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If you would like me to transfer a memorial to you, just ask, if they are not related to me I will transfer them to you. And because I am not able to work on FAG info everyday it may take a while to delete or add info to memorials. Also if you request a transfer it may take a couple of days. I try to do these things as quickly as possible, please be patient. Remember, to err is human, to forgive is devine. Happy Findagraving.|
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|Barry Speer||RE: Cheatham|
John Talbert Cheatham, Jr. (1851-1936) had a son named John Thompkins Cheatham, who died in 1951 - I think he's the one you're asking about. They are both buried at Sharon. John Thompkins Cheatham had a brother named Talbert Mabry Cheatham, so the Talbert name did get used in that generation.
|TedK||Joseph A Kenniston #5965216|
Hi, you were asking about my picture. It's a souvenir picture from Gettysburg - just had a little fun dressing for the part on a summer afternoon.
My great-grandfather, Joseph Albert Kenniston (FindAGrave #5965216) was a Civil War veteran who survived imprisonment at Andersonville. He took part in some major battles, but not Gettysburg.
Being a Vietnam vet myself, I have a particular fascination about any details I can find out about my great-grandfather. Ted Kenniston, Brooklyn, NY
Added by TedK on Mar 07, 2014 1:31 PM
|Lorraine Lambert||Elizabeth Hudson Owens|
Thank you for your help, You are always appreciated.
|Kelly Jane O||RE: Question|
hey there Bennie - I DID get your emails.
|Jennifer Jones Babuca||Thank you!|
Thank you for the transfer of James Lancaster, my 4th Gr Grandfather. I've added a photo and will post a bio shortly. And thanks for all you do to make FAGrave a great site!
|Kelly Kerr||Anne Murphy|
Thanks for the transfer of Anne Murphy and others. It is appreciated.
|Karen Wolfe||Just out of curiosity|
Hi. I came across this sight trying to find the ancestry for my family. I happened to look at my grandfathers sight and noticed that you were the one who posted it and made a very nice comment on the page as well, which I really appreciate. I am referring to Joel Ledford decease in 2000, married to Margaret David Ledford. Anyway, if you did create his plot I am curious to know how you get your information as I am trying to go back as far into pur ancestry as I possibly can for my mother. Thank you for your time.
|Sandra Gwilliam||I have done the same thing!|
Thanks for trying to send me a suggested update. All is not wasted.
Your message got me thinking again about my Parker family. I added a couple of more fun photos to some Parker memorials of when we were at the "cemetery". It is actually in the weeds on a bird refuge, so we had to duck around the tall weeds and search to find the headstones. You helped me bring back fun memories of a fun time with my grandchildren, my daughter and some Parker cousins.
PS I have CRS, too! (Can't Remember Stuff)
|Lela Parris Koch||David Parris|
Thank you so much for the obit for David. It has been added to his memorial.
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