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Erick Montgomery (#46902114)
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 • 67 Memorials Added
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Stone Branches
RE: Laura Melissa Tomlinson Davis
OOPS! She's "home" now!
Added by Stone Branches on Dec 24, 2014 11:11 AM
Stone Branches
RE: Laura Melissa Tomlinson Davis
I've transferred all the Davises that were related to your Aunt Laura. If I find more I'll forward to you, too.

Happy Holidays!
CJ
Added by Stone Branches on Dec 23, 2014 8:49 PM
Stone Branches
RE: Laura Melissa Tomlinson Davis
Thank you for the fabulous updated information on Laura Tomlinson. I love it when I can find family for the memorials. Since I am not related, would you like me to transfer her to your care. It's so important that we have our memorials as complete and correct as possible.

CJ
Added by Stone Branches on Dec 23, 2014 1:14 PM
Alverne J. Hollingsworth
RE: Johnsons
Okay, will just wait and keep searching. Thanks a lot.
Added by Alverne J. Hollingsworth on Jul 09, 2013 11:01 AM
Alverne J. Hollingsworth
RE: Andrew J. Johnson
Mary who married James E. Johnson does seem to fit with your idea of her being the daughter of Martha Ann Johnson and would like to add this to my records for the parents of Mary, wife of James E and credit you as my source,if that is okay.
Added by Alverne J. Hollingsworth on Jul 08, 2013 4:25 PM
Alverne J. Hollingsworth
RE: Andrew J. Johnson
I have come to a brick wall on my Johnson ancestors and have not found anything further on James E. & Mary Johnson listed in the 1850 Census of Monroe County, Kentucky. I submitted my brother's DNA to the Johnson Family with no results as yet.
Added by Alverne J. Hollingsworth on Jul 02, 2013 1:27 PM
OBXr
RE: Sumner County, Tennessee Memorials
Yes, that was 3 years ago. The neighbor said we were lucky because the family member had been out that morning and used something to make the gravestones readable. :(
Did you delete your duplicates?
Added by OBXr on Mar 17, 2013 8:42 PM
OBXr
RE: Sumner County, Tennessee Memorials
Gabby's memorial are not duplicates. Yours are. :) Simply follow the normal protocol of sending a SAC via the edit tab on the memorial.
Added by OBXr on Mar 17, 2013 7:08 PM
OBXr
RE: Sumner County, Tennessee Memorials
If the member page lists no instructions to the contrary, the protocol is the same, regardless, as many "fallen gravers" have someone else maintaining their memorials. Follow the usual protocol, i.e. load photos to the original memorial, send a SAC from the tab on the memorial, tick the box to keep a copy. Wait 30 days. If no action or response, then forward to edit @ find a grave, and wait. No duplicates allowed. These rules have been in place for at least 8+ years.
Added by OBXr on Mar 17, 2013 1:26 PM
 

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