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The image of the peacock was a logo for a talent agency business in 1969 located in St Simons Island, Georgia. The owner, "Country Bill" Davis, also had residences and/or connections in AL, FL, VA and MA. If you have seen this logo anywhere, please send me a message with any information you have by clicking below on "leave message" - the image could help solve a genealogy mystery...Is "Country Bill" really Charles Gilman Raymond? Thanks for keeping your eyes out for it.|
My motivation is to provide historical records to others. "Pay it forward." If what I've posted helps you in your genealogy or provides you some comfort because you can visit a grave from near or far, then my mission is accomplished and I urge you to help others in some way.
I don't mind if you use my pics for your personal use or even on your genealogy website but say where it came from!! If you save a photo to your computer from findagrave.com, reference findagrave.com and the memorial number, let others know about this website! Without the reference, I consider the image stolen.
If you have any add'l info or corrections on any of the memorials I have posted please use the "EDIT" tab on the memorial to send me a "correction or suggestion."
I am most willing - and passionate - to make the memorials as detailed as possible. I use online and/or hard copy vital records and census records, along with family genealogies and other biographies, data, and newspaper articles to make the memorials I post as complete as possible - I have several projects going at the same time so it may take awhile for me to add details. Research takes time so if you come across one of my memorials that lacks details and you have some, please help me out and send the details along to me via the EDIT tab. If you would provide me your resource(s) I will include in the bio - the source(s) will help generations to come...
Upon my death I authorize any of my memorials to be transferred to any FAG contributor as they are requested.
[thanks to FAG Cathy Clark for this statement on her contributor page as this is my desire and agreement wholeheartedly - perfect and appropriate]
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|granscrap||Clarence Doan Willey|
Thank you for the transfer of the memorial for my grand uncle. Kay
|granscrap||Clarence Doan Willey|
|Tim J.||RE: Peabody transfer|
You are welcome! You have been so helpful to me.
Added by Tim J. on Feb 05, 2016 5:43 PM
|Tim J.||Peabody transfer|
Thank you so much!
Added by Tim J. on Feb 05, 2016 4:10 PM
|P.K. Magruder||Cemetery Walk|
FYI - I've booked a tour of the West Farms Cemetery in Florence for Saturday, 4 June at 2:00 pm. If you are interested, please come.
|Nancy Eliason Walker||RE: Zelinda Wing|
OH, sorry...I was in too much of a hurry and just caught all the 1797's. N
|Jim and Becky Singer||Your email re Mary Young|
Are you related or just a findagrave historian? Mary And George Young were my second great-grandparents. I descend from their daughter Cora who married Reuben Arthur Weeks,
Becky Weeks Singer
|Mary S.||RE: Mae Gover Boisvert 133108646|
No relation, but thanks anyway!
Added by Mary S. on Feb 01, 2016 6:19 AM
|13th Generation Fairbanks in America||RE: Louise Dakin|
Thanks so much for including this poignant story on Mrs. Dakin's memorial. It struck a cord in me because my own father, one of the Chosin Few, was a 25 year old Marine who thankfully survived the "frozen Chosin". So thankful that they finally found the remains of her son, SGT Robert Dakin and returned him to his home town. So sad his mother didn't live to see it.
|Bill R||RE: Sanford Graves|
Thanks for transferring management of my close ancestors. None of us are immune to making mistakes across the various platforms used for family history information. Sure enough, the marriage record says Maria was born in S. Hadley but I had their place of marriage on my mind, so - oops. Too often multiple vital records get recorded and this happened for Maria. The local library newspaper microfilm resolved this for me. But this can have errors, too. The quest for accuracy never ends...
Added by Bill R on Jan 23, 2016 12:56 PM
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