|Jim Hunt (#47008269)|
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My family and I enjoy researching our family history. We've found findagrave.com to be very helpful. If you have something to add to any of my postings, please contact me. I have, and encourage, a liberal transfer policy. If you are related and I'm not, a transfer is in order. Feel free to use any of my photos.|
Principle areas of research are Blinston(e), Hope, Connolly, Kasich, Hardin, Cornwall, Messinger, McCaleb/McKillop, Edwards, Wooton/Wooten, Willard.
Findagrave.com has become a mainstay of my family history research. Thanks to all my fellow findagraver's out there for the fabulous work you do. We all benefit from each other's work.
If you want changes made to a memorial I manage or are requesting a transfer, please use the edit tab on the individual's page in the upper right corner.
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|Alex Craig||Thomas Mackay, Inverness|
I am curious to know if you have any connection to Thomas or his wife? They are my gg-grandfather/mother.
We visited in 2014, and found the grave difficult to read, so did some cleaning, we are very pleased to see it is still so clean,
|J.D.||Relatives on your site|
I am a nephew of the willefords you have listed on your site. Please transfer them to me.
Added by J.D. on Jul 18, 2016 11:19 PM
|Patricio Griego||Rosa Garcia Memorial|
Thank you for transferring Rosa's memorial to me and for creating the memorial and taking a picture of her headstone.
Thank-you so much for including the excellent photo of the headstone of my Great Great Grandfather in your very impressive collection!!
William (Edward) Davies - 1824-1882 - is interred in St. Laurence Churchyard Cemetery, along with his wife, Eliza (Darlington) Davies - 1816-1887. William was born in Frodsham, and he died in Five Crosses, while Eliza was born in Overton, also dying in Five Crosses. William was a Master Joiner, but also built a successful Provisioner / Baker's Shop in Five Crosses.
Again, thank- you for all your work. It means a lot to so many people, especially those of us who live great distances from the homes of our ancestors.
Sarnia, Ontario, Canada
Added by Lincoln on Jul 06, 2016 5:47 PM
|Malinda Sharp Dobson||RE: Hillcrest Cemetery in Bakersfield|
You are very welcome!
|jk||Find A Grave Memorial# 165096544|
I was transcribing photos and I missed william E Butler's wife, Pearl F Butler, 1906-1978. If I try to fix this by adding her, you will not get credit for her, so instead, I am messaging you. Hoping you will add her. Sorry for the error, but once you hit submit, there is no correcting the error.
Added by jk on Jun 15, 2016 8:01 PM
That's interesting that the family had the name changed. I've added your edit to add the nickname, and I think I'll leave both pictures on the memorial and make a note about the change. Looks like you are hard at work in section 7!
Added by Sidney on Jun 14, 2016 11:55 AM
|Steve Leslie||Albert Hunter Gravesite|
Would you transfer grave #104432774 Albert Hunter to me? This is my wife's great grandfather. My Find A Grave #47806963
|Aunt Jan||Wendy Adams|
Thank you so much for transferring my cousin Wendy. Her death was one more tragic event in a life that was full off turmoil already and I'm truly grateful to you for finding Her grave and creating a memorial. Thanks again
Added by Aunt Jan on Jun 05, 2016 8:30 PM
|fantsy||Breyman, Davis John Mem# 57495198|
Hello, I walked the cemetery you have the memorial for him in, Fircrest, Monmouth, Or, and he is actually buried across the road in the English Cemetery of the same town. I have a photo of his headstone, which I located in the English Cemetery, and will add it when you can transfer his memorial to the correct cemetery. Thank you for your efforts and time.
Added by fantsy on May 27, 2016 5:50 PM
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