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I'm retired and work on genealogy, read and walk. Just got a new knee so am looking forward to summer and wandering around old grave yards.|
at this time I can only do graves in East Wenatchee and Wenatchee.
I only enter people on this site if they are family or friends. I am not able to do a cemetery completely. By having my name in this site hoepfully people will contact me about info they have or I have.
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|Brad||RE: Ralph & Grace White photos|
I really don't do research, I photographed the entire cemetery for another purpose and fill requests for photos here when I can, but don't do research.
Added by Brad on Mar 19, 2013 3:31 PM
|Teresa D||Donna Kunish|
Your welcome Marge!
As for the transfer, you keep your friend. I did not know her, I was just out photographing the cemetery. I came across some info to update and that helps complete memorials, so that family can find their lost loved ones.
Have A Great Day!
Added by Teresa D on Feb 20, 2013 1:42 PM
|Teresa D||RE: rosenberger graves, quincy, wa|
You are most welcome!
Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
Added by Teresa D on Nov 20, 2012 10:33 PM
|Marsha Williams Byrd of Missouri||Cherokee|
My Great-great-great-grandmother was a Dawson and she was a Cherokee-Sithi, she married a Fisher who may have had Indian blood, their daughter, Martha Ellen Fisher married Thomas Benton Williams whose family was from North Caroline and settled in Morgan County, Missouri. Seems like I saw a Langley in some records. Love to hear from you again. Marsha
|Katrina||RE: owning cemeteries|
If the original submitter is not related (we would email her) and you are related from great grandparents down, then we would transfer the memorials to you. Please send details (memorial numbers, member numbers) to email@example.com and I will look into it for you.
Added by Katrina on Aug 08, 2012 9:25 AM
|Bill Vanderpool||RE: fern duncan in wenatchee|
OK, thank you very much. Go to Costco to get a digital camera. It will pay for itself by not have to have film developed, plus the trips to the store to take and pickup. They are the greatest and easy to use.
|Christopher N Cooper||Reiger/Rieger - German Pottery Maker-Milan, Mo.|
Is this Marge, that lived in the State Washington?
I have not seen that name for sometime.
This is Chris Cooper who lives in Missouri and I have Researchig Missouri Pottery makers and Anton Rieger/Reiger for a Long time... And I think your the one that we contacted & wrote and you even had pieces of Pottery that were made Anton Rieger at his Pottery Shop in Milan, Sullivan Co., Mo..
Are you the One?
I would really love to chat someday Marge!
Thanks for your time!
|Connie A.||RE: Dr. James O'Connor and Marie|
I'm not Find a Grave police, and I understand how you feel, however it's not a practice Find a Grave supports.
I encourage you to read Find a Graves FAQs. It describes how to submit edits to someone who created a memorial you'd like to update, how to request transfers, and how to create virtual memorials.
Imagine how this site would like if everyone did what they wanted.
That's my opinion and I hope that you would reconsider and follow Find a Grave's FAQs.
|Carl||RE: Old Centenary Cemetery|
I am related to all of the Murdock's that are buried in the old and new Centenary. Send me a msg to firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions. Look forward to hearing from you.
Added by Carl on May 25, 2012 11:14 AM
|Vivian Pattee||RE: SHOEMAKER FAMILY|
I also live in Washington State I do have family in Mo. I do genealogy and most of my family comes from Missouri
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