|Rita Graves (#46836288)|
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I'm happy to make transfers. I need you to make your request using the “EDIT” tab on the memorial you wish transferred. That step saves time for me, as it gives me all the info I need in one place.|
After spending a few years researching my family tree, I found very little information available on burials. When I found this site, I decided to volunteer, thinking it may help someone else researching their families.
I live in Baker, LA now, born and raised in Baton Rouge, and spent 3 years in Central Michigan in the late 1960's.
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|Charlotte R. Smith||Valmond Moise "Coon" Vicknair|
Thank you for the transfer of his memorial, though I am only "related" through marriage. I do appreciate the gesture.
I also appreciate all the work you do for FG and hope you have a great week.
|Sue||Janie Jingles 141034307|
duplicate to 139681013
Added by Sue on Sep 05, 2016 9:40 PM
Thank you. Perhaps there is a Cemetery book in the County Library that would show burials. Will continue to search.
Not sure about a tombstone. Will do some investigation though and get back with you if I find there is one.
|Rosemarie||Richard M. Amacker|
|Rosemarie||Richard M. Amacker FAG# 106599448|
Per Louisiana Death Certificate:
Capt. Richard M. Amacker, born 7 Feb 1837, Baton Rouge LA, died 26 Oct 1919 East Baton Rouge Parish LA, buried Felder Cemetery, Denham Springs, Livingston Parish LA.
|Ms. Clyde||George Davis|
His memorial is 54197036, if you want to add some/all:
George Robert Fitzgerald Davis, 52, of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, a veteran of the U.S. Army who served for 2 years, an Ordained Deacon of Gethsemane Baptist Church, later moving his membership to Greater Risen Sun Baptist Church in Baton Rouge, was called home on the evening of Saturday, June 17, 2000.
A Home Going Celebration took place on Wed, June 21, 2000, 8pm at St. Mary Baptist Church, 1252 North Acadian Thwy. E., Baton Rouge, officiated by the Rev. Conway Knighten, Pastor. Arrangements entrusted to Hall’s Port Allen Mortuary, Port Allen, La.
|Carolyn Hebbe McLeod||Florence Byrd|
Thank you very much for the transfer of this family member to me.
|Kerry Keller||RE: Lossie Crotwell Murray # 8489869|
I will delete, the find a grave app adds photos in duplicates and triplicates. I try to check and remove extras.
Sorry about the name change and the photo removal. Just trying to fly under the radar as much as possible.
I think the best way to combat getting old is to stay busy and move around a lot. I have shed 10 pounds since last winter and am now back to a 32" waist. My wife hates it because I eat like a horse and eat whatever I want and still manage to not gain much weight, except for the few pounds I put on in the winter months.
Stay hydrated this summer Rita, especially if you are still climbing over fences around all those old cemeteries!
Added by CSC on Jul 01, 2016 4:49 PM
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