen!
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|Vanora ||transfer request Cowherd|
Sorry I misspelled last name of 4X ggparents.
#65338247 and #65337986 on my request.
Added by Vanora on Nov 22, 2015 9:24 AM
|Vanora ||4x GGparents transfer|
Please transfer my 4X GGparents
Anna Drucilla Young Coward # 65338247
James Coward #65337986
Thank you Vanora
Added by Vanora on Nov 22, 2015 9:10 AM
|Linda||Vincent K. Hines|
Vincent K. Hines was born August 7, 1815, and his wife in 1819. They were married in Warren
County, Ky., January 15, 1840, and resided there until 1867, when they moved to Johnson County, Mo., where they resided until December, l875. They then moved to Windsor, Henry County, where they now reside. Both are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, and he is a Democrat in politics. He followed farming until
1875, when he engaged in merchandising at Windsor, and continued at this until 1888, when he retired from business. He has been successful in all his business transactions. The Hines family came from Virginia to Kentucky, and were among the very earliest settlers of that
State. William Hines, father of our subject, it is thought, was a soldier in the War of 1812. He died in Kentucky. The Stone family were also early settlers of Kentucky. To Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Hines were born six sons and four daughters, nine children now living: James
H., John W., died in 1871, when twenty-four years of age; W. M., V.M., Frank B., V. G., Mary, wife of W. Y. Cross; ane, wife of T. C.Craig; Julia, widow of E. H. Wall, and Ida, wife of Eli Dawson.
Source: Goodspeed's 1889 History of Texas Co., MO.
Please post this to his bio.
Added by Linda on Nov 19, 2015 5:02 PM
|Kat||Lester and Sylvia Miller|
Thank you so much for transferring my husbands grandparents to me. It means a lot to us both.
Added by Kat on Nov 17, 2015 10:45 AM
|LMK||John Frederick Witte|
This request has to do with my great grandfather, JF Witte buried at Appleton City Cemetery, St Clair County, Missouri, USA. Listed under children and siblings, the deceased is listed. There is a son, John F Witte buried at St. Paul's Lutheran Cemetery, Lincoln County, KS. Emma c Witte Fischer is a child, not a sibling. I appreciate your effort.
Added by LMK on Nov 16, 2015 6:03 PM
|Tom Denardo||edna parker|
Your sponsored record now has a grave photo.
|Fausset-Fasullo||Charles James Taft|
Hi Richard, Thank you for the transfer! And as usual, I don't expect anyone to transfer a memorial, to me. I do like to sponsor a memorial, so there can be more information and or pictures of other family members, I believe if I am not mistaken, there can be up to 20 pictures added. That makes it nice, because other members of that family, can add the pictures they have of that person. Thank you again!
Hi Richard, Thank you for the transfer of Nellie Boggs to me. I did not expect you to do that at all, I just wanted to post a little more information for Nellie. If by chance, I have posted someone that's part of your family and you want me to transfer them to you, I will be more than happy to do so.
Again, thank you and I do appreciate it. Suzan email@example.com
|Ronda Sells||James & A E Spruill / Lloyd & Nancy Williams|
Thanks for checking for a newspaper obit for Nancy.
In one of your posts to me you said something about posting a new pic for James Spruill's memorial page, I think.
If you ever do follow up in that area for any reason, I'm wondering if you could you check the plots neighboring James & Anna Eliza Spruill's graves for any markers that may relate to my Lloyd Leland Williams & (wife) Nancy Bonner (Spruill) Williams. I'd appreciate it.
Thank you so very much for transferring my Father-in-Law to me.
Added by Kat on Nov 06, 2015 10:25 AM
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