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Thank you very much for the great photos, I intend to add the photos to my family tree and am very proud to add your names to the photos, I am very proud that their are still those out there that do it for the benefit of others. Thanks again Sparky.
Added by Sparky on Oct 13, 2015 6:38 PM
|Mary McMahon||Helen Lucille Beal|
Memorial # 134006430
Should be Helen Lucille (McMahon) Beal
|Mary McMahon||Helen Lucille Beal|
The above person's maiden name was McMahon, not Carter. Her mother remarried a second time to John Carter in 1936. She married first Charles Lloyd McMahan in 1909. I know the McMahon/McMahan is used here, Helen Lucille McMahon (Beal) is correct for her. Her father changed the spelling as his children were being born.
|Bob Walls||Bruce Potts|
Sorry, I find no connection between Anna and Bruce Potts. Not to say its possible.
|John Jaros||RE: Johnny Oliver Memorial|
Thanks for the offer. I am not related to Johnny Oliver, but am a member of the Greater Cleveland Peace Officer Memorial Society. We honor officer's killed in the line of duty in or area. I have been updating all memorials of these officers on Find a Grave. You may maintain this memorial if you wish.
Thank you for creating it.
|dirvan||herself king picture|
Thank you so much for the wonderful picture of the headstone. It was very kind of you to go our of your way to fill my request. I apologize it took me so long to say thank you, but I don't often check this email account and then I got caught up with everyday events and didn't realize how much time had gone by. Again, thank yo. The photo will be a great addition to my genealogy. I hope to someday be able to make it there in person. Donna
Added by dirvan on Jul 29, 2015 5:57 AM
Thank you for fulfilling my request!
Added by teacher on Jul 08, 2015 7:21 AM
|LRES||Bill and Bessie Morse|
Thank you Tanners for fulfilling this request!
Added by LRES on Jun 29, 2015 1:35 PM
|Jim Forcum||RE: Archie Gibson|
Regarding your "Archie Gibson," I would have asked exactly the same question you did!
I found Archie Gibson's World War I draft registration card. As you may know, just like some Census records, these are sometimes illegible. But in "Archie Gibson" the name is printed and quite legible. Archie registered on 5 Jun 1917.
His card reads "Archie Alfbirt Gibson."
Maybe it should have been recorded as "Albert," but when in doubt, I usually go with the written original record. Please do what you think is best.
Note: I had originally written, "Alfbert," but I just looked at the card again and it says "Alfbirt."
Keep up the great work!
|Syd Gardner||RE: On deleting the memorial ~|
for Martha Ann Matilda Susan Juline (York) Miller because it's a duplicate. Unfortunately, although I was the one who created it, I eventually transferred it to a younger cousin, and now neither of us can delete it. However, I'm in the process of contacting the manager of the 1st memorial for Martha, hoping that he will add to his memorial what I had included on my great grandmother Martha. If/when he does that, I and my cousin will contact Find A Grave management to see about getting the duplicate deleted, and if they can't do that, perhaps they'll be able to merge the two. I just hope that, whatever is done, it won't disrupt the links to the memorials of her parents, spouse and four of her children.
Anyway, just thought you should know that we're working to get my mistake corrected.
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