|Brent Richardson (#47026300)|
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I would be happy to transfer individuals. I would much rather have someone who is related manage the entry. I put the information on this page to help people find their relatives. I am not trying to get a million entries. I want accurate ones. Send me corrections. I am not good at e-mailing back though. I have 2 jobs and 8 kids to manage also. If I don't get back or make a corrections in a couple weeks try notifying me again.|
I am looking for all the descendants of Oliver and Esther Richardson of Mexico, Oswego, New York. Also working from time to time on the cemeteries in Haakon County, South Dakota.
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|BB||RE: Otto Trapp - Enderlin Cemetery|
Thank you! I feel the same about those I take ;-)
Added by BB on Nov 14, 2015 12:51 PM
|BB||Otto Trapp - Enderlin Cemetery|
I am working on a Huseth Family History and would like your permission to use the photo you took of my great uncle's grave marker at Enderlin Cemetery. It would be much appreciated. Thank you.
Added by BB on Nov 12, 2015 11:30 AM
|Bill Kapaun||Duplicate photo|
You have 2 of the same picture.
|Misty Dawn||Enderlin Cemetery|
Thank you for all the wonderful photos of family members that you have added to findagrave.com. I go to look for a photo and it is already there.
PS My family began in Enderlin.
|Mike McMullen||Mathew McDonna|
Well you can not ask for a better instant satisfaction to an edit request than you just provided. The McDonna family are distant relatives of mine from Peoria County Illinois and hopefully I will be able to track down a few more thanks to you and others creating memorials.
|Carl Steiger||Dewitt Twins|
Thanks for quick update on the edits. But I skipped a generation. I resubmitted the correct links on the DeWitt twins parents. So sorry.
Thanks and have a good week,
|Alfred Walker||RE: Annette Lockett|
You are very welcome. I enjoy putting the pieces together, also. If you ever find anything out about Katherine Wood Lockett, please let me know. Her great-grandfather is my greatx3-grandfather. Thanks.
|StacieND||RE: Austen Anderson|
Thanks so much for the transfer. I know it is a bit outside of F.A.G. transfer protocol, but if they aren't related to you, I wouldn't mind taking care of the memorials for my great aunts and uncles that you have entered as well. I can send transfer requests for them. If another family member who is more closely related would like to take over the memorials and contacts me, I'd be happy to transfer to them, but would love to take care of them for now. I appreciate all of the photos you've taken. I've run into your work in several of the cemeteries I've been in or done research on. Finally got a chance to get down to Northland Cemetery yesterday. I was so happy to see that Austen was there as the person who originally entered the cemetery missed his marker. Our family wasn't sure where he was buried at. Some of our family notes state that he was buried on the "Berg family farm". Perhaps he is, and this is just a marker, but it was nice to run across it. Thanks!
Added by StacieND on Jul 13, 2015 9:05 AM
|Karen Todd||RE: George F. Ayers|
Interesting. He could have been buried in Virginia City.
|Karen Todd||RE: George F. Ayers|
I spoke to a gentleman who had the cemetery book (I looked over his shoulder). I gave him the list of people requesting photos. He told me he would check a few of the little cemeteries to see if they may have been buried in adjoining towns. He also said there were several unknown buried in Sheridan. You said a death certificate stated George was buried in Sheridan, do you also have an obituary? He could possibly be an unknown with no marker. Also did the death certificate have his home address on it?
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