|Lynda Gregory Friesen (#47344055)|
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I have absolutely caught the genealogy bug! Love it, love it, love it. Did I say that I love it? I have always been interested in my family history and started asking questions when I was about 10, but never had the time or the skills before now to really dig into it. My brother and I have between us 10 different family trees that we work on, trying to find information on everyone from birth to death. Our goal is to eventually put this information into book form, so the history of our ancestors is as complete as possible, and can be handed down to future generations.|
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|Find AL Graves 2||Washington Taylor May|
In Apr 2011, we communicated regarding your relative, Washington Taylor May. Last week I located his original obituary in an 1889 newspaper that is in our archives in Guntersville, Marshall Co., Alabama. If you would like a copy, I will be glad to send to you. However, I'll need a current e-mail address to do so.
|Adrienne||RE: Scarborough Grave Photo|
You're welcome. :)
Added by Adrienne on Jul 04, 2014 10:58 AM
|Carolyn Jares||john likely|
John Likely 1865-1951 is my grandfather. He had no middle or initial. He was just John Likely. He and Sarah had 5 kids, John Angus, Ernest Floyd, David L. (also no middle name), Mattie (no middle name and my mom Arma Venia who made up her own middle name when she was grown. All 5 kids and their spouses are buried in Eastview.
You duped yourself on this memorial. You have one with all dates and two with just the birth date.
Added by Mike on Jan 28, 2014 1:35 PM
|Linda B||Brenda Jo Fischer 122046639|
Is there a chance you have a photo of Brenda you would like to add to her findagrave memorial?
Thanks Linda B 47272982
Added by Linda B on Dec 26, 2013 11:39 AM
|Joy Steele||RE: Adelaide Goodman, Cleveland Baptist, NC|
Happy to help.
|Joy Steele||Adelaide Goodman, Cleveland Baptist, NC|
Hi. Would you like me to transfer this memorial to you? I'd be happy to and any others that you would like to have.
|Juvena McMahan||Mary Jane Duncan Gregory|
Hi, I'm hoping you might be able to help me in my search for Mary Jane Duncan's brother Henry Duncan. He's listed as a six-year-old on the 1850 census. But after that, I can't find any information on him. Do you know what happened to Henry? Thank, Juvena
|Eugene Watson||Lizzie Watson, Jim Gregory|
Hi, Cousin. I am from Lizzie's brother's family, Charlie Christopher Watson.
I live in Dripping Springs, just west of Austin. I would like to make contact with you right away. We have a Watson Family Reunion on Sat. July 20 in near Rockdale, at the Tanglewood Christian camp.
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|Rajordan||RE: Mary Perry Myers|
Please see this web page:
It has an image of the Texas Historical Commission's Historical Texas Cemetery sign. Entitled "LONG PRAIRIE CEMETERY," it states, "The first burial at the graveyard, which is also known as Alligator Cemetery, ...."
Per Find A Grave rules, Alligator Cemetery is not a separate cemetery and should be removed. Since your memorials were created after the originals, you've created duplicate memorials for people in a duplicated cemetery.
Added by Rajordan on May 13, 2013 5:42 PM
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