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Russ C (#46877662)
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I do transfers under Findagrave guidelines. If you are not familiar with the guidelines please look them up. I am not likely to make a transfer without specifics that fall in those guidelines--in keeping with a system of fairness.

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Good morning. Thank you for the memorials of my grandmother and great grandmother. That was very kind of you. Most of my memorials are created because I came across them while looking for others.How did you happen to create the memorials? Just wondering. Have a wonderful day.
Thanks again.
Added by Susan on Sep 27, 2016 7:54 AM
Tekla Bogacz Sobon
Hi. Are you related to Zbylut, Sobon or Bogacz families? I was wondering if you would please let me have these two memorials.
Find A Grave Memorial# 122609477
This is my great grandmother Tekla / Tillie (Busia). Her daughter, Rose, Find A Grave Memorial# 122609533 was my maternal grandmother.
I would really appreciate it. I would also like to thank you for creating the memorials. Each one is an act of kindness. Thank you very much.

Added by Susan on Sep 26, 2016 4:13 PM
Bill U
RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 124223827

Don't know if you knew Mary (nicknamed "Merks") in life. Great lady. She was struck by a car making a right-turn-on-red-after-stop while crossing a street near her home in Chicago IL. Sad. Her death really hit my uncle and the rest of our family.

Hope you are having a GREAT weekend!

Bill U (Merritt Island FL)
Added by Bill U on Sep 25, 2016 9:45 AM
Bill U
Find A Grave Memorial# 124223827
Mary M. "Merks" Flos was one of my aunts. She and her husband Frank lived near us. I've got some details to add to her memorial.

Would you transfer management of her page to me? If not, let me know and I'll share them so you can make the updates.


Bill Uttenweiler
Merritt Island, FL
Added by Bill U on Sep 24, 2016 7:54 PM
RE: Margaret (McKinnon) Manwell 157125162
Thank you!
Added by GeeGee on Sep 23, 2016 7:14 AM
Margaret (McKinnon) Manwell 157125162
Good morning Russ,

First, thank you for adding Margaret's memorial to the database!

Second, if you are not a relative would you please consider transferring management to me? She is my husband's paternal great-grandmother. I am currently working on this line for my husband and one of his only 2 first cousins. I have quite a bit of new information for her.

If you are a relative....would love to compare notes!

Thanks in advance,
Added by GeeGee on Sep 22, 2016 10:32 AM
bill schultz
RE: Extra photo for memorial 121242156
Their seems to be 2 entries for Brigette and Piotr. I post photo's on both peter's.
Added by bill schultz on Sep 18, 2016 2:53 PM
RE: Parent of John Clark
If you will send me your email address (my email address is in my profile here), I'll send you more information this evening.
Added by Genevieve on Sep 08, 2016 7:52 AM
Parent of John Clark
I communicated with you some months back regarding John Clark (Find A Grave memorial# 72055121). I've recently had a DNA match with a person who traces their tree back to Jacob Clark (Born 22 Jul 1815,
Kentucky, USA. Married Mary Turbeville 5 Jan 1836, Putnam County, Indiana. Married Elizabeth Humphrey 28 Nov 1842, Putnam County, Indiana. Died 25 Mar 1892 Greene County, Indiana.)

Given the DNA match, the dates, and the locations, I think Jacob may have been a brother of John. As a further point of interest, John named one of his sons Jacob. Thought you might be interested in this as a possible topic of research. Best wishes.

Added by Genevieve on Sep 06, 2016 8:21 PM
C. Olinski
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Thank you so much for the transfer of Anna Lenart into our care.
Added by C. Olinski on Aug 26, 2016 6:13 PM
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