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I've been into genealogy for some 50 years and have never lost interest in helping myself and others find their roots. I find it a huge mystery game with many surprising discoveries.|
TRANSFER REQUESTS: Please request if you are really a relative and will do something constructive with the memorial. If you are just a close friend, etc., the same goes for you. I will never refuse a request for valid reasons.
CORRECTIONS: additions, & family links when asked but no promises if you just send me an email instead of using the edit link. Use the Edit tab at the top right of memorial, then the Suggest A Correction option. Now we have the auto edit request and permission ability so that makes it easier. You can upload your pictures directly to the memorials, but PLEASE take pride on what you enter. Photos should be carefully composed and submitted with the highest resolution that FAG will accept.
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|Bonnie S||Rachel Mark|
Are you certain of cemetery for Rachel Mark? I visited city office and could find no record of a plot in this cemetery for Rachel Mark.
Added by Bonnie S on Apr 01, 2015 11:25 AM
|Robert "Rob" Weller||Andrew Mark|
You will have to ask the person who submitted the photo.
|Sue Radley||Malinda C Collins 28893321|
Would you please check the birth date for Malinda C Collins. Her death certificate states 1871 and yet find-a-grave has it listed as 1874. Thank you.
|JJG||R T DeLashmutt 5522003|
Thank you for the quick transfer - much appreciated!
Added by JJG on Mar 20, 2015 7:11 PM
|Ronnie Smith||Benjamin Mclerran|
I am sorry but the cemetery they are buried in was created. It is called Ben A Mclerran cemetery and both Benjamin and Amanda have memorials. I guess the correct thing to do would be to delete your memorials for them. Sorry for the confusion. Ron
We talked with the sexton looking for the Fouty markers. The locations are marked in the cemetery plot, but its in the oldest section where most of the old markers are missing. We can supply the sexton contact number if you don't have it. We noticed a number of brass markers replacing very old sites, which at least would preserve the info for another century. firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by JB on Mar 13, 2015 11:40 AM
|Ronnie Smith||Benjamin A Mclerran|
Benjamin #46510522 and his wife Amanda are not buried in the Mclerran cemetery link: http://www.tngennet.org/clay/cemeteries/cemeteriesm.htm The cemetery has not been created. If you would please correct. Thanks, Ron
|AB674||RE: Kirby McGrew|
Thank-you for your generosity & kindness in transferring my 4th Gr Grandfather! It is very much appreciated.
Thank-you for giving me the chance to do right by his memorial. I have a lot of connections to make & biographical info to add. I am excited to get started remembering & honoring this interesting man, described as "one of the foremost citizens of Mercer County" during 1850 to 1893.
He was captain of the Home Guards of northern Missouri & southern Iowa during the Civil War. He was also an ordained minister and fought intemperance during the prohibition.
Bless You & Thank-you,
Added by AB674 on Mar 11, 2015 3:24 PM
|Robert Miller||Andrew V. Carlisle His Memorial|
I truly and dearly thank you for the wonderful transfer of Andrew V. Carlisle his memorial to us, My Wife's Direct Family Member and also My Direct Family Member. This is a major blessing.
Thank You For Helping Other People In Their Search For Their Lost Loved Ones.
Thank You For Beening A Member Of This Wonderful Site www.findagrave.com
May Our Lord Continue To Bless You And Your Family Always.
Blessings In Christ
|scott||Catherine Mark #48168717|
Was wondering if you'd look at these two people. Catherine Mark #48168617, and Catherine Mark #46363086.
The first is one you created, and seems to be surrounded by a large Mark family. Looks like you've done a lot of great research! I see that you cannot place her actual burial site.
The second is buried in a small graveyard that I've been working on in Ross County, near South Salem. She is one of a few in the yard who has no other relatives, at least that I can determine, buried there.
Is there any chance this is the same person? I know the dates do not match up, but thought it was worth looking into.
Added by scott on Feb 28, 2015 9:05 PM
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