|Della Goss (#47620986)|
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I am interested in genealogy research on the following surnames: Durst, Goss, Wamsley, Search, Harkness, Rumberger, Blake, Bickerdyke and others. I revise memorials now and then as new information comes to light.|
Please request permission before using my photographs. I am happy to share but request photo credit on shared photos.
A big Thank You to all those Find A Grave contributors that have recorded the graves of our ancestors.
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I am related to the Durst family, through my fathers mother. I did the transfer for you this morning. I am happy to share. I just remember my grandmother telling me we had relatives in that cemetery, so I had to find them. :)
Hi there Della,
I'm curious about your ancestor John L. Dozier, Jr.
I was doing some quick research on my 5-times great-grandfather John Dozier who was a judge in Holt County, Missouri early in its history (1840s); he was also a doctor. His wife was Rebecca. John was born about 1800 in Kentucky.
I descend through his son Ninnian H. Dozier (1823-1906) who lived the majority of his life in Holt County, Missouri.
I know that my John, Sr also had a son John, Jr and that John Jr. went to California by 1880 to Santa Rosa in Sanoma County. In the census, however, he had no wife or children with him.
In any even, I would like to compare notes on this family if you'd wish to see if maybe we're talking about the same family.
I'll add lastly that my John Sr. lived in Rock Port, Mo and you mention that your John Jr. lived across the river from Rock Port.
You're welcome! I take lots of photos of old military stones, and sometimes there isn't much information on them. I look up their regiment on line, and sometimes find out more about them that way or just googling them. I am always happy when a descendant finds them!
Added by rhondajo on Mar 16, 2012 2:33 PM
Added by rhondajo on Mar 15, 2012 10:10 PM
|Carol-Jeanne Brown Shaw||Barbara Durst|
The transfer has been made. I took the date information from her headstone and the on-line cemetery listing. She isn't my ancestor so this is great
How do I get a relative's memorial transferred to me?
First, Determine if you really need the memorial transferred to you for management. Transferring of management should only be requested If you have extensive changes to make to a memorial. You can add photos and suggest corrections without having to request management. Simply having someone in your family tree is not grounds for a management transfer request.
Second, Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.
Added by J on Nov 12, 2011 2:03 PM
more than happy to transfer, he wasn't related to me.