|Tim Connor (#47019535)|
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I don't own the rights to your families headstones so YOU MAY freely copy the pictures and put them on ancestry if you would like. Unlike some people I am not stingy. I am just trying to do a public service.|
People with this attitude really torque me they act like they are professionals.
Family photos MAY be to copied and posted to any other database or website without my permission. This includes Ancestry.com I would just like a little bi-line. This is true for everybody except for those that won't allow it.
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I was glad to help!
|Gloria Thomason||Jimmy D. Coats|
I am the family owner and caretaker of Sandridge and I thought you might like the birth and death info for Jimmy Coats. DOB: 19 December 1952 and his date of death is 10 Aug 2008. If any of his family should happen to read this He needs a headstone placed immediately or other family members cannot be buried there. We have a strict rule about headstone placement within a year after burial.
Thanks Tim for letting me post this to you.
|Rosalie DeMartino||RE: DENHAM--COX--6/27/2014|
I DON'T UNDERSTAND YOUR MESSAGE???
I DON'T HAVE ONE, SORRY, DOESN'T MAKE ANY SENSE.
COULD YOU EXPLAIN FURTHER, TO SOLVE THE MYSTERY OF
MY ORIGINAL MESSAGE??
SUCH AS, ARE WE RELATED?
IF WE ARE, PLEASE LET ME KNOW THE CONNECTION, OR THE PERSON THAT GAVE YOU THE INFORMATION, OK??
I DON'T RECORD JUST ANYTHING WITHOUT SOME SORT OF VERIFICATION. ESPECIALLY IF WE MAKE AN ADDENDUM TO OUR BOOK IN 1987, AND I WISH TO INCLUDE ALL CORRECT
INFORMATION AND SOURCES. THANK YOU FOR A REPLY.
IF THE MATERIAL IS CONFIDENTIAL, SEND ME TO THE PROPER EMAIL, ADDRESS, OR PERSON WITH THE KNOWLEDGE.
I'LL BE WAITING FOR YOUR ANSWER. SINCERELY,
Can you give me a copy of the marriage certificate of HANNAH ELLA/ELLEN ANNIE DENHAM COX, b. ca. 1825--1828, Indiana?, Iowa?--died 9/July, 1865??
Could be she is our missing family sister.
Especially, if HEZEKIAH STOUT DENHAM, AND WINNY
(lITTLE/lITTELL) ARE HER PARENTS.
I have done two manuscripts that went into two books that were published.
There were seven children in their family, and she would be my great grandpa's older sister. I have spent since 1972 looking for her, and could never figure out why she couldn't be found. Do you have a reason, or story you can tell me?? Are we Native American Indian, Cherokee?, Melungeon? I have read all your family connections, and if we are related,
you may want to invest in our 300 page book that we wrote about Hezekiah and his descendants, WITHOUT,
his one daughter, plus the two volume set, 1,400 pages on the mother's side. ROSALIE DEMARTINO
|Gloria Thomason||Hegdale markers|
Tim, The unknown Hegdale markers in Sandridge are reserved blocks. Since no one is buried in those plots there is no need for them to be listed in the cemetery death list. Thank you.
Sandridge Cemetery Family Owner
|David Qualls||Grave Photos|
Thank You Tim. The Photos are awesome
|David Qualls||Phyllis Morgan|
I got an email that you had taken pictures but when I looked at her memorial I don't see it.
|Carol & Mike||Bland|
This is so awesome to learn! Nice to find a distant cousin.
I have done research on our Bland line and I have, in my genealogy records a John Lovejoy, brother to my Amelia and son to Thomas & Eliz.
I have many many ancestors who lived & died in the Appanoose County, Iowa area, both my grandparents and their families lived, died and are buried there. My father was also born there! Have a aunt who still lives in Bloomfield, Iowa!
I will email you and perhaps we can compare notes.
|Carol & Mike||RE:Bland|
I see on your profile that you have a Bland Virtual Cemetery. Wondering if we are distant cousins.....
Thomas Bland (1789-1874) and Elizabeth McCullough Bland (1796-1853) are my 4th Great Grandparents. Their daughter Amelia (1819-1867) is my 3rd Great Grandmother.
Thanks again for creating these memorial pages.
|Carol & Mike||Find A Grave|
I LOVE your attitude with regard to Find A Grave. I joined Find A Grave a few months back after finding memorials for some of my ancestors while doing genealogy research. I was so thankful to find pictures of headstones, burial locations, accurate dates and family links!
I joined not only to add a few family members of my own but I also "adopted" a local cemetery here in our area and am now working hard to ensure that all buried have a memorial page with headstone photo on Find A Grave.
I gladly transfer memorial pages if asked by family members and just do not understand others who refuse to do the same.
Thanks for the wonderful work you are doing on Find A Grave & again, for your awesome giving attitude!
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