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I've found numerous graves of my ancestors that someone had posted. I probably will never get to visit their graves, so I appreciate that "proxy" visit. |
On my memorials, I'll add the parents' names if I can find where they were born, as it certainly can help with tracing them.
I especially like to find veterans (all wars) to honor them and will add a flag, or floral tribute, especially if they don't have one.
I welcome information to a memorial, or a correction. I usually don't edit or be judge and jury over whether to add it. Use the white Edit tab at right top of the memorial. I will transfer a memorial if you are a relative, but I'd expect you to transfer if someone else asks you and they are closer kin.
My Family names I research: Vance/Sinclair, Yarbrough/Ellis/Young, Montgomery/Posey, Barnett/ Reynolds; Yandell/Sparks, Lee/Durham, Ward, Powell/Weaver.
NOTE: I appreciate the person who posted that we need to look at our 'profile' page (top right) "Edits" to find requests for amendments to memorials we need to make for them.
Findagrave has made it easy to add these 'edits' by just "accept", and "process" them (bottom).
I still see people writing on a profile page asking to add links, etc. The upper right, white edit tab, will let you do that and it is an easy, accurate way to add links, titles, names, places, etc to a memorial, and the owner will probably get it done much, much, quicker.
With the "new edit" method, I don't always write a 'thank-you' nor do I expect one. We all have plenty to do to keep up. BUT, be assured that I do APPRECIATE any addition/correction, or PHOTO REQUEST you fulfill for me. Please accept this as my thanks for your efforts.
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|Shawdau||RE: Rev. Orrin D. Patch, bio|
Thank you - I will look for the notes. I appreciate everything that comes my way - it may take a couple days for me to get it typed up, but thank you.
Added by Shawdau on Mar 04, 2015 4:34 PM
Thank you so much for the information on Orrin Hatch - I found him, but don't have much info. on him. I appreciate anything that can be added.
Added by Shawdau on Mar 02, 2015 8:33 PM
|Ellen Locker Tomlinson||Walter Beryl Chipman|
Memorial is # 65857235
The Info. on this site is all wrong. I'm sorry I don't know where you got the info.
Walter Beryl Chipman is the son of
Luther Montez Chipman and Edna Maurine Harris
He had two brothers Luther Eugene Chipman and Joe M. Chipman They had the same Mother.
They had a step-sister Florence Elizabeth Chipman
who was born in 1929 and her mother was Florence Elizabeth Faught.
You added a bio to William Small 83078150. I am hoping you are a relative as he is a great grandfather of mine. I have been trying to break down the brick wall of his parents. I was hoping that you would also be the person who added his parents to the memorial. I was wondering how you were able to link them?
I had found some information on Andrew at http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/b/u/n/Wendy-Bunde-NE/WEBSITE-0001/UHP-1982.html
Andrew Banghart (son of Michael Banghart and Margarethe Engle)68 was born 17 Feb 1779 in Oxford, Sussex County, New Jersey68, and died 18 May 1860 in Strathroy, Ontario, Canada68. He married Sarah ?.
More About Andrew Banghart:
Burial: Unknown, Strathroy Municipal Cemetery, Middlesex County, Ontario.68
Children of Andrew Banghart and Sarah ? are: i.+Nancy (Boughart) Banghart, b. 27 Feb 1827, Lamberth, Ontario, Canada69, 70, 71, d. Abt. 14 Mar 1907, at daughter's home, Lincoln, Lancaster County, Nebraska72.
I don't know if this helps you out at all, but perhaps you'd like to check it out.
Keep on doing what you're doing!!
Added by BLC on Feb 13, 2015 3:13 PM
|Debbie Howard-Powell||Rev Abel Gleason|
Thank you for the short bio information from an old church book. I've added it to my ggg-grandfathers memorial.
|Anne ||RE: Rev. Mark Atwood, d. Nov. 1898, St. Johnsboro|
I have looked all through my records of St J and can't find it.
I even scrolled through my photos to see if anything matched the description. I looked through the photos that surrounded the children's plots too.
The thing that confuses me is that there is suppose to be a church close by. I don't believe there are any cemeteries that have a church close by with the exception of St Johnsbury Center. And I don't see him there.
I saw his death notice in the St J Paper and it says the service was held in St J.
I did see one of his sons was buried in "the family plot" in Jericho.
I also thought I had connected with the "Michelle" that had written the blog about it's location. Let us just say that two of the three components in identification were correct (name and the name of the site) the third component (Michelle herself) kind of makes the hair on the back of your neck come up!!! But "she is praying for me"
I wish I could have been of more help. But I will keep an eye peeled...
Added by Anne on Feb 05, 2015 7:25 AM
Thanks for catching that. Her middle name was incorrectly shown as her maiden name.
Added by Essex on Feb 03, 2015 9:45 AM
|Nancy Mitchell||RE: Fenton Young|
Winnie, I am so glad to here from you. I don't have your email address anymore, for some reason. The last time we 'talked' you had your house for sale and that's the last I know. Did you sell it and has you moved. Write me if you want to.
|janet donner||b turman|
Im sorry but I only took a picture of this stone and I have no idea who this person is. I at one time had a copy of the Mahon cemetery book and who is buried in it
my great grandparents and ancestors are buried there and I went there from Decatur Ill to take pictures several times.
I have no information on this person other than what the stone says.
Are you relate?
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