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MollyBailey (#47187981)
 member for 6 years, 4 months, 11 days
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Bio Photo I will be pleased and happy to make any and all transfers long as they are not a direct relation of mine...or my husband's...or my neighbors. (kidding about the neighbors :)

Please use the "Suggest a Correction" feature on the Edit tab at the top of the Memorial you are interested in.

You are welcome to use any picture I have taken for your personal use (Yes you can put them on your Ancestry tree) that's WHY I took them. You don't have to ask for permission, I just ask that you credit Find A Grave.

However you want to use them is fine with me, unless you are using them in a book or something, then I fully expect you to make me fabulously wealthy from my little iPhone picture.

Make sure that I took the picture though, some people here (in the minority thankfully) freak OUT if you use their pictures.
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Cathy Gowdy
George and Catherine Foglesong
Thanks to you and Vance for the excellent page for George and wife. My husband is a direct descendant.
Added by Cathy Gowdy on Jan 24, 2016 12:52 PM
RE: Betheny Church Trasnfers
Thank you again, Molly!
Added by Connor4676 on Jan 20, 2016 10:43 AM
St. Johns
Thank you Molly for transferring Emanuel and Martha!
Added by Connor4676 on Jan 19, 2016 2:53 PM
m hill
RE: Bundy
thank you hope your weekend is a good one
m hill
Added by m hill on Dec 27, 2015 12:38 PM
Mark Aschenbrenner
Pioneer Cemetery in Warren,Ohio
Wondering if you have been there. I see you manage some of the memorials. Many open requests for that cemetery, is no one close that adds any of the requests. Lot of history there in it's families. Just wondering if you had any knowledge of it! Thanks , respond if at all possible, I am in Nebraska.

Thanks again, MJA
Added by Mark Aschenbrenner on Dec 11, 2015 7:03 PM
Gloria Lowrey
RE: Foglesongs
Hi Molly,
Thanks for adding the obituaries for Mr. and Mrs. Foglesong. No need to transfer, but I do appreciate your kind offer.
Added by Gloria Lowrey on Sep 26, 2015 7:42 PM
Karen DK
Maria Aten
Good morning,

I am a registrar for a DAR chapter in Farmington, MO and currently helping a lady obtain membership into the DAR.

I noticed you are maintaining a memorial page for Maria Aten. The DAR is requesting more info concerning Maria (we have her name as Polly Maria Montfort Aten) and was hoping you would have more info on her that you would be willing to share.

We have a birth date of 12 Mar 1792 and her death date of 25 May 1828. Do you have any of that info? Do you know if there are any pictures of a headstone at that cemetery? I would love to use her page as part of her documentation.

Thanks for your help on this,

Karen Kleinberg,
Farmington, MO
Added by Karen DK on Aug 14, 2015 7:34 AM
Lesley K. Cafarelli
RE: Dunhams and Culys
I think I have all the related Culy memorials in Ohio, but there are branches in Indiana, collateral lines. I've been in touch with a Culy cousin there. My husband's Culy family--his 2nd ggrandfather David Culy and his parents and brother came from Cambridgeshire, England to Cincinnati, Ohio, and later spent a few years in Indiana beforew returning to Ohio. David married Elizabeth Dean in Dearborn County, Indiana, became a medical doctor, and moved back to Warren County and eventually Fayette County, Ohio. I've been trying to figure out Elizabeth's family for several years; her parents were born in Maryland according to David and Elizabeth's census records. So if you find any of her Dean connections, I'd love to know. Their daughter married a Wilcox, who was a Union soldier, and their daughter (my husband's grandmother) married a Craig (Fayette County). Aside from Elizabeth's ancestors, I'm trying to figure out how our Culys are related to the rest of the Culys from the Wisbech area in Cambridgeshire. They were Huguenots or Walloons hired to drain the fens. I'm using cluster research to try to solve the Dean and Culy mysteries.
Added by Lesley K. Cafarelli on Aug 04, 2015 6:24 PM
Lesley K. Cafarelli
RE: Dunham
Thanks for the transfers, Molly!
Added by Lesley K. Cafarelli on Aug 04, 2015 11:36 AM
Lesley K. Cafarelli
RE: Dunham
Thanks for the Culy and Dunham transfers, Molly. If you are related to Dunhams, let me know how, as it might come in handy. My husband's connection is through the Dunham-Culy marriage. I have a couple big puzzles that I'm trying to solve in the Culy line, and someone out there may have a key!
Added by Lesley K. Cafarelli on Aug 03, 2015 6:26 PM
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