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If you send an email be sure to put findagrave in the subject line. Sometimes mail lands in the spam box. If I do not recognize the sender or subject it is deleted without being opened.
PLEASE, PLEASE use the edit tab in the upper right of the memorial page, click on suggest a correction and make your request, comment, suggestion, transfer request etc. This will create an email with a direct link to the memorial, which makes it easier for everyone. Sending an email with the name and info is not the correct way to do this.
A number of memorials in Saranac Cemetery in Saranac, Michigan have been transferred to me. If you have any additional info about any of these I will be glad to transfer them.
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|Clayton Stewart||William Cooksey|
Thanks for the photo of William Cooksey's gravesite. He was an older brother of my grandmother. It is much appreciated.
|Goldeneagle||Riverside Mem. Pk. #9735373|
This could be Fred Sterling. Fred is the husband of Mary Matthews Sterling.
|Patricia L. Smith||Transfers of Mains and Curtiss Family|
Thank you for all these transfers. It looks as though I'm going to have a busy morning adding information to these sites:-)
|Patricia L. Smith||Transfer|
Thank you for the transfer of Abigail Barnard Curtiss. This was a surprise and I will care for it well and thank you for creating the site:-)
|QuiteContrary||104684348 Martha Brinson James|
This entry has an article in our local paper today. She may be famous. In the early hours of Jan. 23, 1943, a young bride from Norfolk was attacked and killed while sleeping on a Southern Pacific passenger train traveling through Oregon's Willamette Valley. Martha Brinson James' murder has been called the most famous railway slaying in U.S. history, according to board postings on Ancestry.com, and was featured on the Discovery Channel.
|Marcia Lynne vonGunden||Transfer and a big thank you|
Thank you for your generosity in transferring:
Dorothy E. Howell Mangum # 79386273
to my care. I have successfully connected her with her mother and two sisters.
I spent a long time trying to find her mother, once I did I was pleased to be able to "reunite" her with her daughter.
As I receive more information, I will add it to Our shared memorial.
With sincerest appreciation,
|Ann Gardner||RE: Kerr at Riverside|
Thank you for taking the time to locate, photograph, and post the gravestone for Stephen K. Kerr. Thank you also for the information and all your work on Findagrave.com !
|NGL||Woodlawn Memorial Gardens|
Martha Stephens Ferrer - - thanks for the link to her parents. Kind regards, Nancy in Alabama.
Added by NGL on Sep 06, 2014 6:17 PM
Was wondering if you had ever come across either of these names? Having a hard time finding any info.
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