I started working on my husband's and my family tree after my Dad died for our children and grandchilldren. Of course I will never finish that task My e-mails are usually all in caps, it is not that i am shouting I type with one hand and it is easier for me. I have NEVER meant to show any disrespect to anyone. I have just learned that I should be careful the type of flowers that I put on some graves. If this happens again and i am sure it will, please let me know and I will change them. Thank you for letting me know.
Grider genealogy Looking for information on my grandfather, John Grider ,believe to be son of John Grider and Rebecca Martin, born in Bowling Green around 1830. He left home to join civil war and never returned there as his parents were dead. would his birth mother be Rachael Covington Grider?...searching for anything.
Thank you I wanted to thank you for leaving the token on a memorial I had just added for an infant. You even beat me in adding one!
I noticed the religious token comment in your messages and couldn't help going to the link and adding one myself. I get a little tired of the adults here constantly telling other adults what they can and cannot do.
Religious Tokens Please do not leave religious tokens on the graves of persons whose religious beliefs you don't know. One example is the memorial linked below; we don't know this person's gender, first name, or dates, so it's very unlikely that you know his/her religion (if any.) Please remove the Christian token.
Martin Davis "Dave" Bartlett I found Find-A-Grave #58221158 and I am wondering if you could give me a little more info on him as my wife is a Bartlett and we would like to see if maybe he is of the same family. Here are just a few of my wife's Bartlett's. Her father Clarence Bartlett 1904-1998 William Harrison Bartlett 1859-1944 David M Bartlett 1830-1877 William Royal Bartlett 1799-1843 Thank you Jerry Coffman email@example.com