|Sweet Pea (#47115156)|
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**Please use the new edit functions - you can easily enter DOB/DOD and link information, and then I can hit the Approve button. If you choose not to do so, it will take me up to 30 days to make your edits.** |
To FAG Volunteers who don't use the SAC button to let me know about my duplicate copies. And then go behind my back and tell Find A Grave about it. I wish you let me know about it first, instead of telling FAG about it. I do not bite and shame on you.
Poem from the TRUE NARRATIVE OF THE SUFFERINGS OF MARY KINNAN
"Plead like angels, trumpet-tongued,
"For your damnation:
"And pity, like a naked, new-born babe,
"Striding the blast, or heav'n's cherubim, hors'd
"Upon the sightless couriers of the air,
"Shall blow your horrid deeds in every eye,
"The tears shall drown the wind.+
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|Law-Miller Roots||RE: Kay Manes TrineMeyer|
I knew her parents, Orville and Lois (Beesing) Manes, but we're not related to the family - so no need to transfer. Orville was a genuinely nice guy - his wife, Lois, was in the same Amherst graduating class as my sister. He will be missed. Thanks for writing.
|Avis Dillon Rader||RE: William Sayre|
You are welcome. I had 2 photos, but it would only let me upload one of them. I took a close up shot of the lettering, and then one of the whole stone. I enjoyed doing it. It was a beautiful day to get outside, and I enjoyed helping someone.
|Jim Jones||Hannah C. Smith Mutz|
Greetings Sweet Pea...
Hannah C. Smith's death certificate has several problems. When she married Frank X. Mutz in 1893, Frank was 21 and Hannah was 41. They spent the rest of their lives lying about their ages, Frank pretending to be older and Hannah pretending to be younger. The death certificate is the ultimate, giving Hannah's birth year as 1868 when in fact she was born on 11 Jan 1852 in Lorain, Ohio. At the ripe old age of 8, she's right there in the 1860 census in Lorain County with her parents Lester and Hannah Smith. She is named after her mother, Hannah C. Jackson.
The spelling "Hanna" is incorrect on her death certificate. In the 1860 and 1870 censuses she and her mother are both "Hannah." On her marriage license of 16 May 1874 to William H. Pendleton she is "Hannah" as she is on her marriage license to Frank X. Mutz. In the 1900 census she is "Hannah Mutz."
Only the death certificate has "Hanna" but I know of no other records that don't spell it as "Hannah."
Thanks for all you do for FindaGrave!
I sent a photo request for Hannah out so we'll see if anyone claims it. I asked whomever claims it to see if Frank X. Mutz is buried next to her. His death certificate has him in the same cemetery.
|travis ||Tom Taylor|
Thank you for the many photos you took of my late brother in law's grave.The family appreciates you
taking the time and hunting it down for them.
Added by travis on Sep 06, 2015 10:38 AM
|imagal49||Thomas Taylor - Calvary Cemetery|
I just added a photo to his memorial, and then noticed that you had claimed a request for photo on his memorial. If you'd like, I can remove my photo - just let me know. Didn't know there was a request out there until after I posted the photo.
Added by imagal49 on Sep 04, 2015 7:52 AM
|Lu Kljun||Dorothy Joann Pierce|
Thank you so much for adding the grave marker photo for my Mother.
Added by Lu Kljun on Aug 27, 2015 4:07 AM
|Deborah Zimmerman McCoy||Erza Gatewood|
Thanks for contacting me and your willingness to try back at a later date. Your work is so appreciated.
I can't thank you enough for transferring Levi & Elizabeth to me!!!!!!
|Dave Noveske||Mary Leboda transfer|
That would be appreciated -- trying to get the younger ;-) folks in that branch of the tree to come on board ;-)
David Noveske (#47753466)
|Brooke ||Re. Willam & Nancy Lundy|
I could delete but the entries I did are rather more fulsome than yours. Would you care to add and correct the information on yours before I delete (for instance, William's birthplace - I have this information verified from Quaker records read from LDS microfilm of source records. Similarly all other information is verified unless I explicitly stated it was not. Then I could add the additional photo to your entry. Or you could consider transferring your entries, unless you are also a direct descendant and don't wish to do so.
Added by Brooke on Jul 30, 2015 9:57 PM
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