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Douglas Little (#46816129)
 member for 9 years, 10 months, 1 day
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Bio Photo Corrections and/or additions are always welcome.

I'll be glad to transfer Memorials but only if you follow Find A Grave transfer rules and specify the reason such as the Memorial belongs to a specific family relationship i.e. Father, Mother, Sibling, etc.

In either case you must use the standard Find A Grave form. (click on "Edit")
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J Mo & B Ma
Cleary transfer
Wow, that was quick, thanks so much, Douglas. I truly appreciate the transfer and all you do on Find A Grave!
Added by J Mo & B Ma on Sep 11, 2015 2:56 PM
Jim Herring
Isaac Hall and Huldah Ash
I believe I've located a daughter of there's, Hannah J, b.1842, married Asa Clark, a Civil War veteran from Henry Co. Illinois. She is Mem.#41030197. Let me know if you concur, please.
Added by Jim Herring on Aug 12, 2015 8:39 PM
mark phillips
John Calder
Hello Douglas-

I'm following up on your find a grave memorial for John Calder in died in GA in 1845.

Your memorial message says 'John Calder died at age 77 which would indicate he was born about 1767 but another source says he came to Savannah in 1775 at age 12 which would indicate born circa 1763'

I'm wondering if John is the same as or related to my 3rd great grandfather James Calder who also came to Savannah from Scotland with his parents Alexandria and Henrietta Calder in 1775 and was born in 1767. Do you have a source for your memorial information?

thanks for your assistance. I can be reached at Thank you, Mark Phillips.
Added by mark phillips on Jul 21, 2015 8:36 PM
Betty Andrews
Joab Horne, 14633262
correction for find-a-grave number.
Added by Betty Andrews on Jul 10, 2015 11:06 AM
Betty Andrews
Joab Horne, #1463262
Thank you for creating 110 Memorials for Revolutionary War soldiers! Thank you for addng Joab Horne. I placed the DAR and VA markers for My DAR Chapter in 1990. See Fold3.
Added by Betty Andrews on Jul 10, 2015 11:03 AM
Rowe, Jess and Mary
Hello...I was wondering if you could help me. You took photos of and did memorials for the above two people in the Carpenter Cemetery in New Hampshire. I just set up a Memorial for their son in law..Burt Henry Fisk in the same cemetery. I believe their daughter, Burts wife, may be there as well. She died April 2, 1946. Since you set up the other two memorials I am just assuming you are a local person? If so can you give me guidance as to how to find out if Della L. Rowe Fisk is buried there?..thank you in advance for your time...Sincerely, Wendy
Added by Wendy on Mar 16, 2015 8:19 PM
RE: William McCracken
My email is kenmccracken@ I currently manage several memorials. See kwmtex for the memorials I manage. Also am the admin of the McCracken ydna project at familytreedna. Google McCracken ydna
Added by kwmtex on Dec 12, 2014 3:51 PM
Ada Woodward Glaspell
Could you please transfer her to me?
She's in my tree.
I also want to take the last d from her first name.
Carol 47303245
Thank you,
Added by Carol on Dec 05, 2014 2:37 PM
Alexander & Phebe Patterson
Thanks Doug for the transfer. It's been a pleasure looking at family histories with you. At this point, I'm not sure our PATTERSON's are related, but further "investigation" may prove me wrong. Dan
Added by dantcarrier on Nov 01, 2014 4:24 AM
Don Fredgant
William Breare and Lillie Stephenso
Thanks for being so quick, Mr. Little, about transferring these folks, my maternal grandparents, to my care. Now I can make some additions that only family would know. That Pilgrims Rest cemetery is full of my kin, but they are mostly aunts, uncles, and a whole slough of cousins!
Added by Don Fredgant on Oct 14, 2014 6:05 PM
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