|TS Lundberg Nee Sternburg (#46889000)|
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If you would like to take over management of one of the memorials I have entered, please use the "Edit" feature on the memorial page. This will alleviate transferring to an incorrect user ID#. Please note I transfer according to Find A Grave Policy. That policy can be found under the "Help with Find A Grave" section. I am happy to transfer to a family member.|
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|MooreToots||Sarah A. Adams #75137786|
My name is Don Toothman, researching the Coldwell families from England. Sarah A. Adams, is Dorethea "Lizzie" Marshall ADAMS(#120956569), who was married to Amos Coldwell in England in 1861, came here in 1869, their son Charles E. was born in New York before they traveled on to Illinois and then moving on to Rolling Prairie, Morris, KS, who knows, maybe the Santa Fe Trail?
To the best of my knowledge, they first appeared in the 1875 Kansas State Census, in Rolling Prairie, KS. I don't know if they had any other children in their 1st 8-years of their marriage, it doesn't like they wouldn't have. There is a gentleman in Find A Grave, by name of 'Chaz', who has done memorial's for both Amos and 'Lizzie', and I have asked through Messages and Emails, for transfer's...but no one seems to hear from him, so I took it upon myself to create new memorial's for Amos and Dorethea 'Lizzie' ADAMS-Coldwell, and today, I found your memorial on Lizzie's mother, 'Sarah'. Hope you don't mind, but I did connect Sarah A. Adams, to Lizzie's memorial.
I an not asking for a transfer, but just to tell you who Sarah belongs to, but I'm sure you may have already known this. Though I am not in Ancestry right now, but I suspect Sarah's husband 'William Adams', may have come over here from England, too?
Now, I will leave it at this, so I thank you, for your most valuable time, and GOD Bless!
|Homeward Bound||Hornet Cemetery Headstone Photos|
May I please use your photos in the family tree of Laura McGraw with credit to you for the pictures. Thank you.
|John Sweet||RE: Isaac Evans|
Dear Ms. Lundberg:
I would like to take ownership of Isaac Evans Mem. and I did try and also failed. Sorry.Anything you could do to help would be app. He was my Gr. Grandfather. Sorry to be a bother.
|Dennis & Linda||Hanes - Haynes and Pattishall Cemetery|
Thank you; that would be easier. I still have some work to do on that family. In addition, I took a few photos of the old Pattishall Cemetery just south of Cave Springs on Highway 112 and a few in the Baptist Church Cemetery at Cave Springs. If those can be beneficial to the Arkansas Project, please feel free to use them. If you need additional history or data, I have it. -- dennis
|Gerald Steffy||Elizabeth Mauzy Williams|
Please link the parents of Elizabeth Mauzy Williams (73314920) with her parents Thomas Routt Mauzy (51302451) and Lucinda Lawson (51302470). They are buried in the Mauzy (Mauzey)Cemetery in Fleming County, KY. Elizabeth is buried in the Mt. Olive Cemetery in Pittsburg, KS. Thank you very much.
Gerald Steffy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|Gerald Steffy||Alfred Williams|
Elizabeth Mauzey (1827-1896) married Alfred Williams (my 2 ggreat grandfather) and moved from Fleming Co., KY and moved to Crawford Co., Kansas and last was listed in the 1910 Census of Crawford Co, Kansas. I wandered if he could be buried at the Mount Olive Cemetery as well. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thank you very much. Gerald Steffy (email@example.com).
|Jean Hooks||Milford Kirk|
Thanks for linking Milford to his Mother . Appreciate the work you do on Find A Grave.
|Chris Conger||Earl Lee|
I added his Army stone. Good lunch today (Saturday)
|John A C||Nancy Caroline Cummins Broyles|
I wasn't expecting that, but thank's for the transfer.
Keep up the great work.
Added by John A C on Sep 27, 2013 9:05 AM
Hi, I finally added the information you found. I was thinking if you look in the obituary, you could maybe contact his sister in Hatley and she may want to items you found.
Added by LMM on Sep 25, 2013 11:47 AM
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