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LostGeneration (#47096186)
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"Any fool can criticize, complain and condemn - and most fools do." -Benjamin Franklin

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If you send a big blob of cut and paste data with no context, don't expect much in the way of a correction - I can find that data easily myself. Use it to write a nice bio.

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Daniel Estefano
RE: Addie/Anna Ratcliff #104768677 and #104768696
For Addie, both of her parents were born and died in Buncombe County and she was about two years of age at death. She and her parents are buried at Newfound Baptist Church Cemetery in Buncombe County, also they are listed in the 1900 and 1910 US Census at Leicester, Buncombe County.
Added by Daniel Estefano on Aug 21, 2016 1:16 PM
AnnMarie
RE: Tabitha Anne E. Nixon
Same back at you, I appreciate you wanting proof, sometimes, I get ahead of myself. Thanks for making me find my proof. :)
Added by AnnMarie on Aug 18, 2016 10:46 AM
The Locator
RE: James Burkey #95238009
In the 1910 census they were living in Leroy Township, Audubon County, Iowa and Audubon is the only town in Leroy Township............
Added by The Locator on Aug 16, 2016 5:00 PM
Karen Kincaid Tumbleson
RE: William Neumann
Hi I am a great great granddaughter of William Neumann whose full name was Christian Gottfried Wilhelm Neumann. My name and findagrave.com id is: Karen Kincaid Tumbleson (#46856579) I've been a member even a few years longer than you've been using it-10 to be exact. I had not added William since I was researching additional info info to add before putting up his memorial.
I have the family bible record of William, and know more about my 2nd great grandfather than anyone else currently living, except of course for my mom, but she doesn't have a findagrave.com account, although she too is an avid genealogical researcher of our family lines. I have posted a photo of William on findagrave.com you will have seen. I have been to Monroe Street Cemetery in Cuyahoga County, and I would appreciate a transfer of his memorial to my account. Thanks so much for adding his memorial.
Regards,
Karen Tumbleson
Added by Karen Kincaid Tumbleson on Aug 15, 2016 5:24 PM
Amy Lesnett Merchant
Margaret Drab
Margaret was my great grandmother. She was born on June 2nd 1898 in Slovakia.
Added by Amy Lesnett Merchant on Aug 05, 2016 5:01 PM
Wanza Bryan Good
RE: Truman & Elmo Bryan
Thank you & God bless. Don't worry about anything else regarding Wanda. I think I've found a relative. Waiting to here back from them. Hope they are the right one. Blessings.
Added by Wanza Bryan Good on Aug 03, 2016 3:28 PM
Janice Lapp
RE: Lillian Hardesty
Yep, that's me !!!! Just worked out..... You're Welcome......
Added by Janice Lapp on Aug 02, 2016 3:41 PM
Wanza Bryan Good
RE: V. A. Bryan Family
Dear Friend,

I appreciate what you've done with adding the links to some of Vinson's children. I feel really bad about Wanda. She was married to some rich guy. Apparently, he didn't care enough about her to even have a burial. She may have been cremated. Very sad. I'm so upset. I felt really bad for her, because there was word he wasn't treating her right anyway, and she may have died by an overdose of sleeping pills. Very sad. i figured Garvis was cremated because almost everyone in CA does that unless they are extremely wealthy. The Land is too expensive out here. Very sad.

I wanted to ask you if I could have you transfer my paternal grandfather's account over to me, so that I can make up-dates to it myself, and take care of it when I need to. I still want to add Leroy who is buried in Rondo, and Wanda, & Garvis later on when I find out more info.
Vinson's Memorial # is: 93050606.

I really appreciate you taking the time to do all of this.

Please get back to me asap about that. I feel like I'm grieving right now about Wanda. I hate that. Anyway, thank you for taking the time to do all of this.

Blessings,

Wanza
Added by Wanza Bryan Good on Aug 02, 2016 12:47 PM
Cyndy Munday
RE: Source information
My source info on the 3 memorials for name change for Jane Connolly, and her husband Josiah Henry Baker and his father Josiah Whitney BAker all come from the New York death index. This info is on line through familysearch.org. They are distant cousins of mine and that is why I was researching them. Thanks for asking and being a part of find a grave. Such a wonderful way to share info.
Added by Cyndy Munday on Aug 02, 2016 9:11 AM
Alice Wilson
RE: Mary Martin #130232980
Thomas Jackson Martin is/was my grandfather. Mary (his second wife) always said that she was born in Paris - the 1940 census shows her place of birth as Paris, France - She told my father, who would have technically been her step-son, but who never lived with her or acknowledged that relationship, that she was from France. I have been unable to find any information about her immigration, etc. As far as I can determine, she may have never become a US citizen. My father, who is still living, does not have any further information other than her statement that she was from France. We have never been able to find any information about her parents, her entry into the US, citizenship, etc. Therefore, I rely on the information furnished to the census bureau in 1940, which conforms with what my father was told, as the fact of the matter.
Added by Alice Wilson on Jul 31, 2016 9:09 PM
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