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Please use the edit button when submitting any suggestions/correction or when requesting a transfer.|
I am happy to make additions/corrections, and to add links to any of the memorials that I manage. I do like to verify that the information is accurate, so letting me know your source will speed the process along. (No need to give me a full citation. Simply stating something along the lines of "from his obituary" or "according to her death record", is plenty.) If you don't have a source or you are using Find-a-Grave's edit form, and cannot submit the source, PLEASE still send me the edit. I will still get it squared away. :)
I will, of course, follow all Find-a-Grave guidelines regarding transfers of memorials. Out-of-guidelines transfers will be decided on a case by case basis. Keep in mind that many of the memorials are direct ancestors or close relatives of mine as well. That said, I am generally agreeable to any transfer request as long is it is made politely and for the purpose of improving the memorial. Just let me know your relationship to the relative/friend whose memorial you are requesting. In the event that I am not able to make the transfer, I am always willing to make additions to the memorial for you.
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|Lois Harriman||Chansford Bryant|
There are no other markers with the Bryant monument other than Chansford's, but there are spaces for at least two graves/markers in front of the monument. (Chansford's marker is located in front of the monument but off to the right side.) I did originally think that the markers might have been there once. However, from what I've seen at Prairie River Cemetery, broken/damaged markers seem to be left in place and not removed as they are in other cemeteries. Anyway, all this is to say that I think others maybe be buried in the plot, but can't say for sure.
Enjoy the spring day!
|Bonnie G||RE: Innis Family|
Bridget you have been wonderful.... I am all set now thanks to your help ... I live in Essex County, Ontario ... and like I said have lots of information on Emma, the Chadwick family (my family) and the Sullivan (Ontario) family and the Yorke family (Nova Scotia). I have gravesite pictures of the Chadwick Family (Heavenly Rest in Essex Ontario) from here that are not listed on any site if you need them I would be glad to give you any information you need. Thanks for the quick reply, it is appreciated. I have been waiting a year for information on the Nova Scotia side of the family, so your quick response made my day. Thanks so much. Bonnie
Added by Bonnie G on Mar 02, 2015 6:48 AM
|Bonnie G||Innis Family|
Miss Smith I wonder if you can help me, the Innis family is in my family tree. (I am a senior helping my niece trace our family). My family name is Chadwick and I have Emma Alice Innis 1855-1941 married to William Henry Chadwick. I have her parents as James Innis 1830-1910 buried in Sanilac County Michigan USA and a small reference to a Susannah or Susan Pine as her mother .... It shows James on your information 1832-1873 and no wife reference. I have Isaac Innis and Lucy or Lucinda Nevers as James Parents. Can you tell me where I went wrong? I have all the Chadwick family, Yorke family and Sullivan family with no problems but need help with the Innis family. If anyone needs information on the members I have I am glad to share. Thank you so much. Bonnie G.
Added by Bonnie G on Mar 01, 2015 6:41 PM
|Angie Palmer||RE: Sarah Augusta (Tyler) Britton|
Hi thanks for the note back. I was gonna ask you to put a note on the memorial, but you did it. :)
|Louise||Cuma Ream Mayes #133942955|
Thank you for transferring her grave to my management. Do you know if she is next to her husband James O. Mayes? He died in 1955 in Omaha and we think that he is next to her in the cemetery. Thank you so much for your help.
Added by Louise on Jan 12, 2015 5:01 PM
|David W. Jackson||RE: Kosters|
I don't know when you left this message; but, I only JUST NOW saw it. Forgive me. Yes, you are related to my huband's grandmother, Kate Kruizinga Kosters. If you have an e-mail or a cell number, I can send you a lovely image of her wedding certificate. I know she's so distantly related that you may not be interested. Just thought I would offer.
Thanks for the info on this family. I have the site for Donna and someone else has Thomas. do you have the link to the parents? I would like to connect them.Thanks Jan
Added by Jan on Dec 01, 2014 9:34 PM
HI, you're doing a great job on updating Norton. I walked the cemetery a couple years ago and added a lot of names. I'm hoping to add more photos when weather permits. Are there any transfers you would like. I'm happy to do so. MJ
|Nancy/catsaver||More Wilkins, Lockies in Fowler Cemetery|
I just posted Jessie Wilkins photo. I have the pictures of Wilkins & Lockie stones around her. They're all buried around one large LOCKIE monument in a big family lot.
Are you interested in making requests for these so I could get credit for the pictures? If yes, would you please put a note with the request that "Nancy/catsaver already has the photo" so no one else will claim it? Thanks!
W. Asa Wilkins-husband
John Paramon Wilkins
Mattie (Lockie) Wilkins
Father Lockie-Jan. 4, 1846-Mar. 8, 1918, fits CADI date for William A. Lockie, d. Fresno Co., 72y
Mother Lockie-Jan. 28, 1845-Mar. 29, 1912, fits CADI date for Margaret Lockie, died Fresno Co., 67y
Robert M. Lockie 1868-1947
Effie Lockie 1883-1913
John W. Pugh 1870-1917
Lillie I. (Lockie) Pugh 1872-1949
|Pamela Parks Costa||RE: Caroline Nees|
Thank you for sending me so many facts on Caroline Nees - I added her maiden name Shriver - and your information along with your name added for credit.
I have had a few times where I ended up in a family war with the spelling of names... I just try to keep my head down.
Pamela Parks Costa
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