|Gene Ewert (#46479274)|
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I have been doing genealogy and family history since I was about 22 years old. I now live in Wilson County, Kansas where I do not have any personal family links, so I do voluteer lookups at our local library and cemeteries.|
My philosophy is that memorials should be in the hands of those who loved and knew the individuals. Why would I want to hang on to "ownership" of a memorial of someone's loved one who could contribute so much more to their lives? Just please make transfer requests through the memorial's "Edit" tab. Please let me know your relationship to the person if you would. I would want you to have some kind of personal knowledge of that person. And of course if it is my relative too, I would probably be more of a stickler for the "official" guidelines.
I truly hope some of my work helps others locating their loved ones. I have had SO MANY people on here help me. I can never express my fullest gratitude.
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|Gwen Sherman||Carrie Stewart|
I am researching the Sherman family of eastern NC and found where you posted a pic of the head stone of Carrie Stewart, wife of JT Stewart. She is buried in the Battle Park Cemetery in Nash Co, NC. I was so excited to find this and wondered if you would by any chance have any info on her husband's name? Thank you so much for all your hard work.
|Judy Mayfield||James Hunter|
Parents links have been made.
|Carole Linderoth||Caroline Jane Elston Staton|
Gene - I know that you located a headstone for Caroline's husband, Joseph, in the Buffville cemetery. Is there also a headstone for Caroline? I know she died about 8 years after Joseph, and that she died in Wilson county, but cannot find records of where she is buried. Any help you can offer is much appreciated.
Carole Ann Staton Linderoth
|Doc Wilson||RE: Pvt. John R. Ezzell|
No, I'm not a relation. Besides working on my own family, my particular interest on Find A Grave is tracking down what happened to North Carolina's war dead from WWI, most of whom, like Pvt Ezzell, were in the 30th Division. FWIW, the 30th was nicknamed the "Old Hickory Division because most of its soldiers were from North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee, the three states which claimed Andrew Jackson as a native son.
Gene, please connect Nellie Lamb-Baldwin, memorial #74238102 to her parents in Star Cemetery. Father, memorial #70368579 and mother, memorial #70369589.
Thank you very much. Lynda
Added by Lynda on May 27, 2013 7:22 AM
|Lynda||Family Link Request|
Please connect Mary Melvina Tanksley-Stark memorial #11892233 to her parents in the same cemetery [Shelly]. Father is: William Edward Tanksley memorial #12190653. Mother is Margaret Jane Roberts-Tanksley memorial #12190670.
It would also be helpful if you would add the Roberts maiden name for Margaret.
I see your name on so many of the family members I am researching. Thank you for your generous volunteer work. Lynda
Added by Lynda on May 21, 2013 6:28 PM
Thanks so much, Gene, for the transfer.
Added by JDAVIS on Apr 08, 2013 4:17 PM
|JDAVIS||Margaret D. Hux|
Hi Gene, would you mind transferring # 8357173 (Margaret D. Hux) to me? Margaret is my great grandmother and I would like to link my grandmother and other children to her. Thanks!
Added by JDAVIS on Apr 05, 2013 5:05 PM
|IrishGirl67||Iva & Harry Wilson|
Thank you for the transfer.
|IrishGirl67||RE: Memorial for Iva Wilson|
Iva is my great grand aunt. If you would like to transfer her memorial I would be happy to have it.
Thank you for all that you do!
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