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|Please feel free to request transfers. My only interest in being a member of Finding A Grave is to help others locate the final resting places of their loved ones. Many people have helped me in such a way and I appreciated all the work they have done. This is my way of passing their efforts forward.|
I do reserve the right to maintain my own family and relatives, but I have transferred to those who are closer related. So request away. We may find we are related.
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|Barb P||RE: Merrow picture|
Yes, feel free to copy and use the picture. Frank and Sarah were my husbands gg grandparents. Their daughter Emma married his great grandfather Joseph Oren Pittenger in 1889, divorced before 1900. They had two children Mary Frances 1891-1891 (died at 6 months of pneumonia) and Walter 1893-1966. A niece of Joseph Oren's, Harriet Pittenger married Sarah's brother Isaac Oscar in 1888, and they too were divorced around 1900.
Added by Barb P on Jan 29, 2014 2:53 PM
|Gravehound Club||Edward Crofoot|
Perhaps you can find information about Edward. The information on his memorial came from the United States Civil War records so we are confused and if you can help solve the mystery we would be thrilled. Thank you.
The Gravehound Club
Thank you so much for providing several photos of my relatives. I appreciate it very much!
|Mike Stafford||Lorena Stafford|
Lorena Stafford was married to George Stafford, the son of Joshua and Lucretia Gibson Stafford.
|William Cole||Richards and Stafford at Shadyside|
I put up photos for other Richards and added memorials for Austin and Sally Richards. I will put up photos for Perry and Mary Stafford but they are very poor. You might want to put up the request again. The next time I am at Shadyside I will try to get better photos.
I finally found Earl.......tonight and got the photo taken of his headstone.
Also next to him was a Baby Stafford 1908...just thought you might like to know........in case you want to add ........or i will add the baby and you can have it if you would like to manage it.
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Stafford, Brown, Fritz, Eiseline pics|
Thank you for the compliment. You are truly welcome for everything. Daryl found the Browns in Shortsville while I was still driving there.
You won't be overworking me. I thrive on doing
|Jim Earle||RE: Stafford pic|
You are very welcome. The weather was very nice. Sounds like this week will be a different story though. Good luck with your search.
|barbara Stafford||Agnes Stafford|
Dear S. Schmidt,
I have a quick question about Agnes Stafford, 1904-1951, at
Dryden Center Cemetery, near Dryden, MI.
I have research a lot of the Stafford family but I have not found a connection to Agnes.
Could you please tell me if there is a connection to the following that you are aware of?
Henry Stafford, bu. at Dryden Pioneer Cem. who was a Civil War solder; Cordelia (Stafford) Ferguson, at Dryden Center Cem.; Davis Able Stafford, Cornelious Stafford, Able Stafford in Oakland Co., MI; and/or Jacob and Chloe Stafford buried in the North Branch, MI area. Also, Betsey (Stafford) Gladden, Kingsbury Cem., near Leonard, MI.
I would be very happy to share my info. with you as well.
Barbara (Maddox) Stafford
Sorry, I slipped on that. It's up now.
When I took this pix I had a single e-mail on Stafford. I see now you have other Geauga County requests. I'm fairly sure I can get those when ever we have a break in the weather.
Added by jakinley on Mar 02, 2012 1:52 PM
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