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I noticed that you added "Jessica Madison Jacobs" in the St Kilda Cemetery in Australia in 2012.
However, this was a duplicate entry for the same girl which was entered shortly after her death in 2008.
You may want to delete your entry as the original has much more info than yours.
Added by Lyfsgood on Apr 05, 2016 9:39 PM
|A Family Who Loves Genealogy||Thanks EVER so much!|
I had to take a few moments to pen you words of praise and thanks. I am thrilled, truly thrilled, to have this photo of my relatives grave!
Deep gratitude is sent your way for your timeless efforts in documenting my family's grave. Seeing the headstone brought tears to my eyes. I know that I will never a chance to visit their graves, but because of your selfless and caring efforts, I have been able to see the headstone and virtually visit them.
Thanks for the bottom of my heart! Our family is forever indebted to you for this.
Hi Did you take the photos of Norman and Amelia Cook Headstones ?
Added by KJ on Sep 08, 2015 11:40 PM
|Lilian Wheeler HUHN||Suggestions and name transfer request|
His marriage to Mary Swift taken from 'Launceston Examiner':
"On February 1, 1866, at Christ Church, South Yarra, Victoria, by the Reverend W. N. Guinness, ARTHUR SYDNEY, fourth son of William Windsor, Esquire, of Kensington, London, formerly in charge of H.M. Ordnance Department, Hobart Town, to Mary Swift, eldest daughter of the late Captain G. V. Bentley, of Tasmania".
They had the following children: Maud Swift Mary, Arthur Cecil, Beatrice Isabel, Godfrey William, Sydney Meade, Violet and Adelaide Irene (later Adelaide Irene Touzeau).
In 1870 he is recorded as a cashier of the National Bank in Melbourne
And on February 21, 1873 his name is on a list, among the 400 gentlemen who were present at the farewell banquet to His Excellency Viscount Canterbury, at the Town-hall. At this were seated the principal guests-the chairman, tho Governor, the Ministry, Executive Councillors, members of Parliament, and men who had occupied important places: such as the mayor of tho city, or president of the chamber of commerce.
On August 23, 1876, he was elected member of the Board of Advise for the School of Smith and Victoria Wards, Number 8.
He died in Melbourne and his grave is shared by his son and a further relative.
He was a manager of the Elizabeth-street Branch of the National Bank of Australasia, Melbourne.
Would you be willing to transfer ARTHUR SYDNEY WINDSOR, Memorial 104469344 and his son, ARTHUR CECIL WINDSOR 104469328, to me, Lilian Wheeler HUHN (#48038554)? He was husband of Mary Swift and father of Maud and Adelaide (Memorials to cousins I maintain)
I'll appreciate your attention
|Maria Quinn||Transfer Please|
Hi. Can you please transfer Ronald Courtney Shaw to me Maria Quinn(#48428118) He is my Uncle and I would like to link him to his other family and be able to add things if I need to. Many thanks, Maria
|sandra graves||james atkinson dargavel|
My great uncke James Atkinson Dargavel was born in Hensingham, whitehaven cumberland. England.in 1897. I noticed it said birth unknown,
I hpe you will be abke to update hus records.
|Lilian Wheeler HUHN||Asking for name transfer|
Can you transfer Alma Adelaide Schieblich to me as well as their parents Franz Ottomar and Irene Schieblich. please? I'm a descendant from the family
Hi. Can you please transfer Luke Michael Cullen to me Deborah Cullen (#48609974). He is my great grandfather and I would like to link him to his father and be able to add things if I need to. Many thanks
#36854305 LOUIE KATIE MATIN CAY .....
PLEASE COULD YOU TRANSFER MY GRANDMOTHER TO ME .
OR AT LEAST ANSWER YOUR MESSAGES ...
Added by TINKER72 on Jan 05, 2015 1:19 AM
Hello, would you please transfer Albert Victor Little & Maria Mae Little 95604515 to me: They are my Grandparents.
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