|George Griebe (#46918352)|
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Find A Grave has helped me to locate some lost relatives in my family tree. I would like to help others in the same way.|
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|Sue Lapp||Thank You|
The transfers for Ortho and Ada Gaines are greatly appreciated
Added by Sue Lapp on Oct 02, 2013 8:03 PM
Thank you for the photo. I am grateful for your kindness and sincerely appreciate all your help.
Have a great day!
May I have your permission to copy the tombstone you have for Maxine onto her husbands memorial which I listed today. Much apprreciated. His name is James Tilford Mullins . Thanks Pat
Added by Cox-Dar on Apr 18, 2013 3:03 PM
|Wayne & Diane King||Request for Memorial Transfer|
George: Thanks for getting back with me. I'm not sure what you mean by needing a link. All the others I contacted this morning have already transferred over the requested memorials. The memorial I requested from you is 33742853 (Balford Stevens Stephens) in the Wilson Cemetery located in Boyle County, KY. Thanks again.
|Wayne & Diane King||Balford Henry Stevens Stephens|
Would you please transfer this memorial to me? The Stephens and King families were close and I can provide additional info.
|S F Pence||Bessye Marlette|
Thanks a lot for the photo, she was my great aunt. You do good work!
|Sandy B||RE: Johnson Family, Parksville|
That book sounds like a good one to have, Danny's family is deeply rooted here, but sometime difficult to find information on. I sent Joan a message and have already gotten a reply, thanks for that contact!
feel free to email me firstname.lastname@example.org so we can stay in touch better.
One of the boys in the troop did some work with Parksville Cem for his Eagle Project, maybe a couple years ago by now, but being out of the loop with the troop now, I have not seen what he got done with that.
You have been quite helpful. I'll try to let you know when we intend to head out that way, in case you feel up to joining me. Always nice having a body above ground to talk to while walking around the graves.
Added by Sandy B on Feb 14, 2013 1:51 PM
|Sandy B||RE: Johnson Family, Parksville|
Tank you for the reply. Do you live beside Chestnut Grove Cemetery? I was thinking of driving out today and looking there and Parksville Cemetery, some of the Johnsons are there as well. Do you know where I could see the cemetery records? Danny has another civil war ancestor that was buried in Junction City Cemetery but has no stone, so I think there is a chance he might not have one either, I am willing to come look and see!
I don;t know if my boys are ready to try to get a license now or not. The oldest is in school in Florida and has limited funds, so I don;t think he would be able to get the gear. The two middle boys are in Bowling Green going to school and one of them is putting his extra money into fixing up a couple old hotrods. They are both with search and rescue down there too. The youngest still doesn't commit to much, and hard to keep on task. My husband would like to, but he's running his own business now since 2009 and has very little spare time. I just don't have the brain for it, even though I grew up around it. My dad in Ks still hams and my brother in Oregon is back into it too.
I will try to contact the other people you mention. Maybe I can get Danny to come out there with me on the weekend, he might know the folks who run the store, for all I know, he practically grew up in Parksville.
Not sure I'll make it out there today though, and hope tomorrow or this weekend isn't to cold.
Added by Sandy B on Feb 14, 2013 10:56 AM
|Sandy B||Johnson Family, Parksville|
Hi George, not sure if you remember me, we met a few times at the Ham Radio days over on Stuart's Lane, I have the 4 boys who were with the scout troop for several years. I see you have been around the old country cemeteries, probably more than I have. I am looking for my husband's 3rd great Grandfather, Hiram Johnson, and can not locate a death or burial for him, and wondering if you recall seeing him anywhere. I know it's a long shot, but I have to ask.
The Hiram Johnson I'm looking for was born around 1817 I believe in Russell County. He died after 1890, I believe, because he is listed on the 1890 Veteran's Schedule in Parksville. He is not listed on Find A Grave. I have ruled out a couple that are listed here, that some researchers may confuse with the one I'm looking for. One of those is in Danville National Cem, but that one died 1863, and another one listed in Lebanon National Cem that died 1862. Both of those were soldiers of the civil war as well as the one I'm looking for, but all 3 in totally different units.
I don't know if you have any connections with the Johnsons in the Parksville area, or know someone who remembers the older generation who I could talk to. Not sure if anyone around would remember someone that far back. I sure would like to find Hiram's grave any other info about him that I might be able to learn.
Thanks! Sandy Burton
Added by Sandy B on Feb 11, 2013 9:22 AM
thanks kindly for quick response, appreciate it
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