|Topeka Tom (#47257078)|
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I don't transfer to memorial collectors!! If that is you, don't expect a response!!!!! |
MAKE ALL SUGGESTIONS AND REQUESTS USING THE EDIT BUTTON !!!
Many people are studying their family history to find medical information. Among the conditions that are thought hereditary and at least partly preventable or treatable are depression, diabetes, kidney disease, hypertension, heart disease, and cancer. Omitting medical information is not polite, IMHO.
I found a statement about links that perfectly expresses my own beliefs. I'm posting it with permission.--------------------------
Let's help the next family member or researcher that visits a memorial by adding all the family links that we know. When family members are not linked, it makes the next person do the research all over again. Also, if we have the information, let's use it before it is forgotten.I also believe that family links make this site easier to use. The easier it is to use, the more it will be used and the better it will get.
My number of memorials managed is increasing because I apparently am the succession plan for a few contributors, at least partially. I don't mind, it's easy to maintain memorials.
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|Penny Alexander||Stephen Koger|
My name is Penny Alexander. May I use the headstone picture you posted of Stephen Koger in Kansas on my family tree on ancestry.com? He is an ancestor of mine.
Bet your a?? it's done
Added by Bob on May 16, 2016 7:10 AM
I have added the information you provided for and added a photo of the grave marker Tony and wife Jennie.
Added by Peggy on May 14, 2016 12:33 PM
|hierom||Memorial no 113138935|
I was attemping to get a photo of the grave (the was a photo request). I found the obituary for the peson, and the obit stated she is buried in oakland
(Moberly Monitor Index. Feb 1, 1932 page 2.
Added by hierom on May 09, 2016 12:30 PM
|Kay Kuebeler||William James Keys|
William James Keys is the Father of my grandfather. You are right, he was a retired railroad engineer as were his two sons. If you are a history buff you can find a short mention on him in an Arcadia Book called Mingo Junction. He laid track for the trains that were just starting to run in the area of Steubenville, Ohio. I have a picture of the first train engine out of Mingo Junction if you are interested in seeing it drop me a note.
|alice brokofsky||Barbara Lee|
Would you please transfer Barbara Lee memorial 139763011 to me she is my Aunt.
Thanks for the heads up on Memorial# 97027124 and Memorial# 117487864 - I've added a NOTE to both of them. I think they can both remain out there. Would you agree?
I have accepted your link to his parents, Albert & Mathilda Stelter. I have his obituary, and have now added it to his memorial. His wife & my dad were 1st cousins.
|Cynthia Bever Wilson||Thank You|
For the additional information for me to add to Simon Bever. Very interesting. I took care of it just now. Appreciate your work.
Cynthia Bever Wilson
Grave memorial for Simon Bever.
Link to memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=66844996
|Honoring My Ancestors||Re: William Pickens|
I just wanted to tell you how much I appreciate the additional information for the memorial created for William Walter "Billie" Pickens (1880-1961). Your information will certainly help build more of his family tree and make his memorial more complete. It is due to fellow family historians such as yourself that make this site so great. Warmly, Helen Pickens Murphy, Nashville, TN
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