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|Eve Link||Find A Grave Memorial# 79297862|
Hello, William A Parker has a note on his bio stating that he was 52y 2m & 13d. When I made the suggestion via the EDIT tab, there's not a place to make comments. All I did was to calculate the dob by the BIO comments. If you think that I calculated the exact date incorrectly, that's ok. However, it seems like his dob can be calculated somehow. If you would like to calculate his birth, it would be greatly appreciated so that we don't have our family member's dob (or at least the year) be blank. Thanks for your help. Sincerely, Eve Link. P.S. I converted dod to the julian day (68) then subtracted number of julian days of 2m 13d (72). Based on that calculation, he was born sometime in late December, 1840. Maybe you could revisit & please update if you feel comfortable. I do not have a birth certificate but the BIO says it all. I'm assuming that this stat is documented on his marker. (thanks again)
Death: Mar. 9, 1893
age 52y 2m 13d
husband of M A Parker
Co G 10th Ia Vol
Added by Eve Link on Feb 02, 2014 10:49 AM
|Marilyn Alvey||I am sorry I missed the instructions|
I am sorry that I did not see your instructions on using the edit button. This has been a rough week. I am going to a very close friends funeral tomorrow and also have had my water frozen up. My mind was not completely on this. And I did not know that Find a grave suggested we ask for transfers through the edit... As I have posted on my profile I am disabled and have a hard time keeping my mind straight. I appreciate the work you have done on adding these graves and helping with our geneology... Thank you for adding the link from my uncle to my grandparents.
|Marilyn Alvey||I guess there is a first...|
I would really have liked to manage my uncles memorial, but since you are not willing, here is the two of the links. Pauline his sister, My GRandmother, is the only sibling still alive. He is the son of Edward Haase #70896721 and Elfie Haase #70896699.
|L. Forbes||RE: Mary Ann Sellers Purinton|
Can you resend me what I submitted please. I will be happy to use the edit.
|L. Forbes||Mary Ann Sellers Purinton|
Mary Ann Sellers wed Jesse A Purinton February 21, 1847 at Muscatine, IA. Mary was Jesse's 2nd spouse.
Please add to her memorial.
|Marilyn Alvey||Please transfer|
Could I please have transferred to me my Great Uncle Floyd Haase #91300939. I would like to link him to his parents and siblings. Thank you, Marilyn Alvey #48045040
|Mike B.||Pvt. Worrell|
His last name is Worrell. There are a few Worrell's in the state of Virginia where he is from. His muster roll has him as Worrell. The yanks misspelled his name. Thank you for your info.
Added by Mike B. on Dec 17, 2013 6:42 AM
|Judi Pegg||Jane Lee Elliott|
Thank you so very much for correcting her name and linking her to her family!
I and fellow genealogists really appreciate your work in putting people on Find A Grave!
|Dori & Ed Chrisp||Lydia (Mack) Young 117445366|
You asked "Do you know if Lydia C is buried in same lot as the two children? Is James buried there also?"
Today I sent EDITS out to link all the nine children to Lydia and James Young.
James Young moved to Frontier County, Nebraska after Lydia's death and later remarried. He is buried in Frontier County, Nebraska.
Our only record is the Mack family Bible which gives all of Lydia and James Young's information and their nine children's information. But it did not list any cemetery lot information. Sorry we could not be of more help.
The Mack Bible did list the two small children were buried in the Afton Cemetery, which is now called the Civil War Era Cemetery. Their bodies were later removed and buried in Greenlawn, but no date was given when this took place.
Dori Chrisp 47796684
|Pennsylvania Lady||William Albert Stephens|
I deleted mine and wanted to thank you for your good eye. I never want to take credit away from someone else.
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