|Thomas Henning (#46579643)|
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I want to express my thanks to everyone who has sent corrections and additional information to me concerning my entries on Find-A-Grave. I hope everyone doesn't think I am rude for not getting back to them and thanking each individual one. There are only so many hours in a day. |
Rather than creating a duplicate memorial of a memorial someone else has already entered, why not contact that person and ask them to either edit their entry or at least transfer that memorial to you.
Please, if anyone discovers a mistake in my entries or have any information to add, delete, or would like a transfer of a memorial please contact me through Find A Grave or send me an email.
Please feel free to copy photos I've added on Find A Grave.com for your own family history records. It is not necessary to contact me directly for permission, but please indicate that I provided the photo and that it is being used with permission.
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I was just checking out yout viurtual cemetery "Heroes of Jackson Co".
A real "hend salute" for the doing of that.
Phil (Just another old vet who is proud to have served).
|Phil Knox||Elizabeth Rugh Cubbage|
Note for her bio(?)
She was the daughter of Michael Rugh and Elizabeth Reamer Rugh.
|Mikel Beardall||Thelma Boothby|
Just found Thelma Boothby, she is Bert's second wife, after Lauretta died in 1922, Bert married Thelma in 1945. Could you make that correction please. Thanks
|Mikel Beardall||Thelma Boothby|
Find A Grave Memorial# 44788361 Themla Boothby, I can not find any documentation that Thelma is the Daughter of Bert and Lauretta Boothby. If you look at the dates of birth for all three then Bert and Lauretta would have been 11 years old when Thelma was born, highly unlikely.
|joseph meyers||thank you|
this is my great grandma grace huling Meyers parents I have been looking for there grave stones
|Don H. Morrison||Bruce Lee Yunker #16332443|
B: 23 Sep 1947--Blue Island, IL.
D. 27 Dec 2003--Peotone, IL. Died at home, as your memorial states, but burial took place in
Mokena, IL., at Saint John UCC Cemetery. Hope this helps you add a little more to his memorial. From a distant relative working on genealogy.
|Cindy (Seifert) Cooper Abelson||RE: Photos|
On the Head Stone for Berniece and Dorothy Carey are the same. I had to check with the Caretaker to make sure. You are Very welcome. Love to help
|L. A. McGriff||RE: Stoker # 74124890|
You are very welcome -- I really enjoy find-a-grave. I went to the cemetery,about 2 miles from my home, as soon as I saw your request for Critton Stoker. I didn't see the one for Elizabeth Stoker until I had returned from the cemetery, however I didn't see her grave marker there. The cemetery is in very bad shape, many stones are broken and scattered, some are face down and many are unreadable. Critton's stone was laying flat on the ground as you can see in the photo. It's very wet here today, when we get a nice day I'll take another look for Elizabeth's marker.
|Randy Campbell||RE: # 35880573|
Please be more specific. John and Elizabeth whom?
If you are talking about John and Elizabeth Green Clark, they are ancestors of my mother's step-father. Please let me know if it is this couple or someone else. Thank you.
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