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Living in Southwest Virginia after retiring as a Critical Care nurse. Always loved genealogy and now incorporating it with history and involved with Find A Grave.|
I follow Find A Grave guideline and if you want me to transfer a memorial to you, it should be a DIRECT relative within four generations. ( FAG says: This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.) Determine if you really need the memorial transferred to you for management.
Transferring of management should only be requested If you have extensive changes to make to a memorial. FAG's goal is not to "own" every memorial of those to whom you are related. The ultimate goal should be to have meaningful, accurate memorials that honor those who have passed away, regardless of who created the memorial or who maintains it.
Please contact me if you would like something added that you can't add. I believe flowers should be for someone you know not to decorate a page.
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|Karen Gardner||Venus Palmer Gardner's info|
Thank you for having my great grandparents information on here! Venus Gardner is a hard person to track down, and I had a feeling she was in Glencoe Cemetery. Thanks again, this made my day!
K. C. Gardner
|Shelby||Re: Edith Pauline Vaughan|
Thank you for the obit on Edith, I have reposted it on the side that Find A Grave requests us to do it on and gave you credit for the obit.....Could you please remove the one you posted so I can stay in compliance with the regulations that Find A Grave requests.....thank you again Shelby
Added by Shelby on Nov 06, 2013 10:53 AM
|Barbara Scalf||name of cemetery|
hi my name is Barbara Clark Scalf i want to say thanks for the listing of my mom Betty Phyllis Clark on the Clark Cemetery page..but i would like to add this she is buried in the Clark Cemetery on home property not in the Clark Cemetery in Klondike can we fix it so it will reflect that because as time goes on there will be many more added to the cemetery at the homeplace..thanks so much and thanks again.
I notice that you generally have extensive info (obits, bios, etc.) for the memorials you create. If you have such info for any memorial I have created, I would be glad to transfer the memorial to you so you could enter the info.
Added by Andy on Sep 05, 2013 7:51 PM
|teach58||Anna Eastering Salyers|
I am hoping that you can help my cousin locate her great, great grandmother's grave as you photograph the Wise County area cemeteries.
Anna was born in Copper Creek,Wise County, in 1832, and was the daughter of James and Elizabeth Morris Easterling. She married Robert Shanklin Salyers and they had the following children:
Isabell Jane Salyer Addington (Thomas Benton))1848-1919) Burial in Pond Cemetery, Lincoln County,KY
Malvina Salyer (according to one Wise County historian, she married "Hop" Sowards...we cannot find her grave, either!)"Hop", or Hopkins Sowards, is buried somewhere in Wise County.
James Madison Salyer (buried in Blankenbecler Cemetery, Wise County along with his wife, Eliza Ann Gardner) (1852-1925)
Sarah Ellen Salyer (Levi Potter) (1854-1940)
Mary Victoria Salyer (married a Stapleton)(1859-?)
John Salyer (1856-1902)
Robert S Salyer (Jr)1861/2-1943 buried on Indian Creek, Wise County. He married Louisa Kilgore, daughter of Nelson and Catherine "Kate" Roberts Kilgore.
Eliza Ann Salyer (1866-?)
Anna divorced Robert Shanklin (or "Shanklin" as he was known) in September of 1867. We cannot find "hide nor hair" of her after that. We do not know if she reverted to her maiden name and is buried under it, or if she is buried under her married name.
While we are hoping to find a burial site, and thus a death date, we realize that an unmarked grave or a grave marked only by a whetstone/field stone may be the only thing that marks her grave.
Thank you,in advance, for any information you can pass along. My cousin has been looking for Anna for a number of years.
Added by teach58 on Jul 01, 2013 7:22 AM
|Adams||RE: Edna Louise Schettler Marrs|
Ok thank you, when I get back to my computer I will see about sending you some of the family photos I'd the marrs family including full family portraits with all the names. I have linked the names together. Thank you
Added by Adams on Apr 10, 2013 12:12 PM
|Irene||Ogla Snodrass Ray|
So Sorry..One other thing... Her husband was Leffie not Leffrey or Leffey. I saw it both ways on the memorial. Even the actual obit was wrong. They didn't even get his middle name right. I don't know what they have an M. for.. Thanks!
Added by Irene on Jan 11, 2013 11:55 PM
|Irene||Leffie Lee Ray|
the messages saying Re: Irene are actually regarding Leffie Lee Ray
Added by Irene on Jan 11, 2013 1:05 PM
I just found out that he is buried in the Smith family private cemetery on a hill in Nora, VA. I've seen it. His father was Samuel Ray and mother was Martha(Snow)Ray.
Added by Irene on Jan 11, 2013 1:03 PM
Thank you for the changes. Yes, He was my grandfather. He is buried up on a hill outside Big Stone Gap that has people from his second wife Nell, buried there. Don't even know how to tell you where it is. His name was Leffie Lee Ray. I just asked my dad so I will let you know asap. He was born in 1914 and died in Dec 1956. Wish I lived near there so I can do more research myself wherever they store these records... :/ But I live in Texas. Wish I knew more about the Snodgrasses also.. Best Regards- Yolanda
Added by Irene on Jan 11, 2013 11:36 AM
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