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"The country newspaper is truly a family record. It proclaims your marriage, it announces the birth of your children, it gives the obituary notice of a loved one of your family. It not only gives your family record, but the family record of your neighbors. Many do not realize the benefit their home paper is to them." |
The Newton County News August 14, 1890
My count is unbalanced because I maintain many memorials for several contributors that are no longer on Find a Grave.
All transfers will be done on an individual basis. Please state your relationship/or reason for requesting the transfer and be sure to include your member number.
PLEASE USE THE VIRTUAL CEMETERY FEATURE TO GROUP YOUR FAMILY MEMBERS TOGETHER. NOT ALL CAN BE TRANSFERRED CONSIDERING THERE IS A POSSIBILITY SO MANY PEOPLE CAN BE RELATED IN ONE WAY OR ANOTHER.
LINKS OR TRANSFERS LEFT ON THE BOARD are very time consuming to search for those memorials and less accurate.
To insure accuracy. . .
PLEASE USE THE EDIT TAB on the upper right side of the memorials, then choose the Suggest a Correction feature for transfers or to add information and links.
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|Raymond S Feigh||Inquiry !!!!|
I have a question for you regarding a memorial I transferred to you a while back ....
Please get back with me at your earliest convenience ....
RAINBOLT Family Historian,
R S Feigh
|Katrina||links on memorial pages|
Even if the link is just plain text it is not allowed on Findagrave. Links change over time. Please remove any plain text or hyper-links from memorial pages.
Added by Katrina on Dec 10, 2014 7:33 AM
|Kathy Sidenstricker||Clara Bishop|
Thank you for the photos. I rearranged them on the page like you suggested. Kathy
Thank you Nancy.
|Tony M.||RE: GerbLady|
Thanks. I am in Australia and over here we have a very low tolerance for people like her. Clearly fails to grasp the underlying principals of what the site is trying to achieve, especially when it comes to genealogy and preservation of historic data and memorials.
Added by Tony M. on Aug 16, 2014 9:16 PM
|Robert H||Anna Melugin Long|
I processed your edit . My wife's family. Contact me if you'd like to know more.
Added by Robert H on Jul 22, 2014 9:04 AM
|Nancy Yankie Sidarous||RE: Nelson and Orie Yankie|
Since these Yankies are the grandparents and great grandparents of your two fiends, I'm sure they have plenty to add. I am proud to be a direct descendant of the very first Yankies who arrived from Germany, and can stay busy with the ones I do maintain. All the best in your endeavors.
Nancy Yankie Sidarous
|Tejas||RE: Effie B. Wall|
Thank you for the quick informative response. I suspected that she was residing in Los Angelos in 1925 as I have a letter that apparently gives her address as a source for Prunty research. I didn't know she died there. I do know she wrote a few books on her genealogy and other bits of information. Presently, I don't have Ancestry.com and wore out the free offers. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Added by Tejas on Dec 06, 2013 6:01 AM
|Wes T.||Powder Mill(s) Carthage|
Just wondering if you might have ever assembled a list of those who have been killed over the years working at the powder plants there? (Hercules, Atlas, etc.) One of my ancestors worked there around the turn of the century; WININGER, James Browder # 90907556. I relate one of his stories on his memorial and I always wondered how many died in that one particular explosion. Thanks.
Added by Wes T. on Aug 23, 2013 9:58 AM
|shirley olson||RE: Reply to yr. message Oct. 14, 2012|
Thank you so much for getting me back to Findagrave. I am really attached to the Geo. Miller record. The cemetery was hard to get into as it is fenced and locked with cattle (including a bull) roaming. I slid under a gate as did my husband, keeping an eye out for the law as we did so. My husband and I traced the Miller family from Kentucky to Oklahoma, visiting each place they lived, stopping in small towns to visit little museums and speak to elderly people who had recollections of the family. We spent several days out at the site of the 101 ranch, Cowboy Hill, and the various museums that hold the ranch memorabilia. We visited the cemetery and graves in Ponca City where Miller family members are buried. The trip from our home in North Carolia to the sad remnants of the 101 is a treasured memory. If someone has something to add I have no problem with that, but I want to retain my record. It means a lot to me.
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