|Cracraft Proud (#46600218)|
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Please send all corrections and transfer requests through the "suggest a correction" tab. I will not respond to corrections sent outside this format. Using email and message is getting very tedious and time consuming. Thank you for helping me with this! Passing memorial ownership to family, updating info, correcting info are all my pleasure. Using the "corrections" feature makes it much easier! |
I love genealogy and helping others in their search. New cousins, however distant, are treasured!
I am not a professional photographer by any means, but I work at posting photos from cemeteries in my area. Should anyone want a better photo than what is posted, I will be happy to get one and email or repost. Please, just let me know.
I appreciate all those who have left flowers on my memorials, especially those of my family. Your thoughtfulness is wonderful and a real boost to me! Thank you!
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|Banana ana||Cracraft Question|
Hello Cracraft Proud
Are you related to Martha Cracraft wife of Jeremiah Post? Her children were Charles Post 1800-1884 Memorial # 43973220 Charles' wife Elizabeth Bryant
B 1801 D? their children were Adam C Post 1834-1908
Memorial # 64607133 his wife was Lucy A Frost.
Charles and Elizabeth's next son Charles Post 1839-1915 His wife Maria Rockwell 1844-1901 Memorial # 42933619 Charles and Elizabeth's next son Leonidas Post 1832-1904 his wife Eliza J Stewart 1830-1912
|Joan Stevens||Lydia E. Stevens Clark|
In looking at your entry for Lydia E. Stevens Clark, I have a correction to make. I have her birth certificate from England.
Lydia was born 27 August 1853 (not 1855) at Walworth, Surrey, England. (This is a London area.) Her parents are John Stevens and Eliza Henley. Robert Stevens and Mary Fowler were her uncle and aunt.
Just wanted say HI! I visited Bob's memorial as I was thinking about him today. How I wish he
were here to "discuss" some family information with me. He is surely missed by many of us.
Have a great Thanksgiving!
Added by Margaret on Nov 14, 2015 3:39 PM
|Peggy Mortensen||RE: Errors Carlena Lynn Mortensen #11656369|
Dear Craycroft Proud,
I replied to your message several days ago, but just got a message that it failed.
To save time, here is the info I'd like to see on Carlena Lynn Mortensen & Walter W. Mortensen's memorial:
Children: Vickie Mortensen 1926-1968
Noreen Mortensen 1928-2007
Walter Fred Mortensen 1934
Siblings for Carlena:
Olive Lynn 1902-1928
Elizabeth Lynn 1903-1987
(Carlena Lynn 1905-1984)
Martha Lynn 1808-1980
Jacketta Lynn 1910-1994
Nelda Mae Lynn 1915-1988
Elnora Lynn 1919-1927
Note: There are no half-sisters. They are all full blood.
Siblings for Walt:
Edgar Lawrence Mortensen 1891-1922
LaReta Mortensen 1893-1916
Earl Mortensen 1895-1897
Cecil Mortensen 1896-1905
Delbert Ward Mortensen 1898-1974
Bart Ward Mortensen 1900-1986
Mary Mortensen 1902-1991
(Walter Ward Mortensen 1904-1987
Nadia Mortensen 1907-1980
Elmo Ward Mortensen 1909-1954
Ward Mortensen 1911-1987
Beth Mortensen 1913-1975
Thank you for making these additions & corrections
|Peggy Mortensen||Errors Carlena Lynn Mortensen #11656369|
The format for corrections doesn't address the errors I need correct. Can you transfer Carlena's grave sight to me, her daughter-in-law, with all the complete & correct information.
Thanks for all your work.
|Michelle Drayton Fisher||Susan Collett Memorial #: 150706663|
Holly, Would you like me to transsfer Susan's memorial to you? She is not related to me and I'd be happy to transfer her to you.
|Elaine Paulson||RE: Mark Paulson|
|M. C. Best - Willie||Thanks|
Hi there. Are you by any chance related to Howard and Amy Shacklee Cracraft? I'm a Fairbanks, as Amy was through her father's line. I am curious of all the Fairbanks folks who ended up in Soldier, KS during/after the Civil War and wondered how some of them died shortly afterwards. (Disease? Indian attacks?) Just curious about the history of that place and time and thought I'd reach out. Thanks! -- Colyn
Added by Colyn on May 29, 2015 1:33 PM
Thank you so very much for the transfer of George Frith, and for the nice work you have done for his memorial. You are much appreciated.
Take care :)
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