|Suzanna ღ Ashworth (#46819784)|
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I truly love cemeteries and researching family histories. If update is a family member, please let me know at time of request and I will be happy to transfer.|
Family names I'm researching are Ashworth, Brasher, Learned/Larned, McCrady, Carpenter and Ziebarth/Cibart.
If interested in a transfer...please follow the instructions from Find A Grave and state your connection. I'm happy to transfer family but with so many entries I am unable to remember the cemetery name or locations. Please feel free to use any headstone pictures I have added.
Recently someone contacted me asking that I delete my entry as they had just entered a duplicate and liked theirs better...please don't do this. Nor collect people with the same name, this is not accepted by Find A Grave. As I said before, I am happy to transfer immediate family. Thanks!
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|kathryn booth||Marshall J Clark|
Would you be so kind as to add a Mother--Rebecca Harriet Stinson Carter, #28978133 and a Father--James A Carter, # 67414380 to Marshall J Carter--#74732818.
Thank you very much, Kathryn Booth #47509889
|Glen Zell||Wife of Amiel|
Amiel's wife's maiden name was spelled Howle.
|Dee Dee Egan-Strombeck||Joseph Van Cleve|
Thank you so much for adding the bio.
Joseph was married to my Aunt Esther Egan.
Thank you so much for the DeJanvier transfers. Much appreciated!
The Lenfest family is deeply appreciative of this transfer, thank you. OZARKCHERYL
Thanks for transferring Della and her infant son, JW Prater to me.
|Pammy In Oklahoma||RE: L. Dolphus|
There may be no way to tell if he is buried there. I just want you to know that most of the Black persons are buried across the road from Clayton cemetery in the "black" area. Most buried in that part worked on the Moorhead Plantation.
|skye||RE: Photos of Headstones|
Yes, you may--thanks for asking
Added by skye on May 06, 2013 9:44 AM
HI Suzanna, I recognize your name as well. You have done a lot of the entries in Linn and Benton Counties in Oregon. I have entered several of the death certificates that Diana Kreb had photographed, as well as several headstones.
What an awesome service this is, I just love it!
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Added by Rheag123 on May 06, 2013 1:30 AM
|Terri Burris||Walter "Larry" Webber|
Thank you for transferring my family member's memorial that you created into my care. It is very much appreciated. I also wanted to thank you for the incredible body of contributions you have made to the Find a Grave community that has benefited so many! I hope this new month of May is a wonderful one for you.
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