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|James Archer (#47046691)|
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Please do not request links to Burial Unknowns. Read the help section. This is a grave registration site.
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All grave photos taken and posted by me may be used by you in any non-commercial genealogical or personal need. I have no problem with you using them on your family web site, ancestry.com, family newsletter, etc.
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My primary interest is Archer, Wein, Kratsch, Jones, Brown, Beard, Weise, and Malzahn.
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56,608 Memorials Added
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You're far more experienced with Find A Grave ("Find A Grave") than I am. But I'm wondering about your absolute resistance to Unknown burials ("Please do not request links to Burial Unknowns. Read the help section. This is a grave registration site.").
Yes, Find A Grave affords priority to known burial locations over unknown burial locations. See, e.g., "How does Find A Grave handle duplicate memorials?" on the Help with Find A Grave webpage.
However, the fact that Find A Grave even provides choices other than grave locations ... e.g., "body lost or destroyed" where the "burial location is lost to history," or "Other" burial designations for cremations/ashes scattered, burials at sea, donation of a body to science, etc. ... seems to stand for the proposition that Find A Grave is first and foremost a place to memorialize and honor our dead, and only secondly a way to document cemetery grave locations. Just my humble opinion though.
Thanks for all your hard work on thousands of memorials.
James-Again, many thanks for transferring these dear friends to me. It is my honor to maintain these Memorials. You are so kind and I greatly appreciate the work you do for us. I have had some people who will not even transfer my family to me, but you are so thoughtful toward our feelings for ALL our loved ones rather it be family/friends/neighbors.
Thank you..Anna Huth
|Susan Bondurant||32630640 Pauline Dennis Church Glass|
James, I just want to say to you Thank You so much for transferring my grandmother's memorial to me. Thank you for the work you have put into it. May God bless you richly!
Thank you James for transferring the two Memorials to me. I also have another favor, there are three more in the cemetery I would love to maintain their Memorials, they are brother, sister and sister-in-law of Bertie Mae Carmoney Waddell.
1) Walter Jackson Carmoney #68627721
2) Fannie Prater Carmoney #68627763
3) Pearl Lee Carmoney #68627777
As I said, I grew up with them in Marion, they were very special people to our family.
Thank you...Anna Huth
Thank you so much for linking John Seaborn Byers and his son Monte 52982801.
Added by Connie on Sep 15, 2017 7:05 AM
|Victor A. Smith||John K. Clear 82721483 and Nanie Clear 82721471|
Mr. Archer, Would you please transfer to me these two Memorials? They are my Great Great Uncle and Great Great Aunt. John is the brother of my Great Grandmother Amanda Jane Clear Roberts.
|squadron a association||Trooper Carl H. Moore|
On behalf of the late Troopers of the 101st Cavalry ( Squadron A ), we THANK YOU and appreciate your help and support.
Squadron A Association
|brenda haubert||gail archer|
Are you related to Gail Archer 1899-1945?
I have run into a dead end for him
|C. Rogers||John Mosseller/Norene Mosseller|
I was recently looking at the cemetery records for my godfather (Charles S. Tison) in Fletcher, NC. I noticed a message to you from Barbara Howard with a question about John S. Mosseller and his wife, Norene Mosseller. My aunt, Louise Anderson, worked with Norene Mosseller at the American Red Cross in Asheville in the late 60s. Norene and my aunt were medical technologists there and I do know that Norene was not John Mosseller's first wife. I am not sure if she was his 2nd or 3rd wife. In addition, to being acquainted with John and Norene when I was a child, I was good friends with his great niece and grew up with her. I cannot seem to figure out how to pass this information along to Barbara Howard. Her instructions are not working for me, so if you would kind enough to let her know, I would be grateful. Thank you for posting the grave marker for my godfather as well. I appreciate it. Regards.
it's justice not Justus
Added by Rebecca on Jun 28, 2017 11:01 AM
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