| || member for 8 years, 1 month, 9 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
I have researched my family tree off and on for many years. I have recently moved to Northeast Mississippi. I previously lived in the Memphis area and still photograph there often. I'll be glad to help with photo request. I will gladly transfer ownership of memorials I've added to family members, just let me know. My families are Rupprecht, Redditt, Godsey, Vanderford, Hancock and Magers.|
|Messages left for Paula (273)||[Leave Message]|
cal buddy franks was married to joyce brown had children his oldest daughter this died in Iuka,ms I will get the infor on her had four children
|Nancy Yankie Sidarous||RE: Wm S Whitfield|
Hi, Paua - I work on so many Whitfields that it's mind boggling! Can you send me the memorial #? Are you a Whitfield relation? Thanks, Nanxy
|Ann Taylor||John J Vanderford|
Hey Paula. Thanks for the fast turnaround on the picture. The flag was a nice touch. Ann
|Cindy Moore Brigman 💕||Travis Orlander Vanderford # 161715810|
Thank you for linking parents
I found the information on Andrew Gillespie that was kicked by the horse.He is not te father.
|darla halley||T.H. Gillespie|
No I don't need a transfer.
He was listed on the obituary of his brother memorial #92090990 Andrew Jackson Gillespie.His fahers name is also Andrew Jackson Gillespie
I added a link request for his brother and I will add the obituary information to that page today.Hopefully the contributor that made that page will add it.The obituary is on the Texas Gen Web Project Colorado County
There is also another Andrew Gillespie on the web sight in Colorado County.He was born in C.1869 and died Dec. 31,1884.The obituary said he was kicked by a horse cemetery unknown.That birth date is may have been typed wrong because I think it's the father.
Thanks for adding that cemetery information to find a grave.
Paula, thank you so much for taking the picture and posting it.
|Christopher Banks||Owen Holder|
Paula, sincere thanks for finding and photographing my cousin's grave. His wife Etta's mother was the daughter of my great grand uncle Jefferson Sherman Carroll Banks. Your kindness and thoughtfulness in helping to improve his memorial is greatly appreciated.
|B Palmer||Hiram Chapman|
I wanted to thank you for the picture you took of the grave marker for Hiram Chapman from the National Cemetery in Corinth, Mississippi. It mean a whole lot to me to see it given his background. Could I get permission to use it for my family tree on Ancestry. I will credit you for the photo. Thank you.
Added by B Palmer on Apr 03, 2016 10:39 PM
I was checking family at Prairie View Cemetery in Chippewa Falls, WI., I noticed you have info for John R Melville(#31473138) who was in the Civil War, K, 30 Wis Inf.
There is another grave for Jno Melville(#113958223)this headstone is military issued and also reads K 30 Wis Inf, another member has the photo with no information.
How does Find A Grave handle dual entries? Is it correctable?
I'm a new member and not sure of all the rules.
|[View all messages...]|