|Robb Ouzts (#47820760)|
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I was born just before man walked on the moon. I have been working on Family History for over 25 years now. I work alot with Dutch records. I currently live in Centerville, UT. Occassionally I get out and stomp around a cemetery. In King's Creek ARP Cemetery, Newberry County, SC, there are 6 generations of my family buried, including 2 of my grandmother's sisters who died young. I have at least 4 ancestors who fought in the Revolutionary War: Paternal Grandfather's line: George Peter (Utz) Ouzts; Paternal Grandmother's line: James Abrams, William Scott, & John Young. See my virtual cemeteries for links to these men.|
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|Brianna Butler||Harriet Dyche Elkins #81304497|
I saw you uploaded a photo to Harriet Elkins memorial page, buried in Logan City Cemetery. She has a headstone now, I am going to upload, will you remove the photo of where her unmarked grave sat, thank you!
- Brianna Butler
|Marie and Bruce Newell||Edna Wargowsky #92654520|
We respectfully request permission to use Edna's cemetery marker photo in our online tree with credit. Edna is a cousin to Marie and the photo will make a great addition.
Thanks for your consideration.
Marie and Bruce Newell
|Lisa Slade||Catherine Maw Calaway Lampert|
Catherine was first married to Lewis Calaway. Edwin is Lewis's brother. Let me know if you'd like me to send you copies of the marriage records.
Hope you don't mind, I added a new grave picture for Millicent, Edith, and Robert Gull. The one I added does not have a shadow. If you do not like it please remove it.
Marilee Greenland (aka Grave chick)
|Charlie and Kay Carter||Jane Smythe Askins Hamilton|
This is my great, great, great, great Grandmother... I think it is that many greats... I see where she married Peter Hamilton but no mention of her Askins husband and the father of her son Joseph... Do you have any records of her first husband, like what was his name... Sincerely...
|Larry Parker||Janna "Jennie" Pannekoek Jager Swanson|
I saw that you knew a lot about Janna http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=139198996 and her first husband Egbert Jager.
So I want to let you know that I added a photo of Egbert to his memorial:
The caption contains a link to his naturalization documents, in case you have any interest in looking at them.
I have no connection to any Jager, I just find things online and pass them on :)
|Alyce Finley||William Scott|
I noticed that you have a memorial for William Scott, buried in Old Brick Church Cemetery, Fairfield County, South Carolina. Notes that he is your 4ggfather. I have a William Scott in my line in Fairfield County about the same time frame. His father is George Scott (1740 - 1790). His sibling Margaret Scott is my 5th g gmother. Wondering if your father could be her brother. Margaret married a Montgomery. Their daughter's husband (William Reynolds) is also buried in the Old Brick Church Cemetery. Please advise.
|butterfly||Wierenga in Oakwood Muskegon|
Robb if these are your family members, I would like to transfer management to you. Please advise. Thank you.
|Glenda Barry||RE: Cornlia Schuringa|
I have transferred her to you. As always, let me know when I can help you with transfers.
|Glenda Barry||Cornlia Schuringa|
Thank you for the info, I have added it to the memorial. Let me know if you want a transfer.
Have a nice day!
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