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Thank you for adding this photo of Sarah A. E. (Chance) Price's tombstone to her grave site record. It shows that Sarah. A. E. was married to G. N. Price. I am currently trying to prove that Sarah Chance married George Newton Price, my great grandfather. This provides some preponderance of evidence that they were married. The courthouse for Milam County burned several years after their marriage.
I am trying to prove my relationship to the Chance family for the Sons of American Revolution. Although I have the exact date of marriage, I have no substantiating evidence. But your photo of the tombstone at Wayland Cemetery in Stephens County provides some more proof. I have been to the cemetery and have some photos but just forgot her tombstone showed this much of the relationship. Thank you again, Paul Price,#47351424.
|Ted Kyle||Cecil William sexton|
Cecil is in hart Cemetary, Stephens county, died in 1964. I see he is buried in Plot: Section S Row 13 Plot 9, but I have walked all over this small Cemetary and failed to find his grave. Who can tell about where in the Cemetary he can be found?
Added by Ted Kyle on Nov 08, 2014 6:58 AM
|Susan Clarke||Van Loran Turner|
Could you please link Van Loran Turner to his father Amos Albert Turner # 57048308 and his mother Julia
Ann Jones Turner # 57048376. Thanks so much.
You recently sent 1847 for the year of birth of 84424987 Jasper Seela. May I ask about the source of the date?
Added by Ed Seela on Oct 16, 2014 4:50 AM
|Demaris Miller||Name on grave in Roseland Cemetery|
I note that there is a name correction pending for [....] Clara Christine in Roseland Cemetery, Monticello, Florida. This is the grave of my first cousin, once removed -- Clara Christine Keen. Thank you for your efforts to provide information in FIndAGrave. This is a valuable resource. I live far away and only maintain one small cemetery myself, but I really appreciate all those who are doing so much more.
Demaris Guest Humphries Miller
|Jack Landers||RE: Cora Sikes|
Thank you for the tip! Won't enter maiden name in like cases, of which I'm aware of several.
|Liz Smith||RE: Request to copy a memorial|
Thank you. If I find other photos/memorials contributed by you, will this same permission work, or would you rather I ask on each one? Obviously you can tell I am new at this.
|JoAnn Bland||Harry Bernstein|
Please give me the number of the dup and I will take care of it.
Thank you for bring this to my attention.
|Duke and Kathy||Lena Bertie Shipman Holland Parks|
How should I enter all married names for a woman's memorial when she was married more than once?
The 'last name' should be the name that is on the headstone. Other married names should be included as part of the biography section. The 'maiden name' should only be her maiden name. Unless the maiden name is hyphenated, no part of the name should contain any punctuation.
I understand completely.
Thanks for helping us all have clean, searchable data.
Added by pdeneen on Aug 24, 2014 5:03 PM
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