|J.L. McKenzie (#47237840)|
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I've been researching my family history for about 20 years. I've taken lots of photos of tombstones, starting back when people I knew thought that was strange. It's amazing to find a whole community of people who think like I do, and who are willing to share.|
If I've listed one of your relatives and they're not related to me, just ask and I'll be happy to transfer their care to you.
I also give Find a Grave Staff full permission to transfer any of my Memorials to whomever wants them upon my death. Hopefully this will help eliminate what I call 'Dead Memorials'.
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I wanted to thank you for adding the photos of the plaque we have by a tree on Ben Butterworth Parkway, Moline, IL, and of my father, Daniel J. Bowden, in his entry on this site. I look forward to doing a little bit of grave hunting this spring, myself, with my young daughter. You can never start them to soon, teaching kids the importance of history and our ancestors! :) Take care and thanks for being so thorough in your work, Casey Bowden
Added by cb on Jan 23, 2015 2:07 PM
|wings214||RE: James Henry Green|
You are very welcome, although I consider it an honor to do so. My father was a Marine who fought in WWII as well. Best wishes to you.
Added by wings214 on Dec 01, 2014 12:13 AM
Thank you very much for the transfer
Added by Larry046 on Sep 17, 2014 9:05 PM
Many thanks for the gravestone photo of my cousin, Lieut Floyd Raymond Drake; I'm not sure that I saw it before now. Nice with the flag beside it!
|Nancy Wright||John Wright #34092993|
My name is Nancy Wright. I am married to Daniel Curtis Wright who is a six generation grandson to John Wright. I am wondering if you are related to John Wright. I love Find a Grave and want to thank you for maintaining the site. Hope to hear from you soon.
|Nancy Gilbert Jenkins||RE: Rock Island Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the clarafication on the cemetery. I will check out the website.
Thanks again for your help.
|Nancy Gilbert Jenkins||Rock Island Cemetery|
I'm needing some information. There is a map of the Rock Island Cemetery and at the very top left it shows "Conf. Cem" .... is this where the confederate soldier are buried? My relative is buried in Sec A #1915, there is no picture, but just wanted to have an idea exactly where he is located. The name of the soldier is Joseph L. Parsons.
Thank you for all your time.
|Fuller Jones||James and guilford Courthouse|
I stand corrected; As you say, James recovered and served later. I mistakenly assumed he was not serving at the time of the Guilford Courthouse battle.
|Fuller Jones||Info for James Larimore|
Hi, I am assisting an applicant to the Sons of the American Revolution and James is his ancestor. Regarding the info shown, James was badly wounded at Briars Creek in 1779, so it is not likely that he fought at Guilford in 1781. The official pension file letter also does not mention Guilford Courthouse. Also I find it unlikely that his death was in Indiana, since he lived in NC and is buried there. Just thought you might want to correct the write up when you have a chance.
|Teresa C||Hubbart in Greenup, IL|
Thank you so much for the pictures! I descend from Charles and Lilley through their son Henry. Been a brick wall for a long time.
Added by Teresa C on Aug 18, 2012 3:29 PM
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