|Patti Zapalac (#46583652)|
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IF YOU WOULD LIKE A CORRECTION MADE TO A MEMORIAL OR FOR ME TO TRANSFER A MEMORIAL TO YOU PLEASE SUBMIT THROUGH THAT MEMORIAL ONLY. I SELDOM SEE THE MESSAGES SUBMITTED THROUGH MY PROFILE PAGE AND THERE WILL BE LONG DELAY IN ACTING UPON YOUR REQUEST IF YOU SEND A MESSAGE INSTEAD OF A CORRECTION/TRANSFER REQUEST!!!!! |
I WILL ALWAYS TRY TO MAKE THE CORRECTIONS - PLEASE DON'T MAKE NUMEROUS REQUESTS BECAUSE IT TAKES ME AWHILE TO DO SO!!
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I am a distant relative of the Nierman family. I see you've taken some excellent photos of their markers; may I use them in my family tree? I will of course give you credit.
|irin smith||LARSON transfer|
43517529 - Hello Patti, Could you please transfer Hooker Joseph Larson Jr to me? And, I am also looking for father, Hooker Joseph Larson Sr. 1978 at Calvary. This is my son's grandfather. And is it possible to check for Danny (Daniel) Larson?.. Calvary. I see someone posted a "Daniel" Larson and obituary - but his name was not Daniel. This is my son's father. Regards - Happy holidays to you and your family. Irin
|squadron a association||Trooper Richard I Kay|
If it's possible could you transfer the memorial of Richard Isaac Kay # 34803251 to us. He is a veteran and saw combat with our organization, in World War 1. For the upcoming centennial, of World War 1, we are trying to bring together all of the Trooper of the era. Much Thanks in advance !
Squadron A Association
Find A Grave # 48454800
|Donna Schultheiss||Jordan Boehm|
Can you tell me if 'Franz', on the passenger list of the Werra with the family, is 'Jordan'? I can understand changing his son, Franz's, name to Frank, so why would he be 'Jordan'?
Thank you very much for the transfer of his memorial. I appreciate your kindness in doing so.
Added by Tony on Aug 26, 2015 9:02 AM
Thank you for the transfer of Aunt Mabel.... Jon
Added by Scout731 on Aug 26, 2015 5:05 AM
|irin smith||MARIE SMITH BERTOLINO|
Hello, would you please transfer my mother to me. My mother, MARIE BERTOLINO SMITH, 4351772. Thanks so much. Irin Smith
Thank you for your hard work and Norman's transfer. Jon
Added by Scout731 on Jul 21, 2015 7:43 AM
|Linda Stienstra||Duplicate Memorial|
Catherine Isabel Cox Sherman, Memorial # 34087396
is a duplicate. Your's was the 2nd one added . . . .
|Terry Foenander||Thomas Chubb|
I have the following data on Confederate Navy officer Thomas Chubb, with sources shown:
Thomas Chubb, born Massachusetts or Pennsylvania, about 1812; son of merchant marine captain, C. Chubb, of Texas (who was part owner of the Royal Yacht); ran away from home at a young age, and went to sea; spent his boyhood years in Boston; indicated to have provided arms and ammunition to general Sam Houston during the war with Mexico; shown residing as a seaman, in 1850, with his wife Phebe, and four children, at Galveston, Texas; engaged, pre-war, in the slave trade; appointed acting master's mate, Confederate States Navy, October 9, 1861, and placed in command of the Royal Yacht; captured aboard the schooner Royal Yacht, near Bolivar Point, Galveston, Texas, November 8, 1861; taken as prisoner of war, aboard the USS Santee; confined at Fort Lafayette; paroled February 4, 1862; exchanged and arrived in Houston, March 24, 1862, requesting permission to see his family at Galveston the next day; reported for duty, at Galveston, Texas, March 25, 1862; returned to command of the Royal Yacht, 1862; his commander, W.W. Hunter, wrote to Secretary of the Navy Mallory, in September, 1862, indicating that the services of Chubb were no longer necessary, and that he could be discharged with the authority of the Secretary; afterwards served as authorized agent to captain E.C. Wharton, assistant quartermaster (of the Confederate Army?); continued to reside in Galveston, as a harbor master, after the war; still shown residing there in 1889; died at Port Mills village, Vermont, while spending a summer vacation at his summer home in Vermont; remains returned to Texas; buried at the Trinity Church Cemetery, Galveston, Texas, October 2, 1890. [CSN Register; ORN 1, 16, 759, 844, 862 & 866; 1, 18, 827, 837 & 850 and 1, 19, 790 & 817; 1850 U.S. Census; Galveston, Texas City Directories, 1888 – 1891; Galveston Daily News (Houston, Texas) dated August 27, 1890, page 8, and October 3, 1890, page 8.]
Hope it helps.
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