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MANY thanks to our splendid hosts at Findagrave! (now owned by Ancestry.com/) Findagrave enabled the option of linking families years after I uploaded my grave data. If you find people not yet linked to their parents, use the EDIT button to notify me.
Did you know Findagrave is one of the top genealogy sites? Grave markers deteriorate or are swept away by hurricanes, floods, strip shopping malls, new homes, or neglect. Please snap photos to preserve on Findagrave or to another family history website. FYI: Years ago when I first uploaded hundreds of grave photos, Findagrave had a limit of under 300 kb per photo--unlike today. Many of my photos are therefore cropped and quite small. I regret not saving the originals, but storage space was limited and time consuming in the days before thumb drives, apps and virtual clouds.
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Thank-you for sponsoring Frieda Howland's Find A Grave Memorial Site! If you would like to add additional bio information or a photo to her memorial, please do so!
Many thanks for your outstanding volunteer work for Find A Grave! It's volunteers such as yourself that make Find A Grave such a popular site, especially for those researching their ancestry!
With heartfelt thanks for all your many years of volunteer work with Find A Grave, and thank you again for sponsoring Frieda's memorial!
Sharon, A fellow FInd A GraveVolunteer
Links and edits made. Thanks so much for sending the additional information. I do appreciate it!
My 4th C 2x Removed, Audrey Alice Coffee sure resembles her Grandmother Nancy James aplenty.. TYVM for such beautiful memorials.The Bray line is our connection..
|Kerry Smith||RE: Wm. Henry Smith|
Thanks for transferring this page. I just returned home from Oklahoma where I did have the chance to visit Alberty Cemetery. The last time I was in that area was nine years ago. At that time, the road was impassable due to flooding conditions. It is not the easiest place to access but for someone who has family buried there, it was worth the effort. Also buried in Alberty Cemetery, actually next to my great grandfather William Smith is my great uncle John Wesley Manly and his daughter Phoebe. I was not aware that they were also buried there until I visited.
|GUSTAVO DOMENECH||Charles Edward Lord (43406936)|
Hello, my name is Gustavo Domenech. I am investigating and writing a book about a military aircraft accident that happened in Spain in 1973. Charles Edward Lord was one of the passengers along with his wife Georgia Pasuola that lost their lifes in the accident.
Would it be possible to receive a photo from his grave?
If anyone knows any relatives, please contact me.
|Brayden||RE: Hiram Archer|
Thank you so much! :) I enjoy the same thing. It all brings them back to life.
Added by Brayden on Apr 21, 2016 6:36 PM
|Cathy Porter-Maynard||THANK YOU, for all that you do.|
We've corresponded a few times in the past, regarding the various Childers families. Whenever I come across your name or memorials, I still wonder if our Childers ancestors might somehow connect in some way... (That would be nice).
I came across another of your memorials this morning and just wanted to take a moment, to thank you for your many years of careful research, genealogy work and contributions to Find A Grave. It's appreciated by so many. Once again, THANK YOU, for all that you do.
Peace and blessings,
|Fausset-Fasullo||RE: Alice Cora Parker No. 11777612|
Dear Norton, thank you for your offer to transfer Alice Cora Parker to me. It's up to you as to what you want to do, but I don't expect you to do that at all, you can transfer her to me, or you can keep her in your memorial, anything it okay with me. Thank you for your offer. If I ever have one memorial that you would like to have, just ask and I'll be happy to transfer to you. Again, thank you!
Alice Cora Parker No. 11777612
Lovely photos you shared to her wall. Today I rec'd notice you are sponsoring her page. Should you like me to transfer, I'd be happy to. (I have a memory that I've asked before, because I recall seeing the photos you shared a few years ago. Wonderful photos your family kept. I'm envious! Our photos seem to be scattered to the wind... My offer still stands, of course)
|Trina Galbraith||Nicholas Coffee|
Nicholas married Mary J. Linn on September 25, 1873 in Grayson Co., Texas. They had Sarah born 1876 and died about 1894 Scott Co., IL ( per family history) and William Duncan born 1881 and died 1964 California. Not sure if Nicholas died before 1884 as Mary remarried James Hyatt in Scott Co., IL. Mary was my Gt. Gt. aunt. In 1880 they were living in Johnson Co., MO.
|Mike Casey||Resurrection: BRACKETT|
Thanks for your time given to link Thomas' father to his memorial. And for all your other fine efforts as well.
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