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Usually transfer requests are made within Find A Grave guidelines.|
My grave marker photos may be used for non-profit purposes, GIVE me credit, I am willing to share or they wouldn't be here. All other photos and biographies belong to me and my family, you need to get my permission to copy. Read and follow Find A Grave's and Ancestry.com 's policies please.
Corrections made if requested politely. Note, different spellings and dates happen, mistakes are made on markers, obituaries and even death certificates. If requesting a link include FIRST NAME AND LAST NAME and all ID #'s if you don't, I won't. Use the edit button, not the message board for this. I do not do transfers or corrections via the message board or a person's memorial.
It has come to my attention the some believe it is necessary to add duplicate photos of cemetery signs and markers and they aren't always better photos. If you have a better photo please contact me and the better photograph will be displayed. Just because you took a photo it does not mean it needs to be on the memorial.
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|eljefe||RE: Capt John A Moore|
Thanks, Barbara. I still can't find a CAPT. John A. Moore in any Confederate records. Maybe his Mexican War records will help. I'll check there for more information. Do you have any idea what unit he served in?
Added by eljefe on Sep 17, 2014 2:43 PM
|eljefe||John A. Moore's parents|
Coffee County Census records confirm that the John A. Moore who married Mary Amanda Adams and is buried at Manchester City Cemetery was born in 1821. However, census records for William F. Moore reveal that his son John A. Moore was born in 1832.
Also, you have him listed as Capt. John A. Moore. Can you tell me what he was captain of? I can find no Confederate military record for a captain in any TN regiment who was named John A. Moore. There are a number of John A. Moores, but none of them achieved the rank of captain.
The reason I'm interested is that Coffee Co. Historical Society is working on a series of books about our county's Civil War soldiers, which gives each soldier's military history and his family genealogy. We want to get our information as correct as possible. I would appreciate hearing from you at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for your consideration.
Added by eljefe on Sep 17, 2014 11:24 AM
|eljefe||John|Added by eljefe on Sep 17, 2014 11:17 AM
|Carol Arnold||RE: John and Mary Annie Bullock Webb|
Thanks for the transfer. I am just starting to research the Webb branch of my family tree. So far I have just encountered mysteries! But I will continue the search! Thanks for your help. Carol
|Carol Arnold||John and Mary Annie Bullock Webb|
John Webb, #115924757, was married to Mary Annie Bullock Webb, #119281580. According to your memorial for John, one of their children was Clara Bell. Clara Bell Webb Perry was my grandma. We know very little of her family. I was talking with my aunt, Clara Bell's daughter today. She knew the names of some of her uncles but none of them match the siblings you have listed for her. We did find that there is a Mary Alice Webb who was married to Jacob. Their children matched the names of the uncles who my aunt remembered. We are wondering if this might be her grandma instead of Mary Annie Bullock. Then I found your memorial. I guess my question is, where did you get your information? Clara Bell's mother died when she was young, maybe 11 or 12. She never talked much about her. So we are trying to find out who our grandmother/great grandmother is. Any information you have that might help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you, Carol Arnold
|Jon Patton||amuel Engle|
I am curious to know if Samuel Engle, a distant relative of mine, is buried at Little Prairie Cemetery at Albion, IL. If he is buried there may I request a photo of his monument.
Thank you very much.
Ginny B Hopkins
|RCHS Cemetery Records||RE: Ed G Brown|
send me his mem number
|Ace||Corrected Info for Susie Unger|
Hi! In regards to her burial I have posted a corrected photo for her gravesite.
After looking closer at the sexton's records for Oakwood Cemetery I found out that she is not buried with her husband; however, there is still no grave marker her. The correct location is Section A, Lot 00149-2.
Note that the cemetery records show her name as Kathryn S. Unger, and the burial was on September 21, 1984.
The reason I did not have the correct location last week is that the database that I was provided to search was incomplete, but this was not mentioned to me until yesterday. Looking at the paper copy of the transcription of the sexton's records revealed the discrepancy.
Happy Easter to you! Ace
Added by Ace on Apr 20, 2014 4:03 AM
|RCHS Cemetery Records||RE: Ed G Brown|
go to edit on this memorial and tell me transfer, it is easier for me to transfer if you do this.
|Bunnygirl||Sidney B Grimes|
This name was from a cemetery survey list. I can't prove or disprove that it might be Hiram. Bev
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