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|Please feel free to use any photo I have taken of your family members headstone in any way YOU see fit;I am not one of the current "photo snobs" who demand permission for use of their "copyrighted photographs". I take them FOR FAMILIES and in the interest of "historical preservation",not for my own gratification. I will gladly transfer ANY memorial I've created that YOU wish to maintain; will apply logical "edits"-please do not send endless "edit requests" for things like "headstone transcription" when it is perfectly readable in the photo i.e.-military service.|
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|DAVID MARTINEZ||RE: Ignacia Cano|
Wow, thank you Janet!
|DAVID MARTINEZ||Ignacia Cano|
Thank you for all the work you do!
Memorial 131961871, for Ignacia Cano has the wrong spouse listed.
Alexander Read was her child.
Her husband was Benjamin Franklin Read (1811-1857)
|Joyce Edgar Phipps||Clem Wilson 19340291|
I was wondering if you would please add Caroline Sikes as the first wife of Clem Wilson. She had 12 children by him. Not much information on her except she was born Oct 1854 and died before 1905. I have a marriage date of 1865 in Palo Pinto County, Texas but I really hope that is wrong because that would make her only 11 years old when they got married. Thank you.
|DynaMics||RE: Jose Gallegos Jr|
Good question, maybe remove it for now then whenever he passes it may be updated later
Added by DynaMics on Apr 06, 2017 3:53 PM
|DynaMics||Jose Gallegos Jr|
Hello Janet. I left you the birthdate for the mentioned gentleman. He is still a living person whom his parents have the future resting place for.
Added by DynaMics on Apr 01, 2017 9:43 AM
|Nancy D.||RE: re: Bessie Owen|
Dear Janet-Thanks so much for taking the time to double check on my question. I live in the Kansas City area and I would love to visit Silver City and pay my respects. Again I appreciate your help.
Warm regards from Bessie, Belle and Blakely's family in Missouri.
Added by Nancy D. on Mar 27, 2017 9:42 AM
|Dusty||The information of Oscar Stewart|
How can I contact you about changing some of the errors in that piece. They were my grand parents.
Also part time place for me to live.
During the first 18 years of my life I lived with
most all of the people, as who could or would have me for a while.. That is not a complaint, just to let you know, I know the girls are married to the wrong people, one of them is not listed, and 1 name is a close family friend of the one not listed, and I don't know how to spell
Georgie Georga Faye Savage.
I am going to be at cemetery, on the morning of March 8 2017, early, with luck.
Oh I just thought, can you change that once it is done? I thank you much in advance of any thing
Added by Dusty on Feb 27, 2017 8:02 PM
|Sally Davis||RE: re: Samuel Crawford|
Again, thank you so much for updating Samuel's memorial bio so quickly. Yes, I would love for you to transfer management of it to me. Would you be willing to also transfer his brother, Sgt. Commodore Perry Crawford's, memorial #166921783 to me as well? Also, thank you so much for adding the obit to Perry's wife's memorial.
I am now trying to piece together Samuel and Perry's parents, Samuel Crawford and wife, Ruth? When I do, I'll link them all together. Thanks again for your wonderful help.
|LC||John Von Kuster|
Added by LC on Nov 16, 2016 11:01 AM
|Sally Davis||Commodore Perry Crawford Memorial #166921783|
I am excited to tell you that I found Commodore Perry's brother, Samuel Crawford's, gravesite which you originally created (#40742357). I've sent you edits on new info I found. Apparently, they both enlisted in Co. K, 32nd Reg't OVI and Samuel didn't make it out alive, being killed in Atlanta. Thank you for all the time you put in and work you do to preserve history. I really appreciate being able to contribute to your memorials.
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