I am one of a line of family members that has collected family information over the years. (Fourth Generation). People think it odd that my wife and I enjoy walking cemeteries (especially old ones). We enjoy the history and reaching back through time into our ancestors lives. History is alive and walking amongst us! Names that I've research (I'll share it all) Sweeney, Green, Martin, McDaniel, Ober, Dutton, Ferris, Fisher, Kinzer, McNeil.
RE: Help David: I found the information below on the "Help with Find A Grave" section. My ID number is 47616369.
I am so sorry...is there anything I can do to help you...just let me know. I will be praying for both of you! Marianna
How do I transfer a memorial that I manage to another contributor or to Find A Grave to manage and update? You must be logged in, and you must manage the memorial you are going to transfer. You will also need the other contributor's Contributor ID #. It is next to their name on their contributor page if they did not provide it. If you are transferring the memorial to Find A Grave to manage, the contributor ID # is 8. (If you would like to transfer all of the memorials you have added to a particular cemetery to Find A Grave to manage, please send us an email with your contributor ID # and a link to the cemetery involved, and we can transfer your memorials to Find A Grave for you all at once.) After you log in, go to the memorial page you are going to transfer. There will be a link on the right side of the memorial page, under the person's name, that says Transfer Management. Click on the link. Add the other contributor's ID # in the box on the Transfer Management of Memorial page that comes up, and click on the transfer this memorial button. NOTE: Once you have transferred the memorial, you will no longer be able to edit or update it. [Top]
Margaretha Oberkonz I'll resend you that old email (header included so you can try to figure out where it landed in case other emails to you from others have gone missing?) with links and a link Margaretha's memorial. ~ BL
Another Kinzer/Oberkonz/Emmert/Emmerich mystery solved! Ahoy David and Mrs. David! A photo volunteer has found Margaretha (nee Emmerich/Emmert) Oberkonz! http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=123725627 She was not in Bainbridge Cemetery, but resting in Mount Calvary Catholic Cemetery in Columbus all along (well, maybe almost all along, because she may have been reinterred from another cemetery), just waiting for Judy Westman to find her final resting place. Who knew? How goes it? Did you have any frights for Halllllll OOOO Weeeeen? Thinking of you and a scary BOO! Bridey Light
RE: Desire Douglas Hi, David. I am a relative. If you read my cousin Charles Henry James Douglas' book closely, you'll find that he says to be consistent he wrote all the Douglas names with a single s. However, all the Voluntown Douglass spelled their named with the double s until about the Civsl War time; some still do, but it was my grandfather in my line who dropped the second s. So her name was actually spelled with the double ss, please correct it.
John & Edith Cornwell These are my maternal Ggrandparents. However, I have no records for a son named Roy Cornwell. My Grandma Mary Ethel Cornwell-Nichols married Roy R. Nichols. Can you help me out with this?
Ahoy David and Mrs. David! ....Thought of you tonight as I sat on my front porch and listened for the sounds o' the Pacific. The ocean is completely silent tonight though, which is odd. It's whale season and the pods are going by headed north to Alaska. What's news in Ohio? ~ BL