|Rebecca S. (#46802954)|
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I've been a genealogy nerd since I was 17 after hearing stories about my 2nd great-grandfather, his Irish accent and his ability to make people cry when he sang. I was hooked on making the connection and never looked back. I enjoy helping other folks make their connections.|
My most important connection is to my Lord and Savior, Jesus - also my best friend. Many blessings to all of you in your searching.
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|Karen A Berry||Benjamin Frank Duvall|
I just wanted to let you know that on find a grave, there is a picture of Frank's tombstone.
|Karen A Berry||Duvall should be Phelps|
I just wanted to let you know that two entries you have for William Preston and his wife Esther Elizabeth should have the last names of Phelps and not Duvall. Their daughter, Esther married Benjamin Frank Duvall.
On find a grave, Benjamin Frank is buried at Saint Thomas’ Episcopal Church Cemetery in Croom, Prince George’s Co MD, but I am not certain of this because there is no picture of his tombstone.
Just wanted to bring this to your attention.
Karen A Berry
Thank you for creating the memorials for our relatives.
Would you kindly consider transferring 2 memorials to us?
They are my late nephew (Jeremy R. Robinson) great- grandparents. BTW, our Jeremy suddenly passed away on Oct. 31, 2014 at 38 y.o.a..
Their names and memorial #'s are:
Robert M. Larrimore #14022933
Ada R. Larrimore #14022935
Thank you for your time!
Added by RoseBud on Nov 08, 2014 10:32 AM
|Roberta Bouche||Joseph A. Bush|
I am curious that you have added pictures of my parents gravestone. Are you related to Margaret?
I just sent you an email from my different address to ask that you transfer Mrs. M W Slingluff to me. I just wanted to send this too so you know it was me. SMitchell
|Lorraine Smith Bell||Transfer|
Thank you so so much, and thank you again for all that you do with Find A Grave!
Added by cbb on Jun 09, 2014 1:41 PM
|Michael Christians||Welcome and Greetings|
Dear Rebecca; I was reading your profile and was glad to see you know our Savior Jesus as your friend and guide. I to also know him as my master and friend, since I met him as a boy in our small country church where I grew up on a farm and where I know my grandparents and most of family went to. I also am interested in looking in cemetery's both large and small find family members I know are buried there and sometimes finding them by accident. I find them very peaceful and relaxing to look at sometimes the words carved on the stone sometimes tells a little about that person and how they lived. If you ever wish to contact me about something I would be glad to hear from you. Love in Christ, Mike Christians.
|Alan Eugene Koch||Mary Miller|
Thanks so very much for transferring Mary to our account.
The Miller family is an important part of my wife's ancestry.
|j-c clouet||Capt Charles N Holcomb|
I have noted the record you have added october 08/2012. I am a Find A Grave member and also honorary member for the USAAC 474th Fighter Group and can give you some information regarding capt Charles N holcomb. Capt Holcomb, 9th US Army Air corps, 474th Fighter group, 429th Fighter Squadron was killed in action in a dog fight in the vicinity of MOUY, a village located 50km N of Paris, France on the 25th of august, 1944. He was one of eleven of that group shot down on aug 25th, 1944. 4 of this group were caught and became prisoners of war, 3 evaded capture and 4 were killed. The 25th of august 1944 was known as the 'black friday' by the 474th Fighter Group.
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