|Patricia Berry (#48524280)|
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|Randy Fuhrman||RE: James Kell|
Thank you. You don't happen to know where he was born do you?
|Cliff Blanchard||Establishing a Memorial|
Pat, To place a memorial on Find-A-Grave, make sure the cemetery is already on Find A Grave.
1. Go to Find-A-Grave.com
2. Click on the 2nd line on the righthand side entiled "Find a Cemetery".
3. Type in the required information (name of cemetery, USA, state, and county).
4. When the screen shows you the Cemetery, look for "add a name to the cemetery" on the righthand side.
5. Type in the reguired information.
6. If you have a photo of the headstone, you can add it to the memorial.
It sounds hard, but once you've placed one memorial it become easier.
|Cliff Blanchard||William Allen Carson|
Patricia, After I acknowledged your last message, I became curious as to your relationship to me, and where you are living. As I understand it, Christopher Kell Carson and Margaret Della "Maggie" Carson were siblings of William Allen Carson and Margaret Amanda Kell (his 3rd wife). Correct?
You're telling me, Margaret Della Carson Cook is your Grandmother? Christopher Kell Carson is my Great-Grandfather, and his daughter (Ola Carson) is my Grandmother. I'm 73, so that makes you much older than me!
I live in Brazil, Indiana.
I did some checking, and found that Margaret Della Carson Cook died on 15 June 1958 in San Antonio, Bexar, Texas. She's buried in Mission Burial Park South in Block 18, Lot 532, Space 2, and she isn't on Find-A-Grave. Since she's not on Find A Grave, we can't link her to William Allen Carson's memorial yet. Since she's your relative, you should establish her memorial. Then ask someone to take a photo of her headstone. I have a feeling Edward Green Cook may also be buried there, since she's in Space 2.
We're distant cousins. For your information, I became a member of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) thru Robert Carson. If you're not already, you could become a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). My daughter is a member of the DAR.
Robert Carson was William Allen Carson's Grandfather.
Have a great day, and hope to hear from you.
|Lynn Fischer||RE: William V. Cook|
I have no additional information on either of the William V. Cook memorials which I manage. Those two men happen to be father and son. I have nothing in my records which indicate a possible relationship to a William Edward Cook.
Sorry I can't help you with this search.
|Cliff Blanchard||William Allen Carson (#20386650)|
Patricia, The names listed on his headstone represent those supposedly buried with/near him. Those not shown are most likely buried in another cemetery, and can be added if the Find A Grave memorial number. They can only be added by the person who established the memorial. Siblings can be added to their parents. You can not add parents to siblings.
If you click on any name shown in his memorial, it will take you to their memorial. Their memorial may be in the same cemetery or another cemetery. This is called linking.
If you want a sibling linked to their parents and their memorial isn't yours, you can ask the person who established the memorial to link them. Many Find A Grave members have no problem doing this, in fact, if you explain your reason they may transfer the memorial to you (if you follow Find A Grave guidelines).
In the meantime, I'll see what I can do.
Have a great day, and welcome to Find A Grave on your first day.
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