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Mark E. Wirey (#46919974)
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Please let me know if you have any suggested revisions or additions to any memorial I have created. Also, I welcome any information that you provide that will enable me to establish a link to other family members.

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Robert Goss in Garland Brook

Could you please transfer Robert L. Goss, interred in Garland Brook Cemetery to me please? He is my grandfather. His memorial # is 39289019 and my contributor # is 48458575.

Thanks in advance,

Added by JCH1984 on Dec 08, 2014 10:05 PM
Rita Osborne
Memorial# 129589023
Please remove the scanned obituary from Memorial# 129589023.
Added by Rita Osborne on Dec 04, 2014 6:52 PM
Ron Johnson
Johnson Chapel Cemetery
Because the original Johnson Chapel Cemetery in Maury County, with 177 interments (, had an incorrect map location, I started another. Now I realize that I should not have done so.

Repeated requests to combine the two cemeteries have resulted in no action.

So I am taking this recourse: I am asking that you transfer all of your memorial pages to the other, more correctly located Johnson Chapel Cemetery with 150 interments (

Hopefully, after that, the incorrectly placed cemetery can be removed.
Added by Ron Johnson on Nov 21, 2014 8:29 PM
Frank Allen
I believe your Frank Allen, death date 9/22/1960, is buried with Viola Allen at Summit Lawn Cemetery in Hamilton County. The memorial number is 51329421. I can transfer that to your care if you'd like, but we should only have one memorial page for each person, findagrave rules. The first page submitted takes priority.
Added by SunCacher on Nov 17, 2014 7:45 AM
Find A Grave Memorial# 37637563
I wonder if you can recheck the FATHER reflected on this memorial. It states "Born Sept. 16, 1926, in Detroit, Mich., she was the daughter of Hershel and Virgie (Hartwell) Beesley."

I am looking for Beatrice Louise Beesley born 16 Sep 1926 to parents Minor Ardith Beesley (9/5/1901-2/8/1945) married Virgie Hartwell (6/3/1902-?).

I do not know if Minor was also known as Hershel or if Virgie Hartwell remarried after Minors death (I'll keep looking). The information on this memorial match 100% with the names of children, etc.

Thanks for your help! Cathy Fletcher
Added by cjfletcher on Nov 07, 2014 12:24 PM
L Roland Hutchinson #68791614
I'm looking for Children of Mary Ellen (McCloughan) and George Hutchinson I have family reunion picture showing Mary With her infant sons Stanley and Leroy in 1916, and was wondering if Roland could possibly be her son? Mary and George lived in Austin IN in 1915 and they divorced in 1926. If you have any insight into relations would appreciate.

Deb Bruni Giffin

Added by Xcountryrdr on Nov 05, 2014 4:39 PM
Freddie J Hargett
Algie G Turpin - Headstone Picture
Thank you very much for the headstone picture and information supplied. Your kindness is appreciated. Freddie J Hargett
Added by Freddie J Hargett on Nov 04, 2014 10:22 AM
Robert Matthews
Could you please transfer William Leon Cisco #81098201 to me. He is my grandfather and I want to update information on him.

Thanks, Robert Matthews
Added by Robert Matthews on Oct 24, 2014 1:00 PM
Ethel Pearl Long Daugherty
Would you transfer my grandmothers memorial to me?
Her number is 21020295. Thank you for creating it...I remember as a kid going to Kansas in Camp Atterbury on Memorial day and Mamaw would try to scrape dirt over that old marker with her shoe. I guess she knew she was going to be buried in Edinburgh. Thanks again

Kevin Stubblefield
Added by stubbylee on Oct 19, 2014 9:40 AM
B.L. Thompson
Dempsey Manion
Thank you for adding the picture of Dempsey. When he was married to Lottie, he was my neighbor. The only thing I remember is that he had a long beard and walked with a cane. I recall he sat in a straight chair propped against the outside wall of the store. I believe he was operating the town grocery store, but I was less than 4 years old. I always wondered about him because he scared me so much. In later years, I learned that Lottie was my husbands great-aunt. I hope you don't mind that I added it to our family tree. If you do, let me know and I will take it off. Thanks again.
Added by B.L. Thompson on Oct 04, 2014 2:08 PM
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