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|Floral Designer||RE: Memorial #135537392|
Just call the cemetery and ask for a location
Then post it on the memorial.. Hopefully people in westchester will fill these request, I'm in Throggs neck and if I'm up in that area I might help out . Call for location
|JP Rayder||RE: Thanks for the photo|
That person goes by the name Anonymous (#46933945) he goes and takes photo request I have claimed and goes to the location and takes his own pictures and then he will make up new memorials of that person not listed on the photo request. Its a underhanded way of doing things on this site.
I have reported him to the officials of F.A.G. and they are collecting members like your self complainants and will remove him from this site.
I would also suggest you contact him and ask him to remove his photos. If he will not just contact me and I will remove the one I posted.
He has posted quite a few with just a American flag and says this is the location, if you see one it looks like he took the photo in his back yard, no cemetery back ground at all.I have then gone to the same location and long and be hold there was a headstone just like in your case. I'm glad I could be of help...............JP
|Daddys♥Girl||RE: Mary (Picker) Dyer|
Would you please make the request through the edit feature on her memorial? Then I don't have to search for the proper memorial.
|Graceti||RE: McKiernan photos|
You're very welcome.
Even standing in front of the headstone, these inscriptions were difficult to read.
I think it says -
Thomas Died month? 27 1877, Aged 70 or 75 years.
Native of ?, Co. Leitrim, Ireland
Mary Ann Born in Laprairie PQ May 15 or 18 1856
Died July 16 1881
Thomas seems to be more weathered than Mary Ann.
I was hoping that since you described the stone, that everybody would be familiar to you.
Sorry I couldn't be more helpful with the inscriptions.
Added by Graceti on Nov 19, 2013 6:39 AM
|chandra christian||Robert Gurdin Owens|
Not sure who exactly was looking for information on Robert Gurdin Owens, but may be able to help some.
Memorial # for Robert Gurdin Owens 8425254 and his father was Thomas Alexander Owings # 115419905.
Other links with this family include:
daughter Lois Owings Mulligan # 8425262
grandson Herman Mulligan Jr # 56126465
sister Malissie Verinica Owings Owings # 8424614
sister Martha Elias Owings Burgess # 18142526
You will see other sibling links under Thomas Alexander Owings.
|Elaine Owens||Robert G. Owens Jr.|
The Robert G. Owens connection is a bit confusing. My father-in-law, Lawton Corley Owens, named his first child Robert Gordon Owens after his brother Robert G. Owens. His son, my husband, also had a first cousin - the son of Gordon (what the family called Lawton's brother) - Robert G. Owens, Jr. It was Robert G. Owens Jr., who became Maj. Gen R. G. Owens.
Robert G. Owens, Jr., had one brother and one sister:
William Huyson Owens, b. about 1012, and Frances Owens, born August 19, 1914. Frances married a Barnett.
Robert Owens, son of Lawton, has two sisters: Jean Winifred Owens James (1928-18985) and Ruth Frances Owens Taylor (1931-205)
|John Reeder||RE: Hello Mary|
Actually, I am not closely related to any of the Christophers that I know of and transferring of management would be a hassle for you. If you wish, I will tell you how to do it, but, in that your family is connected to the Christophers, why don't you just add the data that I sent you to the memorials. Any prolems, get back to me.
|John Reeder||Hello Mary|
Are you still working on Findagrave?
|Elsie Celestino||change made|
Hello I made the change from 379 to 378. Thanks for pointing that out to me.
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