|NW Mountain Man (#38947746)|
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Any additional information, adding bio's, changing or adding names, dates and location can be done, without asking me, by hitting the edit button.|
I am more than happy to any correct a problem, or link family members. As far as Transfer goes, please look at the rules set down by Find a Grave, before asking. I will take a look on a case to case basis, but normally follow those rules. Demands from, or rude people are always ignored. If you would like credit for something added, either put it in the bio section, or let me know and I will add it for you.
I normally make all requests within 24 hours. If not, don't worry, I will get to it. Sometimes, I take a day off, too.
AGAIN. I follow the rules of Find A Grave dealing with Transfers. I will make an exception on a case to case bases. However, those who are rude, or feel they have some kind of right, need not request.
You My permission to use any of my Headstone photo, for your personal use.
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Hi. Would you transfer #7176290 to me (48510108)? He is my grandfather.
|Amanda Mizell Phillips||Mizell|
Thank you so much for making the edits on my relatives memorials!
Thank you so much for the transfers!
|Reidar Sumstad||Koontz family|
Just wanted to say thanks again for all your tireless work!
|Don Raney||Stokkes Family|
I have written a book "Raney Family History, Including Associated Families: Wolley - Harrington - Gibbons - Yager - Palmer - Way - Carroll - Greer - Stokes - Oliver - Durham - Burr - Creel - Farr- Campbell - Watkins - Croley - Smith" Chapter 19 - includes the descendants of Micajah Stokes 1724-1790.
The book is 508 pages with hard cover. I have about 50 copies available for $25 each including postage.
Don Raney, 1506 Comanche Trl., Garland, TX 75043
|Doris Christensen||RE: Charles Prather|
You are welcome, although I didn't actually take this picture. I had taken pictures of the entire Prather Cemetery but that was before many of the old stones had been repaired and reset.
At the request of a friend who took many picures when they visited the cemetery in a later year, I am replacing many of mine with her much better ones.
Being so old, and weathered, many of the stones are still very difficult to read but I do believe the date & age, that I have now updated on Charles's memorial, are correct. I know the months are right but the days could be off a little. But it's close anyway so hope this helps!
|Brenda B||Oak Woods Cemetery|
Hello--I am trying to determine how you found the link between the William Gilliam b. 1825 who is buried in this cemetery and his wife, Sarah Gilliam. Our family oral history says that William was taken away by the Yankees and was "never heard from again", but one of his daughters years later said he died March 6, 1864. His wife is buried in Freestone Co., TX as you state in your bio. Thanks for the work you and others do to help all of us sort out our ancestry. Brenda Ballew I
Added by Brenda B on Aug 02, 2014 9:49 PM
|Dick Jones||RE: Green Place Cemetery|
Thank you Mountain Man: Sorry about your flu and hope you get better soon. We may make a trip up there to see if we can find the cemetery.
|Dick Jones||RE: Green Place Cemetery|
It is in the south western corner of Asotin County, right next to the Oregon border.
|Dick Jones||Green Place Cemetery|
NW Mountain Man: I am considering trying to photograph two requested graves in Green Place Cemetery. It looks like you may be the only person who has been there in recent years.
Do you have any more information regarding how to find this cemetery? Is it visible from the road? Do I have to trespass to get to it? Are there headstones that are readable?
It is not an easy place to get to, but I am up to going if there is some chance of success.
Thanks for any help...
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