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Any pictures I have posted please feel free to use in your ancestry trees. I don't need credit. Most photos are passed down through family. I feel we are all interested in what our ancestors looked like or what their grave looks like. I know I am. If I could I would link my Memorials back to Adam and Eve. I love it when I see a new family member show up on the family links on one of my memorials. |
I know it's important to add all the names we can to Find A Grave. Yet, we as contributors need to be mindful that the dead we are listing has or had family that grieved their loss. They lived, worked to provide for their family and most importantly, they loved. After all it's called a Memorial. When I research a name I have added to this site I feel connected to the person. I want to make the best memorial I can for them.
At this time most of my memorials are my family members. I have added a virtual cemetery called Sunset Babies. I'm photographing and adding the baby section at Sunset Memorial Park. My objective is to reunite the babies to their family members.
If you have any information or corrections for a memorial I manage I will be happy to update. if I have a family member of yours i'm not related to I will gladly transfer the Memorial.
To my friends on Find A Grave:
I appreciate all the information and help you have provided me with. There is Robert Fitch, Doris Aliff, Sandy Littlejohn who photograph cemeteries that would be lost without them. If you need to find a cemetery location they usually have the answer.
Floyd Lanny Martin who gave me information and help from Texas. Bonita who talks to the graves as I do., Pj who has linked too many times to count, Nina Thomas who links and asks if you are related and offers to transfer, My mentor Dolores Carlson who taught me how important obituaries are to memorials. She answered all my numerous questions and guided me through FAG when I first joined. I would do anything for her. There are so many wonderful people I have been in contact with on FAG who has linked and gave me information to make my memorials better. I want to Thank you for all you do!!!
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|Gary Aikin||Margaret L. "Maggie" L. Bullington Fuller|
Maggie (later Margaret) Lee Bullington Wright Farrell Fuller (daughter of Charles Walter Bullington and Mary Croy Hill) was the mother of one of my mother's brothers-in-law. She was known to family in the Buffalo, NY area as "Grandma Fuller". I personally met Grandma Fuller on at least one occasion in Buffalo in the 1950s when I was a young child.
"Maggie" was the first name given to her at birth. As an adult she legally changed her first name to "Margaret".
Maggie/Margaret was married three times: first to Guy Wright, then to Lawrence Hopkins "Larry" Farrell and then to Orlando Lucas "Orrie" Fuller.
Maggie/Margaret had two children by her marriage to Guy Wright: daughter Alice Mae Wright (who later married William Harold Graham) and son Charles Richard Wright (who later married my mother's sister Mary Margaret Sheedy).
Guy Wright died from an electrocution accident in 1922. Some time after Guy died, Maggie/Margaret, her children and her sister Blanche moved to Buffalo (Erie), NY.
Maggie/Margaret was born on 11-Aug-1889 in Saint Albans (Kanawha County), WV. She died in Oct-1978 (exact date uncertain) in Buffalo (Erie County), NY. She was buried next to her third husband Orlando Lucas Fuller in the non-Catholic section of Mount Olivet Cemetery in the Town of Tonawanda (Erie County), NY on 23-Oct-1978.
I was born and raised in Lockport, NY near Buffalo. I now live in Cary, NC near Raleigh. My mother lived as a child with her parents and siblings in Buffalo.
For further information (family sheets) please contact me by email at: email@example.com
- Gary Aikin
|Becky||RE: Orlando L. Fuller memorial # 124436558|
Hello, I have been researching the Fuller line for years and never knew until recently what Orlando's 2nd wife's name was. I don't have any information on Margaret at all, I wish I did. Do you know what year or where they were married? I am sorry I couldn't be of some help to you but I will keep you in mind if I should come across anything. Thank you.
Added by Becky on Sep 07, 2014 2:08 PM
|Ruby Louis||RE: I forgot|
Thanks so much.
|Ruby Louis||RE: Albert Lowen Memorial # 134311898|
Hi thanks for the message about Molvine Lowen. She is my childrens grandmother. I would appreciate any information or pictures. Thanks again.
Ruby Lowen Louis
|Ernie Wright||RE: Edward & Nella|
Glad to help.
|Ernie Wright||Ed & Nella|
Yes they are together , I just e mailed you a photo of marker. I have them in Section H. but you might want to contact the office to confirm that.
|Rosemary Trimble||Daisy Carlin Farr|
Are you related to Daisy Carlin? I believe she is my great grandfathers youngest sister. Her memorial # is 127247722. Trying to make the connection.
|Rebecca King||RE: Your Miller line|
VERY cool! I have a little of the Miller line, but I haven't done very much research into it. You know how it goes, you see a record and save it or take notes and then forget you've got it, ha ha ha! I am going to try to spend some time getting all the Smith memorials done up, but I am definitely going to check out the Millers. I will send you an email so we can keep in touch even easier.
|Rebecca King||RE: William S. Smith's Obit|
Thank you so much! I am going to do my best to get them all together and make the very best memorials I can for them. I know my grandfather would have been so pleased to know his history. If it wasn't for him and his sister Rosetta Smith Simmons I wouldn't have had any information to start with. Please feel free to contact me whenever you'd like. You can't bug me, ha ha!
|Rebecca King||RE: Mable Smith Baisden|
Yes, I am the person you contacted on Ancestry. I'd be honored to take over the memorial and happy to share the story. Thank you again.
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