|William Ridge (#46534406)|
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My name is Bill Ridge and I am researching the various lines of my family history (Ridge, Biles, Forepaugh, and Lownie with associated families). I am not on Find A Grave to see how many memorials I can generate. Rather, I would like to pay tribute to some of those who came before me.|
I enjoy helping others by photographing grave markers requested through Findagrave. On occasion, I may also photograph markers near the ones that are requested and I may create a memorial for that grave if one does not already exist.
You have my permission to use my FAG photographs in order to document your own family history.
Please ask for a transfer (or provide data through the Edit screen) if I "own" a memorial that pertains to a relative of yours. I have created those memorials so that interested parties may find information about members of their family.
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|Terri||RE: William and Emma States|
thanks for the transfers.Terri
Added by Terri on Jun 25, 2016 11:02 AM
|Terri||william n emma states|
Thank you very much for the transfer and all the work you do for us to find our ancestors. Terri
Added by Terri on Jun 17, 2016 8:21 AM
|Olin E. Hartley||Gre & Martha L. Fell|
Hi William -
I just wanted to thank you for the photos of the Fell;s in the Plumstead Friends Meeting Cemetery. I used the in my Family Tree and gave you the credit for taking them.
All the best,
PS: I did own an O'Day 25, TR that I would have loved to sail up your way. Too old now, I guess and living in Texas, there was no way of doing it.
|cheryl hamm||LaRue in Bristol Cemetery|
I added photos for Anna and Howard LaRue. The memorial says Annetta, but the details and the spouses details matched, so I was pretty certain I got the right folks. (I added the photo to the husband as well, even though there was no photo request).
|Kathy||RE: Ludwig Family Members|
Thank you so much. I'm hoping by the end of the year I'll finally have this family all linked to each other. We wish you & your family a safe & enjoyable Christmas Season. I know I'm repeating myself but I love the Christmas Season & wishing everyone a great season together. Take care & God bless.
Rod & Kathy in WA State
Added by Kathy on Dec 08, 2015 1:25 AM
|Kathy||RE: Joseph Ludwig|
Thanks William for posting the memorials & the transfer.
F.Y.I. Joseph has 10 other siblings. If your name is attached to any of them would you please consider transfering them to us also. These are the ones I found, but don't have it in front of me as I'm typing, to say if you did them also.
(1)Julia Anna (ludwig) Yost #117673003
spouse: John W. Yost #117672862
(2) Wm/ F. Ludwig Jr. #70889272
(3) Mary Magdalena (Ludwig) Seigford
(4) Henry Ludwig #66173146
(5) Ida May (Ludwig) Maag #97296869
spouse: Lewis Edison Maag Sr. #97296887
Their father William Frederick Ludwig is a Civil War hero. Wm. was wounded at Bull Run & Gettysburg. Survived, married & had 11 children. I & my husband are both Navy Veterans are very much intersted in him & linking him to all his children. Their are 5 of Joseph's siblings we are still looking for. Thank you for your time. Have a safe & enjoyable Christmas Season. take care & God bless.
Rod & kathy #47402211
Added by Kathy on Dec 04, 2015 5:46 PM
|Faith Howe||RE: Hannah and Lydia Barndt|
Thank you for processing the updates for the many memorials you added to the Little Zion cemetery. I recently had access to some of their church records so I was able to update the memorials with more information. Having that information on the memorial will help others to be able to easily find in person if they choose. Thanks again.
By the way,John Praul (married to Martha Tomlinson) was the son 0f John Praul and Mary Ridge (daughter of William Ridge and Mary Walmsley).
|Military Mom||Charles Crossley|
Thank you so much for the transfer! I appreciate it.
|dd||RE: Charles Brockdon Brown Find A Grave Memorial# 28510062|
Thank you so very much for checking. I think it will remain a mystery then. It is a beautiful picture. That you photographed the marker means that it will last much longer than its "slowly washed away by water and smog life," and it is really appreciated by admirers of the author as well as family members.
Added by dd on Aug 30, 2015 3:31 PM
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