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Midnight Oil (#48192758)
 member for 3 years, 26 days
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 • 7 Memorials Added
 • 10 Memorials Managed
 • 20 Photos
 • 33 Virtual Flowers
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Barbara Ann
Johann Michael Hassler-your ggggg grandfather
Hi Midnight Oil: He is also my ggggg grandfather! I was looking at his find a grave page and I saw your offering and comment.

I just wanted to say hi-simply because we must be related somehow.

Barbara in Missouri
Added by Barbara Ann on Sep 02, 2015 4:28 PM
BigFrench
Peery family
Are you related to Thomas Peery III, IV? If so, I'd be delighted to get you in touch with 2 cousins...in you don't yet know them--
Added by BigFrench on Jan 19, 2014 9:36 AM
Jo Murphie
Herbert Smith family memorials
Thank you for creating memorials for this family. I had information on them, but not this much and didn't know where they were buried.

Alex Smith was my great-grandfather, so we are related somehow. Alex's son Kirby was my grandfather. Kirby & Herbert were brothers.

Jo Murphie
Added by Jo Murphie on Nov 14, 2013 8:20 PM
Robert C. Peurifoy
RE: Find A Grave
Welcome to the family. Next week it will be six years since I joined. I began with family, then helped in Watauga Co., NC to document and survey all known cemeteries. Am now focusing on the cemetery where my father, grandmother and various relations are buried. Over 29,000 graves with only 9,000 documented. I figure it will take me two more years to complete this cemetery.
If you ever want or need help let me know. Read the guidelines carefully. There are also a couple of facebook Find A Grave pages which can be helpful. However, read the contributions carefully as some can be very argumentative about what's right and permitted, and what's people are trying to documented.
You're number is listed right after your named on your personal page.
One suggestion I had to learn after struggling for a couple of years. When requesting or suggesting information, copy and paste your numbers from the pages. Leave a space so others can easily copy from the emails, i.e. instead of #12345678, use this format, # 12345678. Notice the space between the # and the numbers. This is more help than you can imagine. I also don'e use sentences but put

Father: # 12345678

and

Mother: # 12345678,

Hope this is helpful. Are you in TN. I am near Boone, NC and did several cemeteries in Johnson County.
Robert
Added by Robert C. Peurifoy on Aug 05, 2013 10:11 AM
Robert C. Peurifoy
Howard Smith
Have made the transfer.
Just a suggestion, when requesting a transfer, please list your Find A Grave personal number on the request. It helps by taking several steps out of the request, making for a quicker and less complicated request.
Would also like to mention, I did not post the photo accompanying the memorial. It will be necessary to contact that contributor.
Most of my contribution to the Phillipi Cemetery came from an online list. The records there may be incorrect.

Robert
Added by Robert C. Peurifoy on Aug 04, 2013 9:23 PM
 

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