|Chad Nichols (#46813089)|
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I began genealogy when I was 16 years old, and it has been a favored hobby since. I believe the most important aspect is sharing the information gathered in order to reduce duplication. Findagrave.com is an excellent resource that fulfills the spirit of "sharing information" and as such appreciate all submissions made by everyone! If anything I submit needs an update please drop me a line and I would be happy to make the change.|
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|Clint Dunn||Ann Brazier Gunn Holyoak|
Sir, you have posted on your wonderful website the best life sketch of our common ancestor that I have had the pleasure of reading. "Ann Brazier Gunn Holyoak
Information Furnished By: Rhoda Gunn Arranged By: Nora Lund Transcription: Chad Nichols (step 4th great grandson)"
I was surprised to see it has not yet been posted in the LDS Family Tree website. Would you be willling to post it there or may I have your permission to post it as you have it written.
grand son of Caroline Kearl
who was a granddaughter of Ann Gunn
I've added a black and white photo to his memorial.
Added by Penny on Aug 23, 2013 10:38 AM
|Kenn Shosted||William Edward Dickerson|
Hi Chad. My name is Kenn Shosted and I am relative of William E Dickerson, Find A Grave Memorial# 14677526. Woudl you please change his birth date to match those on his headstones and to that on his death certificate and family records. It should be chaged from 29 May 1862 to 29 Mar 1862. Thanks for your help in keeping the information on Find A Grave correct.
Hi Chad--thank you for linking Yvonne Speirs to her father. Very appreciated. Hope you are having a very pleasant Labor Day. :) Pat
|Mary Evans||Hilda Conder #14677516|
please add the following to her memorial:
middle name Christabell
birth Alpine, Utah, Utah
death Provo, Utah, Utah
husband Claud Conder Memorial # 14677506
|Julie Nash||Ludwig Ericksen|
We have both created a memorial for Ludwig Ericksen, but yours is more complete. I will delete mine, but I thought you might want the plot information. It is :
Weston City Cemetery
Plot: Section B, Lot 152, Grave 6
Let me know when I can delete mine.
Julie Nash #46991009
|Avice||John Mendenhall Jr.|
I have been to the area where Richard was born twice and John Jr. apparently died and didn't find any Mendenhall stones there. There is a stone that says some other graves were moved to that site. It is a pretty area and the old stone church was still in service when I was there.
And Thomas's name was Mildenhall. The name was changed when his sons and daughter came to this continent.
Added by Avice on Mar 04, 2012 9:13 PM
|LaRae Wimmer||Thomas Shelley|
Please link my husband's great grandfather Thomas Shelley to his father, James Bowyer Shelley (#14677579) and mother, Elizabeth Bray Shelley (#32403490) Thank you for all you do.
|LaRae Wimmer||George Fredrick Shelley|
Please link my husband's grandfather George F. Shelley to his wife Mary Annie Jacklin (#14677595) and his parents, Thomas Shelley (#14677609) and Charlotte Elsmore (#14677555) Thank you for creating their memorials.
|Terry Jenson||Bessie Dutson Shepheard|
Hey, I found some information on the "Help" page in regards to entering names. The following are the instructions:
"First Name" - First name of the deceased. Please put the entire first name (if known), even if the grave marker is only an initial.
"Middle Name" - Middle name of deceased, if known.
"Nickname" - Nickname of deceased, if known; the nick name is automatically placed in quotes.
"Maiden Name" - Maiden name of a married individual, if known (otherwise leave blank); the maiden name is automatically italicized and should only be used if the individual was married and took the spouse's surname as the new surname. If the deceased was never married, then the surname should be placed in the "Last Name" field, NOT in the "Maiden Name" field.
"Last Name" - Last Name as you would find it on the tombstone, if the interred had more than one marriage or other possible spellings please place this information in the bio and use the family links.
Just thought you might be interested, but as I said before, it's your decision.
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