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Many listings at F.A.G. were a great help in my search for Ancestor information. I am honored to be a part of the process and hope it will help others as much as it has helped me.|
If you request transfer of a family member or friend I will be glad to comply.
My goal is to see as much information added to each listing, in remberence of those who have gone before us, as possible. firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTICE ! I have been human every day of my life. If you catch an error, typo - duplication - or otherwise, I will certainly appreciate a notification. The goal is accuracy.
NOTICE, IF ANY ONE HAS A BETTER PHOTO OF A STONE THAN THE ONES I HAVE POSTED, ATTACH IT AND NOTIFY ME. IT IS ABOUT THE BEST RESULTS FOR THE MEMORIAL.
I give permission for reuse of all photos I have submitted to any person for ancestry or grave application.
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|imagal49||Ervin Rice & Lettie|
Thank you - I'll send an edit request to Find A Grave - memorials were combined and sometimes folks show up twice because of it. It'll take them a while, I'm sure, but with patience, all things are possible :)
Added by imagal49 on Sep 14, 2014 3:24 PM
|C💗||Hi and Thank You|
Updating you, I am sorry for being offline due to my health issues as well as my parents care, which has taken a toll upon my own health.
Thank you for taking care of the Memorial's I transferred to you in your care. I hope this finds you and your family doing well. Blessings, Carolyn
Added by C💗 on Sep 13, 2014 7:51 PM
Thx so much for the Burton transfers. Appreciate it.
|Jon Arend||RE: Headstone photos|
You are very welcome!
|Beth Perry-Wattleworth||RE: L L Thomas|
You are very welcome. I'm vacationing in the Smoky Mountains and needed to go into Maryville.
Pleasant Hill was a decent sized cemetery with many graves from the 1800s. A handful of graves had no marker, just a marker stone, or a stone with just initials.
So to find LL Thomas was lucky.
|MHN||Adcock - DeKalb County|
No kin, I had added Lema Ruth Adcock St John to Mt Juliet Memorial Gardens and started looking for her family. MHN
Added by MHN on Jul 24, 2014 7:21 AM
|Cecil Vaden Jr.||Vaden Family|
Just wanted to say thanks for your help with my Family member. Your work on Find A Grave is appreciated.
|B.A.Smith||RE: William Kline|
Since you are on Ancestry.com, you can access my tree here: http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/9688071/person/24111770789
William Kline was born abt 1820. As I said, I don't have a death date for him.
Lucinda Bowman was born 22 Jun 1824 in Pennsylvania and died 10 Jun 1906 in North Huntingdon, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania
|Jenny Randolph||RE: Clyde Randolph|
I sent a couple updates. Daddy always told me he was born in Quebeck and momma passed away on June 8. I dont know if the update info comes to you or goes to someone else. I ran across this page by accident but was glad I did. Your mom looked really good at the reunion. I didnt get to stay long so I dont know if you were there or not. If I have daddy's birthplace wrong forgive me, I'm just going by what he told him.
|B.A.Smith||RE: Thomas Kline|
Please pardon my sloppiness on that last message. I, of course, meant that Lucinda Bowman's PARENTS were listed on her death certificate. This is what happens to stay-at-home Moms' brains when the kids are on summer break, I guess.
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