|ProfessionalSearcher||Find A Grave Memorial# 122159111|
Find A Grave Memorial# 122159111
Nancy Davis is my direct line.
I have much data on her.
Would you transfer to me?
I have sent edits and must wait until they are approved to send in more.
Thanks for adding my Grandma!!!!
Added by ProfessionalSearcher on Sep 17, 2015 1:46 PM
|Kathy Hensley||Susan Francis Thrash|
Thank you so much for the info on Susan Thrash. It is so great when someone can add info or corrections for a memorial. It helps to make that memorial much more complete.
Sorry I have not answered sooner. I have terribly neglected my email and Find A Grave. Need to check it more and keep up.
Will gladly add this to Susan's Memorial.
Added by Kathy Hensley on Aug 27, 2015 11:25 AM
|Kathy Stroope Veasey||Mary Minerva Pennington Stroope|
Thanks so much for the obit. She and my dad's Uncle John had no children - so I've adopted them.
Added by Kathy Stroope Veasey on Jul 03, 2015 6:58 PM
|PTS||Beverly Killian # 141270962|
Thanks so much for bringing this to my attention and for giving the correct info. I really do appreciate it. Blessings, KL
Added by PTS on Jul 02, 2015 11:12 AM
|Scott Beacham||H. Beacham Ozan Cemetery|
Hi Darlene. Thanks for all your efforts. I sent an edit request for H. Beacham. I may have found a match on 1920 census. If this is the same person, his name was Hugh and his wife was Mattie. I came across him while researching others, he is not in my Beacham line. Please post the bio listed in the edit. This may help others in their research. Thanks. Happy Memorial Day!
Added by Scott Beacham on May 24, 2015 8:57 PM
|Robert Williams||Thank You!|
Thank You for posting Memorials for my many CROCKER relatives in Murfreesboro, Nashville, and here in California! You do an excellent job, and always accurate.
Added by Robert Williams on May 14, 2015 8:33 PM
|DiAnn McGraw Cornish||John Columbus Cornish|
I have been checking on John Columbus Cornish. You have the info on FindAGrave that John Columbus born 1876 is the husband of Eliza Ella Hadaway. I have another document that says she is husband of John Columbus Cornish born in 1852. The John born in 1852 was my great grandfather, so I would like the information as to which one is the right husband. It would appear that the John in 1846 has 2 other wives. Please help me if you can. \Thank You, E D Cornish
Added by DiAnn McGraw Cornish on Mar 16, 2015 1:21 PM
# 64670457 Thank you for the transfer!
Added by PamelaPeridot on Mar 06, 2015 5:58 PM
|Donna ||RE: Transfer|
#47215014 And thank you!!
Added by Donna on Feb 12, 2015 10:16 AM
Hello Darlene, I was wondering if you would transfer my step-mother's memorial to me?
#78080321 Jacqueline E. Woodruff Marsh
Thank you so much!!
Added by Donna on Feb 11, 2015 11:57 PM
|Michelle Burchfield Hand||Hale Family|
Thank you for taking the pics of Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Howard County. Hale is my mother's maiden name and I am in possession of many old photos of my Hale ancestors. I have added to Nancy and Jordan's pages. I have also submitted an edit for Nancy to add her mother's name. I will add more pics as I get them scanned in. Thanks again!
Added by Michelle Burchfield Hand on Jan 31, 2015 8:46 PM
|Susan Story||Bishops in Ozar Cemetery|
God Bless you Darlene. These Bishops are my family. I live in Virginia, and you have connected me to them. Harmon J. Bishop and Franklin Pierce Bishop are the sons of Harmon Bishop and Mary Williams.
Harmon's J stands for Jones. Can not thank you enough for the work you do. I have put several cemeteries on here. DAR can only use find a grave if the picture of the tombstone is on here. Thanks again.
Added by Susan Story on Jan 18, 2015 5:07 PM
|Rory Bowers||George Washington Brock|
Gathering up family monuments today I noticed that ggg-grandpa George is listed in two cemeteries. You did a beautiful photo of his CSA monument in Hempstead County and he is also listed in Weir Cemetery half way across the state. I did notice that there is no monument listed for him there though and tend to believe what I can see. Weir cemetery is a recognized family cemetery;his wife Rebecca Mildred Wier is there. I find it interesting that he is not. There has to be a story behind this one! :-) Thank You so much for the beautiful photo!
Added by Rory Bowers on Dec 11, 2014 2:32 PM
|Linda Westbrook-Hughes||Ledenia Hughes Bradshaw|
is still alive and lives n Lake Hamilton, Arkansas
Added by Linda Westbrook-Hughes on Nov 08, 2014 2:38 PM
|connie lawson||Floyd underwood harris cemetery|
Would you be able to find out who is parents are and his wife? My daughter is a hughes and her grandmother was Charlene underwood hughes. This family has about drove me nuts lol they did not keep records of parents and grandparents. Floyd is suppose to be the son of henry and emma ? Underwood. Hope you can help. Can't find to much info, found 1940 census where emma is widowed with 3 children one being Charlene and one Floyd in scott County Mississippi, Arkansas but says they lived in Crittenden. That is where Henry died. Thank you Connie Lawson
Added by connie lawson on Nov 04, 2014 9:42 AM
|Chris||Gosnell and Nelson|
Darlene, Thank you for all you do. It is greatly appreciated.
Dora Gosnell, # 79279897 is the same as Dora Gosnell Nelson, # 77010625. I added her middle name, Isabel.
I found an error on her son, William Cummings Nelson # 77274672. However, it is not your error. The stone is etched wrong. DOB is shown as 1802 and DOD as 1807. His parents, Dr. Charles H. Nelson, # 77274643 was born 1867 and Dora born 1882. They married in 1898. Curious that no one has questioned that, yet.
Dora's paternal grandmother, Mary Holcombe was my 3G-grandfather, Absalom Holcombe's daughter with his first wife, Elizabeth Smith. His 2nd wife and Elizabeth's sister, Caroline Smith, was my 3G-grandmother. Some family!
I am trying to get Dora's and Charles's children connected to them. Slow going.
Thanks again for what you do. Chris
Added by Chris on Nov 03, 2014 3:24 PM
|John Russell Pierson||Mildred Cowart|
Thanks for the pics!
Added by John Russell Pierson on Oct 02, 2014 6:04 PM
|GP - Searcher||Earl Risner #112465731|
Hi Darlene; You've requested that I connect Earl to 1st Spouse, Mary Adams Risner. I have made the link to wanted to let you know, if you didn't, that Earl's first wife is living. Thanks for all you do for Find a Grave!
Added by GP - Searcher on Sep 08, 2014 11:39 AM
|lassdm||William K. Carr|
Would you be willing to transfer ownership for William Kindred Carr? Find A Grave Memorial# 76940128 in the Ozan Cemetery, Hempstead Co., Ark.. He is my husbands ggg grandfather.
Added by lassdm on Aug 26, 2014 10:01 AM
|Barbara Byrom Short||transfer of Anna Jean Boyd Short|
Thank you so much for transfering my mother in law, Jean Short to me...
And thank you for adding her to find a grave. We also have family in many of the Pike Co, Cem you include
Your hard work and dedication is valued greatly.
Barbara Byrom Short
Added by Barbara Byrom Short on Jun 15, 2014 10:33 PM
|DJ Kiess||Jerdie Lee Cornish|
Darlene, thank you for adding my father to your list. But I believe it to be incorrect. He had 2 full brothers Olin Cornish & David Cornish. He also had 3 young sister that died. One was Mae Dean who lived to be 2 & Lola about 1 & one not named. He also had a stepmother after his mother died at age . Then his father John Columbus Cornish married Francis Cornish. They had one son named Glenn Francis Cornish who died in Hot Springs.He did win bronze stars & fought at the Battle of the Bulge.I was my grandfather's only granddaughter.I use to live in Cherokee Village but am now in Indianapolis, Indiana.I had to replace the stone military at the foot of his grave because the Bronze one was stolen.Thank you again for the help. I wondered where you got all these names? Donna Cornish Kiess
Added by DJ Kiess on Jun 01, 2014 12:17 PM
|Volunteer #46577499||Hello - and thanx -|
I have added marriage info to Mrs Orrick-Warren's page, in the bio section ... as per Find A Grave guidelines:
"Last Name: Last Name as you would find it on the tombstone, if the interred had more than one marriage or other possible spellings please place this information in the bio and use the family links."
As we both know, Find A Grave has amended/changed the 'rules' numerous times. As I have had multiple spouses, it would be impossible to add (with hyphens) all of the name changes I have experienced! therefore - when creating my own page, I have opted to list only my birth (maiden) name in the search fields, which is how my marker is engraved.
I applaud and honor your objective - "...I am trying to provide as many family links as I can on Findagrave, so that those who can't afford Ancestry.com can have this added information..." and I continue to invest numerous hours in additional 'volunteer work time', for the same reason!
Best wishes to you in this shared labor of love!
Added by Volunteer #46577499 on May 14, 2014 10:44 AM
|Travis Neville Hopson||Hipp Family Thank You|
Thank You so very much for all your hard work and dedication to Find a Grave. I really appreciate the transfers of all my HIPP Ancestors from Ozan Bingen Cemetery.
Added by Travis Neville Hopson on Apr 06, 2014 1:58 AM
I have added his picture.
Added by lassdm on Feb 23, 2014 3:23 PM
THANK YOU! As I sat here researching, once again, a new hint from Ancestry, I check out my new information, leading me to Hempstead Ark., leading to me to Ozan Cemetery. After researching W.K. Carr for more than 10 years and only knowing an approximate DOB I find a picture of his tombstone!
Added by lassdm on Feb 23, 2014 3:19 PM