|Keith Baggett (#46565732)|
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After doing a little family research a few years ago, I became interested in adding other non-family names too and it has just gone from there. I try and check for double entries before adding in any names and I will correct|
any mistakes that I find or are pointed out to me. For memorial transfers, please follow the FAG guidelines:
THE FIND A GRAVE GUIDELINES FOR TRANSFERRING MEMORIALS ARE: Spouses, Parents, Brothers and Sisters, Children, Grand-children, Grandparents, and Great-grandparents. Please use the "EDIT" tab to ask for a transfer BUT PLEASE do no ask for a transfer that is not within these guide-lines and PLEASE STATE YOUR RELATIONSHIP TO THE DECEASED. AND, BE LOGGED INTO FAG WHEN MAKING REQUESTS.
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Keith, I have left you some edits, thank you for caring for my relatives' memorials!
|alice coffman||uffie heard lamb|
I have recently found that a great uncle is buried is buried in Wilson Cemetery in Poinsett County, Arkansas. I noticed that you have done some memorials in that cemetery. I didn"t find him on Find a grave. This information came to me through his daughter.
If You can, will you see if there is a tombstone for him.
He was born 1898 in Arkansas and died in 1931.
His name was Uffie Heard Lamb. I would appreciate it very much.
I have been unable to find a death certificate or much of anything about him.
Thanks so much
|T.L. Neale||Maxine Elizabeth pierce|
Thank you very much
|Duffie and Kathy||Jonathan Schmidt|
Thank you for the pictures of Jonathan Schmidt, a Fallen Officer. D & K