|Donna Barnes (#47112976)|
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I have put a great deal of time into creating many of these memorials. I am continually researching the memorials that I've created and often find more things to add. If you have some information you'd like added, let me know. |
Please read the Find a Grave policy to see whether your request qualifies a transfer. If it falls within the guidelines, then, please use the EDIT button on the top right of the person's memorial page when you want to request a transfer since it provides me with the link to that memorial.
Any non-direct relatives (aunts, uncles, cousins, etc.) will not be transferred. The goal is not to "own" every memorial of those to whom you are related. The ultimate goal should be to have meaningful, accurate memorials that honor those who have passed away, regardless of who created the memorial or who maintains it.
I am more than happy to have anyone add their personal photos of people on a memorial. However, I discourage adding death certificates and genealogy material in printed form out of a book.
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Would you be so kind to transfer #93869170 over to me. This is my wife's son.
|Red||Calvin and Ella Girton|
Thank you for the photos of the Girton's markers. I appreciate you taking the time to do this for me. Red
Added by Red on Aug 15, 2014 7:38 PM
|Shirley||Walter Frederick Morris|
Oh, Donna, I just found the photos you posted on my grandfather's memorial. Thank you so much -- I'm in tears. As usual, your photos are superior! Thank you for allowing me to read what is actually on his tombstone. Shirley
Added by Shirley on Aug 14, 2014 6:15 PM
Thank you so much for making all the edits to the Blackwell memorials! Have a great day!
|kentuckywoman2||Lucinda Watts Memorial #66521133|
Levi Fuller was born in Pennsylvania in 1838-1839. He married Lucinda Watts on January 1, 1867. They had a little girl, Lena/Linna, born in 1868-1869. My information is that Lucinda was born in 1846, which would make ever so much more sense. And in fact, if you look at the headstone very carefully, you can see the difference between the "1"s that are there, and the "4", which slants down and to the left, while the "1"s do not. It is also pretty easy to see the last numeral is a "6" and not a "0"...there is a definite break mid-point on the right side of the number.
In any event, I can't see Levi, who was around 28 years old, marrying a 57 year old woman. They just didn't do that back then. And there's no way on God's green earth, back in the mid-1800s, that a 58-59 year old woman was going to give birth! I'm not even sure that would be possible today, unless there was medical intervention - which they did not have in 1867.
I suppose this could be a different Levi and Lucinda Fuller, but the chances of that are pretty slim.
Let me know what you think. :-)
|Cami Herbel Harris||Adams photos|
Thank You so much for getting the pictures of Dorothy and John's headstones for me !!It is much appreciated : )
|James Buckholts||Bessie Lee Buckholts Zellner|
Thank you for all you do!
|John Russell Pierson||Harlen Richardson|
Thanks for the pic!
|Becky Doan||Titus Doan|
It was a nice surprise to receive this photo/email tonight. Thanks for doing this! BD
|Richard Mayo||Sgt Benjamine L Woodhouse|
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