|Judy Mayfield (#46636512)|
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Please specify your relationship when requesting transfers. I am no longer transfering outside the Findagrave guidelines.
Due to the growing popularity of the website I have been getting multiple transfer requests for the same memorial from several different contributors. Trying to determine who should get the memorial is becoming difficult for me.
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Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations, this would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents. Keep in mind that the original contributor may also be related to the memorial and may not want to make the transfer.
I am always happy to make corrections and add links when asked.
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Hus wife Gladys is my husband's cousin. We were told she passed away in 2012. Although I have not been able to find a SSDI or an obits. Any suggestions. Thank you.
In researching the Weyer family of Haviland, I came across the obituary of Joseph Weyer. "An Accidental Shooting Fatal" Joseph Weyer, a 19-year old son of A.J. Weyer, prominent citizen, was accidently shot on the farm of George McQuery, ten miles south of Haviland. The young man was riding in a spring wagon with four of his companions when he reached over to take a rifle from one of them, letting his shotgun slip down on the outside of the wagon box, striking the step and causing the gun to be discharged. The entire load of shot took effect in the leg just above the knee. "The Hays Free Press" under Kansas State News, page 2, Sept 19, 1908. Source: Library of Congress.
Note: It is your option to attach, I just thought about the grief this family must have endured and the befitting memorial they provided for their son in the gravestone that you photographed so well. Thank you for your contributions.
|Wendi Bevitt||Mary Clem Gentry|
Thanks so much for the transfer and the work you do for F.A.G. :)
|Karen||Jacob G Ake, Jr|
Thank you for fixing my mistake. I love to see the memorials linked, but it does get confusing sometimes.
Added by Karen on Jun 14, 2013 6:09 PM
|Earl Martin||Martha Ellen Grigsba|
Could you up date Bio info for my stepfather's grandmother buried in the Oak Grove Cemetery at Ponca City, Kay Co., Oklahoma. Born Martha Ellen Thompson at Jackson Co., Missouri and died at Uncas, Kay Co., Oklahoma. Married Mar. 26, 1884 at Chautauqua Co., Kansas. Children Clayton James, Mary Blanche, Alga Ann, Jessie Julia and Martha Florine Grigsba. Thank you for any help---Earl W. Martin.
|Earl Martin||James Grigsba|
Could you up date Bio. info for for my stepfather's grandfather buried in the Oak Grove Cemetery, Ponca City, Kay Co., Oklahoma. James Grigsba was born in Hawkins Co., Tennessee and died in Uncas, Kay Co., Oklahoma. Son of Wiley Grigsba and Nancy Campbell. Married Mar. 26, 1884 in Chautuaqua Co., Kansas to Martha Ellen Thompson. Children Clayton James, Mary Blanche, Alga Ann, Jessie Julia and Martha Florine Grigsba. Thank You for your help---Earl W. Martin.
|Larry Benjamin||Clarissa Mumford #261558803|
You have Clarissa getting married 01 Mar 1951. Isn't that a typo? Shouldn't it be 1851?
|C. J. Hinds||Charles A. Blanklnshp|
My daughter has a lot of real old pictures and a little bit of history on the Blankinship family, and she would like to GIVE the photos to someone that is interested. Also some of these pictures are the old tin type. She wants to give them away.
D.R. Blankinship (charles dad) a lot of history was posted by a Peggy Luce under ancestry.com. Can you tell us how to go about finding out about this. I'm 81 years old, and think it would be a terrible thing for these photos to be thrown away. Carol J. Hinds
|margie ramirez||PEOTONE CEM.|
First, I want to thank you for the fine work you are doing.
I have several families I am related to in the Peotone Ceme.
I can provide information to be added to your photo grave sites or if you feel comfortable you can transfer the families to me.
I will start with Margaret Howe 1828-1901. Memorial # 23306580. She is my great great-grandmother. Her son is Frank Howe, his daughter was Margaret Howe and I am name after both Margarets.
|Charles Ritterhouse||Richard Ritterhouse Memorial # 34277521|
Thanks for all of your postings, you have done so much. Could you link Richard Ritterhouse Memorial 34277521 to his parents Father: 34278788 and his mother 34278805.
Thanks so Much. Charles Ritterhouse
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