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I'm working on first, middle or last names that are often mis-typed. No offense to anyone. It's not personal. We've all got them. :)
Currently working on:
Jospeh --> Joseph
Jospehine --> Josephine
Brain --> Brian
Please do not use quotation marks in any name fields for memorials.
Here is a list of some from Texas. Once you click on the link below, click on any name or any cemetery. Note the results.
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|WichitaFalls||Saint Patrick's Catholic Cemetery|
Juan Vara Memorial# 102771426, I saw you had posted the cemetery photo for this cemetery. I don't know if you still go there to add memorials or even if it is close to your location but I would like to ask a huge favor if you are out there again. Please try to locate this grave, he does already have a photo on it but I can not read it and believe there may be dates and/ or a middle name. I believe this may be my husbands 3rd great grandfather that I cannot locate. I believe the stone is readable in person but I cannot get it large enough to get the dates without losing the quality. If you need me to submit a request for another photo I will do that, Thank you for any help you can give.
|James Deane||Grave of Maj. Gen. Lewis R Parker USAF|
To CynC: Your photo of Gen. Parker's headstone was extremely helpful to me because the headstone shows that he took part in the Korean War, a fact omitted in his published Air Force biography though evidently verified by a Department of Veterans Affairs memorandum that I am now seeking to obtain from the Secretary of Veterans Affairs. This memorandum was added to the Find a Grave record on Feb. 26, 2000. Find a Grave lists the Parker grave as Find a Grave Memorial #1060690. I plan to reproduce your photo in my profile of Gen. Parker in several family trees that I am preparing as an Ancestry.com member. Please let me know if you want any special reference in the credit.-- James G. Deane, email@example.com
|S Webb||John Jay|
Thank you for posting the Mustangs on classmate and many others. A few of us were reminiscing. I shared what you have contributed. All give many thanks!
Added by S Webb on Apr 01, 2015 9:25 PM
|Sandy Morrey||Mary Jane McCormick|
Thanks for the heads-up on the cemetery being City Cemetery #4. Believe it or not, I had the correct cemetery in my computer family tree, both Mary Jane and for husband James. Don't know how it became incorrect in Find A Grave, but I am glad it has now been fixed. Sandy Morrey
|Michel Beckers||picture Enrique Perez|
I Will use the picture of S/Sgt. Enrique Perez, for a Memorial about his plane and crew.....
Your name will mention as the source, I hope that's ok,
|George Dixon||Joshia John Dixon|
Found my Mistake should of been Joshia John McCall, grave in Ramble Grove Cemetery Find Grave # 143627386
Thanks for bringing it to my attention
Mystery solved! Now I'm curious about the Laveti (Moore) Russell that is buried there. I'm going to add a reference that the cemetery might be called Ramsey Grove in a few death certificates.
Added by Lesli on Feb 27, 2015 11:02 PM
|Lesli||RE: Cemetery Mystery|
Here's a shot from Jan 2009 of the fenced in area. https://www.flickr.com/photos/bloglass/16451989967/
You can barely see it because of the scrub. Unfortunately, I was so sunburned by the end of the day, I didn't remember to take photos once the plot was cleared.
Added by Lesli on Feb 26, 2015 8:57 PM
If you look a the death certs for Frank Moore (I just loaded his to the memorial) and Josiah Dixon, the burial location is "Ramsey Grove" or "Ramye Grove." That may be a bad assumption on my part, but I've never seen anything (other than the two death certs) that names that plot of land.
Franklin and Martha are buried inside a chain link fence in that cemetery. I have photos of when we went to clean up that plot in 2009 (I think that's the right year).
Possibly, that fenced section is called Ramsey Grove. If so, now what? :)
Do you have have shots of the whole cemetery? I can tell you when you enter the gate, on the far right, but not at 90 degrees, there should be a small fenced plot. All the other graves are to the left of the gate (if I remember correctly) and the Applewhite section is straight back.
I did look at Edward F. Ellison's death cert. His is listed as buried in Woodland. For the other death certs I could find, the burial location is Cassin, TX; Thelma, TX; Ramsey, TX...or nothing.
Added by Lesli on Feb 26, 2015 9:39 AM
|Trudy||Delgado Cemetery/Delgado Family Cemetery|
Thanks for your help with these cemeteries. I would greatly appreciate you letting me know which ones need to be moved. I have moved Mariana.
Added by Trudy on Feb 25, 2015 12:02 PM
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