I am trying to get all my husband's skeletons out of the closet. I should have done it before I married him, but I obviously did not plan well. I really enjoy helping him find his relatives, and have made some wonderful new friends in the process. I have also helped him find his grandpa,and in the process, discovered the reason no one ever marked his resting place with a stone. That has now been rectified, but there are more of our relatives out there forgotten, and Find-a-grave helps us to remember. The best thing is connecting with similary minded research enthusiasts who are putting families back together. Like my friend Jane Denny said, "It sure beats crossword puzzles."
RE: Bonnie Flox Hensley Cox Ok you got me really confused those numbers are not my memorials.It is really hard doing this from messaging. If you are trying to change parents on one my memorials please use the memorial edit message for other changes that way I get a link and can transfer data from your message to the right memorial. If you need help sending messages from the memorial let me know. Thanks Jarrott
RE: Bonnie Flox Hensley Cox Thank you - In not finding Her in my date base what is her memorial number? I am getting a lot this kind of thing from the new edit system changing them to the wrong information,if possible send me a message on the edit on her memorial that way I will get a link.Thanks Jarrott
William Hefele #43811760 Hello, I am researching the Hefele family branches who came from Wachenheim. My ggg-aunt was married to one of them in New York. The Hefeles in St. Louis descend from the same family in Wachenheim. Jane Denny was already so kind to transfer a couple of Hefele memorials to me. Would you mind transferring William's too? Susanne
RE: Edith Holmes Haynes Donna Please forgive me for taking forever to respond--I you will let me know what you would like to know about Floyd and Edith Holmes, I will gladly share what I have Marcia Schaub