|Larry Boyd (#46860516)|
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Now living in Charlotte, NC.|
If there is anything I can do here to help, Just let me know.
Requesting a transfer
Use the SAC Suggest a correction method when requesting a transfer.
1. Click on EDIT tab upper right of memorial
2. Click on suggest a correction link
3. Type in box you would like a transfer of this memorial to you listing your Find A Grave number.
4. Click on the Send this message button
I will then receive your message telling me you want me to transfer this memorial to you. I will then transfer it to you.
PLEASE: Don't ask for a transfer for one then ask AND all related. YOU must request each transfer individually.
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|Ms. Clyde||Soloman Carrier|
Your memorial for Soloman is 45374390
If you want to add to his memorial:
Carrier, Garfield County, OK – “A small ‘elevator town’ on a branch of the Frisco in a rich wheat-producing area. Established in 1897, it honors an early merchant, Soloman Carrier, whose family has been influential in the county down to the present.” Published in the Oklahoma Travel Handbook by Kent Ruth, OU Press, Norman, OK, 1977.
|K&LB||Crudgington Cem, Louisburg, MO|
Hi Larry, We sure miss you being in Missouri and taking your great photos! Do you remember how to get to Crudgington from Louisburg or Buffalo? My cousin tried to find it but couldn't. Thanks so much, Lynne
Added by K&LB on Dec 01, 2016 6:43 AM
|Deanna||Roller Family-Hawkins Tennessee|
I notice that you have a great deal of information on the Roller Family. I am researching a connection between the Roller family and the Lawson family from Hawkins, Tennessee. Do you know of a connection between the two families? I'd really appreciate any information that you might have.
Added by Deanna on Nov 16, 2016 7:10 AM
|Margo Krieger||Curtis W Andrews|
I just wanted to let you know I submitted a dod for Curtis, memorial 44817540... he was a stillborn and I got it from his death cert, file no 31517. Thank you for all of your memorials from Polk County and other Missouri counties, they keep memories alive!
|Joyce Snell||Mariah Lang Routh|
I am wondering how you obtained the information on her memorial page . . . especially where it states she was the daughter of John Lang and Sarah Brown. I'm attempting to locate further information on the parents.
|Joyce Snell||Mariah Elizabeth Lang Routh|
Am wondering if Mariah is an ancestor. I'm related to her sister, Pernecia Ann Lang. I've had trouble tracing this Lang line. There were 2 other sisters . . . do you have further info. Thanks.
|Vera Frasher Glenn||JAMES AND ELIZ B HOPKINS|
James and Elizabeth Billingsly Hopkins are buried in the Hopkins cemetery in Fair Play, Missouri.
They are my great grandparents several times removed so I thought you might like to add this information to your findagrave information.
|S Johnson||RE: Tabitha Dodson Patterson|
Thanks. I found a census record for 1870 that listed her as "living with family" but I couldn't find a connection between her and the family she was living with. I'm not in my tree at the present time but I remember the last name was Bailey.
|S Johnson||Tabitha Dodson Patterson|
Where do you get the 1876 death date? All the information I have agree with the 1854 death date although I can't find her in the 1850 census.
|Linda Clater||Essie Toler|
I just discovered your posting on Essie Toler. I thought that I should let you know that the dates on the gravestone match the information for Essie's sister Jessie Toler. Jessie died when she was very young. Essie died much later in Kansas. Her married name was Gilliland. Their parent's were Henry Winfield Toler and Philomena Brenner.
I see that the gravestone is very difficult to read at this point and understand the confusion. I have family knowledge about Essie and Jessie because they are my great aunts.
I do appreciate what you do very much. I learned the name of the cemetery where Jessie is buried from your posting. If you ever come across a grave for a Martha Toler wife of John Toler I would love to have the information. She died in Polk County in the 1840s. Thank you so much. Linda Toler Clater
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