|Amanda Fox (#47429422)|
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I am using the new "edit" feature that Find A Grave has added so feel free to send information to me this way if you'd like.
If you find a memorial that I have and have additonal information or corrections you'd like me to add feel free to send the information through the memorial. I'm always happy to add the additonal information that you provide. If there is a memorial or memorials you'd like transferred over to you just let me know.
(~~I'm personally okay transferring memorials no matter the relationship; Even if you're not related to the person you're requesting.)
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|carol mckenzie||RE: Hinze|
thank you for responding
I need to keep notes of whom I have contacted etc
have a good day
I am a Hinze but not sure these relate
do you have any further info on any of your Hinze
Carol Hinze McKenzie York Nebraska
from Boone co Nebraska
|Nathan Haines||James Barnard|
I added your info to James Barnard's page.
He remarried after his first wife died to Sarah Elizabeth Seits.
The obit you sent for him says he married Elizabeth Sights. That was a mistake the newspaper made in that obit. I don't know if you made the mistake of when they were married or if the newspaper made that mistake too and you did not catch it but they married in 1930, not 1903, Nov. 10, 1930 to be exact.
And, they married in Malheur County, OR. Another thought on that is that sometimes people get a marriage license in one county or state and have the actual marriage in some other county or state. Don't know if that happened in this case but James and Sarah Elizabeth are in the State of OR marriage index as married in Malheur Co., OR which is right by ID. There could have been some advantage for them to marry in OR as opposed to ID? I know people by the hundreds in the early 1900's would go up to Vancouver, WA from Portland to get married because basically it was a lot less expensive to get married in WA than it was in OR.
Sarah Elizabeth is in the OR death index as dying in Benton Co., OR, Oct. 10, 1940. I searched but could not find where she was buried. There is one file on Ancestry.com that says Sarah Elizabeth's maiden name was Hoover and her first husband was Manford Leroy Seits. Manford's Find A Grave #= 140534627.
|Evie (Greer) Schipper||check your edits tab|
I've sent a few edits for the Bruun's family of Buzzle Cemetery, Beltrami Co, Minnesota, USA.
This is my nephew-in-law family.
NO need to transfer them, if you would just link them and update their information I'd be grateful.
Thank you for all you've done with these memorials.
|Donna Spears||Gladys Morris 40989379|
Gladys Matilda Byerly Morris, wife of Jesse James Morris, is buried in the Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Orange County, California, memorial number 94534610.
If this memorial is for the same person, please delete.
|Marylin Richardson||Robert Widdowfield|
Hello Amanda, There is no information or evidence that Robert Widdowfield was ever a deputy sherrif in Carbon County Wyoming. He was a coal miner, along with my great grandfather, and a group of miners accompanied Tip Vincent, UP railroad detective, from Carbon to Percy while tracking the men who attempted to wreck a train at nearby Como. The detective asked the rest of the men to turn back and deputized one man, Widdowfield, to accompany him to follow the tracks. Widdowfiled and Vincent were killed near Rattlesnake on the north side of Elk Mountain while tracking the bad guys. Legend turned Widdowfield into a deputy sheriff but I have never found any records to substantiate this. He was working as a coal miner at the time. email@example.com
|Kathy Burr||RE: Oscar & Edna Hackett|
thanks!!! :) k
Elizabeth was the daughter of William and Hettie (Pringle) Weatherholt. the name on the death index was transcribed incorrectly.
Added by brknhrt on Dec 30, 2016 4:23 PM
|vjensen||Correction for memorial 40991094|
Amanda. Thank you for maintaining this memorial for my father, George Arthur Strasser. My father only had one wife, Wilma Earl. Another wife, Thelma Higley Whitney,has been added to his memorial but that is wrong. Can you remove her information? Also he did not serve in the Vietnam war. He served in the Army in World War II. Thank you so much for your help. Virginia Jensen
Added by vjensen on Nov 15, 2016 4:21 AM
|Georgia||Troy Fox Memorial|
He is my uncle. Please tell me if you know where he is buried. You originally created a memorial for him but now it is transfer to another. I need plot numbers etc. if possible. Trying to get stones for family who don't have them. Thanks!
Added by Georgia on Nov 14, 2016 4:39 PM
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