|Debbie Hime (#46987207)|
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I'M FROM ORLO VISTA ORANGE COUNTY FLORIDA RAISED THERE. STARTED SEARCHING IN 1998,FAMILY NAMES.|
MONDS, LAURAMORE, GATLIN, LAMB, DYAL, FOWLER,RYALS,REVELS. HIME
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|Josh Lamb||James Lamb|
Hi Debbie, my name is Josh Lamb, and I'm trying to find more information on James Lamb. He's as far back as I've been able to trace my direct line. Do you have anymore info, or do you know anything about this Belle Miller he was married to? Trying to find out who Hezekiah Lamb's mother was.
|Barbara L. Kirkland||Dyal Family|
Debbie....I noticed that you have sent me a number of edit requests for the Dyal family. Thank you so much for the up-dated information.
|Sarah Barnes||Death Date -- Thomas L. Telfer|
I believe his death date is 1937. See Obit
Thomas L. Telfer --
The death of Thomas L. Telfer, an aged and highly esteemed resident of Garrattsville, occurred Thursday night at 11 o'clock at the home of his son, William G. Telfer. He had been in poor health for about a year from a complication of diseases.
Thomas Telfer was born July 31, 1854, in Burlington, son of William and Margaret (Laidler) Telfer. He married Ida Ackerman, July 4, 1875 and their married life was spent on a farm in Burlington until her death twenty-nine years ago. Since the death of his wife he has resided with his son, who moved from Burlington about ten years ago and purchased the Whitford farm. He was member of the old Presbyterian church at Burlington.
Surviving are his son; three grandchildren. Mrs. Leta Goodier of Garratsville, Mrs. Margaret Winters of Brick Schoolhouse and Frank Telfer, who resides on the home farm; two great grandchildren, Stephen Winters and Elwyn Goodier.
Funeral was held Sunday at 2 pm. from the family home, the Rev, Dr. C. E. Vermilya officiating and burial in the Burlington cemetery. The bearers were William Shillieto, George Shillieto, Curtis Foote, Frank Telfer, Ralph Goodier and Arthur Winters.
Among those present from out of town were Lester Stevens, Lee Stevens of Ilion, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boutwell of Chadwicks, James Davidson and son of Cooperstown, Mrs. Charles Harrington and daughter of Lena, Mrs. Ralph Potter, Mrs. Paul Jones of Hartwick, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Card of Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Stevens and son, Orlo, Mr. and Mrs. Michael McManus of Edmeston, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Telfer and daughter of Plainfield, Mrs. Ann Elliott, Mrs. and Mrs. Arthur Bolton, Harold Bolton, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bull, Mrs. Elbert Bull, Mr. and Mrs. David Harrington of Burlington.
The Otsego Farmer, February 19, 1937
|darealjolo||Cambridge photo request|
Just about to post Tablets of Missing photo for Dyal. If you aren't happy with it, I won't be offended if you re-submit your request.
|Linda Davis||thought of you|
But Find A Grave says not to clean any one that doesn't belong to your family.
|Linda Davis||Names on the title of the memorial|
Find A Grave has guidelines on making the title of a memorial. There should be no punctuation except what in actually in the name...meaning no "?". "/". "-" or "," between names. If a woman has been married several times, you shouldn't make a list of all her surnames but only use the one on the marker or her death certificate....the rest go in the bio section of the memorial. Not following these guidelines cause duplicated memorial as the first surname on her memorial isn't the last one she had when she died, in her obit, on her marker or DC.
Memorial Naming Conventions
If a hyphen or an apostrophe is part of the name, use the punctuation.
A period should be used after names where only an initial is known. If the full name is known, use the full name and not the initial.
No other punctuation should be used within any Name Field. (that included "/", "?", "-", or "," between a list of surnames)
Full capitalization (ALL-CAPS) of names should not be used in any Name Field.
Suffixes and Prefixes do not belong in any Name Field.
First name of the deceased. Put the entire first name (if known), even if the grave marker is only an initial. Do not include titles or other prefixes in the First Name field.
Middle name of deceased. Put the entire middle name (if known), even if the grave marker is only an initial.
Nickname of deceased, if known; the nickname is automatically placed in quotes.
Maiden name of a married individual, if known (otherwise leave blank); the maiden name is automatically italicized and should only be used if the individual was married and took the spouse's last name as their new last name. If the deceased was never married, then the last name should be placed in the "Last Name" field, NOT in the "Maiden Name" field.
Last Name as you would find it on the tombstone, if the interred had more than one marriage or other possible spellings please place this information in the bio and use the family links. Do not include honorary or other suffixes in the Last Name field.
|Linda Davis||RE: Rufus Thrift marker.|
I'm sorry that you miss read what I said."I said I Wonder what would be safe to clean so of the mold off? If bleach would take it off safely?
I WAS ASKING WHAT COULD YOU USE.THANKS FOR WATCHING OUT FOR OUR FAMILY'S.Debbie
I am not recommending using anything on a marker that doesn't belong to you. Here is what the guidelines of this website say about cleaning markers.
How do I clean a headstone or grave marker?
Unless you are related to the interred on the headstone in question, DO NOT do anything to the headstone.
Gravestones should never be cleaned with anything but water and a soft brush. Slate gravestones from the Revolutionary era and Pre-revolutionary era are best left alone due to their delicate nature and tendency to erode.
Never apply bleach, ammonia, shaving cream, chalk, flour, baking soda, cornstarch, firm pressure or use anything abrasive. Do not post photos of recently chalked or shaving-creamed headstones.
Consult a professional before any attempt to clean a headstone is made.
Reporting chalking: Existing chalked headstone photos can remain UNLESS there is an already existing non-chalked photo OR until a new non-chalked photo is posted.
Also, if the chalked photos appear on memorials that YOU have created and maintain, then you can ask to have them removed if you object to them, at which time they will be deleted. In such a case, report the photos to email@example.com. Use the same email address to report members who are continually posting chalked headstones photos
|Linda Davis||Rufus Thrift marker.|
I saw one of the photographer's profile page that you suggested cleaning Rufus Thrift's marker with bleach.
Please don't use bleach or anything on a marker as the Find A Grave guidelines state that especially if the marker isn't yours or your family. Also, don't chalk a marker as that may damage it too.
|Mary Raines||your grave request|
Please read my problems that I posted regarding the search for Steave Kirkland. If you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, I will send you the pictures of all the graves in the Kirkland section.
Sorry I wasn't able to help you.
Hello Deborah! I'm the GGG granddaughter of Eenora Georgiana Wilks Hall. Thank you so much for providing the photos of the graves. I'm looking forward to traveling to Alachua county to see their graves.
Laura Hall Perez
Added by LP21 on Apr 02, 2014 11:55 PM
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