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INCORRECT BURIAL INFO …
If I place a memorial in an incorrect cemetery or if cremains are later buried, please let me know the location of the burial so my memorials are correct.
Please use the Edit tab located at the top right of the memorial to let me know of any corrections/additions to my listings so that I may make the updates.
I spend a lot of time increasing the volume and accuracy of biographical information and links even for unrelated families.
I began studying my family history in 1976 and have been at it ever since. I love searching for members of my family tree and learning all I can about their lives.
Personal focus of research on:
The Lyman Family in America: the Ancestors & Descendants of Richard Lyman & Sarah Osborne from High Ongar, England, 1631.
Thomas Tolman, from Salcombe Regis, Devon, England and arrived in America in 1635 and settled in Dorchester, Massachusetts.
"Show me your cemeteries and I will tell you what kind of people you have." - Benjamin Franklin
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Many thanks for the transfers. It is much appreciated.
|Susan Kaplan||Pictures of Uncle Gad Lyman|
I have pictures of Gad Lyman and Cecelia if you would be interested...not sure how you handle contacting each other on this site...but let me know. Gad Lyman is the brother of my ggrandfather x4, David B Lyman who married Lucretia Smith
|Maurice O'Grady||Transfer Request|
Would you consider transferring the following memorials to my care?
#47194125 William Grady
#67042524 Patrick Grady
#67041681 Thomas Grady
#67042876 Ann Scott McCloskey Grady
#67041799 Ellen McNamara Grady
These are my grandfather, my great uncle, my great-grandfather, my great grandmother and my great grandfathers second wife (Ellen McNamara Grady).
I would like to update and add information. Thank you for the consideration.
|JOsh||Memorial #123338824 - Joseph Westcott Hamilton|
Could you please provide me more information on this Memorial. Joseph W Hamilton is a direct ancestor of mine. While the vital stats match and the 'Westcott' has been reproduced on many sites, after years of research I have never come across any proof that Westcott was his middle name.
I have only come across the 'W' as a middle initial. Any further information would be much appreciated.
Added by JOsh on Apr 21, 2016 2:04 PM
|Joan Aldorisio||Memorial# 120211720 Dr. John Raynor|
Hi, I was wondering if you would be so kind as to transfer this memorial to me? This person is my Great-grandfather. Thanks very much for listing him on this site, I do appreciate it.
Joan Aldorisio Member #48116422
|GeorgiaCA||Robert Viale - #10930718|
Hi, I thought you may like to see & read this memorial.
Best Wishes, Georgia
|Donna Pierce||transfer requested|
Hello, I was wondering if you would transfer Agnes Henderson Colman to me. She was married to my husband's great grandfather, James Murray Colman. Thank you for considering my request.
|752nd Tank||Raymond and Mary Holt|
Thank you so very much for the transfers. All the best to you!
|752nd Tank||Transfer Request: Raymond and Mary Holt|
Hello, would you be willing to transfer these memorials to my care?
#122708947 Raymond LaCroix Holt
#122708973 Mary Adella Simpson Holt
These are my parents and I would like to update the memorials so that the names of all their children are included, and also to correct a date error and add photos.
Thank you very much for your kind consideration.
|Beth Murray||RE: Alanson Gray|
I'll have to spend some time on this. I don't know any of Nelson's siblings, I don't know where in NY he was born and I don't know who is parents were. All I know is that he was a traveling tinware salesman before he settled and became a shoemaker. But thank you for all your help. I really appreciate it.
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