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As a retired senior, I have become interested in family geneology and have been fairly sucessful in locating family history. I take grave photos when requested and have had several of my photo requests fulfilled.|
Contact me if errors are found.
Any family member who views a close relatives file (parent, grandparent, great grandparent, or sibling) on findagrave and wishes to take control should contact me through the Edit tab on the findagrave memorial and I would be happy to transfer control to you.
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|Donna Cleveland||Lois Marie Flowers Swinehart|
I am the niece of Lois Swinehart, you have her listed on findagrave as Lois Flowers Swinehart, her maiden name was not Flowers it was YEAKEY, her mothers maiden name was FLOWERS.
|David Espenlaub||RE: Weltha Ludwig Espenlaub|
yes, i would appreciate that. Thank you.
She was my mother, and always will be.
|Nettie Layman||Memorial # 105772633|
This is my uncle. My name is Nettie Layman I will Love to take over his memorial. My number is 48979617
|Carol & Mel Hochstetler||RE: Marie Hooten gravestone photo|
I'm sorry, Scabbardfish, but when I put 107403515 in the number it tells me the "Memorial is not Found" perhaps if I knew the name.
Sorry one more. can you also transfer 127988210 to me?
Can you please transfer 118239167 to me? I don't see the request in the edit tab. Thank you!
|Jan Satrom||Michael Mowry memorial|
Hi fellow "findagraver" -
I am wondering if you would consider transferring memorial # 40381531 for Michael Lynn Mowry to me. He was my uncle.
Regards, Jan Mowry Satrom
|Laura||RE: John William Layton|
Great! Thank you!
Added by Laura on Mar 02, 2016 9:37 AM
|Sandra Studebaker||Susan (Studybaker) Studebaker #45412719|
Thank you for adding the following clarifying data for the above. Would also appreciate being credited for same, as is customary. Thank you, Sandra A. Studebaker, MSLS; SFNA Clement-line genealogist.
Susan StudYbaker (1829-1871), 1st wife of her 2nd cousin Henry StudEbaker (1828-1895), was the 4th of five daughters born to Samuel StudYbaker (1794-1837) and Lydia Leer (1798-1845). Samuel and Lydia had no sons, thus their daughters Esther, Elizabeth, Christina, Susan and Catherine are known to have helped their father in his gristmill on Stillwater Creek.
I would like to use your photograph of Lorenzo Annis' headstone in my book. I would be more than happy to credit you in the photo credits section.
Thank you in advance.
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