|Richard Moberly (#47003541)|
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My wife Terri and I no longer volunteer for Findagrave in Washington County Oklahoma. We will continue working on our family and friends. If we have entered a memorial of one of your loved ones, family or friend, let us know and we will always consider transferring to your care. Many of the volunteers in our area have lost interest in the work due to one individual. It is a shame. All of these volunteers have done a good job. None are perfect but have given of their time and effort to provide information for the many burials in this area. We are loyal supporters of Findagrave but we are all volunteers and the verbal, mental and email abuse we have all taken makes it not worth the effort.|
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|Linda Berney||Negative comments|
What a shame to read your comments about such negative feedback! It reminded me of the old saying, "No good deed goes unpunished." Thanks for all you have done for this site.
|nita stolns||Ada Effie Gorden Miller Busha|
#40394541. I'm working on getting a bio on for Ada and their is a note that someone put on that reads 'inscription father EB Gorden and wife Martha Miller'?? Did you put that their?? Does she have a gravestone??? being it said inscription? She was born Ada Effie Gorden, Married Silas Miller, had two sons, then was married later on in her life to George Busha. Her fathers name wasn't E B Gorden. It was Ebenizer Abraham Gorden. His wife was correct, it was Martha. Wondering if you could shed any light on this. She is my great aunt and Ebenizer and Martha are my g grandarents. I'll leave that note on until I can figure out what it means. Thanks so much. Not trying to make any ruckus or trouble. I do appreciate everything both you and your wife do on Find A Grave. Keep up the good work.
|Bobbi Dant Tucker||Mobberly Cemetery|
Richard, can you tell me where Mobberly Cemetery is located in Daviess County.
I am working on the Owen/Moberly family from KY to Highland twp Washington co IA. Please contact me. Joyce in ID
|CryptoGram||RE: Mary Horner|
De nada; you're welcomed, Rich & Terri!
|Joe Todd||Chester Cummins|
Rich, the obit for Chester Cummins has the name spelled Cummings. I sent you the info I have and deleted my entry
Added by Joe Todd on Aug 03, 2015 9:43 AM
|patricia hook||RE: John W Bostic Find A Grave memoiral # 35314251|
Thank You for the information. I am new at this and still learning.
I had one person on Find A Grave that wanted all kinds of information before they would transfer anyone.
|patricia hook||John W Bostic Find A Grave memoiral # 35314251|
John W Bostic Find A Grave memoiral # 35314251
Could you please add the following to above.
B: August 16, 1878, Holton, Ind.
D: July 31, 1963, Bartlesville, Washington Co., Oklahoma
also his middle name was William
John is my great grandmother's brother
Also his wife Myrtle N. Bostic Find A Grave memoiral 35314260
The N stands for Ninnie which was her 1st name.
B: Nov 24, 1874, Holton, Ripley Co., Ind.
D: May 12, 1963 Dewey, Oklahoma
patricia hook (#48770978)
|CryptoGram||RE: Levi & Harriet Horner headstone|
You're sure welcomed, Moberlys...good to have found the Horners for you!
|Sally Medlen Bishop||Your Efforts|
Let me thank you and the other volunteers for your outstanding work in listing the people buried in the Dewey Cemetery. You have over the years helped me many times. Shame on those that caused you or any other volunteers grief with their words and comments. I didnt realize you had stopped the work you were doing until after I had sent my latest message to you. Just know there are many out here that appreciate the time and effort you and others have spent on listing all the graves. All this information has been so helpful to all of us family historians.
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