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James Mayfield (#47870338)
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Bio Photo If anybody knows who the Father of Imogene Bishop Tipaldo-Krieger is please email me. I have been trying to find him and have had no luck, I know his last name is Bishop and had Imogene and her brother Walter with Harriet Fitzgerald Bishop-Marshall.

Interested in these names: Mayfield, Butts, Benson, Fitzgerald, Marshall, Cupp, Rodgers, Watson, Turner, Kongable/Kongabel, Pinnick, Carter, Bray, Noles and Bishop.

I try add as many records as possible and am not related to many of the people I have added. If you want a transfer just click on Edit and Suggest a Correction and state how you are related and leave your member number. I will gladly transfer and add any info you have.
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flashbeagle
RE: Thomas Pinnick
Yes, a very strange material indeed. I was very fortunate in that the second time I visited it had recently rained emphasizing the etching enough to be seen. The lighting was favorable at that time of day, too.
Added by flashbeagle on Aug 19, 2015 9:17 PM
flashbeagle
Thomas Pinnick
I was able to get a better picture of Thomas Pinnick's memorial in Middlefork Cemetery. 'Twas a challenge because the stone looks to be made of pea gravel. Strangest thing.
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=131533716
Added by flashbeagle on Aug 19, 2015 8:28 AM
flashbeagle
Thomas Pinnick
I fulfilled a photo request for you at Middlefork Cemetery for Thomas Pinnick's grave marker. The inscription is very hard to discern because of the way the stone was made. It is a coarse, gravel stone. Unless you can Braille the stone, it is hard to make out the etching. I'll return at a different time of day to see if I can capture a better photo. Full sun does not work at all and totally bleaches out the inscription. I shaded the stone to get the best picture possible; still, only a few letters and numbers could be discerned.
Added by flashbeagle on Aug 13, 2015 7:59 AM
Sandra Lennox
Viola Mayfield #133256520
Hi James:
Edit you sent to me:
Viola S. Mayfield, you would like me to
change the middle initial S to Hammond.
I understand her middle name is Hammond as
indicated on her birth record. I have made
notation on her memorial. Sometimes married
women use the initial of their maiden name
instead of the middle name given at birth.
I have seen this many times.
The family gravestone and her ground marker have "S" as a middle initial.
To avoid duplication of the memorial I used
the middle initial as shown on the gravestone
and ground marker.
I included an image of the birth register on
her memorial to show her name at birth.
Sandy

Added by Sandra Lennox on Jul 20, 2015 8:39 AM
Dennis Anderson
Charles C. And Alema O Minghetti
Thank you for posting these records, as Aleman was my grandfather, Hiram E. Anderson's sister. I did not know where the Minghetti's were buried as I was unable to go to the funerals.
Added by Dennis Anderson on Jul 19, 2015 5:05 PM
Joan Lyle
Blanche Ethel Gay Dump
Please add Blanche's mother: Henrietta Carlson (132100067) and her father William A. Gay (78521197) Thank you. Blanche is identified in the notice of death published in the Eagle Valley Enterprise (Eagle, Eagle County) Jan 2, 1942, Page 8
" Mrs. Henrietta Carlson, pioneer Leadville and Eagle County resident passed away Monday morning at her home in Red Cliff. Mrs. Carlson, who lived alone, apparently passed away soon after stricken, being dead when found by her daughter, Mrs. Blanche Dump."
Added by Joan Lyle on Jul 09, 2015 1:28 PM
Virginia Bergey
Levi Snyder
Many thanks for taking the time to take this photo. I love Findagrave because of people like you.
ginny
Added by Virginia Bergey on Jun 26, 2015 7:21 AM
Dennis Brandt
Francis Hunt photo
Thank you!
Added by Dennis Brandt on Jun 25, 2015 5:31 AM
Ray Tuleya
Debes Transfers
James,
I had not hit you up in a while for some transfers. Let me give you a list of some more of my Debes relatives:

139922358 John Henry Debes, Sr
139922184 Annie E Dingler Debes
139922367 Mary B Debes
139922326 Charles J Debes

Ray Tuleya
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Added by Ray Tuleya on Jun 20, 2015 8:02 AM
Laura
Clifford Taylor
Hi James!
I just wanted to send you a quick note. I declined the edit on Clifford for now because I didn't see anything with his POB on it. Maybe Clifford Taylor is a common name? But I just couldn't find anything on him, not even a draft record. Per Find A Grave I post documentation to support all changes/edits to my memorials (after I got in trouble for approving an edit without proof UGH!). Can you post the documentation you have that mentions his POB so I can approve the edit? Thank you so much! Laura
Added by Laura on Jun 12, 2015 9:25 AM
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