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Howard A Sutherland (#47002050)
 member for 9 years, 4 months, 29 days
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Sue Petres
Isaac Fiender
Would you please consider transferring Isaac Fiender to me? He is a ggg uncle of mine who died at age 17 in the Siege of Knoxville. He never married or had children, so I would like to see that he is memorialized in the best way possible. Unfortunately, the government spelled his name wrong and I am beginning to work with the VA in getting this corrected. If I can get his name corrected on the Find A Grave entry as well and I have control of it, I can post some of his Civil War documents on the site that I obtained at the National Archives.

Thanks for considering it!

Sue Petres

Added by Sue Petres on Jul 04, 2016 12:21 PM

Will Stamps
Find A Grave Memorial# 97770727
Would you consider transferring the memorial to Margaret Thornton Tankersley Stamps to me. I ah Margaret's great great grandmother. Thank you for your consideration.

Added by Will Stamps on Jul 02, 2016 1:08 PM

Will Stamps
Find A Grave Memorial# 97770727
Would you consider transferring the memorial to Margaret Thornton Tankersley Stamps to me. I ah Margaret's great great grandmother. Thank you for your consideration.

Added by Will Stamps on Jul 02, 2016 11:49 AM

Michelle Hillier
RE: Infant Osborn
ok thanks. I probably had a brain fart. Not an easy cemetery. Beside being large, it has several yellow jackets nests and a skunk that likes to roam around, lol! Lots of distractions.

Added by Michelle Hillier on Jun 25, 2016 7:46 PM

William Stark
D, W. Crawford #2967704
Note that the name on the headstone is for David Crowfoot but the name on the memorial is for D.W. Crawford.

Added by William Stark on Jun 23, 2016 9:49 PM

Frances B Maddox
Nancy Jane McMillan Armstrong.
This should be John as Nancy's father not James.... Trying to get these McMillans correct is challenging sometimes.

He and his wife are buried in the Strawberry Plaines Cemetery. Nancy is buried in the Spring Place Presbyterian Church Cemetery.

Thanks for all the great work.
Frances Bennett Maddox

Added by Frances B Maddox on Jun 23, 2016 5:50 PM

Glenda Rowland
RE: Katherine Goode
Thank you. I appreciate your help.

Added by Glenda Rowland on May 29, 2016 4:03 PM

Glenda Rowland
RE: William Hunt
Thank you for adding the links and other information. I do appreciate your help. He is a distant relative and I was just happy to find him. No need for transfer.

Added by Glenda Rowland on May 24, 2016 8:14 AM

helene corbett barone bond
Hello!
Hi Howard,

It was so great to find my grandmother and grandfathers tomb stone. Are we related in some way? My grandmother was
Helene A. Sutherland.
I live in California and I was named after her. It would be great to hear from you.

Thanks for all your work.

Helene

Added by helene corbett barone bon... on May 18, 2016 5:33 PM

Ozarkcheryl
Martha Boughton Clements
The Kelley family is deeply appreciative of this transfer, thank you. OZARKCHERYL

Added by Ozarkcheryl on May 18, 2016 2:10 PM

Frances B Maddox
Addison Wear Armstrong husband of Nancy McMillan Armstrong
I cannot find him in this cemetery. ??

He was born at his father's homestead on the Holston River.
He became an expert surveyor as so many members of his family were and practically inherited the place of County Surveyor, of Knox County, Tennessee, which was held for forty years by his father. His grandfather, Samuel Wear, had also been a surveyor, the profession espoused by George Washington.
He held a number of public offices and was for twelve years Justice of the Peace. He was County Surveyor for twelve years and owing to his accurate knowledge of the surrounding country as well as to his well-known fairness and his reputation for justice in all things he was called upon to settle many land disputes, many disputants perferring to leave the matter to Addison Armstrong's decisions instead of going to the law.
He was an elder in the Presbyterian Chruch at Spring Place from the time of its organiation near his home until his death in 1873.
He was an enrolling officer durning the occupancy of East Tennessee by the Confederate Army.
He was a polite and affable to all and extremely modest in dispositions. He died on his plantation May 22, 1873 and is buried in Spring Place Cemetery a few miles from his home.
Addison Wear Armstrong and Nancy Jane McMillan Armstrong had three sons and three daughters.
* From: Notable Southern Families by Zella Armstrong

Frances Emmett Maddox
fmaddox7325@charter.net

Added by Frances B Maddox on Apr 19, 2016 9:40 AM

Frances B Maddox
Nancy Jane McMillan b 1807 on tombstone
I have her birth as 23 Aug 1806 McMillan Station in Knox County, TN and her parents as Pvt James McMillan and Jane Meek both buried at the Straw Berry Plains Cemetery in Knox County, TN but they are not listed in findagrave there.

Frances Bennett Maddox
fmaddox7325@charter.net

Added by Frances B Maddox on Apr 19, 2016 9:31 AM

Linda Gose Rieck
Gose relatives
Thank you, Howard, for transferring my Gose family to me to manage. I appreciate all that you have done in paving the way for those of us that are coming behind you!! It is a blessing to find a picture or grave location that someone else took the time to document!!! Awesome!!

Added by Linda Gose Rieck on Apr 18, 2016 4:57 PM

Linda Gose Rieck
transfer request
I have several Gose family members that I would like to ask for you to transfer to me for management. I really appreciate the dedication you have had to findagrave.com and hope that you are enjoying Florida! The family members memorial numbers are as follows, 41713168, 41663619, 41663442, 41663408, 41663554, 41713135, 41668506, 41684246, and 41684210.


Thank you for your consideration of this request!

Linda Gose Rieck

Added by Linda Gose Rieck on Apr 15, 2016 3:54 PM

Kelly Osborne
Obit for Anderson Runyon Webb
Hi,
I have the obiturary for Mr. Webb.. If you would like it please email me.. Thanks Kelly

Added by Kelly Osborne on Apr 10, 2016 5:45 AM

Jane JS
RE: Hugh O'Dell
Hello, you are very welcome!!!! Glad to help, Jane

Added by Jane JS on Mar 20, 2016 2:44 PM

Jan Summers
William Young Conn and Charlotte Louise Hannum
Thank you for updating their memorials. Best regards, Jan

Added by Jan Summers on Mar 10, 2016 10:58 AM

Candyce Hardin Williams Glaser
RE: Hoxsie, Hopkins, DePue's
I most certainly will credit you as the photographer.
Thank you for your generosity,
Candyce

Added by Candyce Hardin Williams ... on Mar 03, 2016 7:27 PM

Candyce Hardin Williams Glaser
Hoxsie, Hopkins, DePue's
Mr. Sutherland,
Thank you for taking photos of many of my family members headstones. May I use the photos of the family names listed above in my family tree?
Thank you for your consideration of this matter,
Candyce Williams Glaser

Added by Candyce Hardin Williams ... on Feb 26, 2016 9:29 PM

Leda Behseresht
Edwin Llewellyn Thomas, #62628402
Mr. Sutherland,

This is my g-grandfather.

His father, John James Thomas, is buried in Chicago, IL, memorial #141684341.

His mother, Isabella Dobson Thomas, died in Knoxville & is supposed to be buried in Chicago with her husband, but I haven't seen her memorial on FindAGrave yet.

Please update ELT's father or if you'd prefer, you can transfer the Thomas family in Old Gray to me.

Thanks in advance.

Respectfully,

Leda E. Behseresht

Added by Leda Behseresht on Feb 15, 2016 10:14 AM

Linda Gose Rieck
Transfer of James W. Gose
Thank you for linking James W. Gose to his parents, Stephen C. & Mary Alalee Burch Gose. Stephen C. & Mary Alalee Burch Gose are my 2x g-grandparents. I would like very much if you would transfer James W. Gose to me so I can easily add to his information.
Thank you so very much for all you have done and continue to do for those of us who research and try to add to our family quilt!

Linda Gose Rieck

Added by Linda Gose Rieck on Feb 10, 2016 1:19 PM

Linda Gose Rieck
Transfer of James W. Gose

Added by Linda Gose Rieck on Feb 10, 2016 1:12 PM

David A. Pack
Isaac Newton Pack, Union Cem, Knox, Co, TN
Hello, I'm David A. Pack. My paternal grandfather was Lillard Pharoah Pack (can not find grave), and I believe his father was Issac Newton Pack. I recall my uncle Carl Pack, son of Lillard telling me about Arminda. So I'm more or less sure that this Arminda would be my great grandmother. I took a chance and searched for Issac and this came up. I am 63 and never knew where he was buried until now. Thank you for putting this info on the site. Most of the Packs I'm related to are buried in the Anderson-Gouffon cemetery (French) in N. Knox Co. TN. Thanks again for taking time to post this.

Best Regards
David A. Pack

Added by David A. Pack on Jan 05, 2016 9:01 AM

Clarence J. DILLION
CORP WILLIAM LYONS
Transfer was very kind of you. I am certain he is kin out of Hawkins/Hancock TN and has a marker there for his service in the Mexican war of 1846-1847. Thanks. Sorry for the dup message :-(
Joe
Maryville, TN

Added by Clarence J. DILLION on Dec 04, 2015 12:35 PM

Clarence J. DILLION
CORP WILLIAM LYONS

Added by Clarence J. DILLION on Dec 04, 2015 12:33 PM

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