|Sherry Passon Wray (#46977422)|
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Sherry Passon Wray, daughter of Gerald E. & Cora (Wood) Passon, born in Darke County, Ohio 1944. Married to Donald E. Wray. Home Troy OH|
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|Becky Wilson Thissen||Thomas Floyd Pullins|
Can I use the photos for my family tree?
Becky Wilson Thissen
|Donnie Hogue||James A Hogue|
I am looking for information on my3rd great grandfather. Are you related to him
|shari||james monroe wray|
hi sherry my names shari also trying to find family background just found out james was my g-grandfather ellue and lillie were my grandparents thank you if you have any info on the wray family please let me know
Added by shari on Jan 05, 2014 2:31 PM
Creed T. Wray was my 4th great-grand father. I've really enjoyed the items you have put on Find A Grave. I hope you don't mind when I save the information. I always give you credit. You mentioned that Charles Wray was the family historian, and you had the pleasure to meet him. Is there any information you could share that you learned from him. I reach a dead end with Creed and would much appreciate some help.
Again, thanks for all you have posted,
Added by Debbie on Jun 16, 2013 7:54 AM
|Jack W.Singleton||RE: ASTON Family|
Sorry I don't have an Esther Ann Aston or any Baums in my file. If I come across any info I'll send to you. Jack
|Sarah Barnes||RE: Amanda Victoria Parsons Henry Smith|
Thanks, Sherrie --
I agree, the death certificate SHOULD be most accurate. That is what I am going to use.
Just thought you might want to notate.
What a blessing you are to us Genie Nerds!
|Sarah Barnes||Amanda Victoria Parsons Henry Smith|
I am researching Parsons family for client; ghost writing his family history book.
I just obtained online data from TN Death & Burial Index for this individual listing her parents as William (Bill) Parsons and Nancy Jane Morrow.
According to the death record she was born 17 Sep 1869.
Is there some way to determine which is correct; the gravestone or the record?
If so, please contact me at
What findagrave is doing, though, when someone has become inactive or is deceased and no one in their family wants to take over the memorials, findagrave posts a note on the memorial page that this contributor is either deceased or inactive with a message as to who to contact for changes. I have also seen where an entire cemetery was posted by primarily one person who is no longer active, findagrave has turned those memorials over to an individual who is interested in doing the maintenance for those memorials. Each case is handled separately.
And, of course, I have had contributors who refuse to make any changes or family transfers or even acknowledge that they received a request. When I get those and have requested at least 3 times, I just email findagrave admin and let them handle it. They are generally pretty quick to do so.
Added by cfenters on Jan 21, 2012 11:23 AM
|cfenters||Kauffmans in Curtis Union|
Thank you for letting me know of the duplication. However, my entries were not duplications since they were entered 2 yrs before the other ones. As to the spelling of the name, I took it directly from a township trustee record that was on the internet at the time and has since been removed.I had the spread sheet saved to my hard drive, but that hard drive crashed and I did not have it backed up on a CD.
At any rate, I did delete my entries rather than having the daughter delete hers. For me, findagrave is not about the numbers; it is about getting the information on here for the benefit of families who are searching for their loved ones. I always welcome any suggestions, corrections, and most transfers.
Again thanks for the information. Duplicates are one of my biggest pet peeves.
Added by cfenters on Jan 20, 2012 7:26 PM
|Melanie Yaden||RE: William Price|
You are so welcome. I remembered how to do it since you told me last time.
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