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tracy&piper (#47382881)
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Bio Photo I have quite a few memorials that I have created just from walking the cemeteries and making memorials for markers that catch my eye for whatever reason. I will be happy to transfer any of these, should anyone want them. I will not transfer any of my family members unless you happen to be a closer relation than I am.

I will consider all transfers. I also reserve the choice to follow the 4 generations Find A Grave suggested transfer rules.

When asking for a transfer, please include your profile name and any relationship you may have to the person in the memorial.
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Cody Bain
William Howard
I have no info on the Howard side of my family, so anything you've got would be great!
I imagine if there was anything special like that my great uncles' wives probably threw it away. They ransacked my great grandma Alice Howard Argyle's (their mother-in-law) house, took what they wanted for themselves, threw everything else in the trash and tossed her in a nursing home. And she was there at home while they were doing it, trying desperately to grab her things and mementos so they wouldn't get thrown in the trash. My uncle had gone over to visit grandma and caught them (his aunts) doing this. He was fuming mad, so was my mom when she was told about it. We live two states away, so we didn't find out about it until after it happened. Since that incident, my mom hasn't had any interest in contacting or keeping in touch with either of these aunts when we go to Salt Lake City to visit family.
Added by Cody Bain on Jul 13, 2016 9:29 PM
Cody Bain
William & Elizabeth Howard
I am descended from William Howard & Elizabeth Anderson as follows:
1) William & Elizabeth (gggg grandparents)
2) Thomas Anderson Howard Sr (ggg grandfather)
3) Thomas Anderson Howard Jr (gg grandfather)
4) Alice Elizabeth Howard Argyle (great grandmother)
5) Alice NaRee Argyle (grandmother)

My ggg grandfather Thomas Anderson Howard Sr and your ggg grandfather Erin Anderson Howard are brothers.

So yes, we are directly descended from the same family, just down different lines. We'd be 1st cousins, several times removed.

Nice to meet you!
Added by Cody Bain on Jul 12, 2016 3:11 PM
Brianna Butler
RE: John Wilkinson Conrad #39483085
Thank you and I have uploaded mine! The sun was hitting the headstone just right to where you could read it.

- Brianna Butler
Added by Brianna Butler on Jul 12, 2016 2:48 AM
Brianna Butler
John Wilkinson Conrad #39483085
I don't like asking, but while I was up at Logan City Cemetery today I got picture of John Wilkinson Conrad's headstone, where you can read what is on his white headstone, would you remove yours please and I'll upload mine. It looks like someone cleaned his headstone, because it is very readable now.

Please let me know,
- Brianna Butler
Added by Brianna Butler on Jul 11, 2016 11:14 PM
Linda
Eliza and Layland Owens photos
Hi! Thank you so much for the photos for Eliza and Layland Owens. They are great and much appreciated!
Added by Linda on Jun 28, 2016 8:24 PM
Linda Meyer
Myrtle Branham Heywood
Thanks so much for taking the time to locate, take the gravestone picture & post it. It's really appreciated, especially since I'm in Indiana.
Added by Linda Meyer on Jun 25, 2016 4:41 PM
David Mower
Hazel Houston
Thanks for the photo!
Added by David Mower on Jun 25, 2016 7:06 AM
Lucy
Duggins
Thanks for explaining the Duggins burials. It is fixed now with all the connections that I made. It took effort to learn the information that you obtained about them, and I appreciate your effort. You are a findagrave treasure.
Added by Lucy on Jun 23, 2016 12:57 PM
Aunt Jan
RE: Tanner
That's wild. While i was looking for my sister-in-law stone yesterday i felt compelled to "look" at one I was coming up on. It said "Me No Die". It belonged to a young woman with Downs syndrome. There was no memorial for her.

Have a great night.
Janalou
Added by Aunt Jan on May 21, 2016 10:48 PM
Aunt Jan
Tanner
Hi,
Thank you for the speedy photo to my request. I think that's a record for my requests. It's beautiful, sharp and I couldn't have asked for better.

Janalou
Added by Aunt Jan on May 21, 2016 3:08 PM
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