|Alice Wunderland (#46790721)|
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|Hello fellow Find-a-grave participants!|
If I have created a memorial for an ancestor of yours that is not related to me, I will be happy to transfer it over to you. If I have created a memorial for a family member of mine and you request it turned over to you, this probably won't happen. I am however, agreeable to you posting an additional photo of this member.
Whenever time permits, I am happy to do photo requests, but as I am working full time I don't have a lot of spare time to do this. In my area, the FAG members are so numerous that they will actually "grave rob" your photo requests that you have claimed, or they simply snatch up every request that comes along, not realizing that there are others who would love a chance to help out.
I believe that FAG is a wonderful tool, and it is a huge benefit to all of us doing genealogy.
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|Robert Longbottom # 46521199||Message|
If you would send me your email address to email@example.com
I will send you an rtf file on the ancestors of LF Cassler
|Robert Longbottom # 46521199||RE: L.F. Cassler|
I hope you enjoy the additional generations back on Lafayette's family in Ohio.
Thanks for adding the info I sent this morning.
|Mary Lou Hooper||RE: Cochran|
My email address is on my site. If you send me yours I will forward the pictures.
|Mary Lou Hooper||Cochran|
There is a large section with Cochran markers. I have additional information and photos I can email if you would be interested.
I have no idea, but I would imagine there was at one time for the information to have been added. Sorry I can't be more help, these were ones I r'cd when Maribeth passed away, and only she would know where she got the information originally.
|Don Johnson||Sarah Fleeman Murray Johnston|
Sarah was the daughter of Thomas Fleeman and Sarah Steele (born about 1750). She first married Thomas Murray (b: 1740 in North Carolina and d: before 1792 in Clouds Creek, Oglethorpe County, GA). Sarah then married my 3rd Great Grandfather, Rubin Riley Johnston. She was his third wife. Rubin and his 2nd wife (Lydia Harrison) arrived in the area of Wilkes County that became Oglethorpe County about 1783 and were founding members of the Clouds Creek Baptist Church (names noted on the historical marker at the church). Rubin's will was written on 18 Jan 1823 and probated on 05 May 1824. Sarah died in Dec 1833. Many of the old headstones in the original Clouds Creek Baptist Church Cemetery are long gone. The actual church moved to a near by building site and as such the original cemetery was left unmaintained.
|Nannette||RE: Harvey Grant Skeen and Wife|
You're very welcome!
Added by Nannette on Apr 28, 2013 1:03 PM
|Nancy||RE: Jeduthan Perkins|
You're very welcome. Glad I could sort of help. It is dissapointing when a stone can't be found. But, I feel better thinking that the person still enjoys a "visitor" and the fact that they haven't been forgotten.
Added by Nancy on Apr 24, 2013 7:27 AM
|Dave Robison||RE: Russell and Polly Sackett|
Ok...I added the dates of birth and death for Russell and Polly then linked them as spouses. As I suspected, the photos were just put up by Thurmon King August 23rd of last year. I posted these in late 2009. His profile states that he is a Sackett descendant through his mother Grace M (Sackett) King (1910-1996). He hasn't asked for a transfer but if you want the memorials let me know. Otherwise, I'd like to transfer them to him. I had put up many memorials from that cemetery from an inventory I picked up at the Westfield Athenaeum. Then I walked the grounds looking for as many stones as I could find...wasn't very successful!
|Dave Robison||RE: Add a death date?|
Glad to help! Did someone add a photo? I may have missed it, but I usually put up as much as I know when I first post a memorial. But...I'll need to know which memorial you're referring to. There's no mention in the note. Usually a link to the memorial is included in the e-mail. Is this person a relative of yours?
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