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"Getting it right is an essential element in preparing a record worthy of all acceptation of our family history and genealogy. To do so, family historians and genealogists need to use correct research, documentation, sourcing and verification practices." (J. Petty, Meridian Magazine, 2011) My memberships: Hereditary Society Community of the USA, Order of the Merovingian Dynasty, Order of the Crown of Charlemagne, Order of the Three Crusades, Baronial Order of the Magna Charta, General Society of Mayflower Descendants, Jamestowne Society, National Society Colonial Dames of the XVII Century, Associated Daughters of Early American Witches, Daughters of the American Revolution, United States Daughters War of 1812, Flagon and Trencher|
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|Paula Evans||RE: My Cousin, Ricky Ross - Memorial# 180019446.|
Hi, I wanted to kindly to let you know correctly for you, I was able to get gravestone photos of my Cousin, Ricky for all of us. Thank-you.
|T. Watson||John Whithall|
I am wondering what documentation you have that shows that John Whithall was a Baptist preacher. I am his great- great- great -granddaughter, and would love any information that you have.
|Darrell Landrum||Hudson Blankenship|
Hello, I was out and about yesterday trying to locate a grave to fulfill a photo request. Like many other volunteers here, I looked around the general area to see if there were other requests and came upon yours for this gentleman. Unfortunately, I did not find his grave, but think it is on private property. I approached an elderly gentleman in the area where Mr Blankenship's grave is shown to be. He said that he had lived in the area since the 1970s and never heard of Mr Blankenship. If you have any way of contacting the person who posted the very old photos of the graves to have them double check the location, pass that on to me and I will try again.
|Debbie Barr||Sarah Ann Rose West|
Trying to find death records for Sarah Ann Rose West and marriage records for her and her husband, William P. West.
Sarah buried at Sugargrove. Cemetery records destroyed in fire. William West buried at Spring Lake. I have his death certificate. My e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hi, do you happen to know what the inscription says on Elisha Parker's headstone?
|NancyJRR||RE: Almira Gee|
Photo stealing is a serious offense. Have you reported it to the administrators (email email@example.com)?
Added by NancyJRR on Nov 28, 2016 7:21 AM
|Jeanne Aagaard ||Peruville cemetary|
If you are ever in this area and want to give it another shot look me up I'd be glad to give you a hand searching for markers. Just email me I'll give you my number and we can arrange a time and date. In the meantime there are loads of
vanmarters in the groton rural cemetary. The link to those records is
|Judy||Luther/Olive Linderman - Seward Cemetery|
THANK YOU for bringing this to my attention. I looked really closely at the photo & you are correct. I thought it said LUther rather than MOther. I have made the changes & made a notation on Luther's grave that there is currently no headstone for this grave unless it is there & is covered by years of debris. Thanks again, Sincerely, Judy
Added by Judy on Jul 23, 2016 8:07 AM
|cara||Osceola and Rufus Thompson|
Osceola Thompson married Gertrude Beveridge, 6 Dec 1871, Springfield, Sangamon, Illinois. Osceola died 8 Jan 1873, of smallpox at Newport Barracks, KY. Their son, Del Beveridge Thompson was born 6 July 1873, Springfield. IL.
Gertrude married Rufus Thompson, brother of Osceola Thompson, 19 June 1881, Franks, IL
I don't know where Osceola Thompson is buried.
Added by cara on Jan 01, 2016 12:47 PM
|Linda McNeal Millerick||Jacob B. Myers Memorial|
Thank you for transferring Memorial # 105379499 in Dekalb, IL. I appreciate your creating his Memorial. I will try to add family information in the near future. You are one busy person.
Sincerely, Linda Millerick NSDAR
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