|Cathy & Thomas (#47115507)|
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Per FAG policy, we have 30 days to make a correction/addition. Apparently the edits are not always linked with an email, but sit in the FAG edit file awaiting discovery. We try very hard to take care of these requests promptly.
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If you feel that you are somehow 'entitled' to our copyrighted work and pictures, do not be surprised that you will be held accountable. Each and every photo on this website is the copyrighted material of the person who took the photo (some may have been passed down or have been granted permission to post/use a photo) and usually posted it. Permission is usually granted when requested. This is not about sharing. The photos and pics are in fact, shared on this site. It is about the common courtesy to those that spend time, effort and money all at their own personal expense to help preserve American history.
We have met many wonderful people through FAG. Unfortunately, there have been a number of individuals who have been rude, who have not understood that we are volunteers, who have been otherwise abusive or who have been frankly bizarre and/or threatening. To that end, we will follow the FAG guidelines. It is about the hunt, not the numbers. But dealing with some of the FAG members and interlopers, we have learned to follow the guidelines.
Our family names/linages include:
ADAMS, BEHEN, BELL, BENNETTS, BICKERTON, BLYTHE, BULLOCK, BUTLER, CALLISON, CHAMNESS [CHAMLESS], COLEMAN, COCKRELL, CORDER, COONTZ, CROSS, DAVIS, DAY, DOUGHERTY, DUDLEY, DUNLIN, DUNN, FEASTER, FEHAN, GENTRY, GROSE, HENINGER, HUNGERFORD, JOHNSON, LAWRIE, LEMMONS, LORD, MARSHALL, MAXEY [MAXCY], MCCOWN, MONTGOMERY, MURRAY, NEEHAN, OVERTON, PRESLEY, RUTHVEN, SMOOT, SPLAWN, STANSBURY, [TATHAM, TATEM, TATUM], TAYLOR, TERRELL, THURMAN, TIPTON, WARD, WATERS, WEBSTER, WEINWRIGHT, VOTAW, WINSTON, WOOD, YOUNG AND ETC. THIS IS THE SHORT LIST.
We have been working on family genealogy for about 35 years. We have a great number of documents that were passed down the family lines.
"There is a land of the living and a land of the dead and the bridge is love, the only survival, the only meaning."
¯ Thornton Wilder, The Bridge of San Luis Rey
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|bill wealot||RE: Corder Line|
Thank you. There are still a few "lost" cemteries over near Corder that I haven't been able to locate so if you come across any that aren't on Find a Grave and can be located let me know and I can do the grunt work on them. I did find one up just South of Highway 24 where all the memorial stones are in a blue barrel in the middle of a field, but at least they still existed. I've also been trying to locate more memorials in Pool Cem. near Mayview but am probably going to have to wait for a good frost to knock down the foliage. Anyway if you have any requests let me know as I'm kind of in between cemeteries right now. Bill
|Angie Palmer||Infant House #86833599 Summit View Cemetery|
The photo that you have on this memorial is not correct. You previously did place on the correct memorial #86833598..... Thanks
|Donna Rankin * Searching the Past||RE: Rankin Obit|
Obituary was published in the Wagoner Tribune.
I spend about 4 hours down there Friday writing down obits until I figured out I could just take pictures of them and come home and transcribe them here. The lady that workd there was a great help and told me to come back tomorrow and she would help me find the other 75 I am looking for ;)
|Aaron John Turner||RE: Fannie Bell, FAG # 106666103.|
Sure that's fine
|Patty Ryker||RE: Sarah Spratt Cockrell|
Cathy & Thomas, Thank you so much. I will go back and get that photo. this is greatly appreciated and again, I am sorry I didn't ask before. Just got caught up in the frenzy of finding it.
Have a lovely weekend. Stay warm. ;)
|Aaron John Turner||RE: Fanny Bell|
What memorial # are you talking about? I'm sure I won't mind.
|Steven Reed Collins||George Reed|
You added a headstone pic to George W Reed, # 70009111, my 2d GGF. The headstone is a Civil War Colored Infantry headstone. As noted correctly on the memorial, my George Reed was born in 1854 and was highly unlikely to have been in the Civil War, much less a member of the 64th Colored Infantry. This headstone does not belong to memorial #70009111. thanks.
|Annette Foster Ditto||DEATH CERTIFICATE REMOVAL|
DEATH CERT REMOVED
|Wendy Wilkins Valdez||RE: Imogene Fraley Siebert|
Oscar Fraley's first wife was Mary Eastlack who died in 1943. She is my 2nd cousin 1x removed.
|Wendy Wilkins Valdez||Imogene B. Fraley Siebert|
She is NOT the daughter of Oscar Fraley. She is the remarried widow of Oscar's son Oscar Fraley (1914-1994), the writer who wrote The Untouchables. Look for Oscar's obituary in the Toledo Blade on January 9, 1994 where it gives her maiden name and her father's name. The younger Oscar was born in Philly, raised in Woodbury, NJ, and died in Fort Lauderdale.
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