|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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|Charles Grayson||J R POLK Cemetary|
Due to not knoing what I was doing, I duplicated some graves in J R Polk cemetary. I would be thankful if you would amend the graves the way they should be.
All people buried there are my relatives and I was wanting them to be listed.
Thanks Charles Grayson
Hi NWM. Did you complete the Peace Abby Mausoleum? Thanks, Rosalie in CDA.
|Kenneth Oliver||Little River Baptist Cemetery|
I am wondering if you can tell me where the little river baptist Cemetery is located in Little River?
Is it on the Baptist Church Property? I am coming there in a few weeks and wanted to visit.
|JEP||CHARLES WILBUR STAPLES|
Please delete his parents I got him mixed up with another Charles Staples.
Added by JEP on Jul 22, 2014 10:45 AM
|Crystal Freeman||RE: Eula Belle Moak Johnston|
You're welcome and I absolutely love doing this:)
|Gene Stephan||Willard Bowen|
Thanks for transferring Willard over to me. Thought You might like to see a recent update with a new Photo & addition of his father Winslow on #20150631, Thx again, gene
|Linda Rhoadarmer||RE: William Craig - FAG# 51336271|
Are you saying you will go there and retake the photo? If you are, I would be so thrilled. Thanks Mountain Man. Linda
|Linda Rhoadarmer||William Craig - FAG# 51336271|
Trying to put all those in my family back together. Just found Rex's name on the grave photo you took of William Craig. Do you know if you still have the photo you had taken? I am looking for a grave photo for Rex. Do you have a longer shot. If I do a photo request for Rex, are you still willing to go to the cemetery and take it? I am thinking of calling the cemetery to find out if they really have him. I did do a memorial for Rex. Thanks, Linda
|Barbara Wilson Krause||Memorials Eleanor Ann Cronwall Dakin and William Maynard Bickford Dakin|
I have found these memorials you created for Eleanor #118310300 and William #118310347 in the Little River Baptist Church, Little River, Digby, Nova Scotia Canada.
I have seen where so many of the Denton families are buried in that cemetery. Do you know anything about the Cemetery? Pictures any information will be so very kind of you to answer.
You may write me at Barbjk7@aol.com
|Laura Clemens||James Clemens|
July 18, 2014
I found information about James Clemens. I've deducted this is my James Clemens.
1. Married to Ada Blakesley Clemens who died in Deer Park, WA, 1917.
2. James "Matt" (possibly Madison) Clemens/Clemmens
b. 1841 Indiana
Lived in Appanoose, IA before moving to WA.
d. 1903 Camden, WA (I just found this, what a surprise!) In the Centerville, IA paper found on Chronicling America site, Centerville Daily Citizen, May 15, 1903 He died in Camden, WA in 1903.
I'm still looking for his obit.
His children were Mintie Clemmens, and Carey C. Clemmens, also of Spokane area. His brother was David Clemens, from Yakima. Jacob Riley Clemmens of Idaho. If you need more info contact me. There were more siblings and children. Parents were John and Catherine (Lantz/Loutz)Clemmens. (How many ways can you spell Clemmens? Too many)
It's a start.
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