|RM Pittman (#46947193)|
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I've been 'graving' for a number of years and admit I'm rather addicted. My favorite 'graving adventure' is seeking out and recording/researching old or forgotten cemeteries. I love researching people's histories and including what information I can in the bios. Interesting facts, legend....whatever...I will gladly include any information (within reason, of course) to any memorial I have or to transfer management to family members. I will also be happy to share information I may have regarding sources. Though I frequently include death certificate information in bios, I choose not to post death certificate images on my memorials out of respect for relatives who may visit. I respectfully ask photo contributors to do the same. Information in edit requests, if not sent with a source or other supporting information, may be included in the bio. My interest is to gather and share information that may be interesting or even important to others who research their family. For that reason, I do not post 'virtual flowers' unless I can add something to the memory of the person. While I enjoy researching many memorials and sharing information I may find, I can not research them all and welcome accurate input.|
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|Bryan Anderson||RE: Frank B. Holland|
Thank you, I appreciate it!
|Linda DeVane Boyd||Thank you for taking the photo|
Thank you so much for taking the photo for me.
I do appreciate your kindness.
Thank you so much for photographing his headstone.
I appreciate your time and effort in doing this. It is nice to see the full stone.
Thanks so much!
Added by Jayne on Mar 20, 2017 10:31 AM
|Charles E. Carroll||Ann J. Carroll|
Thank you very much for the excellent photograph.
|Bryan Anderson||Frank B. Holland|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to the History of the 89th Division, Frank B. Holland was slightly wounded on 9/30/1918. His gravestone partially confirms he was a part of my grandfather's unit.
I'm not exactly sure where I'm going with my project, but want to eventually publish something. Would it be permissible to use your photograph of the grave of Frank B. Holland (Find A Grave Memorial# 39983617) should I eventually publish something?
With warm regards,
This grave 43716884 is my great grandfather could I please maintain his site
|Janice Hoilman||Madison Wilson|
This person is interred in the Major Cemetery, not the Buchanan. The correct memorial # is 13034984
|J Delity||RE: Sabre Harris photo|
You are welcome; I am glad that I was able to help.
Added by J Delity on Sep 05, 2016 6:12 PM
|Amy Harris||Annie Kelly Currie link|
|Amy Harris||edit request for # 49606705|
I put in this edit request a couple of weeks ago. If you are looking for proof of relation, I can tell you that this is my great-grandmother, Annie Kelly Currie. She was married to Angus Currie and died young in 1910. We have no idea why she was buried in another family's cemetery in Sampson Co when everyone else is buried in St Pauls. But she is most definitely the daughter of Mary Margaret Brooks Kelly and the sister of Andrew Kelly. There is no death certificate, but their marriage certificate is available online. I can try to answer any other questions you may have. Thank you.
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