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Debby (Patt) Margiotta (#47033927)
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Bio Photo Hi!

I was born in Southington, Hartford, CT in 1959, the daughter of Donald Ray Patt b Gloster, Amite, MS and Betty Ann (Stocker) Patt b Bridgewater, Rutland VT.

My husband, (Michael Margiotta b Albany NY) and I have been living in Goodlettsville, TN, which is 15 minutes north of Nashville, for the past 10 years. I have a tree on for about seven years now and still consider myself a novice at it.

I am looking for ancestors in Cavendish, Brandon, Weston, Pittsford, Rutland, Ludlow, VT and Saratoga County, NY on my mothers side:


Fathers Side: Amite, Franklin, Counties MS and LA


On my husbands side: Albany, NY and Italy


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Drew Bartley
RE: Carl and Dorothy Johnson
Hi Debby,

No problem. I wish I had more time to upload all the missing graves in that cemetery. My parents live in the old farm house on the hill next to this cemetery.

So you are related to the Johnsons and I am related to the Olneys -- we are almost relatives!

Added by Drew Bartley on Aug 10, 2015 7:50 PM
Janet Emmons Pringle
RE: Charlotte Allen
Hi Debby,

It seems that I cannot remove it, at least I cannot figure out how. It does say you can deny the request.

Am I missing the delete option?

Added by Janet Emmons Pringle on Aug 05, 2015 6:43 AM
RE: Asa Spaulding Jr
What cemetery are we talking about?
Added by Sue on Jun 30, 2015 7:57 AM
RE: Mary Lee Barker Hughes
You're very welcome! I'm so glad I was able to help in some small way.
Added by Stephanie on Jun 05, 2015 6:39 PM
Genealogist Searching New Hampshire
RE: Edits to be processed
Thank so much Debby, sorry for your loss!
Added by Genealogist Searching New... on May 18, 2015 6:19 PM
Genealogist Searching New Hampshire
Edits to be processed
Hi Debby:
I have submitted a bunch of edits via the new edit feature, not sure if you are aware of this because the edits have not been made, so this is just a friendly reminder:

What is the new Edit tab on my contributor page?
We currently are working to update our "Suggest A Correction/Submit an Edit" system. At this time, Find A Grave contributors may submit updates to the Name, Birth and Death Dates and Locations, and Plot fields via a new Edit System. When they submit edits to any of those fields, the managing contributor will no longer receive an email notification. These edits are now waiting for the managing contributor's review on their Contributor Page.
To review edits to these fields that have been submitted for memorials you manage, go to your 'Contributor Tools' and click on the 'Edits' tab.
The edits awaiting your approval will be listed with a link to the memorial page, the public name of the contributor who submitted the edit and the date it was submitted, and the information currently in the field and the suggested updated information for the field. There is then the option to Accept, Decline, or Ignore the submitted edit. If you Accept the edit, the changes will automatically be made for you and the person who submitted the update will receive an email confirming that the edits were made. If you Decline the edit, you will need to select a reason why you are declining it, and the changes will not be made the person who submitted the update will receive an email with the reason why you declined it. If you Ignore the edit, it will stay in your queue for your later review.
In the near future, we hope to add the ability to submit relationship links via this system. We will also have a time limit on the processing of edits, so that the memorials of contributors who are no longer active on Find A Grave may still be updated. As part of the time-limit feature, contributors who have edits in their queue for a certain number of days will receive an email notification about the pending edits waiting review.
The new system will save contributors a lot time in making edits to their memorials, as the managing contributor will no longer have to search for the memorial page, open the edit feature, search for city locations, etc. It will automatically go through with the contributor's approval.
Added by Genealogist Searching New... on May 18, 2015 1:17 PM
barbara mahoney
RE: Junie Reed Eubar
My Mother Junie was the youngest daughter of Jessie may. Jessie had 9 children. 5 boy's and 3 girls.
Added by barbara mahoney on May 15, 2015 7:20 PM
barbara mahoney
RE: Junie Reed Eubar
She is in the Wallingford cemetery in Vt. she is next to her dad Horace. I know this because I am the one who had her put there.
Added by barbara mahoney on May 15, 2015 4:15 PM
James Warren
RE: Milton Johnson and Bernice Drury
Hi Debby. The names don't ring a bell to me. My line came to Ludlow in 1792 from Goffstown, N.H and before that, Chelmsford and Weymouth, Mass.
I see you live in Goodlettsville, I have musician friends there, Leroy Troy and Mike Armistead.
I'll go back to Weston some afternoon when the sun is on the face of the markers. What with the acid rain turning the older ones black, they're almost impossible to read any other time of day.
Added by James Warren on May 05, 2015 6:16 AM
Debra F. Wilmes
Gregory D. Wilmes
Gregory D. Wilmes #76502338 is my brother-in-law.
Might you transfer his memorial to me and I will add info and link to relatives.
Thank you
Added by Debra F. Wilmes on Dec 27, 2014 11:44 AM
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