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Forever in Our Hearts (#46612085)
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Bio Photo My work on Find A Grave is one of my 'random acts of kindness'. I don't do it for credit or to have more pictures or records than others. I only care about our ancestors getting the proper recognition they deserve! I do it so others can find their family or friends and to honor those who've passed.

In some cases I have gone to great lengths to add info such as Census data, middle names, putting together parents with their children, spending valuable TIME and effort into my research, etc. Please do the same and recognize them!

Feel free to post on Ancestry as we help one another connect with lost loved ones

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Pat Hooper/Frances Jones
Mrs. Clark
Thank you so much for the transfer of Mrs. Clark! I really appreciate it. Pat/Frances
Added by Pat Hooper/Frances Jones on Feb 06, 2015 3:36 PM
Carrie Stowe
Picture of Horace F Marsh
Thank you for the picture you added of Horace F Marsh who was my Great-Great Grandfather. I've recently started tracing my family history. Just curious where the picture came from. Is there other resources out there to find pictures like that?

Thank you! Carrie (Seifer) Stowe
Added by Carrie Stowe on Jan 21, 2015 5:07 PM
Paul
Schilke Transfer
Thank you for the recent Schilke record transfer.
Added by Paul on Jan 10, 2015 10:37 AM
Nancy Beyer
Beard Transfer
Thank you for transferring the memorial for Bernice Beard. Much appreciated.
Added by Nancy Beyer on Dec 22, 2014 6:38 PM
Jo Ann Scroggins
Evans Memorials
Thanks for all the transfers! I promise to take good care of them and I'm very happy to have them!
Added by Jo Ann Scroggins on Oct 20, 2014 12:48 AM
Kathie King Wilkinson
Hummel Emil #38784363
Hello, you took a photo of the tombstone of Friedrich Hummel (#9997971) and his wife Wilhelmine (#9997972), and their memorials have been transferred to me as a distant relative. The tombstone also includes the name of Emil, their son. Another individual created a memorial for Emil (#38784363) at another cemetery. Could you please upload your photo to Emil's memorial?
Thanks,
Kathie King Wilkinson, great grand-niece to Friedrich & Wilhelmine Hummel
Added by Kathie King Wilkinson on Sep 28, 2014 11:48 AM
Gay Hermann
Ballor, Mary E and Anthony
Mary E (Lawless) Ballor died in 1938 in Clinton Michigan. But, the county is Macomb, not Lenawee. Since there are two Clinton townships in Michigan, it can be confusing. Mary Lawless was born in Macomb Co. She lived on the farm in Macomb Co all her life. She is d/o James Lawless and Barbara Kader. My grandfather was George James Ballor, who was the son of Anthony and Mary.
Added by Gay Hermann on Sep 21, 2014 7:58 AM
Rainey
Asa and Caroline Austin Memorial
Hi Asa is my 4x great grandfather. And there are some errors in the dates of their birth. I submitted a request for changes. I have actual copies of pages from the Austin family bible. Caroline was born in 1824. Not 1834. According to what is written in the bible. Her oldest son (Henry) was born in 1846 so that would have made her too young. Asa was born in 1811 not 1816. Not only is it written in the bible but I also have a copy of his obit. His obituary was printed in the Sentinel, Utica, Michigan. Sat. Mar 26, 1881 on page 4. it reads: "Asa H. Austin an old resident of this village died last wednesday morning. He was born in Onondaga county N.Y. in 1811. He enlisted in the regular" (obit is difficult to read cannot make out the next word the article uses. but I know he was in the regular army I also have a copy of his military records that I requested from the Nataional Archives.) "in 1838 and served with distinction in the Mexican and Seminole wars. you did a wonderful job on the memorial just thought I could help contribute.
Added by Rainey on May 28, 2014 4:44 AM
Paul Warner
RE: Photo of Edward Cole
I'm glad I could help!
Added by Paul Warner on May 09, 2014 10:30 PM
J Farris
Transfer
No problem. Glad I could get the photo for you.
Added by J Farris on Mar 03, 2014 2:10 PM
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