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PaperTrailer (#47092270)
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Bio Photo I love Findagrave and I love walking the cemeteries and taking photos. If anyone has a correction to be made on any of my memorials please do it through the memorial. If you want a transfer, please do that also through the memorial and don't forget to add your FAG number. I'll transfer if I am not related.

You can use my photos in your trees, but you must put the source, without it the photo means nothing.

Words are just words without the source..Photos can be anybody without the source. Remember that and your trees will be correct, unlike so many trees I have seen in other sites. Please list the source when adding anything to your trees or what have you. Someone will ask you where you got this or that and you'll go crazy trying to figure out where you got it and without it, it means nothing.

I also do area look ups at court houses and libraries.
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Theron & Helen Smith
RE: Neil Sowle
I think I can find him. NEXT TIME, please make a request though the EDIT line (at the top of the memorial page), and be sure to give your find a grave number (at the top of you home page). Those are the find a grave rules. Helen
Added by Theron & Helen Smith on May 10, 2016 9:44 PM
RE: Francis Sawyer 105622097
Francis A awyer marr Sarah Smith 14JAN1867 Limington, ME
"Maine Marriages, 1771-1907,"

The 19JAN1868 date [div. 1876] is from ‘Sawyer Families of New England III’: marr Sarah Smith of Cornish, ME b. 8FEB1842 died 1929 dau of Eli Smith.
div 1883 Lucy J Roberts of Nova Scotia b. 21SEP1844 d. 2MAY1929
marr 31MAY1883 Lynn, MA Mary D Cotton of Troy MI [?? ME?], b 19DEC1851 d. 30OCT1931 dau of James and Eliza Cotton.

(“contesting widows’’ comes from his pension file)
Added by cw-sawyers on May 10, 2016 1:38 PM
A. Liles Hok
Find A Grave Memorial# 33290458
Is this the husband of Paralee Hendrick?
Added by A. Liles Hok on May 02, 2016 7:18 PM
n harris
Tommie L Brown
Tommie L Brown maiden name was Elsberry. Worth Brown was my great great grandfathers' brother. I have spent many yrs researching this family. Would you please make the correction.

Thank you very much.
Nancy Harris
Added by n harris on Apr 13, 2016 1:35 PM
New England Family
RE: Smith and Fish
Thank You for all your efforts.
The Smith memorials look much better than they did for a long while.
Added by New England Family on Mar 20, 2016 7:55 AM
First Families of America
they arent memorials you manage
Added by First Families of America on Mar 18, 2016 5:31 AM
First Families of America
Could you maybe locate obits for Memorial# 38555874 Memorial# 42452295 Memorial# 11073629 Memorial# 11073598

Added by First Families of America on Mar 17, 2016 10:29 PM
Steve Landrum
RE: Harrison Lindsey
Thank you so much for the reply. Most information says he died about 1910. I think he died in Bartow County but cannot confirm the either. It could have been Paulding. They all lived right on the county line. Some in Bartow and some in Paulding. Does Paulding have their death records on line. Bartow does not.
Added by Steve Landrum on Feb 26, 2016 2:13 PM
Steve Landrum
Harrison Lindsey
Harrison Lindsey was my Great grandfather and his son Harrison was my grandfather. The Harrison you note as being buried in Old Harmony Grove Cemetery is either Harrison J, or Harrison S, as there is some confusion because of the census reports and how the were transcribed. There is no one in my family left who really knows. This Harrison and my grandfather Harrison both died at an early age. Also my brother and I have walked that cemetery 3 times and cannot find a marker for his grave. Where did you obtain the information you used to determine his burial place. I would love to have the information to solve this mystery. Thank you so very much.
Added by Steve Landrum on Feb 24, 2016 5:27 AM
Howard Dodd
Added by Rose on Nov 04, 2015 2:00 PM
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