|Judy Kay Deal (#46856706)|
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I am mother of 2, grandmother of six and great grandmother of 7. I love looking for family and meeting new people, am looking for Staten, Mullins, Ford, Johnson, Richmond, Deal, Diehl, Swinger, Lowe, Hyre, Austin, Ranbarger, Orr, Schoonover, Houston, Vest, Ramsey, Rucker, Taylor, Green, Mohler, Parks, Parker, Lowrance, Legg, and many more.|
I help seniors who need help and have no computer so they can find their family and love every minute of it.
If you have more info on any of the People I have added please let me know and we can add it.
We are all here to help everyone and if I can help I will.
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How do I edit information that is incorrect
Hi. Do you have a reference for the changes to her name? In looking in Family Search quickly, I see many spellings of Snyder as a maiden name and no first name of Mary. Thanks.
Added by Sharon on Nov 09, 2016 3:04 PM
|Alan||J B Smith/Barbee Grave|
Hi. I'm a descendant of JB Smith and saw you had taken a photo of their stone. While traveling, I stopped in the Old Robinson Cemetery looking for gravesites. I couldn't find any of my people. Do you recall where in the cemetery their grave is? Thanks, Alan Atwood
Added by Alan on Sep 09, 2016 6:44 AM
|Gerald Steffy||Confusion re date|
How can Sarah Duncan be the wife of Andrew Wilson Duncan and die as a Preschooler. She is buried in the Morea Cemetery. Gerald Steffy
|Remember me||Daniel Caulder|
You're requesting changes to a memorial for Daniel Caulder, and I believe you have him confused with another Duncan Daniel Caulder of the Marion/Marlboro County area that also was involved with the Civil War, was in the 23rd Infantry, also Co. H.
|Memories Last A Lifetime||RE: Norma Faye Knoblett Chesser|
Sorry for not responding back in a timely manner Judy. I have been very ill since my gallbladder surgery in Aug 2012 and nearly passed away from septic shock at the age of 34. I will be happy to turn the "Grandma" Norma's page over to you. Believe it or not I grew up with them, they were my neighbors when I was a little girl and through my teenage years when my family and I lived in Galien on Second st:) Im not for sure how to link her to you. Thanks for the extra information. I will always cherish the both of them in my heart forever. My siblings and I called them Grandma and Grandpa<3 Love always, Kelly King<3
|William Roha||It can I would like them to be but am I allow to put them on every memorial?|
Excuse me for jumping into your conversation but I noticed this question...
FindAGrave does not want a cemetery photo individually attached to each memorial. The way to have a cemetery photo displayed on a memorial is to have FindAGrave designate the photo as the "standard" photo to be shown on each memorial.
Again...I hope I'm not annoying you with that bit of information. I can give you more details if you want.
|Joyce Mize Worsham||RE: East View Cemetery Rome Ga.|
What happened to the original photo that was there for the entire East View Cemetery?
|Joyce Mize Worsham||East View Cemetery Rome Ga.|
After seeing the brick entrance columns to East View Cemetery all these years and which I have driven through many, many times, I see you have uploaded a closeup of existence. May I ask if both photos can be on each and every memorial.
|dpalmateer||Morea Cemetery Crawford Illinois|
Would you mind checking Morea and any other cemetery close to Morea for any Palmateers? I am doing genealogy research on my family and I believe many of the Palmateers started in NY but moved and lived in Crawford Illinois back in the mid-1800s. I am especially looking for a John Palmateer, Elizabeth Quimby Palmateer and a Joseph Clark Palmateer. Gravestone pics would be great. Even just information would be so helpful. Thank you!
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