|Mrs. J (#47198425)|
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Since retirement, I have had the time to research my family history and have very much appreciated all that has been done on Find a Grave, so I want to provide information for others who are researching their family history. Also, I appreciate the concept of honoring our loved ones in this way. I enjoy adding memorials for the cemeteries near here, researching, and helping others. The memorials, photos, and bios are created only to honor and dignify the lives of those who have passed. I will be more than happy to transfer management of any of those I have created.|
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|Amy Crooks||Amy Nichols|
Thank you for the transfer. I appreciate it :-)
|C. Murrah||RE: Mattie Hicks|
Our messages are crossing paths. I left a public message September 21st that the links had been transferred to the other memorial.
Thanks for your help.
|Jerry Hicks||Transfer of memorial pages|
Thank you so much for transferring the memorial pages for my mother and dad. You are most kind.
|C. Murrah||RE: Mattie Hicks|
The links to the duplicate memorial (79793585) have been added, so you can now delete this one. Thanks for adding the headstone photo. And thanks for recognizing the new links should be done before the deletion.
I also noticed that Mattie's husband, Jack, has a memorial in two cemeteries. I have requested that the one in Bailey County Cemetery be deleted; though, the creator of that memorial is now deceased. Hopefully, the Find A Grave staff will take care of it.
Thanks for the many things you do with memorials, Mrs. J. Your "footprint" is well noted on Find A Grave. I'll bet you were a fantastic high school teacher. I went to Muleshoe schools for nine years. My family moved to Colorado after my freshman year. That was a long time ago. A hint as to how long: My class was the last to graduate from the previous junior high building. Actually, my father graduated from high school in that same building.
|Cynthia Farmer-Nold||Daughter of Gold Star Gen. Shelby|
Your added census information nailed it. This Anne Shelby was married to a Jersig. She was the daughter of one of the early Find A Grave gold star important people, CSA Gen. Jo Shelby, a fascinating character. When you approve the link, click on through to have a look at his page and family. What I wish I could add to his page is that long after the Civil War he was appointed a U.S. Marshal. As marshal he appointed a former slave as a deputy and resisted criticism on the issue because of respecting his deputy's good character.
|Kay Conditt Robertson||Floy M. Choate|
Thank you for the transfer and all you do for this site.
|Kay Conditt Robertson||RE: Floy M. Choate|
Sorry to bother you again but could you also transfer Floy M. Choate wife of George W. Choate. If you prefer I can give you her information to add.
She was the daughter of Hollinger B. Wood and Elizabeth Caroline VanCleave Wood. I have her mother in the site already.
|Kay Conditt Robertson||RE: George W. Choate|
Wanted to thank you for the transfer. I will be adding information hoping to find missing family members and the other information to these family members.
|Kay Conditt Robertson||RE: George W Choate|
I was wanting to add information on George W. (Washington) Choate and his wife Floy M. VanCleave Choate.
Did not know if you would add the information or if you would like to transfer to me. I am family and hoping to connect with unknowns by doing so.
George's number is 58535208. There is no link to his wife Floy.
|Jerry Hicks||Transfer of memorial page|
Thanks for transferring the memorial page for "Red" Dunlap. He was a high school classmate and a friend of mine.
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