|Joe Gibbens (#47088892)|
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PLEASE MAKE CORRECTIONS OFF OF THE 'EDIT' BUTTON ON THE MEMORIAL, DON'T MAKE ME CHASE IT DOWN. THERE HAS BEEN A RASH OF POSTING CORRECTIONS ON THIS PERSONAL PAGE.|
I began my interest in genealogy at about age 12 when I found interesting writings about previous generations of the family and I made copies for myself and kept them in a safe place because I thought it was fascinating. I still have those notes at age 68. I grew up in Wichita and San Antonio. Graduated high school in San Antonio.
I'm a Spec 5 Vietnam veteran married for 46 years with 3 children and 6 grand-children located in Wichita, Kansas.
I enjoy documenting graves so that others can find their kin easily and accurately. I'm grateful to those kind souls who have helped me in my research and am happy to return the favor. For every memorial I enter onto this site, that's another memorial that has a chance of getting into the right hands of family or friends.
Thanks to everyone who has sent encouraging and positive thoughts! I don't always have time to answer everyone back, but please know you too are appreciated.
Duplicates: It is never my intention to create a duplicate on purpose. If you come across a duplicate I have made, please use the SAC and let me know. Nicely, please. I'll be happy to remove it. Please don't create a duplicate of my memorials; I would rather you just ask for a transfer instead of creating a duplicate. I promise I won't grill you or make you prove your relationship to the deceased!
And for those that don't seem to get what a dupe is: If I enter a memorial on March 1st for Colby Smith and then someone else enters another memorial for the same Colby Smith on March 15th, the one entered on March 15th is the dupe, not mine.
Transfers: I will make transfers within Findagrave guidelines.
Photos: Please feel free to use any cemetery or grave photos I have posted on Findagrave for your personal use, public or private. For any photos of people, please contact me first. Some of them I have obtained permission to use from other sources and will need to run it by them first.
****If you volunteer on this website and decide you no longer want to maintain the records please transfer your records to someone who has an active account and willing to take over the records. I am one of many willing to take over records. This really will help reduce duplicates. It would also be a good idea to leave someone instructions on how to do make these transfers should you go inactive without warning.***** Thank You (Borrowed from another FAG Contributor)
Like so many other contributors, I've had to take my e-mail off my bio due to unsolicited, unwanted e-mails.
Thank you to findagrave member T.V.F.T.H. for allowing me to use the Duplicates and Photos language above.
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|Merf||RE: John Samuel Lipske|
No prob. I've discovered that Glenwood is actually in Umatilla, Lake County...someone added it incorrectly and has caused dozens of memorials to be placed there by mistake.
Added by Merf on Sep 21, 2014 4:49 PM
|Nancy (Cowley) Weise||95018972|
Please check his tombstone for his dates. Thank you.
|Ray Sherley||Info On James E Irvine-Please add to bio|
# 26 JAMES EDWIN IRVINE TERM: 1935-1939
BORN: 4 MAR. 1876 INDIANA
DIED: 16 MAY 1943 Forest Grove Cemetery
Rice County, Kansas
1880: James's father, David, lived in Remington, Indiana and worked in brickyard.
James was the youngest of five older brothers.
1895 KANSAS CENSUS: James (19) lived in Union, Kansas with his father, David L. Irvine, a 77 year old lady named Celia, and two younger brothers, whose names were Frank and Carl. No mention of the mother of the household is made in this census.
James' registration for the World War I draft describes him as Tall, with a Stout build, and having Blue eyes ad Dark hair. At that time he lived with his wife Martha in Little River Kansas.
1920: James and Martha E. are living in Empire, Ellsworth County, Kansas with four children.
1925: At the time of this census, the couple lived in Odessa, Rice County, Kansas.
1930: James and Martha E. had moved and now were living in Mulberry, Ellsworth County Kansas with their children, Olga, Dale and Marie.
1934: James E. (Jim) Irvine won his first term over Chauncey Flora (who had been sheriff previously). Irvine took office in 1935. Serving two terms, his office ran until 1939.
1935: Leavenworth Times headlines read: “Leavenworth Sheriff and Police crack down on Policy Drawing activities.” On Oct 25th, four men in County Jail.
Authorities say Policy is coming out of St. Joseph and Kansas City.
1936: In the 1936 Sheriff Race, Irvine ran unopposed.
1938: During his final year in office, Two murders occur in a single week.
1943: James E. Irvine died on 16 May, 1943 at the age of 67 years. He and his wife Martha are buried in Rice County, Kansas in Forest Grove Cemetery.
|Kate Nadeau||Thank you|
Joe, thank you for the "faster than light" transfers.
I'm interested in knowing if you are related to Leo J. BECKER (& family)? Leo's mother is connected to my family and I would like to correspond with those related.
Feel free to email me directly: email@example.com
Added by unette on Sep 10, 2014 6:02 PM
|Cheryl White||Walter Saunders, Lynn Creek|
Thanks, Joe, for the transfer. I added his 1907 obit and found links for his parents, wife, three brothers and a sister.
|mjshistory||Chippewa Falls burials edits|
Thank you for the quick additions, and catching a typo as well. You are fast! Much appreciated.
Thanks for making the links and name additions to Edna Gray. My bad - I misspelled Grace and made an additional correction. Many thanks, Carol,
Added by Carol on Sep 08, 2014 9:27 AM
You need to slightly change your bio concerning transfers to the following or similar wording. "I will not make transfers outside of Find A Grave guidelines." Oh yeah, you will make transfers within Find A Grave guidelines. Let's put this way, If you don't transfer within their guidelines they will do the transfer for you. I had a hard nosed unrelated fella to the memorial who refused to transfer after the fourth request. Find A Grave is watching for these types in their edits, so on the fourth request rather than transfer, he deleted the memorial with pictures that weren't his. Find A Grave resolved it. I hope you don't fall into this scenario.
I am wondering if you have any info of where Frank Ball is from or relations? Or if you have a picture of Frank and Hazel Ball? They may have lived in Missouri, Arkansas, and of course ~ Kansas.
I am looking for my Grandfather's brother Frank Ball who lived in Wichita, KS about 1965. He had another brother who lived in Fayetteville, AR named Paul L. Ball.
Mother is Mary Canzada Bruce and father Logan Ball both resided in AR until their deaths.
Added by 48493417 on Sep 05, 2014 3:42 PM
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