|Ron & Myrna Cooper (#47087538)|
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We get a lot of requests for transfers. . If you are requesting a transfer please add your member number. You must use the correct vehicle for the request. If you are adding family links put name as well as number. It saves time. We want to encourage everyone that is able, to get out to your local cemeteries & post.|
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|Pam Eberly Gonzales||juanita Peil #55855953|
Thank you very much for the transfer
|Mike Ferguson||Oakwood Cemetery Huntsville Tx|
On Findagrave you manage a memorial for Garland B. Boswell #56919078. He is my maternal Grandfather. Would you consider transferring the management of his memorial to me. My contributor # 47800004. Thank you for your consideration.
Mike Ferguson III
|Nancy Fisher||Rodney Wayne Fisher|
I was married to Rodney for 23 years when he passed away in a hospital in Houston,Texas after a terrible accident.....We have 3 great children and now 2 wonderful grandchildren..
|Betty Lang Walker||Larry Stepp|
Thank you for the transfer of Larry Stepp.
|Tonya||RE: Stash Skoba|
Thank you for your contribution. I did indeed find out that he is a great great uncle.
Added by Tonya on Jun 05, 2014 9:27 AM
|Janet T||Simeon Capers Gartman|
Thanks so much for adding the info!
Added by Janet T on May 26, 2014 10:24 AM
|David Frank||Margaret Smith|
Dear Ron and Myrna,
Thank you for transferring the memorial for Margaret Smith to my account. She was my Great Great Grandmother and mother of my Great Grandfather Capt. F.M. Smith. One of F.M.'s daughters was Margaret Sue Smith Sunkel, my Grandmother and mother of my Mom, Francis Marian Sunkel of Clarksville. F.M. moved to Clarksville some time after the Civil War and before he died in 1910 he was the Red River County Clerk. He and his brother Sidney ran a store in Rosalie in earlier years and the Smiths operated a cotton gin and store in Rosalie having moved to Texas from Tennessee in the 1840's. In the Fall of 1863 after Margaret died, F.M. joined a Red River County Confederate Cavalry Regiment. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help with the preservation of the Smith Cemetery.
David G. Frank
|Lisa Bailey||Rene and Roy Grady|
Thank you so much for transferring their memorials to me. And thank you also for taking their gravestone pictures.
|Jo Gilbert Parker||transfer|
Thanks for the transfer jo
|Carolyn Hebbe McLeod||Alta Byrd|
Thank you very much for the transfer of this family member to me.
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