|Bob & Sue (#47206658)|
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|Bob and I have completely different interests except for computers. Many entries were made when we were new at this hobby. I am adding facts when I can to create more complete Memorial Pages like adding dates and locations when possible from the census with links to other family members. Please do not nag me or hound me with numerous pages of marriage links or maiden names that I listed as middle names. I am getting around to them. If that is all you can find that I did wrong, I did well. We are not the greatest typists. We will fix our errors with a smile.|
Our e-mail address: Removed due to many virus attacks with expensive repair fees on a volunteer paycheck.
Refresher of the Find A Grave guidelines:
1) Transfers - We transfer to relatives according to the guidelines. Immediate bloodlines: parents, grandparents, great grandparents and great great grandparents. No transfers - cousins, aunts, uncles, step-children of someone, etc.
2) Photos: Ask before you just take or use. We did the walking and picture taking, not you. Permission will not be granted for any photos we have taken for use on any other website, free or paid. Photos were taken for Find A Grave use.
Contributed facts: "Cut and Paste" with credit going to the contributor. This was much easier to do before the edit tab. Now I just hit ACCEPT and the name of the contributor is gone.
Bob and Sue
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Sue, I have returned the memorial to you for safe keeping. As you have probably guessed, although I use Find a Grave frequently in my research, I have never been involved in the nuts and bolts as it were. Glad to have the opportunity to add some things to Sally's memorial. At this point, no one but myself has an interest in her information, but I guess you never really know going forward. Thanks again, Mike
Added by Mike on May 22, 2016 9:37 AM
I have made some additions to Sally's memorial. Didn't need the 1930 census, of course. So generous of you to take the time to look up all of the information. I really didn't intend to be the manager of the memorial, and I would be happy to return it to you for safe keeping. I'm not sure I'd even know how to manage it. I really only intended to say thank you for your dedication to this project. Thanks again, Mike
Added by Mike on May 21, 2016 9:32 PM
Thank you for posting this picture of my sister's gravesite. I live a long distance away, and cannot visit the cemetery. I was 11 when she died and her dead was devastating to our family. Just to let you know, your work is very much appreciated. Mike
Added by Mike on May 21, 2016 10:11 AM
|Bill Mears||Marvin Wright|
Site has been updated and GPS coordinates were also dated.
|David Fields||Harry Michael Zimmer|
Thanks for your work. Harry's DOB is 2/24/1896. He died 11/1/1937, NOT 1957. I have an application form he filled out in 1928 to join my aviation fraternity. The address on the application matches info on Ancestry.com, which also has his death date.
Please let me know if you need anything further from me.
|TJ Campbell||Hallie McGee Campbell|
Hello, I just found your posting for my great aunt by marriage. Thank you for doing this as we had no idea where Hallie was buried or when she had died.
I would like to point out that her husband's name was Moses( not Mose) Finley Campbell; he was called Finley. He was not born in Kentucky, but rather in Chanute, Tn, about two miles from the Tn/Ky border in what is now Pickett Co, Tn. (it was Fentress Co when Finley was born).
Again, I so appreciate your posting Hallie's grave!
|Don Green||William Hugo - 83975822 - Wheeling, Ill|
Hi Bob & Sue,
You had this one transferred, so I'm hoping he's a relative. My great great grandmother had a brother Frederick William Hugo, that went by William Hugo. He's mentioned in her obituary (1929) as living in Illinois and also in her older brother's obit (1907) as living in Illinois. The rest of the family, including their parents (John Frederick and Elizabeth Hugo), had all settled in upstate NY. Most had arrived from Germany in 1863.
Do you know if our William Hugo's are the same ? Also, my Gr gr grandmother was "Carrie" same as William's first daughter.
Thanks for any info you have !
Arizona summer is approaching quickly. Today it reached 95. Even for us that is early. Hardly any rain at my house all winter even during the so called rainy season.
They opened up a new cemetery at Marana for the veterans. It is smack in the middle of farm land and has a wonderful mountain view. Only a couple burials as it just opened about a month ago. I get it photographed soon. My brother was just buried there so I have a legit reason to photograph.
|Toya Froman||Myrtle Alice Grant #66648985|
Hi, Myrtle was my great grandmother and I would appreciate it if this record could be transferred to me.
Thank you so much for adding this record. Find a Grave is a such a great source of information.
this is my source for requested edits:
Name Roxie Brown
Event Type Death
Event Date 04 Aug 1957
Event Place Elmwood Park, Cook, Illinois, United States
Address 1839 No 74th Ave
Marital Status Widowed
Birth Date 23 Aug 1884
Birthplace Dunkirk, , Indiana
Funeral Home Orville J Schmaedeke
Burial Place Worth Township, , Illinois
Cemetery Holy Sepulchre
Father's Name John W Rees
Mother's Name Emma Mckinley
Informant's Name John R Brown
Entry Number 2149
Added by nannette on Apr 10, 2016 11:06 AM
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