|Deb Minniear Rush (#46796299)|
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I got the bug after my Dad died in 1997. I can't get rid of it either. ;) Not only do I do this for myself but for everyone else that I can help along the way. I belong to the Cass County, Indiana, Genealogical Society.|
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|Claire Ehrhart Abel||Mary McClain 34818129|
You posted a picture of her marker - could you possibly tell me what is inscribed on it and who else is on the marker?
I think she might be Mary Peacock who married John McClain - and had 5 children Orlando, Laura, Aurora, Viola and Elmer
I found Mary in the 1870 census in Indiana
Then John and 3 of the children are in Kansas in 1880 and the last name is spelled McLain
Thank you for any help you can give me
|J Leazenby||Doll Memorial|
Thank you SO MUCH for the changes you made to the Doll memorials!! I appreciate it!!
Thanks for adding the information on their memorials.
Tx for your quick response -
Can you add the following to Martin Henry McHale -
Nick name "Tinner" died in Philadelphia, PA, USA
Son of #34645877 & 3464587 (Patrick F. Dwyer & Maria McHale)
married to #12291938 Marguerite M. CARROLL Dwyer
Thanks again - Mike
|Michael Sullivan||Dwyer's - Mount Hope Cemetery|
Hi Deb -
I am trying to organize my maternal line and the Dwyer's you edit in the Mount Hope Cemetery in Logansport, Indiana are my cousins through Maria "Mariah" McHale Dwyer (my great grand aunt). Maria was 1 of 14 McHale children born to my great great grandparents in Kincon, Mayo, Ireland. Two of her sisters were my great grandmother and step great grandmother, Margaret McHale Lawlor and Bridget McHale Hughes. I was wondering if you would be willing to transfer them to me or I could send you in an email the additional info along with memorial numbers to attach for relationships?
Thanks so much - Mike
|Dennis York||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 11501906|
Thank you for your kindness. Credit with your permission to use will be gladly given. Thanks for sharing when traveling to these remote cemeteries is not a option for me to visit the grave site of my relatives.
|Dennis York||Find A Grave Memorial# 11501906|
Please consider this a request to copy and use your tombstone photograph of my lost relative John York Find A Grave Memorial# 11501906. If you have a clean photo copy I could use that would be great. I would also like to have permission to copy and use your tombstone photos of my other York relatives and their wives and children in the Davis Cemetery, Burnettsville (White County), Cass County, Indiana. What a wonderful discovery of many lost cousins! Your kind consideration of this request will be greatly appreciated.
Thank You, Dennis York, Find A Grave # 47405652, firstname.lastname@example.org
|M. Richards||Possible transfer of #66217970|
Thank you for posting a memorial page for my Grand-Aunt Minerva (nee Allhands) Saylor Hatton. I have information I would like to add to her bio. She is out of guidelines for transfer, so I understand if you do not want to transfer her memorial. ( I tried edit tab but a robot thingy wouldn't let me send request.) I would like to tell you that the family appreciates all your time and effort put into creating a page for Aunt Minnie in the first place. Also thank you for helping so many folks with your work on Find-A-Grave.
|TimC||Wiliam T Guckien 34780690 photo|
It looks like the wrong photo was posted to this memorial.
Thought you would want to know
Added by TimC on Feb 05, 2016 3:22 PM
|Korinne Stover||Charles Albert Smith # 59707788|
I was wondering if you could link Charles with his parents. I was going to create a page for Charles and noticed that he already had one.
His father is Joseph Malcolm Smith # 147513359
His mother is Elizabeth Riegel Smith # 147513435
Thank you so much!!! :)
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