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I welcome information or a correction to a memorial. I do not double-check the auto edits, as I don't have time, plus, I think you would have.|
I like to link families (and also women's maiden names) as that has sometimes been the only way I found a daughter, wife, or mother.
If you find an error, please notify me; AND, please use the white Edit tab at right top of the memorial, even if you have a question about a memorial, the suggestion email will take me to it. I will know exactly who and what you are writing about without entering names, and memorial numbers to look it up.
I will transfer a memorial if you are a relative, and I'm not related, but I'd expect you to transfer if someone else asks you and they are closer kin.
I honor veterans (all wars) with a flag, or floral tribute, especially if they don't have one.
With the "new edit" method, I don't always write a 'thank-you' nor do I expect one. We all have plenty to do to keep up. BUT, be assured that I do APPRECIATE any addition/correction, or PHOTO REQUEST you fulfill for me. Please accept this as my thanks for your efforts.
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|DOAllen||RE: Wm. Mack, Steuben NY photo|
It was an adventure, very much enjoyed. I wen there looking for Samuel Mack Jr, Williams father. Samuel lived with William as of the 1865 census and I hoped we would find him, but we could not find a marked stone. There were two stones for two of Williams wives, both named Eliza. The first eliza died when she was 26, the second when she was 48. If you look at Eliza on Find a grave you will see photos of both markers. The cemetery is completely overgrown and there are at least twenty five informal headstones.
We also found Samuel the 3rd in Chenango Cemetery in East Woodhull. Photos of his and his wife, Polly's were added today.
My family line is Samuel Jr., Zadock, Betsy Mack. Some claim that Zadock and Farzina are buried in Allen Cemetery in Young Hickory but there are no visable stones.
You are welcome to comment back of course.
Added by DOAllen on Apr 23, 2017 5:44 PM
|Raymona||RE: Sinclair, again|
wvy: Sorry that it does not help you, but it never hurts to ask. Thanks for your compliments and you also have helped this site to be what it is today.
Good luck with your hunting.
Added by Raymona on Apr 19, 2017 11:24 AM
|Raymona||Harry A. Sinclair|
I typed Mr. Sinclair's obit on his memorial. I thought it would be easier for you to check. I do not have any other information, as this was in an old scrapbook of my mother's.
Raymona # 47237415
Added by Raymona on Apr 19, 2017 1:23 AM
|Nadeen Sobottka||RE: Nellie Josephine ANDERSON, Wis|
Hi, thank you for the explanation, her memorial has been updated. Regards, Nadeen
|Nadeen Sobottka||Nellie Anderson|
Hi, not sure what you want me to add to this memorial. Are you stating that Elmer had a first and second wife? Can you explain? Regards, Nadeen
|Donna Goodwin||RE: Rev. T.W. Dore, ME|
You are one person who goes above and beyond and now others can see your efforts. Again TKU and so glad you posted on Trues' memorial.
|Donna Goodwin||Rev. True Worthy Dore|
Winnie, his Find A Grave memorial was finally transferred to me. I added his bio and a screen shot of the page you provided from the FWB conference and cite you as the reference. TKU and god bless.
|Joanne Scobee Morgan||RE: Frank VERY, Mt. Hope, Brown Co. KS|
Oh, I'm STILL working on them. Like a dog with a bone. lol.
I found that both Edmond and his mother died in California. I don't know that they would be brought back to Kansas for burial, but there was nothing for either of them in California. She went to California after her husband died and was there with Edmond until she died. I'm not surprised because she went there with her younger son as well when he was attending some classes there. Her huaband died while she was away. She was very close to her sons. I know she would want to be buried next to them, not in California.
Edmond served in WWI and signed up for WWII, giving different birth dates for each. His 1st and only marriage was in 1943 when he was 53. It ended in divorce. I'm trying to find that wife now and think I have.
I never found an article telling what that younger son died from. But they did put into the newspaper a thank you for all the flowers, etc. that were sent, so I know about when he died.
That last name Very is VERY hard to find. If you request that name, every very in every article comes up. Their name might as well have been and or the. lol.
I wish death certificates in Kansas were free and online, like Missouri's are. But, alas, they aren't.
|AMichael||RE: Wm. Monroe Yandell, edit|
Mary An Pruitt was indeed Wm Monroe Yandell's first wife, but Mary Ann Butler was his third.
There's a forum post from Martha Frances Yandell's granddaughter naming Butler as Martha's mother. Martha Frances Yandell was the sister of Cary Allen Yandell and William C "Bud" Yandell.
Unfortunately, that time period lacks death records or any others that could really clear up whose who and buried where in all this. I'll keep looking for more information.
Added by AMichael on Mar 07, 2017 3:22 PM
|Dan Tripp||William M. Rogers Grave Photos|
You are very welcome for the grave photos. Your note of thanks is greatly appreciated.
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