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I begin my bio with Colossians 4:6 - Let your speech be always with grace, seasoned with salt, that you may know how you ought to answer every man. I believe this and strive to practice this well - so, rudeness, passive-aggressive behavior and angry attitudes are not welcome. There is no place for this in Findagrave.|
I have a number of things going on so I can't do timely edits on memorials. I am willing to transfer most of the memorials that I have created since most that I have done in Mt Rose and Greenlawn Cemeteries are not kin to me - if I have entered a family member or relative of yours (no matter how distant) and you'd like me to transfer the memorial to you, please send me your Findagrave ID# and I will transfer as soon as possible. It is not about numbers with me, it's about reunited families that somehow link us all together. However, I might not be ready to transfer some memorials of my and my wife's direct lines (Burgett, Abbott, Carney, Tweedlie and some related branches).
Also, memorials are important to all of us...for that reason, I think requests for corrections should be polite - if you want something corrected, please provide the information that needs to be added or corrected - not an impersonal/curt note like 'Dates are shown in photo of marker attached to this memorial'.
I am slowly working on memorials in Mt Rose and Greenlawn cemeteries in Moundsville, WV with Marshall County Contributor. When I uploaded the names in 2009, I messed up and the dates didn't load like they should have - so I am slowly getting them filled in :)
Also, if I have placed a death certificate on a memorial that I transfer to you and you don't care for it, no problem...I'll remove the death certificate. I don't care to hear any rantings about how it's such an abomination.
Carlton aka Carl
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|Eugenie Wren||William C Hartin|
I have William Nathaniel Hartin for the same demographics and want to know how sure you are of the C. middle initial.
|quietholler||Nathaniel Stuart Hartin?|
Hi Carl- I have an 1850 federal census attached to my Ancestry family tree which shows "NS Hartin" living and working in Smith County, Texas that year. He is living with a "Rustin" family and there are 4 other individuals of varying surnames living there. This NS Hartin is listed as a laborer who was born about 1798 in Tennessee. I've sent this message because you have a note on NS Hartin's memorials asking for information about where he may have died. Maybe Texas? Dana
|Bonita||James W Alexander 37628021|
Dear Carl, I think this may be him, James West Alexander:
Name: James West Alexander
Birth Date: 6 Jan 1865
Birth Place: West Virginia
Death Date: 2 Mar 1939
Death Place: NS Pgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA
Father Name: James Alexander
Father Birth Place: West Virginia
Mother Name: Riggo (Riggs)
Mother Birth Place: West Virginia
Spouse Name: Harriett Kahn
Certificate Number: 20730
Death cert says burial in Brookside in WV but that name doesn't come up for WV cemeteries. His mother's name was Rebecca
Added by Bonita on Jul 17, 2014 7:48 AM
|Bonita||James W Alexander 37628021|
Dear Carl, Not sure who this is as I didn't find him in the West Virginia death records, but he is not the father of Ralph Alexander who died in France in WWI. That James W. Alexander was born May 28 1854, and died Nov 7 1940 in Moundsville, and is buried in Linwood Cemetery, Blaine, Belmont County, Ohio. Ralph is buried in France but there is a cenotaph in Linwood Cemetery.
Added by Bonita on Jul 17, 2014 7:35 AM
|Christy||Mt Zion cemetery|
I was wondering how to find out who manages or knows who is buried in this cemetery and where they are buried if there is no marker.
I found Thomas Blake stone and it is pretty new considering he died in 1920s. But as I was looking for Sarah, his wife, I uncovered in the mud the actual marker that is a flat stone with T.B. on it. It is 2 gravesites over from the new stone.
I am wondering if they covered Sarah's marker with his new stone?
Added by Christy on Apr 04, 2014 7:17 PM
|Deanna Young||Edit on Ercil Phillips|
Good Morning Carl, I have sent through a request to add the birth for Ercil Phillips. New to asking for edits. The information was obtained through the Cemetery List for Robinson Ridge Cemetery in Wetzel County. Thank you for your adding Ercil Phillips to the Robinson Ridge Cemetery. I am in the Phillips Family Line.
|pam hercules||Kristen Wood|
Hi Carl, Thank you for putting Kristen Anne Wood on Find a Grave. I am her aunt. I believe we have a Carney in our family. I will have to go back and find her, and we also have a Lemley in our tree also. How are we related to you. Thank You, Pam. Also Alan Lewis is my second cousin.
|Carol Price||Jefferson Madison Price|
Wonder where you got the birth and death dates for Jefferson Madison Price, Mount Rose Cemetery.
I left a note under him, I have him born 18 Jul 1813 and death 30 May 1903, from "The Descendants of Arjalon Price Jr", by Dr. Kenneth Price. Wonder if you could have read a tombstone wrong.
I don't have original source, but do find him in the 1900 census in Marshall county with his daughter Sarah Thornburg Price "Thonia". This census does say his birth is Jul 1813.
|Jimbo S||BB Scmitt in S. Ill.|
You asked if I could add the middle name Bennett to Find A Grave #76462493. May I ask what your source is?
Added by Jimbo S on Oct 11, 2013 7:00 PM
|Cheryl Behrend||RE: always my pleasure|
Thank you. You have done a wonderful job.
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