|James Archer (#47046691)|
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|Jean Sherlin||Leroy and Lola Davis|
Thanks so much for the transfer of my husband's grandparents and his two uncle.
Have a great day
|Mark L. Ford||Thanks for posting Dr. Martin's grave|
Thank you, James, for helping me find the burial site for Dr. William M. Martin in Marion VA-- I knew he was buried in Marion, but didn't know which cemetery. He's like an ancestor to me, though we're not related; he built the house on 119 North First Street in Harlan KY in 1916, and I've lived there since 1992-- he was President of the Kentucky Medical Association for one year in the 1930s, and I found his photo in the Harlan Daily Enterprise when the KMA held its convention there. I identify a lot with him, thinking about how, nearly a century ago, he and his family once went about their daily life in the same rooms that I'm in now. I'm a lawyer, with my office on the same block; he had his house next door to the Shady Lawn Hospital (the post office is there now), so that he could run next door to tend his patients. He was widowed, with two sons-- I'm recently widowed, with two sons. When the kids were growing up, and there was an unexplained noise in the house, we'd joke that it was "Doctor Martin"-- I wish I knew more about him, but I know quite a lot.
|C Roth||Nancy West Carter|
Thank you for linking this daughter to her parents.
Added by C Roth on Apr 13, 2014 7:11 PM
Thanks so much for the transfer. I appreciate your kindness!
Added by Rosalie on Mar 29, 2014 9:43 AM
|L. Moore||Thank you|
I appreciate your help in linking the memorials for the parents of Ora Kibby.
Added by L. Moore on Mar 06, 2014 11:36 AM
|Christine Bumby Allen||Hamilton EUART Riddle|
Thank you so much for adding the correct photo to Hamilton Euart Riddle's findagrave memorial. I've always had his name listed as Hamilton Ewart Riddle. Thanks to your findagrave memorial for him, I've found out Euart is his correct middle name!!!
While doing my family tree research I'm constantly running into memorials you've created for my husband's kinfolks. I want to tell you personally how much I appreciate all that you have done at findagrave.com. You have helped my family tree grow and grow and grow!!! THANKYOU!!!!
|Roberta F. Bobbi Jenkins||Walter Kelly Poe|
Thank you, that was really fast.
|Jen Walston Harris Hill||Susan Margaret Clark & James A P RYAN..|
Thank You James So Much For Getting Back With Me Over "Preston Or Patrick"... I'm still looking for a Document that reflects Preston but I will leave Patrick & see in the meantime if somebody contacts me & tells me where a record shows Preston! Thanks for the Transfers, I'm adding some family info slowly... ;) Jen
|Grant L. Crigger||Photo's|
I want to publicly thank you for all the hard work you do for Find A Grave. One of my ancestors is a Mary Gullion...a great grandmom. The cemeteries you selected to photograph just happen to be some of the cemeteries that my aunts, uncles and cousins of grandmom are laid to rest. Your efforts have helped me locate a lot of my relatives and to record them in my family tree.
I use my time and efforts in making a family tree that is available to everyone...many, many people access the tree. You have assisted many people in their efforts of recording their ancestors.
I thank you for myself and the multitude of people you have helped.
|Sheila Marie Inglin||RE: Welcome|
Thank youuuuuuuuu sooooooooo very much, James!!! I am thrilled about this and soon I can add some pictures of my Daddy!!!! :) Thank you!!!! :)
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