|Linda Taylor (#47436299)|
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Thank you for the transfer. I just realized the other day that I had created a duplicate of your memorial last year. I have updated your memorial and deleted my duplicate
Added by Bob on Mar 06, 2014 7:21 AM
|Shirley Craft||Hiram Bowers|
I linked Hiram Bowers to his parents.Thanks for the info!
|David Fridley||William & Lou Emma Fridley|
Thank you so much for transferring these memorials to me!
|David D||Willis Davis|
This little boy was the son of Andrew and Sarah (aka Elizabeth)Davis. Andrew was born in 1829 in Ohio and died at Monticello, Piatt County, Illinois in 1891 -- but I do not know where he is buried. Findagrave does not have a record for him or for Sarah there. Andrew was Orderly Sergeant and then Lieutenant of Co I of the 15th Indiana Infantry during the civil war and the diary he kept from 1861 to March 1862 is among the items catalogued under his son-in-law's name -- Philip H Conard -- at the University of Iowa Digital Library.
Added by David D on Oct 23, 2013 4:02 PM
|David Hicks||Lazarus Whitehead - Elkhorn Cem|
I am a direct Descendant of Lazarus Whitehead -
and have the Majority of his known ancestory ,
back to his Grandfather Col.Wm.Whitehead who was a Representative to the 1st Colonial Assembly at Willamsburg. - I also have Info, Pics, etc to add for his Wife, Children, & Grandchildren whom are Burried in LaPorte Co, IND.
His wife - Memorial# 104692945
His Son - Memorial# 104694032
are in the Old Baptist Cem, In LaPorte Co.
Would you please transfer ownership to me ...
|Gerald Smith||Smith and Rachel Dubois|
Thank you for the great pictures of Smith and Rachel Dubois.
Thank you for the great pictures of Joseph Miller and Sarah Garrison Miller!
Thank you for her picture
Added by andieno on Jun 04, 2013 10:23 PM
|Mountain Traveler||RE: Abigail Husted|
Just a cheaper shaving cream I suppose. I have not tried that. Do you then wash it off, or does it disappear on its own? I don't chalk or dust unless I absolutely have to. I know Find A Grave does not want you to chalk and does not want chalked photos on here, but IMO if you don't read the stone it will be lost forever. If it is so bad that you can't read it with your eyes and feeling it with your fingers I figure it will just get worse until it is totally unreadable. Better to read it if you can. That's my philosophy. I will have to try the shaving cream. It probably does not work well on white markers, but not much does.
|Pattie Ford||Elizabeth Crocker, Hunter & Margaret Burke|
Thanks again for all you have done in getting these photos for me, I really appreciate it.
Have a great day!!!
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