|William Barritt (#46493296)|
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|Gloria Reck||Selden Lindsey #8657119|
I meant to mention that I'm not sure where you got the picture, but your source was, ultimately, from me, as I own the original of all photographs of Selden T. Lindsey. Of course mine have been put on Ancestry.com and have been shared with numerous cousins. The only stipulation is that the photo of Selden as depicted in our book about him ("Selden Lindsey U.S. Deputy Marshal," pub. in 1990, 2nd ed 1993) is copyrighted, such that it may not be used in any publication without written permission. (It's a full body photo, he is seated, holding the .38-56 Winchester carbine that brought down Bill Dalton on 8 June 1894.) Thanks, Gloria Reck, Eureka, CA email@example.com
|Gloria Reck||Selden T. Lindsey #8657119|
Could you please delete this entry? It is a duplicate of #9547696 created by a.richard, whom I have requested a transfer of this entry to me. Selden Lindsey was my great grandfather; your data is very minimal and entry #9547696 has almost sufficient data. Not sure why there are duplicate entries for Selden. Almost all my Lindsey family (including Selden's mother and children) are in this Block 11 of Rose Hill Cem, Ardmore, Carter Co. OK. I would like to enter complete, correct data for Selden Lindsey, and can do so if a.richard complies by transferring #9547696 to me. Thank you, Gloria Reck, Member #47206933 firstname.lastname@example.org
|Linda Hedlund||S. D. Wade|
His initials are actually S. C. Wade. I know from the photo it is hard to see this. I verified this by going to the familysearch.org California Death Index 1905 - 1929 and found him on document #11288 as Wade, Clemons S. He also sometimes went by his middle name of Clemons. The dates are correct for both him and his wife, Ella Hite Wade. I wonder if you have a larger photo of their gravestone. I realize it is possible that the gravestone has his middle initial wrong.
Also, would you please link the two together.
|Angelina Perez||Jessie Salgado|
Just fyi, someone else has her listed under Find A Grave Memorial 17608369. So showing her twice.
|Robert Hunt||Francis Marion Hunt|
Would you please transfer Francis M.Hunt to me.I have more info to add to his memorial.
thanks in advance.My number is 48018350
|C M Jordan||Memorial # 18037226|
Please transfer Elisabeth Mitchell's memorial to me. She is my 2nd great grandmother. Are you related? If so, how? I have been searching for her grave for many years and am so happy to find it. Thank you for posting it on this website!
|Luis Hernandez||Ramon Suarez|
Your memorial for Ramon Suarez needs to be corrected:
He is buried in the Bronx and not at the World Trade Center.
|Donna Ellison||Humphrey Cem. (Martindale Tx)|
Hi, William! I keep getting requests for photos for Col. James Ellison at Humphrey Cemetery. he is actually buried at San Marcos City Cemetery,(San Marcos, Tx, Hays Co.Tx). I saw you wonderful memorial but there seems to be some confusion about it. There are also memorials made for James and his wife, Evelyn at San Marcos with photos added.
My husband is David Ellison but we don't know if he's related to this line. Supposedly David's line goes back to S. Carolina and Scotland.
Anyway, hope this helps but it probably means more work for you!
There doesn't seem to be a way to add biographical information on the Findagrave page for Dorothy Page, memorial #7248262. May I request the following information be added? Thank you.
While majoring in music at Cedar Crest College in Pennsylvania, she was chosen by the Curtis Publishing Company of Philadelphia as a model for a Saturday Evening Post cover. Dorothy's portrait was painted by the famous portrait painter Neysa McMein as "one of America's ten most beautiful women". On July 3, 1925, Dorothy married Waldo Shipton in Detroit, Michigan. She gave birth to two daughters, Barbara Jane in 1926, and Dolores Maryann, in 1929. They divorced in 1932. After auditioning for the Paul Whiteman orchestra, she was chosen as their principal vocalist and she became a star on NBC radio in Detroit, Chicago, and New York. On December 20, 1939, in Las Vegas, Dorothy married Los Angeles attorney Frederick D. Leuschner. They resided on his ranch in Tarzana, California, until his death from a heart condition on December 8, 1941. A few years later, while working as a Real Estate agent in Hollywood, Dorothy met and married Henry Clark McCormick. They lived on his ranch in Fresno, California until she was diagnosed with cancer in the mid-fifties. He divorced her shortly after and she moved to La Belle, Florida, where she received treatment in the medical center at Fort Myers until her death from cancer in 1961.
Added by Dan on Mar 24, 2014 4:35 PM
|Leo James||Ethyl Day connection to parents|
Could you please connect Ethyl Baughman Day to her parents, Stephen # 39631537 and Alma Baughman # 39631554.
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