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Since retirement, I have had lots of time to work on genealogy for my family and my husband's family. I enjoy visiting cemeteries and recording the burials to help others find their relatives.|
When requesting a transfer, please tell me how you are related to the individual. I'm not a stickler for the 4 generation rule, but I do like to know your connection to the person.
PLEASE DO NOT ADD DEATH CERTIFICATES TO MY MEMORIALS.
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|Diana Holland Calderon||Sarah Patterson Young|
Thanks Maggie. Familysearch.org isn't bringing up any results. New site doesn't appear to work, so I will have to run back to Hillsboro next week. She appeared to have been married first to a Mr. Thomas S. Wilson and had child Leslie or Lesley. So I'm not sure where my great grandmother got the Ruley from. 1770 she and Leslie were with Thomas 2 doors down from her parents in KY. 1880 in Hill County with my ggg uncle Joe. But thanks so much! I never could find her going by Ruley!
|Diana Holland Calderon||Young, Sarah A.|
Wife of my ggg uncle Joseph Volney Young. You have her listed as Sarah Patterson. The listing my great grandmother left me out of the family bible had her listed as Sarah A. Ruley. Can you please advise your source for her maiden and parents?
|MacBean||Photos of Ridley Graves|
May I have your permission to copy the photos of the graves of C.S. "Doc" Ridley and "Mattie Ridley Cullers" (in Ridge Park Cemetery) to my family tree in ancestry.com? I will be more than happy to credit you as the photographer. Thank you very much.
- B. MacBean
Added by MacBean on Jun 07, 2013 10:14 PM
|Mattie Jane||Doyle Ray Trull|
Please connect Doyle Ray Trull # 13907331 at Sunburst Cemetery with his father Calvin Trull # 13414910 at Inman Chapel Cemetery, Haywood County, NC. Thank you, Mattie Jane Lovingood
|Troy Lee Conner||Norris|
Maggie could you add her children to Caddie webb norris Memorial My sister Isabell married her son Lewis Norris
Lewis Arthur norris
Fred Thomas Norris
Earl Leonard Norris
Ulysses Wayne Norris
Terry Anderson Norris
Bruce Elmer Norris
Ruth Alice Norris Caldwell
Nancy Sue Norris Ward
Doris Rose Norris Bryson
Sherry Christine Norris Dewitt
|Barbara Pargament||Clemmie E House Rose|
May I have permission to use the headstone pictures (and other family headstones) on my ancestry.com family tree?
Barbara Peters Pargament
|Dottie Porter Himes||RE: Hansford Cemetery|
Hi, I thought that I had sent you info on the exact location of the Hansford Cemetery, sorry if I did not, as our house sold in Lewisport Ky and we moved to Corpus Christi, TX. DIRECTIONS TO THIS HANSFORD FAMILY GRAVEYARD FROM OWENSBORO, KY, TAKE ROUTE 431,TURN LEFT ON ROUTE 140 AT UTICA, KY THE NEXT ROAD TO THE RIGHT IS GORE ROAD THIS IS A WINDY ROAD WITH LOTS OF NEW HOMES. THERE IS A BIG CURVE TO THE RIGHT, CONTINUE GOING AND STOP ABOUT 2 CAR LENGETHS BEFORE YOU COME TO THE STOP SIGN AT "GORE ROAD AND EAST LOCUST GROVE ROAD" LOOK TO THE LEFT, IN THE MIDDLE OF A FIELD FOR A TALL CEDAR TREE, HALF GONE, AND THE HANSFORD GRAVEYARD IS JUST BEFORE THE CEDAR TREE. THE GROUND IS FULL OF WEEDS AND LOTS OF BRIARS. WE UNDERSTAND THAT THE HAMILTON COMPANY BOUGHT THE LAND AND SUBDIVIDED IT FOR NEW HOMES. THEY MUST HAVE COME IN AND CLEARED THE LAND AND RAN OVER MANY OF THE TOMBSTONES.
Dottie Porter Himes email@example.com
|bioengineer||Dr. James Davidson Priest|
I appreciate your transferring this Confederate physician's memorial to me. In a few days I will post a detailed biography from our register of physicians who served the Confederacy in a medical capacity.
F. Terry Hambrecht, M.D.
Senior Technical Advisor to the
National Museum of Civil War Medicine
|Carolina Grave Hunter||Edmonston's|
Thank you again for the transfers. I am working on bios and linking.
Have a great evening,
|JimO||59094764 - Robert T. Duncan|
Robert T. Duncan was a member of Hq Company, 192nd Tank Battalion. He fought in the Philippine Islands from December 8, 1941 until Bataan was surrendered on April 9, 1942. On April 14, 1942, while he was on the Bataan Death March, he was bayoneted by a Japanese Guard and died. After the war, his remains were never identified, so he was declared dead on February 1, 1946. His name appears on the Tablets of the Missing at the American Military Cemetery at Manila.
Added by JimO on Mar 21, 2013 7:43 AM
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