|Ellen Manuel (#46547415)|
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For any edits that you have sent before 2/11/2015 that hasn't been done please resubmit. Ellen is ill right now and she asked chcobe to do her edits for her. As of the above date a joint email address was set up for Ellen and chcobe. Please keep Ellen in your thoughts and prayers.|
Please review Find A Grave's transfer policy: "Transferring of management should only be requested If you have extensive changes to make to a memorial. You can add photos and suggest corrections without having to request management. Simply having someone in your family tree is not grounds for a management transfer request. With hundreds of thousands of contributors, we have many overlapping family trees and it would be impossible for all contributors to manage their entire tree.
Second, Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren."
PLEASE BE PATIENT IF YOU ASK FOR A LARGE NUMBER OF MEMORIALS TO BE TRANSFERRED - I DO HAVE A LIFE.
We live in central North Carolina. My late husband is from Barren County, KY, so a lot of the genealogy that we worked on is from that area.
Our main surnames in NC are McDade, Foreman, Weaver and Lashley. In KY Kerley, Branstetter, Jenkins, Simmons, Chism and Howard.
We have taken digital photos of tombstones in our area which are then posted on Cemetery Census.
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|Linda C. Walters||Maggie Bell Conklin Perkins|
Please transfer Memorial 27625368 to me. Maggie was my great aunt.
Linda Conklin Walters, Find A Grave 49197067
|Margaret C||Duplicate removed|
I deleted the duplicate W B Wagoner at Walnut Grove. Thanks for the heads up!
|Audrey Blackman||William T. Butler|
Thanks so much for the correction and the transfer.
I so wish I could find where James Alexander Butler was buried. William being a half brother and his mother having divorced his father in 1855 does not help any but one day perhaps I will find out this information.
William's half brother, Alfred Alexander Butler from a previous marriage is my great grandfather. I have an old picture of Alfred hanging in my living room. It's one of those oval thick glassed framed pictures. About 12 X 20.
I have copy of the divorce papers here if anyone wants a copy. Divorce in 1855 was so rare. And for the judge to have given her the custody of all three kids was interesting. I do know her father had a lot of money and a huge farm.
Thanks for your time in this matter!
PS. Still trying to figure out where James Alexander Butler is buried. Nobody seems to know.
|Audrey Blackman||Find A Grave Memorial# 32665984|
Concerning William T. Martin.
He is half brother to my great grandfather. Their father, James Butler, was married to William's mother in 1848.
She was from Barren County, KY and daughter to Charles and Mary Martin. Once married she moved to the county of her husband's residence in Adair Co. They had three children together.
In 1850 the family moved back to her father's farm in Barren County. Her husband left her to move back due to his disagreement with his father in law. (So he stated in the divorce trial.)
She, however, stated he was cruel and had a bad temper and she was afraid for herself and the children. She opted for a divorce in 1855 and it was granted. She then changed her name and the children's names from Butler back to her maiden name of Martin. She then later married a Davidson, a widower nearby. When he died she moved to Oklahoma near a brother.
William T. Martin's father was James Alexander Butler. He was son of Zidnor and Martha Bell Butler of Adair Co., KY.
I located Susan's burial place and added her as William's mother. Have no idea how James Butler Martin was added. I did not add him and opted to edit it to have it removed.
Thanks for your time in this matter.
|sherri schaefer bagby❦||Bagby / Depp|
Thank you for creating and processing updates for Bagby / Depp family memorials !
|MB Miller||NB Scott #32666101|
Thank You for correcting error.
|MB Miller||NB Scott Photo by Sandra|
I am writing to inform you this photo by Sandra does not belong on this grave #32666101.
I uploaded it to my great grand dad's grave, and it belongs there ONLY. #18755098
PLEASE, Do not mix these people up. Thank You!
|1koolkat||Find A Grave Memorial# 32666101 Napolean B Scott|
Would you mind helping me with some information on the Scott Family?. My great grandmother was Matilda Frances Scott Arnold. She is the sister of N B Scott. Is His DOB in 1858 or in 1869. Kentucky Birth records show 10 jul 1858. Kentucky Death records show DOD as 1934 and being 75 which would make his DOB about 1859 His grave marker shows 1869. There is another Find A Grave Memorial # 18755098 with te same picture but different DOD's and different cemetery's. Please dont be upset with me for asking. I just want to know which one is which. Thanks so much for your help. You are now in our prayers for a speedy recovery.
Added by 1koolkat on Nov 15, 2016 4:35 PM
|Brock Bierman||Irby Rhew|
You created a memorial for Irby Rhew back in 2009 and wrote the following:
Note: This Is The Grave of Irby Rhew Bound Out In 1819 by His Mother Polly Rhew To John Redmond, Sr., To Learn 'The Art and Mystery of A Hatter' Married Artelia Browning In 1831. He Is Said To Have Chosen A Rough Stone From The Eno River As His Tombstone
Do you know where this came from?
|Crystal England||Mary Eva England #15656483|
Mary Eva England is actually Mary Eva Williams she was married to my husbands second great grandfather Albert. The parents attached to her are not her parents. Her parents were Isaac Norman Williams and Elizabeth Estes (per her KY Death Certificate).I have not found her parents listed in find a grave as of yet so I have no numbers to change them to.
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