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Anji Kennedy Bradshaw (#47422144)
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Harlene Soper-Brown
William Danforth #38512211
You wrote: Parent's immigration record says 1634. So, he could not have been born in England.
I have made the correction.

Many Thanks,
Added by Harlene Soper-Brown on Dec 12, 2015 11:39 AM
Unknown Cemeteries
Please read .
Added by B on Nov 03, 2015 7:56 AM
Mary Susan Hirtz
Margaret Groves
Hi Anji,
I want to thank you for the information you posted about my 5th great grandmother, Margaret Groves, buried (according to your bio) in Bowling Green Cemetery, Licking County, OH.

You mentioned in your bio that "Stibral states that she is buried in Bowling Green Cemetery."
What (or whom) is "Stibral"? Please fill me in. I have been searching for Margaret's origins and her maiden name. One relative has her as Margaret Adren Sylvester, born in Germany.

Surely there must be other records about her. She outlived her husband Jonas, who died in 1823, buried in Mt. Tabor Methodist Cemetery in Richmond, Jefferson Co, OH.

Please feel free to contact me.
Added by Mary Susan Hirtz on Apr 07, 2015 12:46 AM
Karen S. Cowger
Eyelyn May Garrelts
Evelyn is #48148888; her husband Erwin Leroy Lillian is #48148887.
I have picked up all the information you have put on FindAGrave for the Garrelts family, I did not see Marriage dates for everyone. I will be adding all of this information to my data base.
Thank You for all your work.

Karen S. Cowger
I am a 2nd cousin to Vern Krom (Viola's husband)
Added by Karen S. Cowger on Aug 14, 2014 10:05 PM
Bonnie Thompson Henricks
RE: Nels F. & Hanna Anderson
Hello - I don't mind transferring them - I think the way you need to request a transfer is to go into the person's memorial, click on the "edit" tab, then select the "suggest any other correction or addition", then put your relationship to the person and be sure to include your member number to transfer it to. At least that's what I've always had to do to get a memorial transferred to me from other people. Thanks - Bonnie
Added by Bonnie Thompson Henricks on Mar 19, 2014 9:22 PM
Wes T.
RE: Blue Springs Cemetery in Cherokee County OKLA
Oh, man, wish I could find one too! eBay has them and they usually go for at least $100 a set, there are 12 volumes.
I use mine at the Westville Library. It is part of the Eastern Oklahoma District Library System, (Muskogee) so if you are close to one of those, check their reference section. Might even be able to do inter-library loan on it, not sure.
Added by Wes T. on Jan 16, 2014 8:46 AM
Wes T.
Blue Springs Cemetery in Cherokee County OKLA
Further: I can't find my list right now, but I am thinking this was on somebody you had indicated on the page that you were related to... last name was Willis? Maybe a grand parent?
Added by Wes T. on Jan 15, 2014 10:38 PM
Wes T.
RE: Blue Springs OK Willis et al.
OK. I left you an "edit" --what we used to call SAC's, suggestion, addition or correction. I didn't email it to you like some people do, I used that "edit tab" directly from the memorial page, up in the upper right corner.

You will not receive an email like they used to do. The edits that people send to you, wanting whatever... to give you general info, a spelling correction, to add a plot number, give you an obituary, whatever, will all show up now under the "edits tab" on your contributor page. I had someone tell me they had several months worth waiting for them, and didn't realize they were supposed to be checking them occasionally. These were just done in the last day or so, so I realize you wouldn't have had a chance to get to them. Now if they sent you a direct email, that might be why you had never got this before, I'm guessing. I have to get in to Yahoo to send mail, so it is easier for me to use the edit tab. I don't use Microsoft Outlook or whatever for email.

If I recall, I was sharing the source with you so you would know where I getting my info from. I know a lot of people here won't put anything on here unless they verify it themselves, so I was giving you my source. If you haven't run into edits before, it would be confusing. I think Find A Grave has a FAQ on it. Does this help?
Added by Wes T. on Jan 15, 2014 10:36 PM
Wes T.
Blue Springs OK Willis et al.
There wasn't a place to put this on the edit form, so in case you were wondering, the source for the PLOT numbers on this one (and any others that I may locate during my little project here) is: the book entitled "Our People And Where They Rest: A Visit to 104 Old Cemeteries in Eastern Oklahoma," James W. Tyner, Maxine Tyner and Alice Tyner Timmons, American Indian Institute, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK. 1970-1985 p. 11 (Library of Congress No. QE99-C5-T97)

Thank you so much! I have a few more left to go, so if you have contacts who also manage some memorials in NE Oklahoma, you might let them know what I'm up to with this "adding the plot # thing."

It refers to the Tyner diagrams/map in the books-makes it easier for genealogists or whomever to locate the actual grave.
Added by Wes T. on Jan 15, 2014 9:37 PM
Susan Roach
Luvina Bates Danford
Thank you for the prompt update and links to Luvina's parents. I appreciate your help.
Added by Susan Roach on Jan 15, 2014 7:48 AM
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