|Nancie Moyes (#47462967)|
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|I first discovered find a grave.com while I was researching some ancestors in Ohio. It just so happened that the folks I was looking for, I found with the help of find a grave. I wasn't sure why some names were entered and some were not. So I did some investigating on this web site and decided to become a member in hopes to help someone else out there doing genealogy or just interested in finding their ancestors as well.|
Most of the names that I have entered, are my own relatives however, there are a few that are not. Those that are not my relatives, are relatives of a friend or someone who I knew was researching them. In the future I would also like to add others in the hopes that it will help someone else out there that are trying to find their ansestors.
If by chance they are your close relatives I will be happy to transfer them to you or fix any mistakes or add links.
I have five children, two are my step children who I adore and wish I could call my own. These two are now grown and giving me and my husband grandchildren. I have two teenagers that, keep us running. I also have a baby who we lost 8 years ago. Since that time I have spent many hours in the cemetery. I Have gained a new respect for those who have also lost loved ones as well.
I find this web site so, wonderful as a way to preserve the memories of our ancestors. Headstones get weathered and some are even getting vandalized. I hope that by taking photos and creating memorial for our loved ones that this may be a way to preserve and remember them. I hope that if I have added your loved ones that, you will understand that I do it with great reverence and respect for each and every one of them. This has also been a wonderful time for me to spend with my mother as we search these out together.
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|FamleLady||RE: Lynn Charlton|
You are welcome Nancy. I thought you would like it.
|JRob||Managing a memorial|
Thank you for managing the memorial for my Grandmother, Winona Marie Hansen Ransom memorial# 80549577.
May I please manage my grandmother's memorial? I would also be happy to manage the one for her baby girl, Memorial# 80550354.
Added by JRob on Mar 22, 2015 2:39 PM
|Michelle Claire Best Willie||Anna E. Clark Chase Find A Grave Memorial# 82879907|
Anna E. Clark Chase Find A Grave Memorial# 82879907
|Michelle Claire Best Willie||James Ulyssess Chase Find A Grave Memorial# 82881856|
James Ulyssess Chase Find A Grave Memorial# 82881856
|Ann Jensen||LaVerda Bingham|
Regarding your e mail that you sent to me. I've deleted my memorial for her. Thank you. Ann Child Jensen
|Dan||Arilla Eyre Telford|
Thanks for updating and transferring her record to me as well as all of the great work you put into her.
Added by Dan on Mar 05, 2015 7:37 AM
|Danielle Williams Antczak||RE: Lucille Miller|
Thank you, I appreciate that very much!
|Dan||RE: Avilla Telford|
Thanks for transferring her record to me. I will update it with my new information and I will take good care of it.
Added by Dan on Feb 17, 2015 8:39 AM
|Gretta Benson Curless||RE: Ariel Benson|
I would like to see what you have on Ariel D. Benson. Thanks.
|Dan||RE: Avilla Telford|
I did notice one, really two, more updates. Yesterday I found several articles on her, including her obit, that were printed in the Ogden paper that show her name was spelled Arilla. If it was just one article I would say that it was a typo. But there's over 6 articles as well as her Senior Year Yearbook from Weber High School that all had that spelling. I can upload her obit and Yearbook picture if you want or I can email them to you.
The other update is to link her to her parents and maybe her husband; cannot remember if I found his Find a Grave record or not. Her Parents are: Floyed Guymon Eyre, 30800371, and Blanch LaPriel "Pudge" Robinson Eyre, 30800405.
Thanks for all you have done.
Added by Dan on Feb 15, 2015 7:32 AM
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