|Carol Foss (#46791230)|
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Information on the memorial page comes directly from the gravestone or is abstracted from an obituary or other record accessible on the internet. In the case of my family members, information is as I know it to be from personal research.
Please feel free to download any of my photographs for your PERSONAL use.
I am happy to make corrections and additions when asked. However, I do not post newspaper obituaries after 1923. Information you supply will be credited to you.
With Regards to Transfer Requests:
From the Find-A-Grave FAQ:
Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations, this would be your great-grandparents, grandparents, parents, or siblings. Bulk surname requests should not be made.
Thank you to anyone who takes the time to leave a flower or token on any of my memorials.
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|Joseph R. Klett||Palmyra Combs|
|Janet Jackson||Christiana Volk Gano|
She was born 29 Dec. 1831 to John Volk and Rebecca Bennett.
She had the following siblings: Henrietta Volk Gordon 1825-1910,
Thomas Janeway Volk 1828-1893, Abraham, 1830-1852, John L. Volk 1836-1921, Samuel H. Volk, 1838-1901, Silas W. Volk 1840-1908, Mary Volk Ramsey 1843-1910, and Robert Newton "R. N" Volk 1844-1993.
Her husband's full name was Richard Hoagland Gano 1836-1899. They had four sons: Henry "Harry" Gano 1859-1923, Edwin Ellett Gano 1862-1944, Frank Kreamer Gano 1867-1913, and Willet Bird 1870-1967.
|Marti Drumheller||Charles E Aaron|
Thank you for adding his obit. I appreciate all your time and efforts...
|Vickylars||Transfer requests to continue linking my family|
I had the pleasure to see & speak with you a couple of days ago, when I stopped in the Clallam County Genealogy Society's building on the Blvd. I was researching for my Class of '76 reunion and spoke with you a bit about my issues on connecting my late husband's family Find A Grave memorials.
Anyways, going along with that I'd very much appreciate if you could transfer management of his Grandmother's (#15474501), Great-grandmother's (#15049353), and his Step-Great-Grandfather's (#15049353) memorials to me (Vickylars #48023655; so that I may add notes to link them all. My late hubby is buried on the grave of his Great Grandmother & Step-Father.
I sure enjoyed talking with you the other day & hope I have another opportunity in the future!
|Jim Sindberg||Gormley transfer requests|
Many thanks for your quick response
I have some who are dragging the feet.
One person had long since cut off her Find A Grave communications. Very strange!!
But, little by little I'll bring the Sindberg family together.
Since I think I've finally stopped moving all over the world, I may join the contributors here in Sacramento CA.
The local newspaper seems to do a good job with obituaries.
|Jim Sindberg||Gormley transfer requests|
I'm Jim Sindberg #47899232.
I request transfer of Raymond Clarence Gormley #19510659.
I request transfer of Edith Marie Law Gormley #133873553.
I request transfer of Chester Walter Gormley #19619675.
I Request transfer of Caroline Louise Solf Gormley #19619659.
I request transfer of Martha Lyle Gormley Holman #11547323.
I request transfer of John Caldwell Holman #11547319.
They are my 1st cousins once removed.
I trying to link familys related to SINDBERG.
SINDBERG is a very rare Danish name and I'm related to most.
I've done research while living in Europe (12 yrs) and USA.
Mette Sopie Sindberg, age 14, married John Walter Gormley in Wisconsin.
They had 2 sons in WI, 2 daugthers and a son in NE, and one each in WA.
Her 2 sisters also married very young and also came to Washington.
I lived in Washington 1998-2005 and did research in Port Angeles.
Mette is sister to my grandfather, James Christensen Sindberg.
Raymond is her oldest child.
Then came Chester Walter, Margaret May, Marthe Lyle, James Lee, Vivian Kirstine, and Jay s.
If you have a closer relationship, I will understand why you wouldn't transfer.
Interestingly, I don't see any Lota F Butterfield in Wayne's family when he was young...but maybe that's nothing to do with the person who contacted you.
|RobMinteer57||more Wayne Butterfield|
I did notice that Wayne's birthdate was off, and from the info on Earl's page it appears that that Wayne likely died before 1920. So I found Wayne's correct parents and linked them.
|RobMinteer57||Thomas and Lucinda Butterfield|
My first question to you is why that other person would contact you rather than me. My next is why she would look up census records for some other Lucindas scattered around the country. Tell her to look up Thomas and Lucinda in Scotts Bluff County, NE (what a concept, that perhaps they lived where they are buried...) and she'll see Earl and Wayne and several other children...
|Melissa rodocker||my sister's grave|
Thank you for adding my sister's grave,people like you are angels on earth. Finding this made me so happy I cried. It takes a special person to be so selfless.
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