|Amy Barry (#48059017)|
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I am interested in my main family lines of: Duff, Burt, Miller, Harrow, Turnbow and Larsen. I create pages of relatives or their spouses. If you feel there is a page that should belong to you please send me a note.|
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|Ted R. McDuffee||DUFF Family|
Find A Grave Memorial# 105825291
Interested in the info of birth dates etc. on the above grave. Would like to know where I can find proof to verify this info...
Thanks for your time.
|Susan||Richard V. Jones 47098376|
I noticed the headstone picture you added to the memorial of Richard V. Jones. Your picture is much nicer than the one I added. Do you mind if I make a copy of it for my family records?
Thank you, Susan
Added by Susan on Jan 23, 2017 5:44 PM
|Nathan Haines||Margaret Burt|
I just noticed that you made a page for this Margaret Burt and attached her to my third Gr Grandfather as his daughter. Hmmmmmm.
Where in the world did you get that idea from????
There has been an awful lot of research done on this Burt tree and there was no Margaret Burt 1813-1874 in it. One of the grandsons of Peter (1795-1845) who grew up in Scotland and remembers the trip over the ocean and where they lived in Scotland and then in the U.S. Wrote out a lengthy family history letter with everybody who was in the family clear back in the early 1900's before he died and there was no Margaret mentioned.
There were an awful lot of Peter Burt's in Scotland and as many Isabell Burt's as well.
I think you got this Margaret you found connected to the wrong Peter Burt.
|Bryan Anderson||RE: Jackson Clayton Gowdy|
Thank you very much. I really appreciate it!
|Bryan Anderson||Jackson Clayton Gowdy|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to the History of the 89th Division, Jackson Clayton Gowdy was slightly wounded on 9/15/1918, which means he was likely wounded near Flirey, France. 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 Jackson Clayton Gowdy (Find A Grave Memorial# 113458543) should I eventually publish something?
With warm regards,
|Brianna Butler||RE: Dallas Schneider|
Your more than welcome, I got it just in time.. started snowing a little bit ago and the snow we had, has melted. When summer rolls around, i'd be happy to take another one for you!
- Brianna Butler
|David Graham||Charles Frederick Lortz|
Charles Frederick Lortz is the grandson of my great grandfather Joseph Henry Graham. I have linked to Joseph all the known family graves. Apparently you photographed the Lortz grave 74785071 in May, 2013 at the request of some family member that is not known to me. I want to share our Graham family tree with the person who requested the Lortz photo. Please let me know if you can help put me in contact with those interested in Charles Lortz.
|roots4all||Thank you so much for filling this request!|
Thank you for taking this picture for my friend. It means a lot to me.
|sunfire333||RE: Nancy Bell (Byers) Chamberlain|
Thanks so much for taking a picture of her headstone. It's very much appreciated! :)
|Chuck Schubert||FAG # 101970965|
You have placed the wrong picture on Find A Grave # 101970965. Grant Rueckert Burbidge is the correct name with dates Jan 26, 1942 to Dec 7, 2012. These pictures should be removed and placed on the correct memorial.
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