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The vast majority of pages I've added to Find-a-Grave are for strangers. I'm always happy to transfer pages to people who know something about these strangers. If you would like for me to transfer a page to you, please let me know (preferably by clicking on "edit" and then "suggest correction" since that will provide both a link to the page and a link to your contributor page with the necessary ID# for the transfer).|
I live in Jackson (Hinds County), Mississippi, and love "graving," whether here in central Mississippi or in other places when I'm traveling. If you find errors in my listings, please send me corrections.
A note about photo requests: If you make a request for Lakewood Memorial Park or Lakewood South, please include the section and plot number.
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|Jan J. Shultz||Jones and Anna Dixon|
Thank you so much for the 2 transfers.
I deeply appreciate all you have done on FindAGrave.
|Joseph Fox||RE: Thomas Lard # 17696882|
Thanks for the transfer...he was my grandfather's grandfather. I have changed the name back to Lard and attempted to explain the confusion in the Bio. I have heard several accounts of why the change was made but have no idea which is correct.
|Joseph Fox||Thomas Lard # 17696882|
When a man was born, lived and died as a Lard, as Thomas Lard was, it does him no honor to change the spelling of his name because some of his children did. Thomas Lard was the son of Jesse and Mary Edwards Lard. His grandfather was Josiah Lard, in censuses and land records. There is a letter from his brother, Victor Lard, dated July 25, 1880, that addresses him as Thomas Lard:
|Mike Sweet||Jacob & Susan Oates's memorials|
Thank you so much for transferring Jacob & Susan Oates's memorials to me. I really appreciated your time and effort in posting the memorial originally. I have deleted my duplicate memorials.
|Deby Beran||Farris Hill Cemetery|
This cemetery has so few graves and only 1% photographed. I found 3 with the last name of Kersh , but all the my other family is in other cemeteries. Maybe I am making a poor assumption, but is this perhaps a cemetery for black families? I know you are active in the area & took the cemetery photo, just hoping you would know.
Thanks, Deby Kersh Beran
Ps - I put in photo requests for the 3.
|Charles Dawkins||Beth Eden Lutheren cemertary|
eithere read or was told that the Beth Eden cemetery in Winston had a monument with the name E. T. Dawkins but no dates. Do you know anything about that or can you put me in touch with someone that would know.
Charles H. Dawkins
|Betty ||Betty Duckworth|
Thanks Natalie, I will transfer to you if you want to maintain this memorial. Betty
Added by Betty on Jun 14, 2015 7:40 AM
|Shannon Lynch||Thanks for the picture|
I appreciate it.
|Ted Holmes, Sr.||J. J. & Elizabeth Pruitt|
Many thanks for the transfer. Appreciate your good work!
|Alex ||RE: Annie Laurie Hearin|
Sorry for any inconvenience. I am going around and adding memorials and suggesting edits for those who were featured on Unsolved Mysteries through the years. I always offer my condolences to those who went missing or were murdered. If you can, please let Annie's family know of my heartfelt condolences. I have her profile on an Unsolved Mysteries page I created myself on Facebook and hopefully her family will see that and know that people still care about her and want to know what happened to her.
Added by Alex on May 25, 2015 4:02 PM
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