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WillowWisp46 (#47891711)
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Bio Photo I am retired and living in Arizona. I enjoy working on my own family tree. I have discovered many of my relatives thanks to the work contributors have added to Find A Grave.
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Kenneth Neundorf
Transcribing.
We are learning with this new transcribing system. I think it is a great idea but Find A Grave needs to work out many bugs in the system.

Thanks for being willing to transcribe.

Ken
Added by Kenneth Neundorf on Apr 21, 2016 11:38 AM
Kenneth Neundorf
Transcribing
When you transcribe please dont' use all Caps. Find A Grave does not allow that and I have to change the ones you transcribed for me.

Thanks
Ken
Added by Kenneth Neundorf on Apr 21, 2016 8:52 AM
OkieBran
Cora Belle (Molder) Pendergraft Rose Grassa
I have transferred your Paternal Grandmother to your care.
Added by OkieBran on Mar 30, 2016 7:09 PM
Jenifer
Mary Jane Warhurst Goff
Hello, this is my line:
Mary Jane Warhurst Goff 1830-1912

dau Sarah Cassandra Goff Robertson 1851-1925

dau Anna Mary Robertson Matlock 1876-1936

dau Ada Matlock Lambright 1902-1998

I'm Ada's granddaughter by her only surviving child. Would you like information on the family here in Missouri? Jenifer Jones
Added by Jenifer on Mar 07, 2016 3:20 PM
Jenifer
Mary Jane Warhurst Goff
Hello, I wondered if you were related to the Warhurst or Goff family after I saw you had posted a wonderful photo of Mary Jane on her memorial site. She was my 3 gr grandmother on the maternal side. She moved to Oklahoma after the death of her husband to be with daughters Susie & Lou. When she died, they wouldn't send her back to be buried in Fillmore, MO by her husband. Thank you, Jenifer
Added by Jenifer on Mar 04, 2016 4:51 PM
Bobby Duff
RE: transcribing.
If you did make up a new word then I'll be sure you get credit for it. And you are right the field work may be tougher. The last cemetery I photographed (my grandparents place of burial) was on a hillside and it was no easy task. Though the taking of the pictures if you have a little experience, patience and a good camera is not at all hard. Maybe challenging is the right word to deal with the elements of sunshine, shade trees, bushes, grave decorations and the like.
Added by Bobby Duff on Oct 27, 2015 6:07 PM
Bobby Duff
RE: transcribing.
You gave me such a good laugh with the description of your transcribing skills. You sound so professional. And you definitely got further with the one I posted than I did. I guess all we can do is make the best educated guesses we can and hope it's right. Thanks again. Nice to meet you.
Added by Bobby Duff on Oct 27, 2015 3:35 PM
Bobby Duff
transcribing.
Hey,

I just wanted to say THANKS! for transcribing the stone for Bill Hill Cemetery. That was a big help. I honestly had no idea what it was and was hoping someone could do a better job than me. I did make one small change since the name Lenkel appeared first on the stone I changed the given name to Lenkel Estelle. Which may be wrong. Who knows. Thanks again.
Added by Bobby Duff on Oct 26, 2015 9:42 PM
Stephen Barrie
RE: Marion King
exactly, that's how I see it too, we've been the beneficiaries of the hard work of others so good to repay it :-) Stephen
Added by Stephen Barrie on Oct 10, 2015 2:56 AM
Stephen Barrie
RE: Marion King
Hi, I went back yesterday and cleaned Marion King's stone (and many others), have now uploaded fresh picture, Stephen ps are you a relative?
Added by Stephen Barrie on Oct 09, 2015 8:41 AM
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