|Lisa Mong (#47723155)|
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I just started this and am hoping to help people find where loved ones are located. I myself have found this web page a sucess. It has helped me find were loved ones have been laid to rest when I was not sure were exactally they have been located. There is one thing that truly irritates me and that is when someone adds multiple burial records here on find a grave when they don't even know the person or anything about them and they have just added them. It keeps family members from being able to add them. I have ran into people that have added my family and don't have to transfer them because they are aunts, uncles,snd other relatives and find a grave only states direct family as in children parents and grandparents.|
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|htigerlily89||Raymond Theodore Larson Find A Grave Memorial# 104505833|
You posted the picture for the headstone for Raymond Theodore Larson and I wondered if you would post the picture for his wife as well as she is on the same headstone or if I may use the same photo to do so. Let me know. Thank you. She is Mary Ellen Harding Find A Grave Memorial# 104505833
|Julie Bennett Coleman||RE: Hi Julie|
Yes, you can use my picture of Mark Rodgers - the stone is in bad shape so I'm afraid my picture didn't turn out too well. As far as connecting his daughter, you need to contact the owner of Jennie's memorial and ask them to link her with her parents. The easiest way to to that is to go to her memorial, and use the "edit" tab on the right to send an email with your suggestions.
|DeeDee Simpson||Cannot post photos|
Findagrave allows 5 photos per memorial without sponsorship, which costs $5. I have taken the photos of the memorial, showing both Douglas and Erma on the headstone, as well as a full photo of the memorial with hanging baskets.
|Once a Marine||RE: Sorry To Post Again|
Lisa, I have a subscription to Ancestry.com and I found him in the 1930 Census and the Idaho Death Index 1911-1951. I will check more through Ancestry and send you what I find.
|Once a Marine||John Wesley Coleman|
John is buried in Block 55, Lot 20, grave 00 in the Wendell Cemetery. I noticed on the marker that date of death is listed as 1924. I did some checking and 1934 is correct not what is on the marker. In fact in 1930 he was living at West Point which is just outside of Wendell. I hope this helps you.(please delete the first posting under my name, I hit the wrong button when I started this message.) :o
Hi Lisa, "Elmarra Rodgers (nee) Peed(e)" - appears to have attended a local area church near Ingram's township in Johnston County (during the early 1900s) - it appears she later relocated to the RailRoad boomtown of "Four Oaks" during the roaring 20s. Uncertain as to specifics with regard to names and number of her children; nevertheless, have some suggestions -- would you have an e-mail addr for correspondence?
Added by WmBruce on Feb 29, 2012 4:18 PM
|mokennehan||Sgt Kenneth Boyd Von Lindern|
Thank you so much for the grave photo for Sgt. Von Lindern's grave!
|Terry Burd||RE: Frank E, Green|
|Terry Burd||RE: Regarding Frank E. Green|
I appreciate your help.
|Robert Bottman||Coleman Headstones|
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