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|I have been doing family history for over 45 years and I do understand that elation when one finds information about their family. For over 7 years now I have tried to do my share in documenting grave sites in any cemetery that I am near. I hope that my efforts have helped some to actually see the grave site of a family member that they never knew the location of or could never hope to visit. I spend many hours doing the photography and even cleaning up the weed choked sites. Also I go the extra mile and try to find more documentation and information about the person.|
It is not my intent to construct an instant family tree for anyone to claim; but, please, do not minimize or negate the time and efforts I put forth. I am always cooperative in making corrections or adding information to a site but prefer not to make transfers except under certain circumstances.
Please be patient if I do not make an edit immediately. It will happen but I am not at the computer 24-7.
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|Kem Hart-Baker||West headstone Maple Grove Cemetery|
Would it be possible for you to take closeup photos of each of the 4 engravings on the WEST family monument located in the Maple Grove Cemetery in Clarence, Missouri for me??
I'm hoping the inscriptions will provide me additional information about those members who are buried there.
Thank you, Kem
|Jill S. (Gasdorf) Topper||RE: Ballweg, Joseph C.|
You are probably much more knowledgeable about the Ballwegs than I am. My connection is through my brother's adopted daughter and her four Ballweg children.
Yes, we must be careful when we copy information from other family trees. More and more I'm finding mistakes in people's trees. Verifying with census information, family history books, and vital documents helps assure greater accuracy.
Thanks for writing.
|Dana Garrow||Mattimore updates|
Hi! Thanks for the updates to Catherine and Luke's memorials! Wanted to check and see if you are related or connected to this family in any way? If so, I'd be happy to transfer them to your care… I'm not related at all! Just let me know! Blessings, Dana
|Mary Tapia King||Transfer request|
Thank you so much for the time you took to create the memorials for my grandparents. I'd love it if you would transfer them to me.
Joe King: 168865242 (Tucson, Pima, Arizona)
Amparo Tapia King: 168865221 (Tucson, Pima, Arizona)
I'm in the Sacramento, California area--if there's anything I can do for you from my neck of the woods just ask!
|Diana Caldwell||Teeters, Edna|
Hi - Just letting you know that after I processed your edit request, I found memorials for both her and her husband in another cem that had been created before mine. I contacted that contributor who has changed the cem location to Edison. I will transfer my photo to their memorials and delete mine in the next couple of days. Diana
|Nichole Maguire||RE: Nancy Brink Francis|
I have the same thing in my tree. Yes, the 1900 census naming her parents as the Brinks is the right one. Ancestry.com also provided an 1870 and 1880 census that say she is Nancy Thatcher Francis. I think that might be where the confusion is. I started my research with the givens that she was married to My Great Great Grandpa, George Francis and that her daughter was my Great Grandma, Clara Francis. Then I looked at the census' and deduced that the 1900 census was the right one. I could find nothing to link Nancy Thatcher to the family. Then, when I looked at he FindAGrave, I realized the birth date was wrong. I knew that someone had to have placed Nancy Thatcher's birthday on it or miscalculated the birthday. If you find evidence to the contrary, please let me know. I'd hate to be barking up the wrong branch of my tree.
|Nichole Maguire||RE: Francis, Nancy in Wilsonville|
It sure is. Thank you so much!
|Darla Cochran Coburn Greer||Addie Elizabeth Joy Dickerson|
Can you please transfer Addie Elizabeth Joy Dickerson # 49571326 to me? She is my Great Grandmother and I would like to update her memorial with her life story and add more pictures. Thank you :-)
|Lynn Needles||RE: Edith and Ronald McDonald|
The Sunset Memorial in San Antonio is simply a mistake. The listing for Ronald Byron McDonald, Edith's husband, is correct (it is his picture) and he was my grandfather. He was cremated (perhaps at Sunset Memorial?) but then buried later in Edinburg. Thanks again for all your help.
|Lynn Needles||RE: Edith Pulaski McDonald|
Ronald Byron McDonald, Edith Pulaski McDonald, and Gene Everett McDonald are all buried at Hillcrest Memorial Park, Edinburg, Hidalgo County,Texas.
Your reply said you wanted to update your family records. Are you related?
Thanks for your help.
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