|Joan||Thomas Hume # 56617579|
I have a 1914 photo of Thomas Hume (himself) that I would have liked to post to his memorial but all of the photo spaces are filled. I asked the gentleman who took 2 spaces to show only company letterhead paper, to possibly remove one of his but he declined saying that they were important. If you would like this photo please let me know and I will send it to you and you can maintain priorities.
Added by Joan on Sep 30, 2015 12:28 AM
Hi, Thanks so much for making my requested edits at the Belgrade Cemetery. Much appreciated!
Added by yvonne on Sep 15, 2015 11:47 AM
|Margaret C Cowles||memorial #85167716|
Your above memorial # is a duplicate of Ty Flower's done 2011 (memorial #71098769). The information is the same except for your J and his Joseph (middle name).
Please delete your memorial with the above memorial #.
Thanks for listening and for understanding.
|Armstrong History||Edits - Sachteleben @ Mona View|
Hi, Wanted to let you know I sent you several edit via the "edit tab" that have been researched and confirmed from the State of Indiana birth / death records and county census reports. Thanks for processing the edits when you have a chance.
|Terry||Walter Madison Barbee|
He is my 4th cousin 3x removed. May I use his gravestone photo in my Family Tree? Thank you. Terry
Added by Terry on Feb 23, 2014 9:46 AM
if you would, could you please transfer Henry F Phillips over to me? He is my great grandfather. Thank you
|Valerie Neal||Doral Rose|
Would you consider Transferring Doral Rose Find A Grave Memorial# 83960147 to me?
|M. Johnson||Re: Jennie Davis|
Second look: I see your issue.
With Genevieve on the stone. I guess I would have Genevieve as first name, to match the stone.
Then as a nickname I would put "Jennie or Gene".
Seems like that would cover all the bases. MJ
|M. Johnson||RE: Jennie Davis|
This is only my suggestion.
Real name as Jennie.
Same as Robert "Bob" or Elizabeth, "Liz or Betty".
Good luck, MJ
|Alanna Campbell||Gilbert Earl Ream|
Hi, I was wondering if you're related to Gilbert.
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