|Theron Rogers (#46889755)|
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Retired, originally from Broome County, New York, now living in Hall County, Ga. I have been working on my genealogy for about 30 years.|
Please contact me with questions or requests by using the Edit, SAC process on each memorial. All requests and transfers must be made according to Find A Grave guidelines.
Please do not ask for a transfer just because someone is in your family tree. Find A Grave is a website to register grave locations not to build family trees. The parent company Ancestry.com is a great website for that purpose. I also follow the Find A Grave guidelines concerning adding obituary's to memorials.
Currently photographing headstones in New York State and Georgia and adding people and photos to the database.
Please do not use my photos from other sites on FindAGrave or my FindAGrave photos on other sites without my permission. Photos will be removed if not needed or wanted. Just send me a note with the memorial number...
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|Dee Allen||Mary Jane Marler Jackson Photo|
Thank you very much for the photo. :)
|Nancy Fincher Harris||Joseph L. and Lola Belle Fincher|
Thank you so much for the photo add.
|Rita Wehunt-Black||Thank You So Much|
I appreciate the quick transfer of James L. "Jim Wehunt at Wauka Mountain Baptist Church, Hall County, Georgia. Every transfer of a Wehunt memorial is like a precious gift. I will take good care of him.
Thank you for creating his memorial and for all that you do.
|Kathy Fowler||Duplicate entries|
Memorial #55419317 is linked to the wrong cemetery.
Charles Ray Fowler is buried at Mt Yonah Baptist Cemetery (on Asbestos Road), not at Mt Yonah Cemetery (on Hood Street).
Memorial #95039220 (the one with the photo of the headstone) is linked to the correct cemetery.
Ray was my father.
|Michael Bell||John Park Bell|
If I am not mistaken, you added a picture of the gravestone of Mr. John Park Bell, buried at Calvary Baptist Church in Hall County.
Mr. John Park Bell would have been my great grandfather.
He would have been the father of Luther Columbus Bell, my grandfather.
Are you part of the Bell family?
Michael (Mike) Bell
|tania thompson||William Benjamin Johnson Lord|
Thanks for correction. I sent info for full name.thru edits. They refused my info for Mr. Lord. I deleted my memorial. Sincerely,Tania
Thanks for your efforts.
|Larry Wales||East Hill Cemetery|
Theron, I think I've cleaned up any duplicates that I made for this cemetery. I must not have checked my work. I appreciate the edits you have sent me, keep them coming, thank you for the pic's and work that you have done. All of our work and co-operation is to help other people find information, and their ancestors, Larry
|Anonymous||RE: Jacob Tillotson|
Thanks for the correction and photo. I'm so sorry to see his stone was broken. That's no way to treat a Revolutionary War Veteran's grave. I learned from some of those forensic TV shows that oblique (sideways) light can sometimes bring out shallow writing or carving. I tried it on some scratches on the back of a metal picture frame and discovered the photos were of three great-great-aunts. I'd never expected to ever have photos of them! It was a lovely surprise.
|Elizabeth H||Leonard and Charles Adsit in Sherburne, NY|
Thank you so much for these photographs. My requests had been up for so long that I wondered if there were even stones there to photograph.
Leonard's stone has a wonderful epitaph (more 18th c. than 19th c.) so this is a real treasure. He is my 3rd great-grandfather.
Thank you again!
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