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The vast majority of pages I've added to Find-a-Grave are for strangers. I'm always happy to transfer pages to people who know something about these strangers. If you would like for me to transfer a page to you, please let me know (preferably by clicking on "edit" and then "suggest correction" since that will provide both a link to the page and a link to your contributor page with the necessary ID# for the transfer).|
I live in Jackson (Hinds County), Mississippi, and love "graving," whether here in central Mississippi or in other places when I'm traveling. If you find errors in my listings, please send me corrections.
A note about photo requests: If you make a request for Lakewood Memorial Park or Lakewood South, please include the section and plot number.
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Thank you for the Shannon transfers. I appreciate the quick response and all that you do to help families.
Added by Shannon on Sep 16, 2014 4:17 PM
|JackiMex||George Jefferson Dicks|
Thank you for making the memorial for George and for including the gravestone photo.
I would like to ask for your permission to use that photo (and others you may have taken of gravestones of my ancestors) in my family tree on ancestry.com. Because the photographer has a copyright for each photo, I always ask before using a photo on another web site. I will, of course, put your name as the photographer and the web site of the memorial(s) as the source.
Thank you for considering my request,
Added by JackiMex on Sep 15, 2014 11:31 PM
|Hannah||RE: William H. Stamps|
Thank you so much for the info. I know A Harwell-Brown so will check with her. You are doing a good things by adding all of these memorials, photos, etc.
Added by Hannah on Sep 08, 2014 8:42 PM
|Hannah||William H. Stamps|
First I want to thank you for the time and effort you put into the Stamps family. I am curious where you got the info on where he was born and how you found out who his children were. I always thought he was from Mississippi but the 1920 census record for William S. Stamps says that his father and mother were born in Tennessee. Certainly not being critical, just curious. Thanks again for your efforts.
Added by Hannah on Sep 07, 2014 11:09 PM
Thank you for transferring all the Comptons, my family to me. I will be working on the bios, etc!
|janet||william chester trawick|
William Chester Trawick's date of birth is April 1945 not 1954.
Thank you for pointing out my mistake.
Added by janet on Sep 06, 2014 11:13 AM
Please add some information for W. C. Traweek memorial #13742886 at Forest Cemetery, Forest, West Carroll Parish, Louisiana.
Full name was William Chester Traweek Born April 1854 Mississippi. Died February 1934 Forest, West Carroll Parish, Louisiana.
Please connect to his wife, Catherine M. Traweek #30097804. At a different cemetery.
Added by janet on Sep 05, 2014 3:05 PM
Thank you very much for transferring Henry Steppach's memorial to my account.
|John Welsch||Simon Stein|
Simon and Ameila Stein are my grandmother's grandparents. She always wanted to let her grandchildren loose to find their graves. Thank you so much for doing this
|Gina||The Rev. George Weller|
A cousin has pointed out that both you and I have posted the Rev. George Weller, Cedar Hill Cemetery, Vicksburg, MS and that your post was the first; I do not know how to transfer the later post to you, but it is more complete. It does not matter to me which of us handles the graves of my great-great-grandparents there. If you will instruct me, I shall do whatever you suggest. Having a duplicate is probably confusing to lots of people. Thank you, Gina Weller Webb
Added by Gina on Aug 20, 2014 6:26 PM
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