|D. L. Lee (#47772418)|
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I would like to thank everyone whose hard work has been so beneficial to researchers world-wide. This is an amazing website!|
Also, a special thanks goes out to the volunteers in my area who have done such a wonderful job. You all are my inspiration.
My mission is to pay it forward by helping others find ancestors who have been lost by time, distance, and untold stories.
This project is like a giant puzzle that a million people are working, and we all know the majority of the pieces are missing!
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|Emily Stokes Rowe||Jesse Hayes #149244501|
I thought I would point out that the children you list all have the last name of Todd, which is the married name of his daughter Myrtle.
Clarence "Peck" Hayes, b July 23, 1878, was a poet and died in 1908 - your find a grave came to my attention because of "Peck" who was engaged to my grandmother before he died.
Emily Stokes Rowe
|Todd Whitesides||Allie Leffler Layer|
I don't believe I ever thanked you for the photos and transfer of her memorial. Sorry for the delay. Many thanks!
Both transfers complete
|Brenda Braden Roper||Pleasant Pendergrass|
Lee, Sheila transferred this memorial over to me. I think this is my gg grandfather. Next to him their is a grave marker of Susan Pendergraff. This should be his daughter in law. So far my research shows that the Pendergrass are the same as Pendergraff. they came from around St. Louis, Missouri. I don't know when the name was changed but ancestry says that the name was changed. Susan is my grandfathers mother. I hope this is right. First I thought that it was her husband but in the family bible it says Plez that was what they called him. My grandmother only has his name but she was a Sanders and have a lot of information on her side, not much on grandpa's side. Susan lived with grandpa in Providence, KY, I got her obit. If I have it right???? If you happen to find out anything let me know.
|Shelia Hart||Prospect Cemetery, Hopkins Co., Ky|
I was into this several years ago and it didn't take a lot to get me confused. I just created memorials from the grave stone photos I took from walking the cemeteries. I did not do all that you are doing as far as other research. Thanks for all you are doing to correct my mistakes. I am sure I have done my share and not even realized them at the time. Keep sending edits and corrections. I appreciate what you are doing and the families of those there do/will too. :-)
|Tammi Powell||Your help is very much appreciated!!|
Thank You Mr. Lee the new Photo for "Gabriel and Jammie Neisz" the photo will stay in place, Thank You for your thoughtfulness of making the blocked stones information clear. It is hard being 550 miles from your families graves and not being able to care for them properly, your wonderful efforts will be rewarded in "Blessings".
I hope this short note of appreciation finds you well.
Many Blessings to you and yours for your help, Tammi
|Lucile Phares/Alders Cobb||Joseph & Gracie Terrell|
Thank you for your time and the wonderful photos of their headstone. You are much appreciated.
|Elida Faye Tirey||Photos for Harriett Gertrude Allen and James G. Smith|
I would like your permission to use your tombstone photos for Harriett Gertrude Allen Smith and James Smith (Ref: Memorial# 123684037 for Harriett) in Ancestry and Family Search. I will give you credit for the use of the photos.
|Craig Thweatt||RE: Cowan Cemetery, Christian County, Kentucky|
if you find anymore edit's then send them on I see where you said you are done for the night.
|Bruce D. Rutherford||Rudy Jones|
Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I seem to get a number of these edits for memorials that have been transferred to me.
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