|19SMT83||85828556 --- 134858713|
I seem to recall suspecting this at one point, as well, but not being able to find out anything. I will look into it again. Thanks :)
Added by 19SMT83 on Sep 20, 2016 11:35 AM
|Sharon M Campbell||RE: duplicates|
I have checked all my 200+ memorials on Findagrave and found no duplicates. I would appreciate your being more specific so that I can correct the problem. Are the dupe locations you have found in Missouri and/or Kentucky?
I have been a contributor to Find A Grave too long not to know and respect the rules. I do not post data willy-nilly. In fact, I have not posted any data for quite some time.
Please send details asap.
Hello sukiyhtaky. I changed the burial record to burial unknown but I do know she is buried in Elberton, Georgia from her death certificate. Hope this please you.
Hello sukiyhtaky. I am sorry if I offended you by "making assumptions." Could you kindly point to the find a grave records which you have issues with and I can change them? I was not trying to list what I don't know as facts...just trying my best to figure them out. Again I apologize if I offended you.
|Karen Pfirrman||RE: John Tyner photo|
I sincerely apologize if you found my photo illegible. Perhaps you should have you computer skills checked by a qualified eye doctor. I was not there on a sunny day and did the best I could.
|sandi gunter hawkins||Nicie Lindsey Parker|
Nicie is my 2rd great aunt and we have always been told that both William Mitchell Parker and Nicie E. Lindsey Parker are buried in Shady Grove Primitive Baptist Church cemetery in Cullman Alabama where they attended church. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=156762950
I sent this to the lady who had made the memorial and instead of her fixing it, she turned it over to me and I can't straighten it out because I didn't make the memorial.
|Sheila Skidmore||Ruby Henderson Memorial|
Gladly transferred her. Is there anyone else you would like to manage. She shares a stone with others I assume are her family.
|Theresa ||RE: 135125870...Anna Teller...Old Ellenville|
Hey there Kathy,
Great to hear from you! Sorry about my non-response (so far) on the Teller/Ammelt stone in Fantinekill. I am going to go back there over the next week or two (I hope) and see if I can find that again. (Darn it, why didn't I take one with more of a background view so I could remember where in the cemetery it was??) But something in my memory bank tells me that there wasn't other writing or marking on it that will help solve the mystery. But I'll check!
I don't go into Old Ellenville too much (afraid of snakes that I'm sure linger there :) but I can definitely see from the background of that picture where the stone is so it's an easy trip in and out to capture the writing. I'm nearly sure I can make it out from the picture, and I'll look again tomorrow on the big computer monitor I have at work, but I can check just the same.
Added by Theresa on Jul 05, 2016 6:34 PM
I probably just assumed initially...not really the best thing to do I guess. So I just did a little digging online. I didn't find a marriage record. What I did find was a birth record for Frederick D. Teller born May 1882 in Bridgeport, CT which lists his parents as John L. Teller and Sophia L. Dauch. This is available on familysearch.org. Another record I found was a 1900 census for Waterbury, CT where it lists Sophia Ammell, a widow, and daughter May, and a "boarder" Frederick Teller (18 yrs). Ammell is the name that appears on the stone on John's memorial page. I'm going to assume again (lol) that Teller was her first husband and Ammell was her second. Maiden names on stones are not unusual to see, although most times they read "his wife" so there's no mistaken it that way.
Hope that helped,
Added by 19SMT83 on Jun 13, 2016 10:40 AM
|Anonymous||RE: Hoyt and Genevieve|
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