|Ray FLESHER (#47008205)|
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I am a FLESHER genealogist with a hard copy newsletter in its 17th year for that family. I also study many surnames related to FLESHER by marriage.|
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|Lone Owl||Mary Elizabeth Minglin Graham|
Hi Ray, I added two photographs of my great-great-grandmother, Mary Elizabeth Minglin Graham. Could you please revise her memorial in Find A Grave to show that she was born on August 22, 1864, died on June 12, 1951, and that she was married to John William Graham on December 30, 1885. It would be great if there was a Spouse Link between Mary and John. Thanks. David
Added by Lone Owl on Jul 23, 2013 9:49 AM
|Sharon||Cecil Alfred Burr #100752190|
I added a note in the Bio section about his daughter, Betty Marie Burr Radcliff; I can't link her to him since I did not create her memorial, you would need to contact that individual.
Added by Sharon on Apr 22, 2013 10:54 AM
|Mat Tackett||Ada and Flora|
Hello Thank you for letting me know about changes i have made them. Are you related to Ada and Flora,and if you are a head stone can be placed for them. Please let me know if you would like more information. Thanks Mat
|Jackie (Adams) Broome||Transfer Requests|
Would you transfer the following, if possible:
Henry James Flesher: DOB 09/18/1859 DOD 01/31/1924 Memorial #69063968
Henry Roscoe Flesher: DOB 10/22/1891 DOD 03/1982 Memorial #69055358
These two entries are my Dad's Grandfather and Uncle. My Dad's Mother was Emily Elva Flesher Adams of Troy, WV. Thanks for any help! Jackie (Adams) Broome
|Hooked On Family||RE: KELLNER & ROGERS|
Thanks for your kind words.
No, I am not related to anyone near where I live in Waverly, Iowa. It is 10 miles from Clarksville and 20 mi. from Nashua. I completed the Lynwood Cem. on Find a Grave because it was not done, then I drove over 5-6 times to take photos of gravestones...ended up with 3500+ pictures. Twice, the groundskeeper had just mowed, and I had to brush grass off of every stone those days - ugh! ha
I went to three cem. in Nashua to fulfill Find A Grave photo requests, then ended up taking half of St. M before dusk arrived! I discovered relatives of people buried at Lynwood, so now I must go back and finish St. M, Greenwood and Oak Hill at Nashua! I enjoy finding relatives and linking a family.
I did all of St. Mary's at Greene which is another nearby town. They're all related too!!!
I really need to be spending time on my OWN family one of these days!!!!!!!
I am a newly-retired elementary teacher so you know I never had any free time for genealogy. My parents died long ago...too young, and I only have one aunt remaining on my mother's side, so I need to TALK with her before it's too late!
Good luck with your pursuits. Let me know if I can help.
Where is that Lorraine (was that her name?) buried?
Ray said . . . "This entry is really confusing this way. This lady actually died a FLESHER, a wife of Ira Bliss FLESHER. She was born a MEYERS, a daughter of Loranza M. and Amanda A. MEYERS.
Can you put the maiden name (spelled either way) in front of the married name?
Also, she is seen elsewhere as Mattie Ella. She would be easier for people to find and identify if her given names were both included."
Hi Ray. I hear what you're saying but it does not match the head stone. I made the entry based on the head stone. It has MYERS in LARGE letters across the top and three people under it. She is listed under that as Daughter-Ella M (Flesher) Mother-Amanda A Father-Loranza M
So based on that I stand by the entry as it was seen on the head stone. Granted that may be wrong, but any other stranger would have entered it the same way. I just wanted you to see the other viewpoint and am not trying to argue whether it matches what really happen. But please remember, the vast majority of F.A.G.ers enter data from head stone info and not local knowledge or genealogy info.
I'm transferring her to you as I'm not related in any way, just doing cemetery surveys from the head stones. Have a great day.
Added by Mark on Jul 07, 2012 8:25 AM
|Barbara Nicholson||John & Florence Flesher|
Thanks for letting me know that I had not put in the proper months on these memorials. It was late last night and must have not double checked the dates. I appreciate you letting me know in fact I had the wrong day on John too.
|Barbara Nicholson||Flesher at Duckworth.|
Sorry about the type o on the date. Sometimes I invert numbers. I don't know where the 1947 came from I did correct it. I do flesher because they are in my linage.
|Barbara Nicholson||Viola Carmichael Flesher|
Thanks for letting me know that I spelled Viola's maiden name incorectly. I'll have to check out you Flesher site. As I am descened from them.
|SRGF||Selora Hughes Flesher|
Thanks for the info. I will transfer her Memorial to you if you would like. Mike
Added by SRGF on Jul 22, 2011 11:35 PM
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