|Kim White (#47499959)|
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All of the information that appears on my memorials is available to the public via on line records. The use of obituaries is allowed per the Fair Use Doctrine. Facts are not protected by copy right laws.|
If there is a grave that a family member would like to manage, just request a transfer. Additionally, if you would like to have a photo or a bio removed, just say the word. My only intention is to provide help to other people doing genealogy research. You are free to use the photographs I have taken.
I also welcome corrections and additional information. Please allow time for the correction as I work full time and can only do F.A.G. business as time allows. A correction I probably won't make is taking away multiple-marriage surnames, because although Find-A-Grave guidelines suggest limiting the surnames to maiden name and surname at time of death, those additional married surnames help explain the story of the family, especially when children from different marriages come into play.
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Amy Robbins-Tja..., April Gross, Cherie Byington..., Cynthia Cochran..., Don Ryniker, Edward Stephens..., Eric Lowman, JLORCUTT, Nancy, Philip Wilson, Robin Carr-Morc..., William Taber
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|sandi lewis - malburg||RE: Dolores Rafferty|
Thank you. No need to transfer she was a wife of an uncle. We are not blood relatives.
|Romona Powers-Perkins||Teresa Dawn Hartle|
Thank you for posting a photo of my daughter's headstone!
|serendipity||Andrew and Jennie Foreman|
memorials #133030763 and #133030882
I found some additional information, birth records of stillborn children for this couple. Two before Burl was born and one after. I did memorials for these two infants but I couldn't find the record for the one born first. Indiana birth records.
The biographies you did for Andrew and Jennie were inspiring work, I appreciate the effort in finding that material.
|Coni Dubois||RE: William Henry Harrison Pratt|
Thank you so much!!! I am so behind in answering these comments - I am in so many different projects also - all my research can be found on my blog at conidubois.com - I have a search engine - I have posted a lot on the Pratt/Trent/Nickerson families (my direct Maternal lines) feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org~ Willing to share all I have~
|PJ Smith||Thomas K. Walker|
Find-a-Grave Memorial #171190498. This is my great-grandfather. I have quite a bit of information on him and his family. If he is not a relative of yours, I would like to request management of this record. His name is actually Thomas Marion Walker - not sure where the "K" came from in the posted record but it is incorrect. One of his grandsons is a Thomas K. Walker so perhaps that is where. Please feel free to contact me about any additional information on this family.
Added by PJ Smith on Apr 12, 2017 2:52 PM
|Sherrii Williams||Samuel P Hendricks, Find A Grave Memorial# 122149580|
Are you connected to Samuel P Hendricks? Do you have any information on Samuel's life besides his parents and sister? It appears that my great grandfather, Harrison Osborn, and his first wife, Edith Tisdel, were married at his home in Plymouth, Indiana on 2 Feb 1899 even though they were from Michigan City. I would love to know what his connection is to them. Any hints greatly appreciated.
Kim, you're welcome.
Maude Covert's husband, Harold Fertig #70852763, was my 2nd cousin, twice removed. I've been trying to tract down "cousins" in hope of proving my McClure roots.
I always feel an accomplishment when I can reunite families on Findagrave.
Added by BLESSING on Mar 29, 2017 4:21 AM
Kim, great work on the bio!!!
Added by BLESSING on Mar 27, 2017 8:34 AM
|Lynn Cichon Ferris||RE: Bogardus accident|
Thanks for adding the article. It is very sad indeed.
|Larry Luna||RE: Herbert Kellison|
You're welcome! I have to admit I nearly gave up looking for Herbert Kellison, due to all the rain we had been having there was a considerable amount of overgrowth of weeds and vegetation and I could not find any of the lot markers. But I gave one last try and found his headstone, half under water. I cleaned it up somewhat but, maybe at a later time I may try to clean it up a little better after the grounds keepers have had a chance to catch up with all the mowing and trimming.
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