|Doris Snyder (#47280500)|
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Please read Find a Grave policy regarding transfers when making a request. PLEASE USE THE EDIT BUTTON (Suggest a Correction) TO SEND YOUR INFORMATION AND TRANSFER REQUESTS.
When adding information I use a combination of sources. The Death Certificate, Obituary, Ancestry.com, Social Security Death Index, and Cemetery Records. If information does not match I do not add it or I make a note.
When only the dates appear on a stone it is sometimes one year off, but I verify and use the correct date from the cemetery records, death certificate, SSDI and obituary.
I received some additional memorials of members who are deceased or no longer active. Any additional information or corrections will be gladly made upon request.
Thanks for your interest in FindaGrave.
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|A Girl Who Loves Genealogy||HUGs of appreciation sent your way!|
I had to take a moments to send my thanks from Dallas for inputting Finnish Cemeteries into FindAGrave! My grandparents were born in Finland and with the help of a wonderful findagrave volunteer who spoke and wrote Finnish, I was able to piece together my family.
Many of us do not speak Finnish any longer but yearn to see the headstones of our relatives.
I had to take a few moments to thank you from the bottom of my heart for doing this work. Many of us are Finnish descendants and love finding our roots.
Hugs of appreciation sent your way!
We truly love you here in Dallas!
|Sherry Ross||Judith Adams|
Thank you so much for the transfer, we will take good care of her.
Just wanted to say a big thank you for tranfering my great grandparents to me... It means the world to me..
Thank yo so much for your recent family transfer #103154294 . Would also like to thank you for your work in Find A Grave and for your kindness in transferring family Sincerely , Kay
|Kim S.||RE: Julia|
Well, you probably know the family history then??? I have it back to the immigrant, and no doubt you do, too. The general consensus is that all people with the surname Groseclose come from him, since his name was created upon immigration and all seem to go back to him.
Thank you for the transfer! This branch is definitely mine - Emerson was the younger brother of my great grandpa, and they "went west" together with their brother William. Only the youngest two kids stayed behind - a boy and a girl.
Added by Kim S. on Mar 05, 2014 4:18 PM
|jcq||RE: Earl Hanna|
My husband's grandmother, Mary Louise Hanna, was the half-sister of Earl Calima, Henry Morris, Claude Edward, and Celia Ann Hanna. They all had the same father, James A. "Paddy" Hanna.
Added by jcq on Mar 04, 2014 12:45 PM
Thank you for transferring my father to me. I greatly appreciate it.
|Bob Pyle||Willis Pyle|
Thank you for the transfer of Willis.
Added by Bob Pyle on Feb 24, 2014 7:16 AM
One has to transfer up to 4 generations direct line but it doesn't say how many grandfathers. I suppose if ones parents got married multiple times one could have 4 or more grandfathers. I think she is using the term loosely to collect transfers.
|Christina York-Rehn||Carl Richard Jones|
Thank you for transferring my Grandpa Jones to me. I greatly appreciate it!!
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