|Helen Schmidt (#46863291)|
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I have been working on my family genealogy for several years. I have had alot of help from others and I like to help anyone that I can. I sure appreciate this website. It is a great help with our research and brings alot of families together in the process. |
I will be happy to transfer ownership of a memorial that I have added, to members of that person's family. Under the edit key you can suggest a correction, provide additional information that you want added or I will transfer the management to you. I will also be glad to link the memorials to other memorials for you if possible.
Thanks to all who have left flowers and messages on the memorials I have submitted.
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|Eleanor Morrison Lawson||Tinsley and extended families|
Thank you very much for your hard work and efforts on the Find A Grave site. It is truly the genealogist great friend. I know it is made up of people like you who are willing to go the extra mile. Thanks to you all, people like me who can no longer visit cemeteries, can see their extended families gravesites. I hope you will not mind my copying your photos for my family files on Ancestry and Family Treemaker. I am trying so hard to leave files where my extended family can see their heritage. I am now 87 and time is fast running out for me but hopefully there will be those who follow in my footsteps.
Thank you again.
Eleanor Morrison Lawson (email@example.com)
|Mary Sicard||Finis Boggess|
Thanks for posting the tombstone photo on his memorial in Pleasant Hill Cemetery.
|Gary G. Mosley||RE: William F. Ward|
Thank you very Helen, one door closes and another opens.
|Gary G. Mosley||Capt. William F. Ward|
Helen: I am contacting you once again, the first time was back in 2010 and it was for your work on George Penrod, from Mulhenberg, Co. KY.. This time it has to do with your great background work on Capt. William F. Ward, in that information you said that he had six sister, it is one of those sisters that I am searching for information on. She is Nancy Jane Ward 1840-1926, some people have her as Mary Jane and that is not correct. My connection is she was my great grandmother, making William Flan Ward my great Uncle.
If you have anything I would be grateful for it or just point me in a good direction? My e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
Gary G. Mosley
|Diane Addington||James Family|
Check your "edits" on your profile page.
|nancy murray||find a grave|
Thank you for providing a marker photo on the grave of William H. Roberts of the 3rd Tennessee Infantry.
|Mark Holland||RE: hughes cemetery|
Thank you both, very much. I never would have found it. 37.0881° N, 86.9661° W
|Mark Holland||RE: Hughes cemetery|
Hmmm... so how do I find Substation Rd? Don't see it on Google Maps.
|Mark Holland||Hughes Cemetery Location|
You posted a picture of Hughes Cemetery, Muhlenberg Co, KY on Find-A-Grave.
Can you tell me where this cemetery is? I'm trying to locate it on a map.
|Rebecca A Dalton Hoover||McPherson cemetary|
My ggggrandfather Amos Ash was married to Sarah Johnston Ash and after he died. His bro-n-law Jesse McPherson married his wife after Jesse's wife died which her name was Nancy Ash Mcpherson.(Amos's sister) Anyway Im trying to find Amos Ash's plot. He was good friends with Jesse. Died in same vacinity. Is there any unmark or unreadable graves in the McPherson cemetary? Or old graveyards in same area. Amos Ash did own land also by Clifty creek. Any help would be great thank you. Becky
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