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|vicky maclean||Josie Taylor, Ravenna Cemetery|
I have been trying to fill in some photo requests and this is one I have found no information on. there is also no information on the Fannin county genweb site for Josie and they have done a real good job locating old records, obituaries etc. If you could give me any other info that would be helpful I will see if I can track down info that indicates she is really buried here. For sure there is no stone - several of us have looked for it.
|Brian & Mo' Cross||Charlotte Blanchard Langley|
I have just come across this and have only just started researching Charlottes family history. From what I can see already she had an amazing life. Is there anything you can tell me or can I tell you something?
Please can you alter your page for Alexander Sutherland just a tiny bit ? He is not interred at Brookwood Cemetery . He is in the Brookwood Military Cemetery and there's a big difference.
|David L. McMonigle||RODERICK EARL DICK|
I noticed the memorial you created for Roderick Earl Dick in 2009. I created one for him in 2008. I will request a photo for my memorial. He is in my maintained family history. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks much.
David L. McMonigle
|Vicky (Hammond) Jasper #47572233||Ada Frier|
Please add her obit to her bio, as it add's history about her life. Thanks!
20477113 memorial #
Ada Frier packed a lot of living in to her 104 years. When she died Tuesday, she was Stanton County's oldest resident.
It was only a year ago that Mrs. Frier stopped making daily mail runs with her good friend, Grace Brown. "Sometimes, when the weather was pretty bad out, I'd ask her if she really wanted to get out in it, and she would say, "Sure, I'm ready...let's go" recalled Mrs. Brown.
Mrs. Frier would ride the whole 85 mile route, rolling down her passenger side window and happily stuffing mail in the 75 rural boxes. "Everybody on the route looked forward to seeing her, it was just like a big ole family".
She was joy at the nursing home, said Mrs. Brown. You never went there thinking you were going to spirit her up, because she always did you. She took in ball games, loved horse races and camping. She was just one fantastic lady. Her son Frank said that until about five years ago his mother still regularly rode her three wheeled bike up and down the streets of Johnson City with several elderly friends.
Born on Oct. 22, 1883 in Rush County, Ada Wallace attended school in Galatia and returned to teach grad school there after three years of college. She married John Frier on April 27, 1910 in Great Bend. Eventually the Friers opened a restaurant and hotel in Johnson City in 1929, where Mr. Frier continued to work for the Santa Fe Railway until he died in 1947.
Mrs. Frier went on to become the chief cook at the local grade school. Wen she was urged to retire at age 80, she took a job cooking in a town cafe. She just worked all her life, Frank Frier remembered. She loved to cook and she was one marvelous cook, added his wife, Betty.
Mrs. Frier was a member of the United Methodist Church, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Women's Auxiliary, Rebekah Lodge, The Jolly Dozen Club and a pinochle club, where according to her son she did most of the score keeping because she had the best head of it.
Survivors in addition to Frank Frier include another son, John of Chula Vista, California, a daughter, Emily Wartman of Johnson City; four grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.
Funeral services were Thursday afternoon at the Johnson City United Methodist Church with burial in the Johnson Cemetery.
The Wichita Eagle, May 20, 1988
|PrinceGeorgeGenealogicalSoc-KMS||regarding Peter Killian 64601792|
I would like this memorial transferred to me if at all possible. Peter Jacob Killian was my great grandfather and I would like to connect family members and to correct his name and personal information. A transfer would be much appreciated.
|Alan Rosborough||RE: Jane Ann Fairman|
I had already suggested some edits which still have to be approved.
I am not sure if it is you who approves the changes or if it is Find a Grave.
I went back into the memorial and tried to suggest edits but the site would not permit any further stating there is currently outstanding edits which require to be approved.
Kind regards Alan
|Alan Rosborough||RE: Jane Ann Fairman|
Thank you for your reply, as I don't often get transfers to be, please remind me what a SAC is or what I have to do to have this family grouping of grave markers transferred.
Thank you once again for uploading this grave it means so much to me.
Kind regards Alan Rosborough
|Alan Rosborough||Jane Ann Fairman|
Thank you for creating the memorial for my 2nd Great Aunt, Jane Ann Fairman (Nee Foster). I always wanted to find her becuase she was my maternal grandmother's aunt and my grandmother was named after her, she was named Jane Ann Fairman Foster, sadly my granny is no longer with us but I am sure she would have been delighted that I found the grave of the aunt she was named after and who emigrated from Co Donegal & Londonderry, Ireland to Canada before she was even born.
I have added other personal details and have linked her memorial to that of her parents who are buried in Co Donegal.
I have been researching my various family lines for over 30 years and would appreciate if you would like to transfer the memorial to me as it means a lot.
Thank you Kind regards Alan.
Sorry I sent you an edit for Joseph Sodder but it was Jr Not Sr.
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