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|Russ Thomas||Advice on memorial you transferred to me for Arthur Rather Huggins|
Thanks for pointing out the memorial you transferred to me for Arthur Rather Huggins was actually a duplicate (the headstone is actually spelled "Huggins" on the memorial pic you posted for Arthur Rather Huggins even through the main stone says "Hugghins" - go figure).
I was going to delete the memorial since it is newer, but I didn't want to lose the picture.
Do you want to upload the picture again to the older memorial before I delete, or I can download and then reupload (but it will show that I did the picture so I wanted to ask you first so you didn't think I was trying to take credit for your work).
Let me know how you'd like to handle.
The newer memorial created by you and managed that you transferred to me is:
Arthur Rather Huggins
Find A Grave Memorial# 125419407
The older memorial that doesn't have your picture is:
Arthur Rather Hugghins
Find A Grave Memorial# 68806488
|Gloria Jaynes||Couple of things|
Leslie Waynes Jaynes family link number is 80608357 at Mt Zion Baptist Cemetery his name is mixed with his twin sisters name Leila Belle JAYNES Lemmon 80608767 she is married to Ollin W. Lemmon
I've ask for a transfer and I sent it to Findagrave no results yet. Been a month
Next Leslie was married to "Nettie" Walker they have her married to Leslie Walker Haynes 113015538 Kildare cemetery so that is another name mix up.
Leslie and Nettie had 4 children LW, Kenneth,Claire, and Sylvia I have sent the edit tab for the links connect.
I read your Messages and seems you are good at getting things straighten out, I've had some with Sprinkle dirt also. Thank you if you can help
Thanks for getting the pictures of their markers and thank for helping family find family.
|Cherokee Rose||George Arthur Gillespie, Sr.|
Thanks so much for adding the grave photos for George Arthur Gillespie, Sr. They're perfect! Marlene
|Dorothy Sunday||James Hampton|
Thank you so much for the great pictures.
|Marilyn Kosanke||Lou Washington Memorial|
Thanks for figuring out my error as to which cemetery Lou is in. I'll leave my memorial in place until the person who added the photos transfers them to the other memorial. Then I will delete my memorial.
|Douglas C. Johnson||Memorial Images|
I would like to thank you for the most excellent images of the grave markers that I requested. I really appreciate the size and quality of the pictures that you made for me. It is people like you that make searching for my roots an enjoyable experience.
Also, may I use the images on the FamilySearch family tree website? I would of course list it with full credit given to you for the use of the images.
|Ronnie V. Sellers||RE: Aiken Headstone's|
I know what you mean about (Sparkledirt). I'm correcting all that I run into.
I'm glad you got a photo of Dave's grave. That clears up a lot for me. He is the brother of Joseph F. Aiken and Sarah Brown. Both of them are buried in New Prospect Cemetery.
As for spelling the Aiken name. I'll use Dave as an example. He is William David or Davis Aiken. On the 1920 census he's Dave Akins. 1910 he's Dave W. Akin, in 1900 he's William D. Aiken, in 1880 he's William D. Aikins, in 1870 he's William Aekins, in 1860 he's W. D. Aikens and in 1850 York County, South Carolina he's William D. Akin. So anything that look's like Aiken is part of that family.
Once again, thank you and your wife for all of the help you've given me.
Have a Great Day
|Mintnchocolate||Margery Dunklin Horsley|
You are wonderful. You actually found my great grandmother's grave. I know it is her grave because I have the exact same picture. My mother had the right grave but wrote the wrong place on it. She for some reason thought it was in Shady Dale, Georgia but it is not. It is in Texas where her husband lived and was buried. He is buried in a different cemetery in Texas.
I am sending a donation to Find A Grave in appreciation of all your work and help.
Again thank you.
|Sue||Bethia Milburn Hope|
Haha - I guess I was about as clear as mud. There isn't a photo for her yet, but you made a memorial page for her and issued a photo request. I was hoping that you could attach a note to your photo request (for the volunteer who might claim it) to look for her husband's marker while they are there. I think he was probably buried at Swan Cemetery too, though I'm not sure. His name was Robert D. Hope (b. abt. 1801; d. 1885).
Added by Sue on Jan 15, 2013 5:12 PM
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