|Karma Martin (#46862371)|
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|I live in Oklahoma. I was bitten by the genealogy bug about 10 years ago and have been addicted ever since. I also love gardening and cats.|
Please email me with any additional information, corrections or questions you might have. Please indicate Find A Grave in the subject line.
I am connected in some way, whether it be close or distant, to most (but not all) of the memorials I have entered.
A family tree can wither if nobody tends it's roots.
A garden without a cat scarcely deserves to be called a garden at all.
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|Red||RE: LCpl Floyd Wayne Hamilton|
You are welcome. I have used the Coffelt Database exclusively for information regarding servicemen who died in Vietnam. I find their information very accurate and have sent them photos of headstones to use on their website. Red
Added by Red on Jul 12, 2014 7:48 PM
|Johnny Johnson||Leroy and Sarah|
Leroy and Sarah are my 2nd great grandparents. They were first cousins. Leroy's mother Lydia Querry and Sarah Amick's mother Elizabeth Querry were sisters. Their parents were Elisha Querry b. 1755 Ireland and Sarah Brown in England.
Leroy never knew his biological father. So he took his mother's maiden name as his surname. Querry comes from Clan MacQuarrie in Scotland. They are one of the 7 clans that descend from King Alpin father of Kenneth MacAlpin the founder and first king of Scotland.
Oral history was that Leroy's father's surname was Davenport. But no one today knows his first name. It is said that he was a traveling man. That is all we knew.
I just here recently had a male McQuerrey that descends from Leroy do Y-DNA testing and it have come back as Davenport! So the oral history was right. Through the DNA matches I now have a Davenport line to look through to try to narrow down who Leroy's father may have been...
I have a picture of Leroy and Sarah I will try to post on here if I can figure it out...
|B J||Eunice Emma Olmsted Cousens|
Created by: Karma Martin
Record added: Jul 18, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 114007198
Posted a marker photo of Eunice and her husband Edwin from Evergreen in Oakland.
Added by B J on Mar 27, 2014 12:33 PM
|Cenantua||James Lee Hilliard|
Corrections complete. Thanks!
Added by Cenantua on Oct 24, 2011 9:24 AM
|DogMama08||RE: Velma Pryor double post|
I can't tell the exact time of day. The memorial numbers are sequential. If duplicate memorials were added, even on the same day, the lower number was added first.
So many memorials are being added that there are about 400 or 500 new ones added in the time it takes me to add just one. Additions are supposed to be real-time and show up immediately, but that's not always the case. Some memorials don't show up for a day or two.
There are times when Find a Grave's search function is on the fritz, and it won't show any results even if there are existing memorials for those people. It's not you or me making mistakes in our searches or not searching at all and adding duplicates; the website is just having a bad day. It has happened to me on several occasions, and I'm sure I'll do it again.
|Donna Maines||RE: Carolyn Scott Photo|
It was my pleasure - I have family buried there and I am there quite often so it is no problem and I enjoy helping.
|Victor Vilionis||HM3 Junger|
Thank you for the transfer, he is at rest at the Calvary Cemetery in Tulsa and I have updated his Memorial
SORRY FOR THE DELAY I HAVE BEEN OUT OF TOWN. GOOD LUCK.
|Robert||Earl & Alta Park|
I added headstone photos for them just wanted to let you know.
Added by Robert on Apr 30, 2009 12:28 PM
Glad you em back, I deleted your request by mistake, sorry.
now you have your gg gparents
Added by Oz on Jan 13, 2009 5:38 AM
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