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|C Zimmerman (#47238428)|
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Findagrave.com members have helped me in my genealogical research on a number of occasions and I am happy to do the same for others. Whenever I visit a cemetery, I take not only the requested picture, but pictures of other nearby gravesites. When I have the time I will walk through a whole section taking pictures, and then set up memorials for them on findagrave.com. I do this hoping that a family member is searching for them and will find the memorial someday. I am always happy to transfer management of a memorial to a family member if they request it.|
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|Mrs. Bee||RE: Emily Maverick Stoutenburgh Entwisle|
Thanks so much! I emailed Ivy Hill. Will let you know what they say.
Carrie White Avery's records are very good, and I know that Wesley Pippenger used them. So there's a chance that Emily is buried at Ivy Hill.
Added by Mrs. Bee on Mar 18, 2016 8:32 AM
|Mrs. Bee||Cora Richards 64523253|
Many, many thanks for your careful analysis of this memorial. I have deleted the link and removed references to Flora, just to avert future confusion. (At some point I might take a second look at the surviving church records to see if I can reconcile things.)
You are such a great researcher and graver. I always enjoy coming across your work!
Added by Mrs. Bee on Jan 20, 2016 4:55 PM
|James Allen "Jim" Rogers||Schlossman|
Thank you for making the Schlossman/Gerlach connections.
|Jay S.||Memorial Transfer|
Thank you for creating my g g g grandfather's memorial 65489959 T A Stoutenburgh. He had 3 wives...15 children.
If you would transfer maintenance to me, I would appreciate it. Thanks! Jay S.
Added by Jay S. on Jul 22, 2015 9:04 PM
|Brian S||Entwisle family in Alexandria|
I am happy to transfer your people to your care. I transferred the entire family unit to you - I hope you do not mind.
Sadly, there is a lot of confusion regarding cemetery boundaries in the Alexandria complex. It really requires an accurate plat map to get your head around the complexity when posting memorials/pictures in this area. I try to reduce my own confusion by starting in one corner of a particular cemetery and systematically going row by row until it is done. I am like you in that I like to take pictures of the stone AND surroundings and I am 100% certain that this memorial is in Washington Street Methodist.
I wonder if there are more of your Entwisle kin over in St Paul's? Perhaps some data got transcribed incorrectly by the DAR researcher...hmm.
Added by Brian S on Jun 03, 2015 6:45 AM
|Val Campbell||RE: Bernard Jackson Benton|
>Thank you for connecting me to his death certificate in British Columbia. From it I was able to add his wife's name, information about his death, and connect him to his father's and mother's memorials in Indiana. Although he's not a member of my family, it's always nice to be able to add more information to memorials I've set up in hopes that it will help the deceased's family members in their search of their family history.
You are most welcome!
Find A Grave is a great resource to genealogists and I am happy to help.
|Robin Poindexter||RE: Cynthia Millhorn|
Cynthia, I am a SELL'S researcher. Although this is not my direct line, I do specialize in the SELL'S of Kentucky and Tennessee.
I have traced Cynthia SELLS from the 1920 census backwards. Cynthia Ann SELL and Andrew Jackson MILHORN were married 17 Feb 1879 in Blountville, Sullivan Co., Tennessee. She is with her parents in the 1870 census of Sullivan Co., TN.
There are numerous sources for Cynthia's maiden name(i.e. there son, James Lester's California marriage record for familysearch.org.)
Need more? Let me know
|James Stone||Rosa Muriel Stone|
I am sorry. I saw your name on a message regarding this grave. Finda Grave 93179083
When I went to find the number I discovered it had been posted by Towsend. I will send the info to him.
Again, thanks for all of your work.
|James Stone||Rosa Muriel Stone|
Thank you for adding this listing. I visited the grave and noted the stone was damaged. I plan on returning to repair the stone. She was my aunt. If you wish you may amend the listing to include she was the daughter of James Henry Stone and his wife, Maggie F. Stone.
There are grave stones for Rosa Muriel and her mother. A check of the cemetery records discovered that her father, James Henry Stone is buried there but does not have a marker.
James B. Stone
|Paul Schuler||RE: Charles McKee|
Charles McKee is a very distant relative. At least 10 generations back to New England to a common ancestor. Thank you for updating his memorial. Please do not transfer.
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