|Loretta Castaldi||RE: Bothast memorials in Woodland|
I think it's fantastic that memorials are managed by family members! I'll transfer whatever memorials you want, but I'd appreciate it if you'd send me the Find A Grave# for every memorial you want as well as your Find A Grave number.
|Don Bedwell||RE: Emma Wunderlich Meals|
Thank you for the transfer of her memorial for maintenance
|Mary Downing-Mahan (gravehuntermary)||your tree|
after checking further I see that is your tree.
|Mary Downing-Mahan (gravehuntermary)||Christian Snider|
There is a tree on ancestry. He was born 12/28/1799 in Germany and died 8/30/1884 in Trotwood, Montgomery, Ohio. Married to Lydia Truman born 1817 in Ohio. It names 10 children. I will try to find his burial place.
|Mary Downing-Mahan (gravehuntermary)||Memorials|
I forgot to add in my last note. Before you add a memorial check to make sure it is not already their and ask for a transfer. You added one I already had on so I deleted mine, which I did not mind doing but some folks will not do that and can get huffy about it. Again...good luck
|Mary Downing-Mahan (gravehuntermary)||John Lindsey|
I transfered to you. My greatest reward is when people find their family and I can send them home to them. Good luck on your journey into the past. My goal is to find out about my ancestors between their birth and death dates. I have found so many letters, news articles and how my ancestors lived. Walking a cemetery is sad when you see how many people buried their children. I can hear their cries and feel their broken hearts, standing by the gravesite, even those that are not my family. I do have many cemetery books. If you need any help let me know and I will see if any of my books have info you can use.