|Dana Meeks (#46876679)|
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I wrote the following few paragraphs when I first started researching my tree. They are as true today as they were back then. However, If there's one thing that has shown to be more important than anything else it's teamwork!! No one person can document all the information that needs to be made public. That's why the edit tab at the top of your profile page is so important. Please give a look at that list of entries as often as possible. As you process the entries, visiting the memorial pages and comparing them to your own work is crucial and informative. You'll find family members that you were never able to find before, because now,they've been linked. Genealogy is not fiction, its facts. Facts about every person listed. Check it out, you never know what may have been added since your last visit.|
As far as genealogy is concerned, I guess I'm a "newbie" started in 2005. My mother died in April, my step father died in July, and my sister died in October all in 2005. It finally dawned on me that all my history was gone. I've found some great people out there willing to help me to put my "tree" together. I want to give back as much as I've gotten. I take pictures of headstones in cemeteries that I visit and intend to do more. I want to share those photos with anyone who wants to use them.
If I've input some of your family and they are not relatives of mine, I'll gladly transfer them to you. Please use the edit tab on the memorial page to make your suggestions and add your links. The common courtesy of asking for changes and links instead of demanding is appreciated.
I can't stress enough the importance of the edits tab. The edit tab contains a list of corrections or additions that someone else has found for established memorials. Please look at this tab and process the ones listed for you. This is one of best "team" projects for genealogy. Let's all contribute the little pieces of information that everyone else may not have. IT'S ALL IMPORTANT.
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|Richard Mayo||Charles Lewis Bolster|
from the same lady who gave me bad info on his brother
transfered to you
|Richard Mayo||William Jessie "Homer" Bolster|
Did more research and found out that the info i was given including cemetery was wrong , they are the same person, will contact that lady when i find her in my old contacts and ask her about that.
got it all corrected
|Myrtle Cornette||Have a question|
I'm Myrtle Cornette and I was looking up information on family history and when I looked up Juili Mae Sims I see you have a connection with that name. May I ask how you knew her? I am her blood daughter. Her brother JG Capps adopted me after her death.
|Richard Mayo||William M Millican, Sr|
info added to bio
I am researching Wallen I found Earnest Edward Wallen s/o Elza Wallen who is s/o Alfred Wallen Rosie Miller Elza buried Bob Ousley Cem at Dock Floyd Co Ky
|Record Hunter||Mary L. Wilson|
This is all I have on Mary L. Wilson:
Mary Lou Henson Wilson
mentioned in the record of Harrim Solan Wilson
Name Mary Lou Henson Wilson
Husband Harrim Solan Wilson
Name Harrim Solan Wilson
Event Type Death
Event Date 03 Sep 1980
Event Place Hendersonville, Henderson, N.C.
Birth Year 1906
Burial Date 06 Sep 1980
Burial Place Henderson Co., N.C.
Cemetery Grandview Mem. Gdns.
Residence Place Hendersonville, Henderson, N.C.
Address Rt. #6, Box 160
Marital Status Married
Race (Original) White
Occupation Ret. Lap Tender/Textile
Birth Date 09 Sep 1906
Birthplace Rutherford Co., N.C.
Father's Name Oscar Lee Wilson
Mother's Name Hester Mae Laughter
Spouse's Name Mary Lou Henson Wilson
Hope it helps, regards.
|Betty Burns||RE: Martha A. Brown|
|Betty Burns||Martha A. Brown|
I am excited but confused about the dates you posted in the memorial of my great grandmother Martha A. Brown. Purdy Cemetery Barry County, Missouri. Can you tell me where you found the dates? I cannot read the stone and I was told by the city clerk there was no listing of her in any death certificates. She has been a ten year brick wall for me!!!!
|Jeff Hall||Thank you|
Hello Dana, many thanks for the great photo of Sgt William Preston added to his memorial, nice work!
|Richard Mayo||George Waggoner|
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