|Leslie W. (#46557896)|
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Hello, everyone! I just love this site, partly because it's helped so much in our genealogy. Tell everyone you know about FindAGrave!!|
I'm happy to transfer ownership of memorials to relatives.
One of the memorials I added is on the list of unusual monuments: Dr. Fritz Abegg, buried with his wife Ella Fetz Abegg in New Jersey. They were my stepdad's grandparents, and we were surprised and pleased to see the monument on the list!
I've added records of many relatives to FindAGrave as well as some entries in McLouth Cemetery, the cemetery in my hometown of McLouth, Kansas. If there is any information you want to add or change, including photos, please let me know and I'd be very happy to help.
I hope the information I'm adding to this site is very helpful to you. Please take a moment to let me know if it has helped you in any way!
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|Joyce Edgar Phipps||RE: Maggie Lee Gibson Cowen|
No, I am not related to the Cowens. I went to the cemetery to look for two friends graves. While there I photographed every headstone I could find because the "person" that had added Pear Valley Cemetery to Findagrave had done nothing except go to the cemetery, take information from the existing stones and put that on findagrave. This makes for a very very poor memorial page. So I spent about 6 hours there photographing stones, came home and started adding the photo's to their memorial pages. Then I noticed how empty the pages still looked so I started doing research on each and every person buried there. I am so pleased to receive your message. Now I know that there will be people reading the captions. Thank you so much. You made my day. I am about half way thru adding what I can find on the deceased. This is such a nice little cemetery. I enjoyed being there. Sandhill cranes were calling all around me and that is the one sound I love more than anything. My husband had to stay in the car because he was cold but I was so busy I didn't notice the 37 degrees or the wind blowing. Thank you again for your kind message.
|N K Jewell||RE: Hiram White|
You are very welcome. I wonder if any of the other Whites in that cemetery will turn out to be part of your extended family. Let me know if you want to have me transfer them. NK Jewell (with some roots in Kansas!)
|Nikki R.||Homer Reardon|
Hello, thank you for all your work on this site. I don't know if you would be willing to transfer this memorial to me. Homer is my great-grandfather. It's not listed, but he had a daughter, older than Eric, named Catherine Genevieve Benway. She was my grandmother.
Added by Nikki R. on Jul 16, 2012 7:42 PM
|Gary Hurst||RE: Myrtie May Reno Schultz|
would you have adeath date and location ? For either her or Louis?
|Gary Hurst||RE: Myrtie May Reno Schultz|
there are only 5 Schultzs buried in Andrew County. They are Blanche, John G, John W, Louis P, and Roxanna. That is all that shows up on the county inventory online. In the written inventory it shows that Mayme Reno Schultz is a sister to Jess L Reno. But shows no grave info for her.
|Penny||RE: Penny is an awesome Findagraver, y'all!|
LOL! You are too much! But yes I suppose you could say I am "dedicated" to getting the job done! It actually took me several trips to find it, WELL Hidden! I asked many people and just kept going till I finally found it, but I rose to the challenge! hahahaha Thought my husband was going to divorce me over it but he finally came out to help me look for it. We both were roaming the woods until we finally found it. Thank you for the compliments.
Added by Penny on Jun 24, 2012 10:08 PM
|Kim E.||RE: John and Elizabeth White|
Thanks for writing me back. My membership on Ancestry.com isn't active right now but as soon as I sign up again I'll let you know. I do have a family tree on there under the name Enslow family tree. I have many White photographs in it.
Added by Kim E. on Jun 24, 2012 4:18 PM
Checked and added some pics to the other Renos, all were already in database but didn't have pictures. Added the ones available but there is still a few without markers
I added some pictures to existing listings at Savannah cemetery and added one that wasn't there. There are also 7 more Renos buried at Whitesville and 2 in Flag Springs. I have access to the county inventory and permission to copy pictures from it onto findagrave. It is on the Rootsweb site. If you are interested in learning more about it email me. Thanks, Gary
|Kim E.||John and Elizabeth White|
Thank you so much for posting John and Elizabeth Whites Grave stone. They are my 6th great grand parents. Charles White who was in the Revolutionary War had a son named Asa, and I am descended from him. I live in Los Angeles, so seeing these stones in person is difficult. I really appreciate the work you've done. How are you connected to the Whites?
Added by Kim E. on Jun 23, 2012 5:28 PM
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