|Linda Cardenas (#47118566)|
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I have been researching my family history for many years and am fascinated with cemeteries. I love the old headstones. They were so unique.|
I started adding information to F.A.G. from obituaries my aunt had kept on people she knew. It progressed into trying to complete as many cemeteries in the area as I could.
If I have created a memorial for one of your family members; please let me know and I will transfer it to you.
I don't mind my headstone pictures being used; but, I would appreciate being asked first and to be given credit for taking the picture. It is only common courtesy. I spend a lot of time and gas in documenting the rural cemeteries in this area and don't appreciate those who think I am petty because I expect to be given credit for the work I do.
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|Carolyn Marriott||Thank You|
Thank you for your wonderful selfless work. I'm sure it's appreciated by all.
|Charles Johnson||RE: Emma Josephine Baker|
I just discovered your message to me from over a year ago. I am so sorry. Thank you for the message. I have just discovered the grave of Emma Josephine in Washita County. She died in 1901, four years before the Mountain View Cemetery was established.
She is shown in Find A Grave as Emma Josephine BARKER instead of BAKER. I have sent in a correction but have not gotten a reply. I now am satisfied that the Baker grave in Mountain View is not Emma Josephine but is the original grave of her sister Mary Alice, who died in 1918 while serving as a volunteer nurse at Ft Riley Kansas. The new marker for Mary Alice was added later I believe by the Mountain View American Legion chapter.
|Phyllis Medeiros||RE: Ethel & Roger Kayser|
I would be related through his wife, Ethel Cleo (Rogers)Kayser. Her mother, Martha Ellen "Ella" (Hatchett) was a Great-Aunt to me. My Great-Grandfather was Ella's brother James Sterling Hatchett.
Ethel's father, Jon Rogers, had his funeral at the home of James Sterling Hatchett. My Grandmother was little then, but she always remembered it.
|Jeani Clark Weir||Velma Darcey Transfer|
I decided to just cut and paste all my info for her onto the memorial you created and deleted the one I created.. Thank you for all your help. Jeani
|Jeani Clark Weir||RE: Velma Darcey|
I am sorry I did not add the memorial number.
yours is 70448106 and mine is 108189194. Thank you for the transfer and now do you know how I can merge them? Or do I just have to delete one? Thank you for the help too.. I appreciate it very much.. Jeani
|Robin Wootton Carter||RE: Hardy and Zona Graham|
Thank you for transferring these memorials to me. Your kindness is much appreciated. I am thankful for caring people like you!
|Robin Wootton Carter||Hardy Kasling and Zona Ladelia Hyder Graham|
One further request which I came upon . . . Zona L. Graham was my grandma's sister. I visited her and her husband, Hardy (who taught me to play checkers)often when I was growing up. Would you please consider transferring their memorials to me? It is totally up to you, but I also have family information for their children, H.K. (Junior) and Gerald Wayne Graham, if you wanted to transfer them also. Again, thank you for your kind consideration.
|Robin Wootton Carter||James and Mahala Aldridge|
Thank you for transferring these memorials to me. I am so grateful to you for caring enough to do what you do for other people. :)
|Robin Wootton Carter||James William and Mahala Catherine Coy Aldridge|
My name is Robin Wootton Carter. I am the great-great granddaughter of James and Mahala Aldridge buried in Retrop Cemetery. Thank you for taking the time to create a memorial for each of them. It is very kind of you to do so. I love family history and wondered if you would consider transferring management of their memorials to me. I would appreciate it very much. Thank you for your consideration. :)
|Mike Adduddell||RE: George Lovelace|
This is very, very distant family= extended family.
No need to transfer these family members.
I am working on the 5 civilized tribes' extended family, of which i have gathered 6500 in the last 90 days. I do not always know which tribe I am working on--only that they tie back to Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek and Cherokee families. Haven't tied back to Seminoles so far.
I hope the info is helpful to someone.
I appreciate your good work. It makes such a big difference in finding our relatives. I know they will bless you in the eternities for your work.
Best of Wishes to you and your family,
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