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|Ed Burton||RE: Helen Hojnacki|
I changed the data, citing you as the source. I think the other source confused the name Helen with that of a daughter. Thanks.
|LefflerResearcher||Massillon Cemetery Photo|
Just wanted to say that I think the cemetery photo I found on a relative's memorial of Massillon, OH Cemetery is beautiful. I will be checking other photos to see if they are yours.
|Allen Stewart||RE: McCreery|
I am not closely related, either, so I'll decline, but I noticed a Find A Grave contributor named Barbara Richardson Smith (#47028903) manages a lot of the McCreery accounts, so she might be a better candidate. She has very specific rules to follow for transferring accounts.
|Mary Bailey||RE: Alexander Baillee|
Hi Denny, thanks again for making the change this week I ask from you on the spelling of Baillee vs Baillie of my Scottish family's postings .
In the years of my research I found that our family came from Scotland and settled near Wellsville, Oh. My nephew has been there to visit the Yellow Creek Presbyterian Cemetery that you mentioned about your great grand aunt and our ancestor's are also buried there .
Yes, 2 of Alexander and Margaret Noble Baillie's children moved to MO. My GG Grandfather moved there after his civil war service in an Ox wagon with wife and 2 children(from him is my lineage) his sister Christina Baillie Minor was there also with husband but now their name appears as Bailey as it was changed to that on down the line. I have tried to connect all of this info of their moving to MO and feel it has something to do with the Homestead Act. (lot's of question's as I'm sure you know) Thanks for your help again..Wayne Bailey..Alton IA
|Marie and Bruce Newell||Canfield Village Cemetery|
We respectfully request permission to use the cemetery entrance photo in our personal tree. Bruce has a cousin interred there and the photo will make a great addition to our tree.
Thanks for your consideration.
Marie and Bruce Newell
|Mary Bailey||Alexander Baillee|
Denny, In my posting to you earlier today Re the above name I forgot to mention the Cemetery which is: Price in Linn County MO.
|Mary Bailey||Alexander Baillee|
Hello, On looking at Find A Grave on my Bailey family tree I see a posting maybe you contributed on my G G G Grandfather Alexander. Our orignal Scottish named was changed to Bailey which originally was spelled Baillie according to research I have done over many years and Documents I have. It was not Baillee as posted on Find A Grave.
Could you make the change on Alexander accordingly along with spouse Margaret Noble Baillee.
Therefore their children: Jennet, William(my GG Grandfather), Laughlin, Nancy, Margaret, and Christina would also have the same spelling. On my GG Grand William's marriage certf name is Baillie but then on his Civil War records it appears as Bailey which is what mine is now.
Parents of Alexander was William(my GGGG Grand) and spouse Margaret should also be Baillie not Baillee. This sounds confusing but I hope you are the one who can make the changes. Thanks, Wayne Bailey
I' was checking out one of the photo's for George reardon you put on "Find a grave. Do you where I can get a obit for him.Can you give me the names of local newspapers his information is George F Reardon, George was buried in Riverside Cemetery Plot: Large Section / Row 3 / Lot # 284 on
Death: Aug. 6, 1980 please to email@example.com thank you
|Sandra Scott||RE: Grandview Cemetery, Carrollton, OH|
|Sandra Scott||Grandview Cemetery, Carrollton, OH|
I wonder if I may have your permission to use your cemetery photo on my family website. Check it out at http://freienmuth-shortridge.com/ernst/buchheim-cemeteries.html. This is how I'd be using the photos and obituaries I find on Find A Grave, with 'used with permission' in the caption.
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