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ronnie (h. saron) (#47586992)
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Bio Photo Most recently i was informed by another member that this is not a genealogical site. The reality is, these are family members and ancestors of living relations today. These folx who are buried and photographed were living and breathing and loving peoples with connections still existing on our Mother Earth today. For that reason, please know that if you get a request from me asking for a transfer and you decline because i am not a 4th generation direct family member, please still be certain to make the links with other family members.

i am here to connect all my ancestors and make finding other relations much more easier.

Am currently unable to assist anyone, and soon as that changes - will be sure to state that.

be & stay well loved & blessed always!
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RabbitTrack
Mariah Lucinda Johnson
Hi! I just found a newspaper article on Mariah Lucinda Johnson. It said that Homer Clemons was her nephew and that she was buried in Mitchell cemetery. I create a memorial for her at 126404116. I have not found a gravestone for her.
Added by RabbitTrack on Mar 15, 2014 4:38 PM
Rita Collvins Mayfield
Isaac Palmer
I am happy to transfer Isaac to you. I am unrelated to any of my memorials in Riverside Cemetery. Just posted for others to find that were searching for family. I enjoy being able to place someone with a family member.

Regards,
Rita
Added by Rita Collvins Mayfield on Mar 20, 2013 4:57 PM
Monika Cantrell
Moffetville Cemetery, Mobile Co. AL

Hello Ronnie,
Just send me the names or memorial numbers of your ancestors in Moffettville cemetery and I`ll gladly transfer them to you. It`s nice to know a family member is going to be taking care of them.
Monika
Added by Monika Cantrell on Feb 26, 2013 7:33 AM
DSON1492
RE: transferring memorials
Hi Ronnie,

I agree 100% about the rules and it has been like pulling eye teeth from apit bull to get corrections and edits made with some folks also makes it a pain to..The only reason i try to keep within the guidelines is because the majority does go by them so I just go with the flow untill someone can get the to realise that Aunts and Uncles does matter..
Also I go by other factors in my decision to, I see if i have added more data from another relative for the memorial in question to see if there are others interested in that person..Then i check to see if the person just wants any and all family transfered to them.. I just check the person who wants me to transfer to see if they create memorials or just mainly try to get others to transfer to them..
I make my decision after all of these things and on some ocasions i may transfer..

I dont mean to be a pain in the rectum as I do understand you

Take Care

Dave
Added by DSON1492 on Jun 30, 2012 10:25 AM
DSON1492
English family
HI Ronnie,

I will bill glad to transfer as long as they are within the findagrave guidelines listed in the faq section of findagrave..

Thanks
Dave
Added by DSON1492 on Jun 30, 2012 7:46 AM
Garczar
Nancy Clements- Crown Hill
I wanted to let you know that I posted photographs to the memorials of Nancy & Leo Clements. A daughter, India (or Indiana) Schafer, India (or Indiana) Clements, and J.J. Clements.
Added by Garczar on Jun 17, 2012 9:34 AM
Terry Rasberry
RE: old Eli Moffett cemetery
Ronnie,

I do not know anything new on the location and/or if there is a known burial list of slaves. I wish I could help you.

If I find any info, I will contact you.

Thanks for your email.

Terry Rasberry
Added by Terry Rasberry on Jun 14, 2012 3:11 PM
Gene Phillips
RE: Many many thanks
Maybe you can help me with a picture then. The man that was almost my stepfather died before my mother could marry him. He's buried in the Fayetteville National Cemetery.
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=930708&

I was going to do it when I went up to Pea Ridge for a family reunion earlier this year, but it was late and I didn't have time.

Gene
Added by Gene Phillips on Jun 12, 2012 4:52 PM
Mary Ann Baggett Ferguson
RE: A.J. COLEMAN @ HARMONY & IRON CITY CEM.
I received a "suggestion" correction from f.a.g. and it had your link on it saying those 2 memorials were duplicates. Did you not send the suggestion?
Added by Mary Ann Baggett Ferguso... on Jun 08, 2012 4:10 PM
Mary Ann Baggett Ferguson
A.J. COLEMAN @ HARMONY & IRON CITY CEM.
I don't know if you know the history of the contributor of the memorial at Harmony Bap. ch. cem. or not but they have 1,000's of incorrect memorials and even have some buried at the wrong cem. as they did one of my aunts, and have repeatedly made duplicate memorials for many of their memorials. I have the cemetery survey book for both Harmony Baptist Ch. cem. and Iron City Cem. and A.J., his wife M. A. and Gerald Ray Coleman are buried in the same plot at Iron City cem. It is listed on page 57 of the Calhoun co. cem. surveys. I soooo understand your frustration w/this problem.
Added by Mary Ann Baggett Ferguso... on Jun 08, 2012 10:31 AM
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