|Jenn Lewallen (#46582334)|
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All personal family information that has been posted by me in Santa Barbara County, was researched at Ancestry.com.|
In the instance that I was unable to locate information there is none posted. Or I have not had time to upload the info on to the bio's. If you are a family member and would like the information removed, please email me.
I love history, and trying to discover the way people lived during their life time. I am a mother of three boys, a horse trainer and riding instructor. I spend 90% of my spare time on genealogy in one way or another. I have a passion for family history, and helping others to discover theirs.
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|Terry Ellen Ferl||Transfer of record|
Would you please transfer to my responsibility the record for Otto Emil Ferl (#14220551)? My number is 47880583. I am a descendant in this family and am currently managing many Ferl family records and wish to enhance Otto's record and link it to others I have updated. I will retain all of the valuable work you have done with census data to create Otto's record.
Terry Ellen Ferl
|MJ McClarrinon||Arno Osterman Jr|
May I use your photo of this gravesite for my ancestry.com family tree? I will give you credit for the photo.
|Darrow Descendant||Henry's wife's name|
I am a collateral descendant of Henry A. Darrow, he being the brother of my great-great grandmother. I have researched him in the past and have a document stating his wife's name was Amelia L. Pullman (which could be Minnie or Mennie as a nickname) She died in Garfield, Washington in March 1890, according to a pension/invalid home document in which he gave information on his family. Thank you for your photo of the marker, and all the other details you have posted, esp. the 6th Ohio Cavalry concise military engagements! Of interest to others might be that Henry's father Lorenzo Darrow, and Henry's uncle, Milton Darrow, also served in the 6th Ohio Cavalry, somewhat earlier in the war than did Henry. Hale Farm and Village in Ohio host an annual Civil War re-enactment weekend, and the 6th Ohio Cavalry re-enactors appear there.
|Terry Jenson||Crother Family|
Thanks so much for transferring the Crother memorials. I really appreciate it, and I will be adding new information soon. Right now, I'm out of town for a few weeks but will get to it when I return.
There is still one Crother memorial I would like transferred to complete the linking of this family and to add information. That memorial is for Phillip Crother Jr. #14325074. If you're not willing to transfer this memorial to me (#47179698) Terry Jenson, then will you please link him to his family:
Phillip Crother Sr - #14324868 (Father)
Carrie Fisher Crother - #14324917 (Mother)
I have biographical information to add also, so please let me know if you are willing to add something like that.
|Terry Ellen Ferl||Ferl Family memorials|
Would you kindly transfer the following records of my relatives to me to maintain; my contributor number is 47880583. This is my third request (second public request):
Rudolph Ferl (#14162465) -- my father-in-law
Alfred Ferl (#14162491) -- Rudolph's brother
I am working on the Ferl family history and wish to properly link these records with other Ferl records and add personal biographical information.
Please let me know as soon as possible if you have a problem in transferring.
Terry Ellen Ferl (47880583)
|Terry Ellen Ferl||Ferl family records|
Would you please transfer to me the management of the Santa Barbara Cemetery records for Rudolph H. Ferl (#14162465) and Alfred Ferl (#14162491)?
Rudy was my father-in-law and Alfred was his brother. I have information (and family photographs) I can add for both of them. I have recently gotten transfers of other Ferl family records to my management and sponsorship. I am also adding new Ferl records to Find A Grave.
I very much appreciate the excellent work you have done on my family's records!
Terry Ellen Ferl
contributor number #47880583
|Terry Jenson||Crother Memorials|
I would really appreciate it if you would transfer the remaining 3 Crother memorials in the Santa Barbara Cemetery to me (Terry Jenson) #47179698. They are:
William G Crother #14325154 (He is my grandfather)
Philip Crother Sr #14324868 (He is my great grandfather)
Philip Crother Jr #14325074 (He is my great uncle)
Thanks so much for creating them in the first place. However, I would like to link them all together and add more information. I've requested this transfer in the past but have gotten no response. If you just don't want to transfer them, then I would appreciate knowing that, and I will have to relay all of the information so you can add it and link everyone, but PLEASE respond. Thank you!
|Guyetta Cluck||William Jehu Hiser|
Would you please transfer above subject to me, he is my uncle and I have much information on him in my FTM. Thanks! Guyetta
|Dorothy Oksner||August F. Fischer - SB Cemetery|
Jenn, You have the wrong information on this CW Vet's page in the Santa Barbara Cemetery. This August F. Fischer was in Co. B, 1 Battn, California Mountaineers. http://yubaroots.com/Civil%20War/alpha/cw-f.htm
If you could transfer him to me, I will correct the information. I have dates and family links for him too.
Thanks for doing so much on the CW Vets.
His memorial is 13804671
Edwin Griffith, #1369610, born 1841, died 1912 is the husband of Elizabeth Cave Griffith, #13695232, born 1854, died 1928 and they are the parents of Wallace Griffith, #13696336. All are buried in Goleta Cemetery, Santa Barbara, California Edwin and Elizabeth are my G-grandparents. Please link them together if possible. Thanks for your help. Karen
Added by karen on Jun 22, 2012 5:29 PM
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