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R. J. Heddins (#47064321)
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Marnicia Coffey
Thanks for responding.

I am from Peter John McCarty's lineage. Are you also in the McCarty lineage? If so would you have a tree I could view? I would greatly appreciate it.
I still would like to know where you found the asylum information as I have not found that online. I have been hoping to find someone who has copies of Bible records or wills of these fine people, and so much is in the trees.

Mary Marinth would be my cousin 3rd 3X removed.(Still trying to understand this!)

Thanks again,

Nicia McCarty Coffey
Added by Marnicia Coffey on Jun 16, 2015 12:42 PM
Marnicia Coffey
Margaret Ann Marinth McCarty
I found your information on Margaret Ann Marintha McCarty so interesting. I am wondering how you came about getting such detailed information. I am from the McCarty lineage. You mentioned she was on record in an asylum and I wondered how you accessed such information. I would appreciate hearing fromyou. Thanks,Nicia
Added by Marnicia Coffey on Jun 14, 2015 8:46 PM
Lee Crockett
Mary Emma ("Amae") Peshoff Duhon
Many thanks for correcting the Peshoff/Duhon data. I usually just ignore the death record spellings I find on the LDS site. They were transcribed incorrectly many, many times. The data on the death record of Emma Peshoff was close enough that I knew it was for the right person.
Added by Lee Crockett on Mar 06, 2015 7:23 PM
Michel Beckers
1st Lt Gus N. Girlinghouse

My name is Michel Beckers and I live in Montfort, a small village in the south of Holland.
I,m doing research after aircrashes in and around my village in WWII.
At the moment I assisting a website with info/pictures off fallen heroes.
A saw on Find a Grave that you posted a few pictures of 1st Lt Gus N. Girlinghouse, who was killed on November 17th 1944 near Düren Germany.
We will make a memorial about 1st Lt Gus N. Girlinghouse... Question, it possible to have a copy of these pictures ? and can we use this to his memorial on or website ?

Your name will be mention as the source,

We will appreciate it very munch, but don't feel obliged,

Hope to hear from you soon,

Regards, Michel Beckers

Added by Michel Beckers on Dec 17, 2014 8:01 AM
Susan-HCBAR Historic Cemetery Preservation-SRP
Edit notices
The edit emails have not stopped. The (I call it the shortcut edit) edit tab gives more flexibility, so it has been added as a feature and most contributors like it better since there is usually more accuracy. I still sometimes send edits the long way like we are all used to when I have supporting evidence as to why I want a particular edit done...makes sense to do it that way since most contributors think twice before they change something ....I'd like to know why a change is requested before I edit, so I send my "note" along with.... maybe the info came from an obit from a child, or from a d.c. showing on another memorial, so I mention that in my msg.
Added by Susan-HCBAR Historic Ceme... on Dec 08, 2014 4:27 AM
Edits on FAG
Could you please process the pending Edits? Find A Grave isn't sending out email notices any longer. The edit requests are located on the Edits tab at the top of your Find A Grave profile page. Thanks so much!
Added by sherrien59 on Dec 06, 2014 1:45 PM
John Pichnic
Pichnic Family

Are you related to John Pichnich #70606125, and Mary Peshoff-Pichnich #70606695 ? They are my Gr.Grandparents.

John Pichnic
Added by John Pichnic on Nov 21, 2014 9:26 AM
RE: Find-A-Grave 106794959
Oh and as a secondary note, I don't know if I mentioned it but the John Eddie died in about 83 I think it was in Lake Charles. Might be a Social Security Death record on him. I will post a Obituary as soon as I get the chance. I have access to local newspaper article all the way back to around 1890 online. Let me know if you need something looked up or any help at all in anything as far as that goes. I will be online till June 2015.
Added by CajunPaul on Oct 13, 2014 1:25 PM
RE: Find-A-Grave 106794959
I only knew one of my Grandparents and he died when I was about 6 the rest died pretty much prior to my birth. My parents never talked about the past, father died when I was 15, mother just died in 2009. So I got started pretty much knowing nothing and have gone from there.
I have found out my Theriot heritage goes way back. I am also a direct descendant to most pioneers of Lake Charles Louisiana, in fact the city is named after one of my Grandparents. My heritage reaches all corners of Southwest Louisiana, if they were born here before 1960 I can pretty much guarantee they are kin to me.
Added by CajunPaul on Oct 13, 2014 1:22 PM
By the Way
I appreciate what you do. Their are many lost souls out there that still need to be remembered.
Added by CajunPaul on Oct 13, 2014 9:11 AM
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