|Rick Kauffman (#47010205)|
| || member for 6 years, 5 months, 2 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
|Just a guy that enjoys history and thinks that history and geneology are an important part of our lives. I was born and raised in Western Pennsylvania, and now I live outside of Houston, Texas. At home, I am trying to get as many local cemeteries listed as possible. I am currently focusing on "forgotten" and out of the way cemeteries in East Texas. I also travel quite a bit with my job, so in the evenings on the road, I visit local cemeteries and try to fulfill photo requests. I also travel back to Western PA frequently and try to get cemeteries there.|
I try my best to try and find out as much as possible about each person using public records, obituaries, etc. However, I know that I will make mistakes. PLEASE let me know if there are any errors so that I can correct them.
Transfers: Please follow the FAG guidelines for transfers. If the person memorialized is not a direct relative - as defined by FAG - please do not ask for transfers.
The greatest thing about love is that no matter how many ways you divide it, it never gets smaller.
|Messages left for Rick Kauffman (282)||[Leave Message]|
|Charlotte Smith Muir||RE: Kittie Haddon|
Census reports are not always accurate either, so that can be tricky as well. I do know it was also not uncommon to name another children the same name if a child passes. So, this could be the case as well. Just thought I'd inquire since I am working that part of my family tree. Thank you for taking the time tor respond :)
|Gloria Marshall||Daniel Richardsons|
Hi Rick, I'm looking for 3 photos of Richardsons, grand-dad, dad and son.
1. Daniel Richardson, England 1722-1777
2. Daniel Jr. Richardson 1755-1796
3. Daniel Long Richardson 1793-1849
Any information would be appreciated. They are my grand- dads!
|Debra Rodriguez||Thank You|
Just wanted to thank you for adding the information. It is greatly appreciated.
|Ladean Cox Bowman||Thank You|
Hi Rick, I just wanted to tell you what a fantastic job you do on Find A Grave. I am running into your entries a lot lately, some are my relatives and some are friends. You have always been so cordial and ready to make edits or transfers. You are very detail in every entry, making links also. I can tell that you are in this for the love of it and not just quantity. Quantity is good, but quality is best. You are an example of what Find A Grave should be all about. Thanks again, A fellow graver
|Maxwell||RE: Arthur Christian|
Thanks. I cannot find a Death Certificate for Arthur Christian (1930 to 1960), Fabens, Texas. Ancestry could not help. I went to the local university and found his Obituary. Thanks again.
El Paso, Texas
Added by Maxwell on Sep 21, 2014 3:16 PM
Thank you so much for all your help in updating his memorial
|Ladean Cox Bowman||Scott Tolar|
Please remove the name of Covin for Sheryl.
She is divorced and goes by her maiden name of Tolar. Thanks so much.
My husband and I drove to Ames, Texas, and searched and searched for Benjamin Pradia's gravestone to no avail. Did you just get your information from his death certificate?
Added by Lynn on Aug 09, 2014 1:49 PM
|L Maday||RE: Gary Graham|
You're very welcome.
Added by L Maday on Jul 26, 2014 12:24 PM
|Kimberly Tyler-Shafiq||Thank you!|
Thanks for the quick transfer of my grandmother's memorial and for creating it in the first place. Much appreciated!
|[View all messages...]|
Privacy Statement and Terms of Service