|K McCarthy (#47676600)|
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PLEASE VOTE for this memorial..trying to make Famous!
Charles Knox founder of KNOX Gelatin 1855 to 19O8
Love family history! Researching Corrado, Mercurio, Geracie, Balistreri, Stracuzzi, Bellante, Reeder, Hampf, Hanf, Chubbuck, Torrisi, Brunetto, Mannino, Palumbo, Hibbler, Pluff (Plough) Lutzen, Schumacher, and a few others.
Please ask permission to use my photos. We are most likely connected to family and can exchange information
With peace and joy,
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Please refer to transfer guidelines prior to requesting a transfer.
If you are not familiar with these, please read the Frequently Asked Questions (sometimes refered to as Help With Find A Grave) for more information.
I am always happy to correct, edit, add to or link any memorial I manage, and I am looking forward to hearing from you to make this a better memorial. Please use the Edit tab on the memorial to submit what you would like included.
|Karen Allen Rink||RE: Hunts|
Thank you for the Transfer.
In DeSmet Cemetery, is James mother, Sarah Hunt Gilmore, May 1880 to Dec 1944, and her second husband, John H. Gilmore, 1872 to Sep 1948.
Since they are not listed on Find A Grave, should I make a page for them and then request a photo ?
|Karen Allen Rink||RE: Hunts|
James Hunt is in my family line. If you would like to transfer, that would be helpful.
James' birth information was located on WW I Draft Registration Cards for Kingsbury County, South Dakota; and on Ancestry - Iowa, Births and Christenings Index, 1857-1947.
He was the son of N.B. Hunt and Sarah M. Brown. After the death of his father, his mother, married J. H. Gilmore. She and J.H. are buried in DeSmet. but are not listed on Find-a-Grave.
|Jack Cady||RE: Marjorie Fisher|
No. No real problem...perhaps I did not make my suggestion clear. I was only pointing out that the photo requests that get top priority are those that have a burial plot identified. Otherwise, we volunteers have to wait until the office is open and then stand in front of them and wait for them to look through their records.
I am about to go to Greenwood now, and I will go in and ask for the location of your requested photo...just because of this misunderstanding.
With any luck, I will fulfill your request today.
|Janis Jensen Altom||RE: Teagarden|
Glad you cleared up your Coles. There is still a Mary Cole, no dates, in Grandview. If you ever come accross information on the Grandview Coles, let me know.
Thanks for your work on Find A Grave!
|LKat||Minor Andre Colaw|
You are welcome, glad to help.
Added by LKat on Feb 27, 2014 5:27 PM
|David Miller||RE: Nancy Kidd|
Sure...I can link a lot of the Kidd and Matthews families. Haven't found out how to link other than parent and spouse. I actually received a request this evening from another descendent of Nancy's who found the link here!
|C. Eileen Dodge||RE: Orlina Dodge|
Hi, Kathy -
Thank you for making the additions - no, I am not related to Orlina.
When I see a web site that has a deficit of information or misinformation I attempt to make the information correct and complete.
Even though Orlina is not my direct relative I would be happy to accept her memorial. I feel bad for her since other family members are buried elsewhere.
C. Eileen Dodge
Dodge Family Association
Board Member Dodge DNA Project
|ChuckNorris||Annie Colter Beaumle|
Thank you for your interest in her memorial. Find A Grave naming convention says to list what is on the headstone and mention all other names in the bio or with links. This helps eliminate duplicates while transcribing a cemetery as someone would not know to look under a name not listed on the headstone. The naming conventions can be found in the FAQ part of the website. Neither name is perfect but since Find A Grave does not facilitate listing all possible last names in a way that is searchable using what is on the headstone seems to be the best way to do it.
|Don Bennett||Minos Cole|
Again Happy to have made the connection with Minos and his Parents. I thought this was more than likey the case because of the dates. Thanks again for the input! I have no connections to the Cole's but like my Memorials as complete as possible. Thanks again,
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