|Ellie Sparks (#46909059)|
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Since my husband John helps me in my Find a Grave treks, I have included him in the photo. It was taken on our 50th wedding anniversary.|
Feel free to use any of my photos. It is not necessary to give me credit.
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|Steve J||Susan Wolf|
Ellie. Thank you very much for taking the time to go out and take the photo of Susan's marker. It is much appreciated! Steve
Added by Steve J on Aug 30, 2014 8:27 AM
Thanks SO much for fulfilling my photo requests for this family. I can now continue my family tree with correct dates. Thanks also for allowing me to use the photos on my tree. I really do appreciate all that you have done.
Added by Beegee57 on Aug 29, 2014 8:51 AM
|Judy Connors Lubinski||Charles E. Libby #32441040|
Could you please remove the cemetery photo on this site, as I have more photos I would like to upload and there is no more room.
|Deb Kleinschmidt||Daniel King|
Can you tell me what proof you have that Daniel King is the son of George and Mary (Saunders)King. George and Mary are my 5th great grandparents and I have Revolutionary War pension papers that list all their eleven (11) children and there is not a Daniel listed in these records. There are several records that list the children both from George, Mary and their son George W King and none of these records list Daniel. George and Mary were from Virginia and moved to Kentucky then into Indiana. I briefly looked at this Daniel King and it shows that he was born in North Carolina and married in South Carolina. Again I would like to know what proof you have that this Daniel belongs to George and Mary because if he indeed does belong I will add him to my King family data. Second if he does not belong your record will need to be corrected as I have received inquires about this connection and told the person I would try to see if I could verify this information. I'm very serious about my genealogy and people have began to trust my research so when they saw your information and that I didn't have it , it rang bells and whisles. I'm sorry if I sound harsh but I go by evidence not heresay. Sincerely, Deb Kleinschmidt 5th great granddaughter of George & Mary (Saunders) King
|Colin John Chatfield||Effa Adelia Emory|
Thanks for the transfer. I have filled out the info and passed her over to Catherine Clemens Sevenau who is CA, USA based. I deal with Europe and other world regions for Chatfield.
|Colin John Chatfield||RE: Effa Gibson|
That would be very kind of you. Much appreciated.
|Patricia Harrison||rella mckinney|
Hi. I was wondering...in your research about rella combs casteel bales mckinney did you find out any information about her and Hiram Casteel's daughter Ollie. All I can find is Ollie was born 1901 I would appreciate any info on her.
She is my grandmother Lula's sister.
|Colleen Sanders Brown||RE: Franklin Hubbard|
I found many more memorials in the Crown Hill Cemetery that should probably be listed under the National but I haven't sent more edits at this time...maybe later when I'm not working so much and can get on Find A Grave to do more than add some photos and updates! Thanks for being so quick to get back to me and I appreciate all you have done on Find A Grave...your contributions are so special!
|Marsha Peery||RE: S W & M F Hubbard|
They would be my ggg grandparents, by their daughter Nancy Hubbard Paris.
Nancy's daughter Estella's son, was my mother's father.
Are you from MO? Do you know anything else about them or their parents? We've had these pictures for years & never knew their names until just recently. How are you related?
|Wendy F||Dolly Geraldine Morgan Grady Baker|
So sorry for the confusion. Found a death date for Dolly G. Baker, that came from an index of the Rose Hill cemetery that is held by the city, but it was an incorrect death date (sic 1922.) Her death date is still unknown.
Further research found she had been the informant for her son and her 2nd husband's death records. They both died in the 1950's so that means she didn't die in 1922.
Her birth name was Dolly Geraldine Morgan, she married first to William Grady and they had the son that is buried with her, William Ray Grady who changed his surname to Baker when his mother married Isaac Floyd Baker. Her son is buried as William Ray Baker.
Again, I'm sorry for the confusion. Must have been a typo on that index record and I didn't catch on until doing more research.
Added by Wendy F on Jul 11, 2014 3:58 PM
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