|cynthia mullens (#47993829)|
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If you have corrections, additions, or links you'd like me to add to a memorial, I am glad to make those corrections. Please use the edit feature. It's easy and efficient, and helps ensure accuracy. Feel free to add photos and flowers to any of the memorials I created, which any member can do on his or her own.|
I follow Find A Grave's guidelines for transfers.
Please read the FAQ. I won't transfer memorials en masse, and I won't try to look up your user ID if you request a transfer of your close relative's memorial through an email which does not include your member number. I traveled to most of the memorials I've documented, spending my own resources and time to do it. The memorials I've posted are a product of my work. Please don't address requests to me as though you are entitled to receive the work I've done. I'm sorry if this sounds harsh, but I have received a fair number of demands lately for blocks of transfers and so now I feel like I should speak on that.
I am glad to share the information I gathered on Find A Grave. I will even go to a cemetery to see if your relative is there when there is no other record of it, when I have time. You may use any of my photos for your own non-profit purposes once they are posted on Find A Grave. I love genealogy, too, and understand the desire to have a photographic record to attach to a relative's personal history. Credit me my photos, please.
My husband and I are related to people in the following groups of family names: Sparks, Copenhaver, Brown, Mullens, Mullins, Armstrong, Frame, Scott, Hill, Creasy, LeMaster, Hanna, Temple, Davis, Staggs, Leftwich, Sargent, Rader, McClung, Groves, Hamrick, Vance, Morral, Phares, Boggs, Pope, Hedrick, Kesner, Williams, Knapp, Gum, Seibert/Seybert, etc.
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|Evelyn Linger Thorn||Thanks|
Thanks for the photo of the Nicholas Linger tombstone. It is much appreciated.
|Patsy Caron||Thank you|
Cynthia, thank you so much for continuing to add photos for me. I appreciated this very much. Have a good week!
|msjenjenp||Albert and Grace Burr Dyer|
I just realized you added pictures of my grandparents headstones from the cemetery in Elkins. Thank you so much. I have been wanting these for years. Much appreciated.
|Pat Baker||RE: Ruth White|
Awesome, thank you so much for your efforts! :)
|Elaine Thompson||Thompson photos|
Thank you so much for posting these photos of family. You have made our day.
|Crystal (Boylen) Boggs||re: Blankenship/Hamrick Cemetery|
My husband said he would ask his father. My father-in-laws father, William Scott Boggs, is buried there. We visited back in about 1997 I believe. I am not sure how it looks today. Most of the fence was down we went there. I wish we lived closer - we would be able to help care for it.
Looking for Blankenship&Hamrick Cemetery
I am looking for the Blankenship and Hamrick Cemetery. I doubt I'll be able to find it based on the sparse description, but it looks like you've actually been there. I wonder if you'd be able to give me directions to it. I am looking for James and Osceola Hamrick.
Thank you for adding the photos. Your work is appreciated and the photos add so much.
Added by WillM on Aug 18, 2014 7:51 AM
Thank you for the photograph....much appreciate knowing where Florence was buried too!
|DVF||Pearl Alice Hess Blair McGinnis|
Many thanks, Cynthia, for the photo.
Added by DVF on Aug 14, 2014 2:48 AM
I have thought that I would need to find the gravestone for 64840670 on some future date, if ever in that area again, because I didn't think anyone would willingly drag through to find markers. I tried to call the caretakers a few times, from a number found online but never received an answer. It is my understanding that there is not an office or anything. So, it was probably not the easiest grave marker to find and I thank you deeply for the walking it must have taken, and your kindness to care enough. The man underneath was one of our great grandfathers.
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