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|Long Black Veil||RE: Samuel and James Graham|
Thank you for understanding I want my memorials to be as correct as possible.
I find so many mistakes on find a grave. Many people have added memorials to find a grave with a birth and death date for a person, without any proof of a birth day, month and year or where the person died, or where they are buried. Later I find this info has been copied to family trees, from Find A Grave.
According to ancestry a James M Graham and Sarah Spilman were married in Mercer Co, KY. No record just index of this marriage. I've found many mistakes in ancestries translations of records, and have no way of knowing without ordering the marriage record if James' father may have been listed as bondman on his marriage record and father' name was a Samuel Graham or not. A James M Graham is listed on the tax list for Montgomery Co, KY., and he is listed in the 1820, census in Bath Co., and a Sarah Graham is listed in 1830, Bath Co. But no proof of middle name or parents.
|Long Black Veil||James M Graham|
You stated James M Graham' middle name as Morrison, can you provide me with proof this is the correct middle name for James M Graham. Do you have some record/records listing his middle name as Morrison. You also requested I link James M Graham to his father a Samuel Graham, do you have proof this is James M Graham's father. Since there were many Samuel Graham, what record/documents do you have showing this is the correct father for James M Graham.
I see so many people linking so called family members from info they have copied from family trees, which have lots of mistakes. Find a grave should be as correct as possible, and supported by records/documents, not hear said.
Please tell me where I can find these records showing James' middle name as Morrison, and the Samuel Graham buried in the New Providence Presbyterian cemetery is the correct father of James M Graham.
Thank you for all the work you do on find a grave.
This is the info from Wildwood Cemetery (on-line)on this family. I have no further information except from the photos I took:
Montaba, Abraham Sec 2 N/2-96 June 7, 1939 Anthony Montaba Lot
Montaba, Jacob Sec 2 N/2-96 Aug. 14, 1933 Anthony Montaba Lot
Montaba, Jane Sec 2 N/2-96 July 23, 1938 Anthony Montaba Lot
Added by DR on Aug 16, 2014 9:12 PM
|William Kazupski||RE: Michael Joseph Byrne|
As always I am glad I could help. And you're most welcome too.
|William Kazupski||RE: Hurleys|
You're most welcome!
|James P. Harter||Busby's|
You're most welcome
|Susan Gosenheimer||RE: Ganters|
If you go to my profile and send me an email with ganter as subject I will send the photos of the other markers to you.
|Susan Gosenheimer||RE: Anton Ganter|
Are you interested in the Ganter's stones that are in the same plot?
I am also posting for Gerald.
Added by Samantha on Jul 26, 2014 1:28 PM
|MariCass||RE: Eugene Foley|
You are quite welcome!
Added by MariCass on Jul 25, 2014 9:32 PM
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