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BMS (#47856184)
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Sara Cobb
Mary Handley Cobb & Raymond Cobb

I verified the info via obituary search, and I made the changes you suggested.

Are you related to this couple? I am not related to this Cobb family, that I know of, but it seems someone transferred them to me without my knowing. If you want them transferred, please let me know.

Sara Cobb
Added by Sara Cobb on Jan 31, 2014 9:33 PM
Annett Reynords
i today have transferred Mrs Reynolds to you.
. God bless
Wayne Walker
Added by wwalker on May 31, 2013 10:36 AM
RE: Memorials#60775853,60776475,60776628,60777004
You are very, very welcome. I apologize for not getting to them sooner...I know how much they mean to you...
Have a wonderful day!
Added by phantomphreak on May 30, 2013 12:47 PM
Battling Maxo
Williams' memorials
Hello, Bertha!
I transferred a couple of memorials to you to straighten out, lol.
If you want any others, just ask and they are yours.
Thanks for all your help!
Added by Battling Maxo on May 28, 2013 9:58 AM
Sandra St Clair
RE: Photo for Mattie and Richard Able
your very welcome BMS and I am going to be 73 this year and I am in a wheel chair but I try to help others like I have been helped . I did 5 from the cemetery today. Glad you liked the photo's.

King Regards

Added by Sandra St Clair on Mar 04, 2013 8:29 PM
James Richards
Mary M. Vaughn

I have deleted the duplicate and I have posted the headstone on your memorial. As far as Arthur, I photographed everything in the area that I could and I don't find a picture of his headstone. I also checked the Elizabethtown Cemetery database and there is no Arthur shown in the database; this is on line so you can check it also. He could have been buried in the cemetery with no stone and no record survived; or I missed his headstone or have not done that part of the cemetery yet - on a rare occasion I find a person who is not in the database. It will take me a few more months and I will have photographed most of the cemetery. Good luck on your research! And thanks very much for letting me know about my error.
Added by James Richards on Nov 03, 2012 8:03 PM
Battling Maxo
RE: #99236224
You're welcome, and I appreciate all the links. I'm not real happy with a few of those pictures, it was the time of day when you're shooting into the sun and it's hard to keep the weird reflections out. Next time I'm by there I'll retake them. I also need to look at the bottom of Mr. Roosevelt Williams' military stone to see if his dates are on it; I may need to dig out a little dirt because I think it's settled.

Thanks again!
Added by Battling Maxo on Oct 22, 2012 9:08 PM
Bobby Hunt
B. H. Mills and Bennie Mills
Link made, and also transferred Bennie Mills to you. I've always felt that family belongs with family.

Added by Bobby Hunt on Oct 21, 2012 5:20 PM
As you didn't include the name on the memorial, and I've sent quite a few SACs today, I'm not sure which one it was or how I came across it.

Anyone can send a SAC on any memorial, whether they have an interest in that person or not. You might want to read FAQ #20.

Added by Diehard on Oct 20, 2012 8:30 PM
Battling Maxo
RE: memorial #65527161
Hello, I'm not sure I explained right about the "Miss". Since it's not one of the choices that Find a Grave offers as a prefix, if you add it yourself then the search function *thinks* that that is the person's first name.

If somebody searches for Ethel Williams in Green County, she doesn't come up if "Miss" is there. If she was put in using "Mrs." from the drop-down box, search would find her because it will ignore that as a name and just look for Ethel.
That's why I suggested putting "Miss Ethel" in as the nickname; it's what she was known as but we want her relatives to be able to find her too.
It's confusing, sorry..

And thanks again for the links. I had about 10 pictures left to add last night but at 2am I had to go to bed, I had to work today.

Added by Battling Maxo on Oct 20, 2012 8:17 AM
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