|Chuck Taylor (#46593732)|
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With transfers, I generally follow F-A-G's guidelines. If this is not acceptable, please complain to them. I have neither the inclination nor the time for it. Thank you.|
Many thanks to volunteers. It's what we do that makes this thing work! Remember that all contributors are VOLUNTEERS. We give of our time, money, and love of history. Please don't spoil our fun with unreasonable requests, unclear emails, and general ill will. Thank you.
To those who take the time, and make the effort to send a "Thank You" for photos taken in their behalf, I send a most hearty "Your Welcome" to you! Shame on the rest of you!
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|Cindy S Munson||William Anthony King|
Chuck, could you please add your photo for memorial #114574226 to memorial #39590917 mine is a duplicate and I need to delete it.
|Richard Wright||Barbara Fittipaldi|
Thank you for your "heads up". The second memorial had the last name misspelled. missing the "i" after the "tt". That memorial has been deleted.
|Kim White||Walter Whitbeck|
Hi Chuck. I have adjusted the dates per his death certificate. There are a LOT of newspaper clippings out there from what happened in 1908 and after. Do you want that story told on his memorial? --Kim
|Pat Wiggins||138141803 Leander Bigley|
Thank you for the great photo posted on the memorial for my gg-grandfather. The day that we visited the cemetery in April 2015 it was rainy and our efforts to clean the stone were not as effective as we would have liked. We gave it a good start! Your photo makes the carvings much more readable.
|Shari Milks||Hubbard cemetery|
Where did you get the information about the burials for this cemetery?
I have an obituary for Semantha but it doesn't mention where she was buried.
HUBBARD, MRS. STEPHEN
Mrs. Stephen Hubbard burned to death in Franklin.
Manitowoc Herald, 22 Mar. 1860
I maintain the http://www.2manitowoc.com
website. It's a genealogical website for Manitowoc county, so I need to know what source you have that she is buried there.
|Kathryn Johnson Duncan||RE: Hillard / Wrigley more...|
Okay from the TXGENWEB site I found Wrigley's gravestone pic and intrigued more...says he's a native from England, had to be a relative of Carolina's that she named her son after...more mysteries to be solved!
|Kathryn Johnson Duncan||RE: Hillard / Wrigley|
Okay, thanks so much. It might be Henry Wrigley Hillard,is there a headstone with any dates? I have found great information on TXGENWEB website with some interrments listed from records of the Episcopal church. Wrigley is the maiden name for Caroline Hillard (Sally's mother) and sister in law to Sarah Stewart, the other grave.
Caroline died of yellow fever in 1862 with her son Thomas Hillard. The yellow fever epidemic was such a mess, I am wondering where they all got buried. I would think they would have buried them there with her daughter..If you have a picture of Henry Wrigley's gravestone (or not), I will set up a findagrave file- It has to be her son, Carolina Wrigley came over straight from England with only her sister. She had no brother named Henry.
this is quite exciting for me...every day new tidbits of info come my way. I must go to Matagorda for a visit! LOL
|Kathryn Johnson Duncan||Sallie Hillard's parents|
Hi chuck, In 2008 you created Sallie Hillard's file, from Matagorda Cemetery (Texas), 31718164.
I am desperately trying to discover the place of her father's burial (1871 I believe) (and mother's), William Hillard and Caroline Wrigley. I don't suppose you recall what graves were surrounding Sallie's.
|Holly Bonorden Jentsch||Re: Laura & Friedrich Knipling|
I am unsure if I properly thanked you for the pictures of the gravestones of Laura & Friedrich Knipling in the Ganado Cemetery in April of 2015. I found a folder of old unread emails in inbox. Please accept my apology if I did not thank you at the time, I do so appreciate it!
|Sheri Berri A||Thank you!|
Thank you for the memorial transfer, much appreciated.
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