|Ruth (Hickman) Wicks (#46792405)|
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I think this "Find-a-Grave" website is wonderful, and I hope more people will add data to it. Hopefully my input will help someone out there.|
I so enjoy finding & visiting the old pioneer cemeteries, where the dates go back to the 1700-1800's.
I'll be more than happy to make corrections and/or add data, make relationship links, etc, but I am curtailing (not stopping) transferring memorials due to a growing misunderstanding of what Find-a-grave is all about.
Please DO NOT not leave me a message of "any kind" without leaving a way for me to get back to you. It makes no sense to do so - it is useless and it will be ignored.
Your "e-mail" must be present in your messages to me.
DO NOT ask for transfers without return contact information either.
TRANSFERS: Per Findagrave regulations:
Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. This DOES NOT include aunts, uncles and cousins.
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|Tama Scott||Hi Charles F Bryant|
I have more information on my Charles . I have to say I am in awe and humble how he survied . I found out that he was a prison of war he was captured on 11,30,1864 in Spring Hill TN he was sent to Cahaba Prison in Alabama for almost 6 months then he and all the prisoners where sent to LA to get on a the steamboat SS Sultana. The staemboat left on the 26th april and exploded on the early morning of the 27th , he surivied was sent to a hospital in Memphias then on 16th of May he was sent to Camp Chase in Ohio where he join the 124th C Copmany of Indiana found out he was with 124th D company of Indiana before he was captured. Still trying to find out more about him. Take care Best regards, Tama
|Judith W. (Family Finder)||All those updates!|
Hello again Ruth,
MANY thanks for helping to update the memorials I sent to you. You are truly an angel to help me! I greatly appreciate it.
I've found that there are actually some people in Shelby County who (for whatever reason) have not responded to the edit requests. It is sad that this is happening. I'm not doing this for me. I realize that one day I won't be able to do this, and only want the memorials to be helpful.
I hope you have a great weekend,
|Judith W. (Family Finder)||Thank you!|
Thank you so much for adding my information on Olive Rush Means. You were incredibly fast!
I'm going through my family tree information and trying to link families together on Find A Grave. So, you may be hearing from me again. Many of my family members are buried in Shelby County.
Thanks for your hard work and devotion to Find A Grave,
|Paul Wright||Rev Enos W Lindsey|
Enos and Vitula had a daughter, Loris, born in 1911. She married Louis E. Carr of Spencer Co, Indiana around 1930. My wife's grandmother.
|Tree Leaf||Thank you|
Thank you for posting Elihu Hastings' marker transcription. And for other posted updates.
|Sgoebel08||RE: Adolph Goebel|
ok thank you so much for the information and help!
Everywhere I go, I see the work that you have done. Thank you so much.
Added by KKoch on Jun 09, 2015 4:44 PM
|Tina Marie||68519214 Della DeWeese McCain|
Della was my ex husband's grandmother. She died before he was born. William was his uncle who committed suicide, was cremated and his ashes buried with his mother, Della. Della was married to Charles Edgar (1899-1967) whom is buried with his second wife in Zionsville indiana. Her parents were Martha and Jerome McCain. I at first thought Bill was buried on top his mother but was able to verify yesterday that he had been cremated and his aches are buried with her. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
|Bonnie B.||Moses Depue|
Thank you for creating memorials for Moses and Polly DePue. They are my 4th great grandparents. Moses was born Dec 7, 1785 in lower Mt Bethel, PA. His parents were Benjamin and Ocee Stivers DePue. Who are buried in Sandystown, NJ.
Again, thank you for your contributions. Bonnie B
|Sara Loft||Thanks from Loft/Lundy family!|
Thank you for your input on my Great-Aunt Betty J. Lundy Johnson! Some day, I will find her with ease.
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