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Because of the generous volunteers who have found & recorded my ancestors, I've attempted to continue their kindness by posting more folks.
This website is an excellent source for sharing various pieces of history about those before us. I respect others' contributions and hope you'll respect mine. To the detriment of morale, a minority want to "own" the files on everything they like - then add no additional information to those memorials.
If you'd like to discuss a specific memorial with me, click its Edit tab, then use the 'suggest a correction' link. Note that most edit requests do not require a transfer (i.e. relationship links); the VIRTUAL CEMETERY option exists for collectors. If extremely related, transfers are preferred.
Please contact me if you find flowers or an offsite link I've left that no longer works.
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|The Dr. of Genealogy of Sumner Co, TN||Brown family genealogy|
My name is Michael Denning. I live in Gallatin, TN near Nashville. I have been working on the Denning family tree for over 25 years. Am constantly updating my files. I noticed in one of the findagrave postings for Thomas 'Ted' Brown that you said there was a writeup or history for the family. Am trying to get as many names and dates as I can. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks in advance.
|Pepper Williams||Herbert Beaver photo|
My name is Pepper Williams and I am writing an article for the Gatchell Museum here in Buffalo, WY on the biographies of the names on our War Memorial. I am working on World War One. One of the names is Herbert Beaver. I was hoping you would allow me to use the picture you added to his memorial in the article. If you are okay with me using the picture, how do you want the photo credit?
Thanks so much!
|Lee An||RE: Joseph Perrier|
It's good his family had the resources to do what was best for Joseph when he needed treatment. I hope he got very good care there. If I stumble across anything else about Joseph I'll sure let you know.
Added by Lee An on Oct 29, 2014 12:32 PM
|Lee An||RE: Re: Joseph Perrier|
I wasn't sure either, looks like that person was in a hospital for the criminally insane? Did they do that often for maybe dementia back then?
Added by Lee An on Oct 29, 2014 10:48 AM
|Joanne White||LB Paris|
I believe this is the grave of John B Paris born about 1786 probably in Rowan Co NC the son of James Parris and Mary Morgan. John married Mary Ann Wasson Oct 30, 1811 in Estill Co KY. They moved to Davis Co IA from Ralls Co MO just a few years before he died on Apr 20, 1854. I visited the cemetery a few years ago and believe that his wife is buried beside him with no headstone. She died on Apr 17, 1878. Mary's mother, Francis Wasson is also buried at Paris Cemetery. Her father died in Ralls Co MO. Let me know if you have further or different information. Thanks for putting the cemetery records on Find a Grave. Joanne White
I am a contributor to find a grave, Betty Moeller. Would it be possible to transfer John Andrew Askey to me as I am his great great granddaughter.
Thanks so much.
|Dennis Wilson||Marcus Eller|
It appears that Marcus' last name is actually Ellis. I've loaded a picture of the stone with the correct spelling. If it actually is Eller, please let me know and I'll remove the picture.
|Candy||Emaline Hurt Allen|
Are you related to Emaline Memorial# 33613826? If so, I would love to compare notes with you about the family. Thank you.
Added by Candy on Jul 09, 2014 1:06 AM
|Jody Calhoun||RE: e-mail|
I do apologize for taking way too long to respond to your previous emails. My Aunt Lynelle is still living and would probably be able to answer the questions that you asked. I will get with her in the next day or two and find out and then let you know.
By the way, Martha married my dad James Owen.
You're welcome, and thank you. It would be nice to locate the hubby, but I am sure he will show up one day.
Added by Sheila on Apr 11, 2014 3:15 PM
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