|Cindy C. (#47066494)|
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|I love the findagrave site. Being able to put the photo's of headstones and people up is just great. I love the relationship links. Thank you findagrave!|
If you find a mistake on one of the memorials I have entered please contact me with the correction.
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|Robert Brent McKinnon||Sorry|
I'm sorry for the typos in my first note.
|Robert Brent McKinnon||Another son has passed|
Cindy, your memorial for Lawrence Grant Muir (Find A Grave Memorial# 39650493) is incomplete. I found another son's who died in 2009. His memoria is: Find A Grave Memorial# 44342478.
He was born in Randolph, UT in 1921, served in the military during WW II, as a pharmacist's mate, and apparently that his life's work. The names of his parents match.
Can you add a link to his memorial as a child of Lawrence Grant Muir and Orrie Calder?
|Gary Mowrey||Dorothy Marie (Beall) Cozzens|
Thank you for taking the time to take another photo of the headstone for Fay and Dorothy with Dorothy's information on it. Your volunteer service to help others is greatly appreciated.
|Jeri Taylor||Wm and Susannah Rogers Stone|
I have a Jan 5, 1979 letter to my mother (from another genealogist) which states " William and Susannah's stone is located behing and to the left of John and Nancy LeMasters Rogers stone. There were 6 or 8 graves in a square. Susannah and William were in back, with another couple (unreadable) next to them. In front of these were John and Nancy's stone. And next to them was son William and wife Mariah Rogers." William and Susannah are my 4th great grandparents.
|Ward Clemence White||RE: Memorial Transfer|
Richard Card was from Devonshire, England. Richard came to the Massachusetts Bay Colony on the "Elizabeth and Ann" on 6 May 1635. He was married to Rebecca (maiden name unknown) and had at least 7 children. (Sarah, Rebecca, Mary, Joseph, James, Job, and John). Richard Card’s genealogy is well documented as “Richard Card from Newport, Rhode Island.”
Your husband’s lineage is as follows: Richard Card; James Card; Peleg Card; William Card; Jonathan Card; Thomas Card; Timothy Card; Lorenzo Dow Card; Daniel Isaac Wiltsie Card;……etc….
Hi, I was hoping you could transfer the above-referenced grave entry to me (#47452146). This is for my 2nd Great Uncle's daughter and I had recently entered her husband and I was notified by another findagrave subscriber that you had entered Alice Williams Cowan.
Thanks so much.
Jeri A. Williams
Added by Bonesgal on May 29, 2015 5:50 PM
|Hawkeye||JOHN D, FACKRELL|
HELLO, I'VE ASKED ONCE BEFORE, MY NAME IS DANIEL LEWIS FACKRELL #48665987 AND I WOULD LIKE MY GREAT-GRANDFATHER'S TRANSFER #34956769 JOHN DEMPSEY FACKRELL. IF YOU WOULD LIKE I HAVE DOCUMENTATION, ITS CALLED A PEDIGREE CHART.
Added by Hawkeye on Apr 12, 2015 7:43 PM
|Leslie Ann ||Franklin Madsen|
I was hoping that you would transfer uncle Frank's profile to me: # 31947254
|Austrian Kolache||Margaret Oliver # 69969784|
Thanks for creating Margaret's memorial and for your recent link to her parents. "Maggie's" many sisters and two brothers are now mostly together as sibs on Find-a-Grave. Only 2 of them were listed before Dec 26, but with such great help from Find-a-Grave community, they are linked now, just a month later. They represent married lives lived in six states. You may be interested in the Bio of Maggies niece, # 74483893, Loretta Prater Marvin who put together the Stearley Through History Genealogy in much detail, before computers!!!
In much Appreciation.... Lynn
I came here prepared to create many memorials and found that many very thorough and detailed memorials have been created by you. I just want to thank you for the work that you have accomplished. I've discovered photos I haven't seen before! Thank you! :-)
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