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The image of the peacock was a logo for a talent agency business in 1969 located in St Simons Island, Georgia. The owner, "Country Bill", aka Robert Lee Davis, born Charles G Raymond, also had residences and/or connections in AL, FL, VA and MA. If you have any info on "Country Bill" or if you have seen this logo anywhere, please send me a message with any information you have by clicking below on "leave message." OR send a post to his Facebook page: click here.|
Thanks for your help in telling the story of Country Bill's life/death.
My motivation is to provide historical records to others. "Pay it forward." If what I've posted helps you in your genealogy or provides you some comfort because you can visit a grave from near or far, then my mission is accomplished and I urge you to help others in some way.
I don't mind if you use my pics for your personal use or even on your genealogy website but say where it came from!! If you save a photo to your computer from findagrave.com, reference findagrave.com and the memorial number, let others know about this website! Without the reference, I consider the image stolen.
If you have any add'l info or corrections on any of the memorials I have posted please use the "EDIT" tab on the memorial to send me a "correction or suggestion."
I am most willing - and passionate - to make the memorials as detailed as possible. I use online and/or hard copy vital records and census records, along with family genealogies and other biographies, data, and newspaper articles to make the memorials I post as complete as possible - I have several projects going at the same time so it may take awhile for me to add details. Research takes time so if you come across one of my memorials that lacks details and you have some, please help me out and send the details along to me via the EDIT tab. If you would provide me your resource(s) I will include in the bio - the source(s) will help generations to come...
Upon my death I authorize any of my memorials to be transferred to any FAG contributor as they are requested.
[thanks to FAG Cathy Clark for this statement on her contributor page as this is my desire and agreement wholeheartedly - perfect and appropriate]
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|Carol L||RE: Missouri A. Webb Pierce|
Thanks, I sent an edit to the person that added his memorial. Thanks for all your work. Carol.
Added by Carol L on Oct 21, 2016 7:03 PM
|P.K. Magruder||RE: Helen Louise Hutchins Murphy 96556848|
Helen listed her husband as Dennis P Murphy. Thank you for doing the census research and posting the obits. I'll print the page and put it in her file.
I have a virtual cemetery for Betty Allen Chapter members and another for other DAR members I find along the way that we linked to our webpage on the Mass DAR member site. Any Massachusetts member can access them. We've had about 630 members since 1897; I've got about 100 names to go for this preliminary run through the list.
Thank goodness for all the Find A Grave volunteers that enter memorials and photos. These ladies would be lost to history and they were fascinating women.
|marypie||Hiram Pratt in Faribault|
In making preparations for a day of shooting photo's I ran across this regarding Hiram Pratt and his probable burial. The "Dalby Database" which is available at Ancestry and outside of Ancestry shows the following obituary in the Rice County Journal.
PRATT HIRAM A. RICE COUNTY JOURNAL 27/NOV/1901 A PIONEER RESIDENT, DIED AT HIS HOME ON WEST FIFTH STREET FRIDAY, NOV. 22, OF OLD AGE. THE FUNERAL, WHICH WAS PRIVATE, WAS HELD AT THE HOUSE SATURDAY. REV. CRITCHETT OFFICIATED. THE DECEASED WAS BORN JAN. 21, 1819, AT SHUTESBURG, MASS. THE REMAINS WERE TAKEN TO MAPLE LAWN VAULT AND WILL BE SHIPPED EAST IN THE SPRING.
Added by marypie on Oct 16, 2016 7:08 AM
|Lori Haus||Herbert Akerberg|
Thank~you for the flowers left on the memorial for Herbert V. Akerberg
|Memories of You||Turners|
Thank you so much for the corrections on the Turners and the new additions too! Yes, these are relatives so I am interested. Appreciate your help very much!
I hate not being able to contact except to leave a message. I appreciate your work, no mistaking that. I have found that most times the body may have been placed in one cemetery, while waiting to bury in another, as the death document indicates N. Bedford. Especially where his parents have been found in S. Dartmouth cemetery.
That being said, The information I have listed in S. Dartmouth is out of a book that Judith Lund published of all the Dartmouth cemeteries, and the names found buried there. It is not always correct, as in this case.
I just called the cemetery office and they confirmed he is in Rural with 9 others. Please mark yours as Section M, Lot 27, I will delete mine, once you have added his parents from my listing, and I will added the death record I had posted.
PLEASE, in the future when there is an issue, email me directly. I promise not to abuse it. Thank you for all you do.
Added by goose on Oct 03, 2016 10:00 AM
|steph g||RE: William Judah Graves|
That was prompt - thank you
Added by steph g on Oct 02, 2016 7:36 AM
|Tim J.||Thank You!|
You have been an enormous help and inspiration to me, and thank you so much for the transfers of family memorials. You've been a bright spot for me on Find a Grave. :)
Added by Tim J. on Sep 30, 2016 3:28 AM
|Tim J.||2 year anniversary|
Added by Tim J. on Sep 27, 2016 3:02 AM
|Patricia Moore||RE: Almira Reynolds Scott|
:) LOL Yes I saw as I was trying to provide death date information. Thanks!
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