|Jeremy R. Abbott (#46816462)|
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I live in Central Alabama; about 12-hours away from any cemetery with relatives. Between 2004-2007, I lived in Northwest Florida where I spent most of my weekends driving to remote cemeteries to document and photograph headstones.|
The joy comes when I hear back from relatives of those individuals I have added to Find-A-Grave. Because the majority of my entries are of no relation, I am more than willing to make transfers to your profile. I try to stay within the 4-generation Find-A-Grave guidelines; which are Spouses, Parents, Brothers and Sisters, Children, Grand-children, Grandparents, and Great-Grandparents. Of course, those are just guidelines, not law and even if you are a 2nd cousin 3x removed, I'll probably transfer. Please use the "EDIT" tab to ask for EACH transfer. Please state your relationship to the deceased in the transfer request. And please, after it transfers to you, don't delete it and enter your own. I've worked very hard to document these burials.
For any corrections or to add other information, please us the "EDIT" tab on the upper right side of the memorial to send the information.
Thank you to Jim Tipton, A.J. Marik, and Russ Dodge for their dedication to this website. Without them, other staff, and most of all -- the volunteers, this site would not be available.
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|Sandy Hoffman Gotham||Emma Miller|
Could you please link Emma M (Jones)Miller to her parents,
Father; Erasmus Dee Jone 6214524
Mother; Eliza Turner Jones 6214525
We would like to complete our family and link Emma to her mom and Dad. She was a Grand Aunt of mine.I think there is only one remaining to find and link up.
Thank you so much for helping our family reunite...
Sandy Hoffman Gotham
|B Abbott||Lacy Lee Clayton|
Hi, Jeremy. Lacy Lee Clayton is my husband's great uncle and I saw that you had put some basic information on this site for him. Thanks. My question is about his birthplace. On his WWI draft registration it states that he was born in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas, but had no county. When I search the Internet, there is a Walnut Ridge in Lawrence County and one in Grant County, Arkansas. His death record indicated that he was born in Little Rock, Arkansas. Grant County is considered part of the Little Rock metropolitan area, so I surmised that it was Grant County. Do you have more information to indicate Lawrence County? Just want to make my records as correct as possible.
B. L. Abbott
Added by B Abbott on Apr 15, 2013 2:52 PM
|Mario Ragucci||Highest Thank you to You !|
Dearest Mr. Jeremy R. Abbott,
You have today connected my family tree and touch a eotional twag in me because i see for the first time my great-grandmother on my mothers side. I, too, live FAR from relatives, making my home in Seattle since 1989. I found out about Find A Grave only months ago, but it has been people like you who actually take the photographs and document graves, and then someone like me connect with his departed kin and put together real evidence of family. I can not thank you enough, my friend. My Great Grandma's name I had WRONG in my geneology from high school days in 1980.
I searched for her, but my mom told me her name was Sarah. But there was no Sarah Padgett on Find A Grave so I was sad. Years after my grandma died, i ran across a note from her adult care facility in Pensacola said her mom name was Margaret. But I had thought, perhaps, they had got it wrong from my grandma. Then, today, I ran across that note I had made into digital and searched on Find A Grave. Sure enough. My mom had pictures of my grandma being taken to this cemetary entrance, and I heard you need a special permit to visit because it's on Government Property. They only took pictures of the entrance, and did not take pics of any headstones. This is where my great grandmother is because I had pictures of this cemetary.
This is a real big deal to me.
Mario J Ragucci
Created by: Jeremy R. Abbott
Record added: Jun 20, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14662634
|Marcia De Sarro-Witt||Sunset Cemetery|
Memorial # 14624819:
Christopher T. Di Francesca
Please transfer to me.
|Marcia De Sarro-Witt||Christopher T. Difrancesca|
Please transfer my nephew
Christopher T. DiFrancesca of
Sunset Gardens in Okaloosa Co, Florida.
|Beth & Doug||RE: Beatrice Abbott-Winchester|
Your very welcome! Glad that I found her :)
|Arlene Schroeder||Baggett Memorials|
Thank you so much for the transfer of the Baggett memorials. I really appreciate it.
|Artemis Vagias||RE: John Westly Miller|
Well thank you for doing it!
|Artemis Vagias||John Westly Miller|
Surprised to see the name John Westly Miller. My mother used to refer to him as her uncle. I saw that his daughter married a Melvin. So that must be the family connection. I always thought my mother was saying Coral Lee, but now I see the correct spelling. Uncle Westly use to have a ranch with horses and cattle back when Destin toward Panama City was "open range" and men were using boats to travel from town to town as much as they were cars and horses. Mother said you could always recognize Uncle Westly's cattle. I can't remember if she said "by the brand or by the split ear". Mom took me to the old ranch house about 50 years ago and at that time it appeared to have been abandoned for a couple years.
Additional info would be helpful.
|Michael Strickland||Greenwood Cmtry, Florala, AL|
Jeremy, Greenwood Cmtry is part in Alabama and part in Florida. If people are looking for someone buried in Walton County, Fl, who is in Greenwood Cmtry, there is not such place, according to findagrave.com. It may be the best situation, all things considered, to have Greenwood Cmtry listed only in Alabama, but the fact of the matter is that it is also in Florida. What is the view of the staff at findagrave.com, or have you been in touch with them about the unique situation presented by Greenwood, and it being in two different states? Michael
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