|Kay Anderson (#47207094)|
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Find A Grave has been one of the most useful tools I've found for my genealogy research. All the people that take so much of their time to record and photograph the stones are very special to me. I have found so many family graves listed here. All of the people I've contacted for info and transfers couldn't be nicer. The best part is I've "met" family members in other states that I'll probably never see face to face, but we talk all the time. Thanks for all the photos and help. Let me know if I can be of help to you. My family consists of the; Anderson, Harden, Harper, Powell and Claytons. Kay|
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|Mike Weeks||RE: #43920775 George Arbogust|
Possible corrections (i.e. deletions) made. Some type of find-a-grave system error, as I had not generated any links for this memorial. Have notified the contributor who create the "child", as I bet they didn't generate that link either. Thanks for noticing.
Hi Kay, Yes I would . Thank you so much!
|Patricia McCoy||Eliza Harper|
Hello again, Kay.
I just sent you an email with a photo someone on Ancestry had identified as that of Eliza King Harper, but there are five women pictured. I thought maybe you had seen it before and might be able to identify her or some of the others.
Thanks for your help!
|Patricia McCoy||RE: America King Memorial #78326685|
Thank you! I will check it out - I appreciate the help!
|Patricia McCoy||America King Memorial #78326685|
Hello, I am a descendant of Braxton King, and found this memorial in my research. I am looking for some clarification concerning the photo you are credited with providing for the memorial of America King -#78326685. In the photo of the six people together, the caption identifies the young girl as America King, sister of Eliza King Harper, the woman seated in the front row. This has to be another America, perhaps Eliza's daughter? Eliza was born in 1849, twelve years after America, making her America's younger sister, not older. Do you know who has the original image? Do you know if there was anything written on the back, or if the person who possesses it happens to have any additional information? I'm trying to locate as much information about it as possible, before including it as part of my tree. Thank you so much for any help you can offer! And thank you for your work preserving information for genealogists everywhere!
|Angels A-Far||RE: W.L. George|
Your very welcome. I've found that obits sometimes inform us of valuable information we've been looking for. So glad I could help you!
|Mary Louise Reynolds||Swains|
I've transferred the Swains to you as you requested. They may be relatives of mine, but would be very distant ones, so I'm just as happy to hand them off to someone more closely related.
|RDL||RE: Diane and Donnie Anderson|
I was happy to be of service.
Added by RDL on Jun 20, 2014 7:16 PM
|Diane Winters||RE: Mildred Tedder Souther|
Thanks for helping me get this cleared up - I believe Mildred's husband was Thomas Burette Souther but I am not certain. I did link her to her parents and a daughter that I'd also entered a memorial for.
Again, thanks so much ~ Diane
|Grace Honeywell||#48858277 Sue Elliott Lance|
Just a small correction. This is Sue Elliott LANGE, wife of Earl B. Lange. They were married 1 January 1919 in Henry County, IN. Thank you.
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