|Sue Henry (#47248546)|
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Hi, I am 59, sort of retired. My husband Jim and I have a small farm. We have about 40 cows, that we feed and take care of. Calving is fun, unless it's below zero at 2 in the morning. But, we take the good with the bad. Seeing a live baby get up in those conditions is a miracle. Even "I" like the heat from the hair dryer !!|
I'm researching my family, with names like the "Giacoletto" clan from Arkansas, and my Mother's "Maluda" family in Massachusetts. Also my Step Dad's family from Cloud County, Ks, the Coyle's and Gibbs. My husbands side are from this area, Ottawa County, and they are Henry, and Haley's.
I am on the dyslexic side of things, so hard as I try, what I see, may not be what is really there. So, if you see errors, please let me know, and I will correct them.
There's just not too much more I guess. Thanks for listening. Sue
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|Sandra Scott||Glasco Cemetery|
I wonder if I may have your permission to use your cemetery photo on my family website. Check it out at www.freienmuth-shortridge.com/shortridge/cemeteries.html. This is how I'd be using the photos and obituaries I find on Find A Grave, with 'used with permission' in the caption.
|Ernie Ferguson||Sallie Crider|
Thanks Sue. Links are now in place for Criders.
|Ernie Ferguson||Sallie Crider|
Would you be able to make the link suggestions I made for Sarah Crider McCune's parents soon? I wanted them linked prior to a family reunion.
If not, please give me maintenance rights to my step ggrandmother and I will get them link.
|John J. Long||Melissa Woods Temple|
Would you be kind enough to make the following changes? Amos Temple was not the husband of Melissa. He was her father-in-law. Her husband was Charles Amos Temple, mem. 23389945. Please delete Amos and add Charles. Many thanks. John J. Long
|Cynthia Dawn Higgins Page||John Page|
Glad you knew Mr. Page. He was the nicest, kindest of men. I miss him every day. I am married to his son, John, II, since 1979, and he is as nice and kind as his father.
|Cynthia Dawn Higgins Page||Transfer of John W. Page Memorial|
Thank you so much for the transfer of the John Willifred Page memorial. I am honored to take care of my "Dad's" memorial on Find A Grave. I do not ask people for transfers often, but it is nice to know there are kind contributors who will transfer family memorials. Not everybody is as considerate as you are. (I asked once for my great grandmother's memorial to be transferred to me and was denied. The person that created the memorial is not related, and she was very nasty to me, simply because I asked.) You are working hard, and doing a great justice for all with your contributions to Find A Grave. Thank you. Cynthia Dawn Higgins Page
|Cynthia Dawn Higgins Page||Find A Grave #52600320|
Thank you so much for all the contributions you have made to Find A Grave. It is really nice to find family connections. I would like to request the transfer of my Father-In-Law, John W. Page to my management. I married his son John Willifred II in 1979, and since my father passed away in 1971, I considered John Sr. as my "new" father. I would really appreciate you honoring my request. Thank you, Cynthia Dawn Higgins Page
|Cynthia Farmer-Nold||Your cemetery cleanup appreciated|
As coincidence, I met a woman who was at the cemetery when you and your sister were cleaning up. She was so appreciative since she has family buried there. I was telling her about some of African American cemeteries I have been working on, adding pages, taking a few photos. She mentioned you and your sister. Small world. It would be wonderful to see some of the small cemeteries cleaned up. But it is simply good that they are still there. Sometimes they turn into farm fields with terraces.
|Bill Paschal||RE: Cindy Maluda Ostrobinski|
You are very welsome
|Steve Seim||Missouri State School Cemetery|
I'm trying to find GPS coordinates for this cemetery. I see you've been there to take a cemetery photo - can you help me? If you can find the spot on Google Maps, just right-click on it and select, "What's Here?" That will give you the coordinates.
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