|Rebecca S. (#46802954)|
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I've been a genealogy nerd since I was 17 after hearing stories about my 2nd great-grandfather, his Irish accent and his ability to make people cry when he sang. I was hooked on making the connection and never looked back. I enjoy helping other folks make their connections.|
My most important connection is to my Lord and Savior, Jesus - also my best friend. Many blessings to all of you in your searching.
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|Roberta Bouche||Joseph A. Bush|
I am curious that you have added pictures of my parents gravestone. Are you related to Margaret?
I just sent you an email from my different address to ask that you transfer Mrs. M W Slingluff to me. I just wanted to send this too so you know it was me. SMitchell
|Lorraine Smith Bell||Transfer|
Thank you so so much, and thank you again for all that you do with Find A Grave!
Added by cbb on Jun 09, 2014 1:41 PM
|Michael Christians||Welcome and Greetings|
Dear Rebecca; I was reading your profile and was glad to see you know our Savior Jesus as your friend and guide. I to also know him as my master and friend, since I met him as a boy in our small country church where I grew up on a farm and where I know my grandparents and most of family went to. I also am interested in looking in cemetery's both large and small find family members I know are buried there and sometimes finding them by accident. I find them very peaceful and relaxing to look at sometimes the words carved on the stone sometimes tells a little about that person and how they lived. If you ever wish to contact me about something I would be glad to hear from you. Love in Christ, Mike Christians.
|Alan Eugene Koch||Mary Miller|
Thanks so very much for transferring Mary to our account.
The Miller family is an important part of my wife's ancestry.
|j-c clouet||Capt Charles N Holcomb|
I have noted the record you have added october 08/2012. I am a Find A Grave member and also honorary member for the USAAC 474th Fighter Group and can give you some information regarding capt Charles N holcomb. Capt Holcomb, 9th US Army Air corps, 474th Fighter group, 429th Fighter Squadron was killed in action in a dog fight in the vicinity of MOUY, a village located 50km N of Paris, France on the 25th of august, 1944. He was one of eleven of that group shot down on aug 25th, 1944. 4 of this group were caught and became prisoners of war, 3 evaded capture and 4 were killed. The 25th of august 1944 was known as the 'black friday' by the 474th Fighter Group.
|Rebecca Emmett||India V. McGinnis Ford|
I'm trying to find information on India, a cousin, and I see two different gravesites for her, this one and #82550775. Yours has her correct name on the tombstone, but a different date of death than the NC death index indicated. The other one has minimal information on the tombstone, but accurate information on her parents and birth/death dates. I have no idea which one is accurate. Do you mind telling me what you know about her?
|Laish Morse||Family link|
I was wondering if you would be willing to link Gary Howard Morse Find A Grave#19312585, to his father, Howard Edward Morse Find A Grave#122595420?
I'm trying to enter and link all of my Morse cousins in the area together. Thanks!
|Alan Eugene Koch||Robert Miller|
Thanks so very much for transferring Robert to our account.
The Miller family is an important part of our ancestry.
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