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Simply enjoy genealogy and preserving history.|
I make mistakes if you tell me, I will fix them.
If they are family, I will gladly transfer.
My aim is to honor the past. Items added to biographies are typically information I receive via email from unknown contributors and post to memorial. I do NOT fact check so take it for what it's worth...further research.
THE STORY TELLERS by unknown
We are the chosen. My feelings are, in each family, there is one who seems
called to find the ancestors. To put flesh on their bones and make them live
again, to tell the family story and to feel that somehow they know and
approve. To me, doing genealogy is not a cold gathering of facts but,
instead, breathing life into all those who have gone before. We are the
storytellers of the tribe. All tribes have one.
We have been called, as it were, by our genes. Those who have gone before
cry out to us: Tell our story.
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|William Gorman||Henry Lee Reynolds|
Thanks very much for adding the full name and short bio for Henry Lee "H L" Reynolds.
|William Gorman||Susie Reynolds|
I make a mistake on spelling of her maiden name. Very sorry.
Spelling should be Ferguson with an "e". I have submitted the correction via Edit process. Thanks for your trouble.
L A L Lamkin # 60909928 is a duplicate of L A L Lamkin # 17465671.
Do not transfer to me
Salli # 60909715 is a duplicate of Salli # 17465736.
Do not transfer to me.
|Paul Rolfe||Supernaw edits|
I don't know how interested, if at all, you are in the Supernaw family. I am not related and do not know them. Supernaw is a very uncommon name here but there are several still living in town. In case you are interested in the family, I wanted to mention there are five Supernois graves here - none known to be living here now. They are in Walnut Hill Cemetery (beside St. Joseph) and Memorial Park (across the street from St. Joseph). I'm guessing that Supernois is an origin or variation of Supernaw. I will create memorials today if they are not already shown in findagrave. Thanks for all your contributions.
|Abigail Banks Dennison||Elizabeth Toole (Lawrence) Prince|
Thank you so much for the transfer of her memorial. Also thank you for the memorial itself. It's help and work such as yours that keeps us all excited about genealogy.
Abigail Banks Dennison
ggg-grnd/o Edmond Prince & wife, Elizabeth Toole (Lawrence) Prince
Carol: What a pleasant surprise to find that you had transferred management of Kinnion New(#61460040)
& wife, Sarah Barnett (#61460073) in Luling City Cemetery to me.
The complication of having tombstones in one cemetery and burial in another is challenging to say the least.
I really appreciate all you have done for and in findagrave.
Thank you again for the transfers.
|Martha Duke||RE: Lewis|
How hard is it to go to the Luling City Cemetery page, enter Lamkin and see how the ones you have duplicated has made such a mess?
|Winnette||RE: Little Nellie Pearl|
Not yet, but, I am going to the library and see if she is listed with a last name than ends in ick.
Added by Winnette on Oct 01, 2014 10:07 AM
|cemetery_sleuth||Awtry, Awtrey, Autrey, Autry|
Mem# 68661131 in Greenwood Cemetery (Tuscaloosa, AL)
They are all the same people. the pics are under awtrey AND Autrey one being a family marker and the other a Vet. marker.
I spent an hour in the cemetery today (Pic Requests), and had to research a little more to notice the connection.
If you noticed this, ok.
If you hadn't, you may consider deleting.
Just an FYI.
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