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Mom_of_3_boys (#47520095)
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Bio Photo I will transfer memorials to those that are direct descendants.

My photos are available for your personal use such as adding to your Ancestry tree. I feel that anyone can visit a cemetery and take a photo and therefore it is not important to me to "claim a right" to a cemetery photo I have taken, especially if it is your family member and not mine.

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Paul Sangster
Nathan Tully
Thanks for the photo of Nathan Tully's gravestone! He was the great grandfather of my father-in-law, who was born in Elkhart. You may be interested in the fact that we have a group photo of the Tully Family reunion in 1927, in which my father-in-law sits in the front, age 3. We can't so far, name most of the folks, but your memorial and photo help considerably in sorting things out!
Added by Paul Sangster on Apr 24, 2015 2:27 PM

Are you related to William Irving Oliver (96823194) and his wife, Lucinda? If not, could I get you to transfer them to me? They are my great, great, great grandparents.

Thank you so much for taking pictures for Find-A-Grave!

Added by K.Danner on Apr 18, 2015 2:59 PM
Mary Curtis Gitchell
Please link Mary Curtis Gitchell (Memorial #96507836)to her husband David Dimmick Gitchell (#87258363) and her parents Samuel Curtis (#35897403) and Mary Ann Churchill Curtis (#35897424). Mary was David's third wife. They were married in 1851. David was my 3rd great-grandfather. Thank you, Lee
Added by Lee on Mar 27, 2015 3:43 PM
Paula Harper
Mollohan Family cemetery
I have placed a map for this cemetery on Find-A-Grave. To get there, take Airport Road off Rt 19 just south of the Flatwoods exit off I79. After several miles and at the stop sign at Kanawha Run Road, go straight. You'll pass Lough Church, then the fork where Corley-Csress Road intersects Vernon Road. Keep going on Vernon. After you pass a sign on the right for Laurel Patch, continue on Vernon up the mountain and at the top where the road turns rather sharply to the right and an old travel trailer sits on the side of the road on the left, take that driveway. In front of the cinderblock house a couple hundred yards in, turn left through the steep hayfield. That drive ends at the farmhouse. The house is vacant. Go thru the gate, around the house and down the garden path. The cemetery is there.
Added by Paula Harper on Mar 23, 2015 12:59 PM
Mandy Ash
Find A Grave Memorial# 110336487
First I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart. It has taken me years to find where my Mother was buried. Please, I want to go to the Silverbrook Cemetery and visit her site. How do I know where to locate her?
Added by Mandy Ash on Mar 10, 2015 12:59 PM
Thank you for the transfers of Samples family.
Added by bison on Feb 18, 2015 4:46 PM
Lisa Hamrick
RE: Williams
You're Welcome! She is related by marriage on my maternal grandfather's side. I'm glad my mystery is solved. Every time I would go to visit my grandparent's grave, I would look and couldn't find her. Now I know why! Have a Good New Years!
Added by Lisa Hamrick on Jan 01, 2015 10:23 AM
George and Susannah Green Brown
Thanks for letting me know about the typo in George and Susannah's marriage date--edits always welcome and appreciated!

Added by dbasile on Dec 10, 2014 10:06 AM
Lisa Hamrick
RE: Singleton Cemetery/John W. Singleton Cemetery
It stands for William K Singleton. He was buried there in 1884. I quickly glanced for memorials for others that are buried in that cemetery and I did not find any that were created. 5 out of the 10 memorial listed in the generic Singleton Cemetery need to be relocated to other cemeteries, so I would just leave them and request for the cemetery to be named W. K. Singleton Cemetery. It may be the easiest solution.
Added by Lisa Hamrick on Dec 03, 2014 9:23 AM
Lisa Hamrick
RE: Singleton Cemetery/John W. Singleton Cemetery
The one you photographed I believe is also known as the Wirt Lee Singleton Cemetery. I haven't been to those cemeteries but my cousin lives down that road. I just hope the weather breaks a little bit before Christmas because I have the time to get out and take some pictures. I live within 10 miles of all these cemeteries.
Added by Lisa Hamrick on Dec 03, 2014 9:16 AM
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