|Thomas Henning (#46579643)|
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I want to express my thanks to everyone who has sent corrections and additional information to me concerning my entries on Find-A-Grave. I hope everyone doesn't think I am rude for not getting back to them and thanking each individual one. There are only so many hours in a day. |
Rather than creating a duplicate memorial of a memorial someone else has already entered, why not contact that person and ask them to either edit their entry or at least transfer that memorial to you.
Please, if anyone discovers a mistake in my entries or have any information to add, delete, or would like a transfer of a memorial please contact me through Find A Grave or send me an email.
Please feel free to copy photos I've added on Find A Grave.com for your own family history records. It is not necessary to contact me directly for permission, but please indicate that I provided the photo and that it is being used with permission.
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|Debra L. Rooke||Donald Henry Roling #42565829|
Can this be transferred to me? I am related to him. My number is #42565829. Thank you. Debra L. Rooke
|Clyde Ginnett||Thomas Fry|
Thank you for taking photos of my 3ggparents. I could access Juliann Prong #46294712 but the link is broken for the photo of her husband Thomas Prong Find A Grave Memorial# 46295023 Is there a was to fix that link. Thank you for your time & effort.
|Carla McClasky||Benjamin Roling|
Do you know who the little graves are next to Benjamin Roling? Find A Grave Memorial# 17094473
|Sandra Lineberry-Sims||Billie Jean Lineberry|
First I would like to thank you for all your work that you do to help people in the ancestry quest. I realize it is a daunting task and mistakes can be made. I would like if you could correct the entry for my sister, Billie Jean "BJ" Lineberry. She is buried in St. John's Lutheran Cemetary in Bellevue Iowa. Also you have her as Billie Jean "jb" Lineberry but it is BJ.
Thank you for your time!
Keep up the good work!!!
|L Niedermeyer||Anna Carry Jones|
Also please note that her death date has been transposed and should be 1897, not 1987.
|L Niedermeyer||Find A Grave Memorial# 16159667 Anna Carry Jones|
Anna Carry Jones was born Mary Ann CAIRY, to
William William Cairy: Memorial# 22519881
Melvina Barnholt: Memorial# 22519884
She was known as Anna, and also sometimes had her name recorded as Hannah. She married Fred Jones (son of Plimpton O. Jones and Louisa Ferrin on 19 Nov 1896 in Lamotte, Jackson, Iowa.
Have you noticed that Find a grave is sending you the edits in a pre entered form now? I missed them at first too. there is a tab at the top of your home page where you review and accept or deny them. I had sent you some that you have not gotten to yet. It simplifies our edits but I forget to check them! Thanks, Rosalie
|Eric Davison||Transfer request|
Could you transfer memorial #12623518 Nancy Hazen in the Cottonville Cemetery Jackson county Iowa. This is my 3 great grandmother's mother and Bejamin Hazen is her father. I you could transfer both memorials that would be greatly appreciated.
|Shelley Adams||William P. Taylor Grave|
Ted, would you please transfer the grave memorial of my great-great grandfather to me? His wife was not Sarah. I would be grateful, as I could then add photos and information on the entire family as most people buried in Harmony Church Cemetery are related to one another by blood or by marriage.
|Shelley Adams||Memorial for William P. Taylor|
William P. Taylor was my great-great grandfather.
He was not born in Scotland. He was born in Baltimore, Maryland, the son of Rev. Stephen L. and Margaret Byrne Taylor. His biography, in The History of Jackson County, Iowa lists his place of birth as Worcester Co., Maryland (Baltimore comprises part of this county). William lived in Otter Creek Township and married Mary Ann Beck. Mary Ann was a member of the Reformed Church at Zwingle who came with her parents from Westmoreland Co., Pennsylvania shortly after the settlement of Zwingle took place. William had a brother, Stephen L. Taylor who married Cecelia DePuy, daughter of Lemuel. The Taylor and DePuy families came together to Jackson County from St. Clair County, lllinois. I am not sure where you obtained the information on his nativity, except that there was another William Taylor in the area at that time. William also had a sister, Amelia who married Jesse Hodge Jackson and lived for a while in Jackson County. Thank you so much for documenting his gravesite, but please correct his information.
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