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Transfer- If I have people and you're more closely related than I am, I consider your interests take precedence. All they have done with these guidelines is given Pinheads a license to hold your relatives hostage; and that, my friend, just won't do.
By the way, I do not subscribe to the mindset of the Transfer Nazis. If I read in your profile that you are a strong advocate, I won't be linking to your page. I will not be sending you any data, either. Your "hard work" of adding a name - a otro perro con ese hueso.
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|Christina Stark Hansen||RE: Betsey Morrow|
What part of New York are you looking in? Cattaraugus County by chance?
|Christina Stark Hansen||Betsey Morrow|
I have linked Betsey to her Father. Are you related? John G Morrow was my GGG Grandfather on my Father's (Myrl Merritt Stark) side of the family.
Thanks for the Oyer bio, he was a distant cousin. Are you an Oyer by chance?
Added by BArnold on Mar 07, 2014 3:10 PM
|Pam Emery||RE: Mary C. Emery|
Thanks so much for your message about Mary.
It got me to looking in my cemetery pictures and sure enough I had her gravestone in North Monroe, NH, too. I have added her memorial to Find A Grave, so all is well.
Thanks again for the little nudge.
|Alan Lathrop||Addie Heath|
Thanks for the info on Addie. I did not change her name because that is the way it is on the stone and Find A Grave does not have a way to list it both ways. I have done them and someone else enters them back under the stone name. She is shown as Adelaide on her death record but I do see her also on other records as Adeline.
I am not related if you would like Addie turned over to you.
Alan Lathrop, Bristol VT
Thank you for your suggestion. I enjoy "linking" people to family - in fact I find I have a need to do it. Are you a relative? I am simply adding burial info and photos to the cemetery and would gladly transfer to you.
Added by SMD on Mar 02, 2014 7:15 PM
|Matt Mead||Eva A Heath in Riverside Cemetery in MT|
I have linked Eva with her husband Albert Heath. Thanks for the suggestion.
|Gene Wilt||Nathaniel Blackmore|
Suggested corrections have been made.
You have my permission to use the photos for personal use.
Thanks for the information.
Washington Court House
Fayette County, Ohio 43160
|Shirley Mitchell||RE: Octavia Heath|
lol Thank you. Since I can't be in OK to find my own relatives I just spend a lot of time researching and entering graves in my area in NH hoping that it will help others find their relatives. If I didn't do all the research I could get a lot more graves entered but I just can't make myself list them without finding as much as I can about them first. I've tried... but just can't stop myself. lol
I meant to also tell you that if I have any memorials you would like to have just let me know. Unless they are relatives of my husband I am very willing to share with anyone else who also is willing to share. I never hold people hostage. :)
|Shirley Mitchell||RE: Octavia Heath|
I was thinking the two 1900 Octavia's were the same person too, because the two censuses were taken two weeks apart...which like you said is seen often... and it was such an odd name. I saw a death for an Octavia Heath in 1902 who was born in June 1835 and was in the Gorham area and thought she might be the 2nd Octavia... but she was single. So guess the name wasn't as unusual as I thought. lol
No I'm not related to any of these people. I was just entering all the graves in the Keach Road/East Columbia cemetery. I have all the headstones entered but still have to fill in a lot of bios as I get time to research them. There is a lot of open space around some of these headstones so no telling how many other people are buried in there.
By the way... I love your bio! I feel the same way. lol
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