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I will be glad to make additions and corrections to memorials or transfer your relative's memorial to you. Please use the Edit tab to send your request.
"We can't resist this rifling around in the past, sifting the untrustworthy evidence, linking stray names and questionable dates and anecdotes together, hanging on to threads, insisting on being joined to dead people and therefore to life."
from The View from Castle Rock
by Alice Munro
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|Susan Hill||Mary Elizabeth Nelson McGee|
In going back and getting all of the sources in place for my family, I have run across Memorial# 81097112 that has my great grandparents linked to her. This is incorrect. George & Emily ha a daughter, but she was Elizabeth E. Nelson Hill married to Morgan Maxwell Hill. Would you please delete the parent links?
|KathyLOldfield||Old City Cemetery, Briscoe Brothers|
I ended up taking a ton of pictures of the marker trying to make it out if you want those to see if can make it clearer to read. Hubby and I plan on going back this weekend with paper to do a rubbing to try to read it better.
|NancyP||Jennie and Grif Buckalew|
I cannot tell you how surprised and happy you have made me today! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!
Added by NancyP on Nov 10, 2014 5:19 PM
|Nancy Yankie Sidarous||RE: Rhoda Haden|
Hi, Linda - I found the answer. Hinchey married Rhoda Adaline Aug 7, 1833 and she was born in 1810. They had a daughter in 1851 whom they named Rhoda Adaline Rivers; she married in 1871 and died in 1914. The repetition of names in my family, no matter how off-the-wall they may be is mind boggling.
There's another question solved! Thanks so much, Nancy
|Maureen Risley Wellman||RE: Ricketts Photo|
Thank you for your kind note. Because his mother's name and his were written on the back of the photograph and you had that exact info in your
memorial, I was able to match him to his
grave. Isn't it a darling photo? I bet
he was an amazing person. I truly hope one
day a family member will find him and smile!
|Deborah S||RE: John Ford|
You are most welcome. Glad to help. I am surveying and photographing as much of Maplewood cemetery as I can, time permitting. it's such a big cemetery, I figure this is a lifetime project!
|Diana Grau||Lucy lawson|
Thank you for adding the pictures of Aunt Lucy's grave marker. I really appreciate it. Diana Lawson Grau
|Karen Gray Edwards||RE: Thank you so much|
I registered as a photo volunteer in my area and hope to be able to "pay it forward" for someone else!
|Mary Wells Webb||Barker family|
Just wondered if you are related to the Barkers. There are several folks buried in the Wells Cemetery that I don't know of any connection they have to the Wells family. Just wondered if you might know. Also, if they are relatives I would be happy to transfer them to you.
|Marian Miller||McGee Cemetery|
Thank you very much for your work on McGee Cemetery.
I haven't been there since the 1980's. There is much more to it than I remember. (I live 850 +/- miles from it.)
My first visit was when I was 6 for the burial of my great grandmother "Bennie" Buckley McGee.
Grandmother had more children than the three listed with her page. Is the list limited to those buried in this cemetery?
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