|Suzy & Rob (#46950534)|
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The human stories and history that can be found in cemeteries have facinated my husband and I for years. We are happy to share this facination with the Find A Grave community. Please contact us if you have any additional information to add to our memorials. Also, please feel free to use our pictures to enhance your family histories. A credit would be nice but not a requirement.|
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|Sue Butterfield Picard||Davis'|
Thank you for the updates & for the transfers. I'm thrilled to have her linked to her family.
|Patricia Heath||RE: Robert and Maude Ferguson|
I removed Maude from the Cemetery and put her as burial unknown. I hope you did that with Robert. If not let me know.
|Patricia Heath||RE: Maude Ferguson|
The wife of Robert Franklin Ferguson was Maude F. (Kirkwood) Ferguson. She was born 4 Dec 1877 in Memphis, Shelby Co., TN and died 15 Mar 1969 in PA. This is what I got from the social security Index as well.
|Linda Linn||Evangeline Little|
I removed Evangeline Little's name as you requested. If you contact grave-walker who added the photo for her to my memorial, I would think he would add it to yours.
|Jackie L. Wolfe||William Allen|
I did not Find W D Allen in the Cemetery>>>According to the Riverside Cemetery Burial Register Index located at the Denver Public Library, William D. Allen is buried at Riverside in Block 21, Lot 133. Please update your burial information.
|Louise||RE: Nannie Bacon|
You are very welcome!
Added by Louise on Apr 24, 2015 3:19 AM
|David O. Powell||Re: Maria Reynolds Rundle|
Thank you for updating Maria's memorial #131446342 with the factual information provided. It is greatly appreciated.
David O. Powell
|LeRoy Krsiean||Thank You|
You are correct, the Memorial I created was a duplicate. It is a strange peculiarity of the Findagrave computer that a person won't show up on a search, and that failure to find can result in a duplicate. I doesn't always happen, but it does from time to time. Just a few days ago I created a Memorial, and when I searched on the person the Findagrave computer didn't find the Memorial. I was very careful about typing in the information, three times but the searches failed to find my creation. Finally, I just used a last name and Arizona without any other information and that did the trick, found the Memorial right away. On that particular search I had whittled it down to last name, death year, and Arizona but the computer failed to find the Memorial. On the last search, that did find the Memorial, I only used the last name and Arizona, dropping the death year. Go figure. Little wonder these duplicates happen. I have worked with computers since the early 1980s; I simply can not figure out how and why Findagrave's computer "computes" errant searches. LeRoy.
|donnatreez||RE: Etta Galbreath|
Thanks, Suzy! The note will clear up any confusion about the birthdates.
As you probably know, I'm adding the exact grave locations from Greenwood's block cards. I'm also linking people to kin if I can determine them from death certificates or my independent research.
Thank you for the update.
Added by jmaw2 on Apr 18, 2015 4:47 PM
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