|Diane Winters (#46906439)|
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|Cheryl Hayes Bramlett||Reallie E Hayes|
Dianne, I am a granddaughter of Reallie Hayes. I would like to know if need other information about his children. He has 2 other sons and one daughter that have died, plus there were two small children of grandma and grandpa that died. There are 3 living sons and 2 living daughters. Please le me know how u reasearched the information. I see where my grandfather was a WWI vet and I have a great great great grandfather that was in civil war for the south. This info I have only verified on this site. I would love to verify from other records and possibly see if I have a relative that fought in the revolutionary war. Can you give me some pointers? Thank you.
Cheryl Hayes Bramlett
|Bennett Dickson||Thomas Gadd Abigail Johnson|
First, many thanks for the excellent work that you have done with the Asbury Cemetery and the William Johnson Family.
I am helping a descendant of this family with his application for the Sons of the American Revolution. Specifically, I understand that William Johnson deeded land in Shelby County to some of his children and I am hoping that you might have a suggestion for us to follow to obtain copies short of a visit to the Courthouse.
Thank you so much for our help.
Genealogist, Henry Leavenworth Chapter SAR
|MT1950||RE: Photos of Obits|
A bit more about the Proudfoot "photo"..... I should have added the state the paper is inn in the documentation I did provide..probably didn't think of it as most of my "additions" to memorials are the hometown paper....... MT....... you could add that for proper documentation. Still will get the page # for you later. Some of the bios Find A Grave has posted on memorials for me that contributors have not responded to - did not have the page # and they added them anyhow... so maybe that is a forgivable error in their minds.....
I had loaded the photo of the clipping in March of 2016 over a year ago....it was not posted May 18, 2017. (Just to clarify your note on the memorial)
Thanks for all the help
Added by MT1950 on May 18, 2017 8:46 PM
|MT1950||RE: Photos of Obits|
Thank you... I am aware of the Find A Grave regulations - I only added the photo of the clippings when I did not get a response from you for some time, after I sent the edit -- am not sure of the date that I sent it, but after not seeing it added after sometime - I put the photo up as to not lose the information. I'm glad you transcribed it. If you didn't get the addition edit.. I'm not sure what would have happened.
I did document it with the paper name and the date... I will see if I can get the page # (it is a very, very small town paper and I must not have recorded it) I will send it when I have time to look it up. I did delete the photo.
I now send biographies to Find A Grave, when I do not hear from the contributor as per what Find A Grave told me to do.
Added by MT1950 on May 18, 2017 7:28 PM
|Bev Boyer||Mary Lynch|
Thank you for the obituary on Mary Lynch. It does seem the obituary had an error in names of parents, and birthplace. Obituaries add so much to the memorials.
|Deborah Blair||Hefner Pics|
Thank you so very much for taking time to fill my request. The pics look great and are most appreciated. Deborah Blair
|arrowkeeper||RE: Paul McDowell Marker Photo at Crown Hill|
You are very welcome.
|Brenda Johnson||RE: Shrum Cemetery Marker Photos|
I changed the last name on Dowell to McDowell. I usually use foil with a damp sponge if the stone is in good shape to get an impression. It never hurts the stone but I didn't do it on this one. I have no idea why I didn't. Had to on some others at that cemetery. Thanks for the other idea on the crayon suggestion. Also, appreciate your sources and hunting them down for the last name so it's correct.-Brenda
Thank you so much Diane for the transfers.
|Cemetery Haunter||David Achey|
Thanks. Since the dates were so different I didn't think he was the same person.
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