|Tammy York Orman & Timothy (#47151717)|
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I live in Piedmont Missouri, Wayne County. I would be glad to take pictures of family headstones in my county or close area for others. Please send me an e-mail requesting the cemetery you need info. from. This is a great way to help one another. Thank you!! To all who have helped me with photo's and info.
Transfers : I will no long transfer York memorials, unless it's your spouse, Father, Mother, grandfather or grandmother. I've worked very hard on the York's and it's my family line !I'll be happy to add info. for you just use the edit button :)
To The Person who is asking for transfers from Carson Hill Cemetery and then deleting them, SHAME ON YOU !!! And I have proof of the fact ! DO NOT Ask for memorials and delete them, we go to a lot of work to help others find their families.You say your family and then delete them :( I have reported you to Find a Grave along with the proof. Maybe you should find another website to work on !
Any one wanting "OTHER" transfers please let me know.I like my memorials to be with their family and friends. You just can't have my family:) Please remember to leave a flower or note on your family and friends memorials, everyone deserves to be remembered.
This is the link to my sisters memorial,
she was my best friend, great mom and outstanding grandmother and I miss her still. Tell the people you love how much you care for them, because you never know when God will call them home. My sister loved flowers, so if you have time please leave a flower on my sister's memorial.
Please if you see a mistake let me know, so that I can fix it. If I haven't answered an e-mail please remind me kindly, I get hundreds of e-mails. I don't mind helping when I can :)
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|Chickymama45||RE: Chestuee Cemetery|
Not a problem. I was happy to do it. The cemetery is about 5 miles from me.
|Craig Kirwin||Max York|
I finally found a picture of Max York. I located his High School yearbook.
|Chickymama45||RE: Chestuee Cemetery|
You are so welcome.
|Fred J Ryder||RE: Date of Birth for Lizzie Stacy-Memorial# 76662500|
Thank you for your prompt response. I wish to accept your offer to transfer management of this site to me. My primary goal in researching the
Graham Family is to link all of their Find-a-Grave pages so that if a researcher finds one site, he or she will be able to find all of the family's other sites with a click of their mouse. May the circle be unbroken...
My find-a-grave ID is Fred J Ryder (#48269572).
Again, thank you so much for the good work you do. Tracing the Grahams would be impossible without the work of on-the-ground field agents like you.
Jerry F Reeder, Huntsville AL
Ancestry.com ID: fredstar1
|Fred J Ryder||Date of Birth for Lizzie Stacy-Memorial# 76662500|
From: Fred J Ryder (Find-a-Grave ID #48269572)
I wish to suggest changes for this Memorial, but I have a policy of not suggesting major changes to dates without explaining my reasons.
In my research of Elizabeth Graham, the birth name of this individual, I have firm evidence that her actual DOB was 10 Feb 1988. Her census records for the years 1900, 1910, 1920, 1930, and 1940 give a range of birth dates from 1888-1890. The 1900 census states that her birth was in Feb 1888. No census records a date earlier than this.
A copy of her birth record (http://search.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/sse.dll?db=MObirths&h=7243168&indiv=try)
states that her birth occurred on 10 Feb 1888 in Twelvemile, Madison, Missouri, USA, and that her parents were Henry B. Graham and Amanda Elizabeth McBay.
Finally, her tombstone photo. I examined it with a 300% enlargement and I concluded that the shadows make the date very difficult to read. One possible reading is as you have it: February 16, 1883. Another possible reading is to see the "6" as a "0" and the "3" as an "8" resulting in February 10, 1888. An eyeball reading of the gravestone could settle this.
In any case, it's your site and I respect whatever you decide to do with this information.
Thank you for your efforts in you service to Find-a-Grave.
May the Circle Be Unbroken...
Jerry F Reeder, Huntsville, Alabama.
Elizabeth is my 1st cousin, 3 times removed.
|Ted||RE: Beulah Cemetery Madison Co.|
Tammy I have Bertha on FDG I went through the whole thing on my first post then saw I had all of them already connected, Bertha was daughter of Charles and what you have is probably her stone
Added by Ted on Jul 16, 2015 7:30 AM
|Pam Smith||RE: Silas McGaughey|
memorial # 63133018
Tammy she is not listed in the cemetery book but
I believe she is right I have was b 1904 died June 23 1930 this date is from her sister Marie Brewington who is still alive she is about 89 I have talked to her on more than one thing she doesn't know a lot on part of the family but she was sure about this. Bertha was married to Thomas
Henry King, they had two kids both are buried in the Valhalla Cemetery in St. Louis. both of the kids were taken to a home believe they both died
in the home one child was Alma the other was Rex
I think they are both on Missouri death index been awhile since I worked on them. I will connect them to their mother and father Ted
Added by Ted on Jul 16, 2015 7:17 AM
|Pam Smith||Silas McGaughey|
Tammy, I looked up Silas and there is no information as to where he is buried in cemetery records. I then looked up his name in our Knox County Indiana Public Library which is on line. I found a Silas in the Vincennes Sun Commercial Newspaper date Jan 21 1885 he was 40yrs old when he died. the article information gave him buried at city cemetery (no location). This Silas was in the Civil war CO.D 50th Inf. He also was living across the Wabash River in Illinois. If you go to the Library site and on the left side of the site there is a historical newspaper link click on it and then put in the date as 1885 01 21 and sort through if you have problems let me know. I hope this helps! If you give me his wife's name I will look through the cemetery records for her. Pam
|Michael Trogdon||RE: Brower/ photos|
You're very welcome. I'll get one of Betty Brower's grave at Rehobeth sometime. The grass as grown over the footstone now.
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