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CherriTree (#47266838)
 member for 11 years, 4 months, 29 days
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Bio Photo I am trying to get to as many cemeteries as possible this year. I am taking pictures of everyone in a cemetery or at least in each section and uploading pictures to existing memorials or will create memorials. If you find a person that I have entered and would like management of memorial please contact me and I will gladly transfer. Anybody can use any of the pictures I take for any purpose even on other websites as long as you don't sell them.
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Sheryl Osborn
duplicate memorials
Hi CherriTree, Thank You for all you do. Your memorial# 64705382 is a duplicate of memorial# 64705387. Thanks again. Sheryl
Added by Sheryl Osborn on Mar 12, 2015 3:04 PM
Rod Williams
Peter Alexander
Your memorial# 51356351 is a duplicate of memorial# 17675013 My X3 great grand uncle Peter Alexander is buried in the National Cemetery in Tennessee. You could add the information that you included about where he was shot. He was shot in the arm that was later amputated. He died in the military hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. It is believed he died of Typhoid (not problems from amputation.) He was on his way back to his home in Wisconsin. Sadly, he was shot during a battle that occurred after the war had ended. However, they had not yet heard the news of Lee's surrender.
Added by Rod Williams on Dec 23, 2014 5:54 PM
Seeker Mel
Brylla memorials
Just want to thank you for transferring the Brylla's memorials.

I appreciate it very much.

Added by Seeker Mel on May 23, 2014 8:37 PM
RJ Korbach
Mary C Lins
Cherri Fry - My name is RJ Korbach, grandson of Mary C Lins (53839233). I am trying to consolidate the various sites so I am asking you to move your photos to Mary Riek Lins (4273506)and then DELETE the Mary C Lins site. Yours is the only duplicate site I have left out there. If you want to get an idea of how many children there are click on Mary Riek Lins husband, Henry (my grandfather). And there are three more which will ultimately be entered when they or their spouse dies.

You could transfer the site to me but I don't think I can DELETE, only the Initial Creator can do that. And I want you recognized so I want your photos moved over.

Thanks in advance for your help.

RJ / Bob Korbach
Added by RJ Korbach on May 19, 2014 1:44 PM
Caterson Damon
RE: Marlin T. Schneider
Wow, you're very sweet! Some people on here can be so mean!!! Nice to have someone be nice for once. :) Yeah, if you could delete yours. I'll nab that picture from yours because we need it as evidence that the money was spent on a grave that he is not buried in.

Thanks a million!!!
Added by Caterson Damon on May 16, 2014 9:13 AM
Caterson Damon
Marlin T. Schneider
You have my Grandfather listed as Merlin T. Schneider His name on the stone is Marlin T. Schneider. It is the one listed in Baraboo.

He died unexpectedly and so nobody knows he was cremated down in Janesville, Wisconsin. So his stone does not have a death date on it.
All of his relatives are dead and so he never mentioned he had a stone waiting for him until I accidentally stumbled upon your page.

This is the memorial we did for him

The one you have is just a picture of his stone with no death date and no body. Maybe I can contact somebody about this.
Added by Caterson Damon on May 15, 2014 9:03 AM
Tiffany (Link) Jay
Can I please have memorial 64667507 transferred to me? Lorraine is my great grandmother. Thanks for everything you do!
Added by Tiffany (Link) Jay on Apr 08, 2014 10:47 PM
Donna Lange
John Darger
Thanks again for all you do.
Added by Donna Lange on Feb 21, 2014 4:21 PM
Lori Jarvis
Thanks for the transfer! I appreciate all that you do! Lori
Added by Lori Jarvis on Jan 26, 2014 9:43 AM
Judi Kowalski
RE: Floyd Washington Dodd
It has taken me five hours to find the answer to your question and it didn't help that I was over half way through my explanation to you when we had a ten minute power outage on my end so here I go again. First of all there are two Floyd Dodds in my family tree and no doubt in yours as well. The first Floyd W Dodd is another subject for another day as I have at last found out. Your great great grandfather, Floyd Washington Joseph Dodd (born 9 Jun 1857, in Mercer County in what was at that time the state of Virginia because, until 20 Jun 1863, there was no state of West Virginia - as you no doubt already know - and died in 1911 in Summers County, WV). I only know his year of death because it is etched into his headstone monument, which you took a picture of for his Find A Grave Memorial # 64954270 that you created, and not because there is any source documentation, such as a 'West Virginia Deaths Index' listing for him that I have been able to find. By the way, your great great grandfather Floyd Washington Joseph Dodd - the 1 Jun 1880 federal census for Jumping Branch, Summers, WV lists his name as such in the enumeration on that census - is one of my 1st great grand uncles. He was one of the four brothers of my great grandfather John Henry Dodd, born 20 Jun 1864 and killed in a heated argument with a drunk man when that same drunk man threw a half-pint bottle towards my great grandfather on 1 Sep 1943. The bottle changed directions in mid-air from bottom first towards Great Grandfather John to bottle top first. The bottle struck Great Grandfather John in the carotid artery in his neck with enough force to plunge into the artery and sever it. And the rest is history, as the saying goes. The man was put on trial for murder, was found guilty, sentenced to five years at hard labor in the Florida State Penitentiary in Raiford, FL and he served every day of his sentence as far as the family knows. At any rate, I have answered your question as to where I found the name 'Floyd Washington Joseph Dodd'. You can check out the census for yourself either on or by viewing it in my husband's and my family tree - Kowalski-Sloniger Family Tree. At least I also found out that I didn't just accept the word of someone else's Public Member Tree on this one. And, by the way, though I must be older than you zre I'm sure, how's it going cousin?
Added by Judi Kowalski on Jan 12, 2014 4:09 PM
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