|Donna G (#46875298)|
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Texas born and raised, currently residing in Northeast Oklahoma--with a few interesting & scenic stops along the way (Kentucky, Indiana, New Mexico). Volunteer photographer for Cherokee County, OK and surrounding areas. |
I will gladly transfer memorials to family members. Please use the "Suggest a Correction" feature on the memorial page (under the edit tab) per Find A Grave guidelines to request a transfer(http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=listFaqs#79).
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|Jawuan Nave||looking for answers|
will you please contact me at your earliest convenience at firstname.lastname@example.org thank you in advance... Jawuan Nave
|Michelle Aldridge||Family Tree|
Hi I noticed we are related some how and wanted to know what info you have for yandell and taylor maybe gray? If you can please email me at email@example.com
|marlene tillery||RE: Louis Markgraf|
Wanted to thank you for letting me have the memorials on Buddy and Juanita. I have been adding
a little history to memorials, that I find.
|Cheryl Hudgins Ogle||Lizzie Ogle|
Thank you for your work on this memorial, and the transfer.
|Cedar Tree Baptist Church||Please add this obituary to Mary Ann Eslinger|
Please add this obituary to Mary Ann Eslinger
( http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=39694654 )
Mary Ann Eslinger born "Sosti" Groundhog on Wednesday October 23, 1946 to George Washington Groundhog and Sallie Ann (Dick) Groundhog of Tahlequah, Indian Territory U.S.A. she passed on Sunday January 26, 1975 and was laid to rest on Thursday January 30, 1975 at Cedar Tree Baptist Church.
Mary authored two books GI-Dee-Thlo-Ah-Ee Of The Blue People Clan for her daughters 1974 Christmas present, there are only ten copies of this book made. One belongs to Lisa Christine; two are registered at the Copy-Right Office; National Archives in Washington, D.C.; and one at the Oklahoma Historical Society; and one to the Cherokee Tribal Attorney, Earl Boyd Pierce. Mary also authored Cherokee People exposing the U.S. Government for their illicit exploitation and human trafficking of Native American girls.
Mary Ann Eslinger is survived by daughter GI-Dee-Thlo-Ah-Ee Groundhog aka Lisa Christine Christiansen.
|Dr Lisa Christine Christiansen||Mary Ann Eslinger|
I would first like to thank you for building this memorial for my mother, she has no headstone and when I visit it brings me to my roots and I have chosen to not place a stone yet only because I do not want her to become a tourist attraction, I simply want her to be remembered for all of her beauty in strength and her greatness that shines through her giving and loving nature. I would love to help you in contributing to her page with bio, pictures and correct information. Her Date of birth is October 23, 1946 her date of death is January 26, 1975 my personal email is firstname.lastname@example.org and my website is www.lisachristiansen.com you can learn more by going to:
I look forward to connecting with you, thank you for your beautiful soul and all you do.
|gsprag||Bessie and Clarence|
It is going well. Thank you. I've been getting somewhere recently within the Hiester line and have connected to quite a few descendants of the Stienmetz line, too. It's been very exciting. I need to get to Reading soon for my spring visit to check on the graves and make sure that everything is A- ok. Unfortunately there was heavy vandalism in Aulenbach's Cemetery in December and over 300 graves were overturned. (even some of the older marked Civil War graves) I'm hoping since my family's graves are near the road that they were not were damaged. Their style of marker is also fatter and closer to the ground- not the tall skinny kind.
Thanks for asking. Hope your research is going well also. Georgeann
Added by gsprag on Mar 12, 2013 5:41 AM
|gsprag||RE: Clarence & Bessie|
Just saw this link. I think I tried to thank you through another link somewhere else, but anyway- thank you for transferring Clarence and Bessie, my grandparents. Hope all is doing well with you!
Added by gsprag on Mar 02, 2013 7:52 AM
|Sandra Bertram Meier||Answer to your Non-family transfers statement on my bio page|
"I will gladly transfer memorials to family members. Please use the "Suggest a Correction" feature on the memorial page (under the edit tab) per Find A Grave guidelines to request a transfer(http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=listFaqs#79). "
The above paragraph comes from your own bio page. Guess you want others to send you non family members but according to the above - you transfer to family only as per guidelines. Maybe you should reword you page.
I also find it very strange that only two people have ever been upset with my following the guideline and they are both Homer Cemetery requests. The grandma I refer to on my bio was very nasty and that is the reason I became a follower of the guidelines. She became so well known for her nasty negative attitude on Find a grave that she had to change her name and she tries to be nice now.
Find a grave has guidelines in place for a reason and we should all follow them to keep the site a great place for all. You do not have to own the memorial to be able to update. Send me, or for that matter any memorial manager, the information and we will be glad to update. I stand by my original statement - I will transfer only according to the find a grave guidelines.
Thanks for understanding the guideline. Send what every info you have and I will be glad to update.
|Sandra Bertram Meier||Transfer Request|
Transfer request outside the guidelines of find a grave. Thanks for understanding. The rules are there for a purpose.
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