|Leslie Ann (#47298082)|
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I am married and have three children and five grandchildren. Even though I am in Florida, I will always be an Idaho girl. I am hooked on genealogy and family history. I love fishing, camping (I really miss the mountains.) and football -- GO JAGS! I also collect cow salt and pepper shakers and crochet a mean afghan.|
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|Karen Rushton||RE: Milton Sant photo|
You are so welcome. Happy to do it!
|Bill E. Doman||Transfer|
Hi: My pleasure. Have a good day.
|Jeffrey Kearl||RE: Ellenor Pugmire|
|Jeffrey Kearl||Ellenor Pugmire|
I recently added a photo of Ellenor Pugmire's head stone/grave to her memorial. I noticed when I did that you had requested a photo. I've been working to add all graves for Laketown Cemetery and just happened to do her's this weekend.
I just added the death certificates for Charles E. Taylor and Thomas E. Taylor. Both buried at the Bloomington Cemetery.
Do you happen to know where Alice Cannon Piggott and her husband Matthew Simpson Reay are buried?
Hope to hear from you, Susan
Added by Susan on Jan 08, 2014 7:39 PM
|kent shepard||Mary (Polly) Henderson Allred|
Thanks for catching my error
I put her mother on her memorial
|Wes & Debi Grossnickle||Lorenzo Lewis Photo error|
Thank you so much for catching my load error, I have replaced it with the correct one.
|Chris Mills||Walter and Gertrude Hill|
|Chris Mills||Gertrude and Walter Hill|
They have been transferred to you. Please note in the near future I will no longer do corrections and transfer requests off of messages on my Find A Grave bio page, instead please use the Edit button in the upper right corner of the memorials and submit that way (if you want a copy of the addition/correction/transfer request please click the check box to send yourself a copy of the request). The site has gotten too big apparently and the messages pages are flaky to load, sometimes I have to reload the page several times to get it to come up and since the volume is such that I now have to access several pages to read all the recent messages it is no longer a reliable means of requesting transfers or changes.
What part of Idaho are you from? I am a Paris Idaho girl, and after 50 years, it is still home.
Are there any others in the Dingle Cemetery you would like transferred to you? Or any pictures you would like taken? (I was up there two weeks ago).
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