|Michael Harrington (#46760007)|
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I will be the first one to go out of his way to help you out any way I can. I am more than happy to make additions, corrections or to transfer memorials to you providing it falls within the Find a Grave guidelines. It would really help if you would include your F.A.G # if you want someone transferred to you. Common courtesy would dictate that a "please" and a "Thank you" would be in order and much appreciated by myself. Treat me as you would like to be treated. I will work WITH you but I don't work FOR you. Ingratitude, rudeness as well as demands will put you at the bottom of my "To do" list.
*** Dear All Findagravers, I am going to be "out of commission" for awhile but I will try my best to get everyone's request completed. I won't go into detail but I'd be much obliged for your prayers during that rather difficult ordeal that I am experiencing at this time.
Thank you for your patience. It is greatly appreciated.
Michael Harrington (5/3/2015)
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|Debbie||Mary A. Webster|
Mary A. Webster in Blue River Cemetery, Pike Co., Illinois, was the wife of John T. Webster. She was born Nov 7,1824 Highland Co., Ohio& died Jul 15, 1913 Brown County Ohio. She remarried Chilton White & moved to Brown County Ohio. When she died they buried her body next to her first husband. I am redoing abstract of Brown County & just thought you might want to add this to her site. No relation just a fellow genealogist.
Added by Debbie on Jul 06, 2015 4:21 PM
|RD Johnson||Kirshinbaum memorial #20055766|
Here is some additional info you may choose to add for this memorial (#20055766) in Tifereth Israel Cemetery in Duluth, MN. He is in our extended family lineage. I added a picture I took of his gravesite when I visited the cemetery recently--hope you don't mind.
Name: Israel Kirshinbaum (he usually spelled it Kirschenbaum on most legal documents & census records)
Born: July 24, 1879 in Warsaw, Poland
Died: Nov. 29, 1927 in Duluth, MN
Thanks for your consideration on this matter.
|Linda Masden Vixie||# 15779193|
I am thinking of you and hoping the best for you. Thank you so much for all the work you have done.
Here's a question for you: I am interested in the family information for Abraham Branon Stevens and his wife Josephine in the Warrenville Cemetery (# 15779193). You acknowledge the help of Carol Stevens for this record. I would like to be in touch with her, if possible. Please pass my name and address to her and ask her to e-mail me, if possible. I have research interests in Josephine.
Thank you very much,
Linda Vixie, firstname.lastname@example.org
aka Steve Weinreich
|Betty King||John Ballard information|
If you are going to copy information from my website, you need to cite me as the source for that information. The text for John Ballard is exact from my website patchworkheritage.us. Through hundreds of hours of research some of the information has been updated after find new proof. Betty King.
|JoDy||August E Donckers #115208973|
I have just discovered that we have duplicate memorials for August E Donckers. He was my uncle and if you are not family I would very much appreciate it if you would transfer his memorial to me. I will combine the information that I have with that in your memorial. If you are family, I will remove my memorial and send you information to edit yours.
I hope that whatever difficulty you have been faced with is improving. Prayers and blessings will be sent your way.
Added by JoDy on Jun 27, 2015 11:59 AM
Hope you are feeling better. Thanks for processing the updates and edits for the B'nai Cemetery. Gary
|Michael Lewis||transfer cousin|
First, thank you for all your work you do for many families that are not able to post these. Could you please transfer my cousin Walter Gruskin to me #51419894.
|ellen white||Memorial Transfer|
Thank you for creating these memorials. I would appreciate it if you would transfer them to me. These are my great-grandparents:
Samuel Goldsmith #66254399
Lillye Schultz Goldsmith #66254343
|Jean Speed||Memorial #: 17509430|
Hello Mr. Harrington.
My thoughts and prayers are sent for a speedy and full recovery for that which ails you or your family.
My paternal GGF, HORDEN, Thomas, was a Back Overman for the Trimdon Grange Colliery who died in the explosion on 16 Feb 1882. I have asked for a photo of both the Trimdon Grange Memorial listing his name as well as his gravestone. He was one of a few who was buried in a separate grave with a tombstone. When things are better and you are once more able to get there.
Thank you very much
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