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labs2006 (#47500545)
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Bio Photo PLEASE use the edit tabs for corrections, I have deleted my e-mail.

I enjoy helping others out. As well as working on my family history. If I can help in my area let me know. I will try to help get your photo and or obituary, if possible.

However, after going out of my way to get pictures and the such, I would appreciate it if Marcia would stop trolling the findagrave site and nit picking at my and "other" contributors work, effort and help. We are all adults, or so should be.

I am human and do make mistakes, just like the rest of us. (Whether some want to admit it or not is still out for debate. LOL)

If you find a problem, please be kind when asking for corrections to be made. Don't ASSUME that all the information on the memorial was made by me. You know the saying "DON'T ASSUME-it'll make an ass out of you!" LOL Most would agree that a polite contact is the best kind of contact.

In the event you find memorials that need to be linked. Please provide proof that it is husband and wife buried together. I've gotten wrong information. What a headache that was. So please provide proof. Thanks!!

Currently I am inputting information from cemetery books. I am not trying to have a bunch of memorials under my number WHO CARES???
What I care for is to list the forgotten, that didn't have a headstone or the headstone is missing for whatever reason. For those that are searching for loved ones. Not knowing where in the "county" they are resting. Since inputting the cemetery book info. I have had several people contact me because I had solved mysteries where their relatives are buried at. That has been rewarding. It trumps the "negative" ones.
So fellow findagravers, the cemetery entries are a great source for information, if you can't get out to cemeteries, entering from the cemetery books would be greatly appreciated.

This helpful info. below came from Eva Pippin Flowers (#47244686)
When requesting how to be able to click on name and then taken to their site:
< a href="">NAME< /a>

Please copy and paste the above statement and then delete the space between the first < and "a" and then after the last name< and /.

Found this wonderful writing by: Thelma Greene Reagan.

Today we walked where others walked
On a lonely, windswept hill;
Today we talked where other cried
For Loved Ones whose lives are stilled.
Today our hearts were touched
By graves of tiny babies;
Snatched from the arms of loving kin,
In the heartbreak of the ages.
Today we saw where the grandparents lay
In the last sleep of their time;
Lying under the trees and clouds -
Their beds kissed by the sun and wind.
Today we wondered about an unmarked spot;
Who lies beneath this hollowed ground?
Was it a babe, child, young or old?
No indication could be found.
Today we saw where Mom and Dad lay.
We had been here once before
On a day we'd all like to forget,
But will remember forever more.
Today we recorded for kith and kin
The graves of ancestors past;
To be preserved for generations hence,
A record we hope will last.
Cherish it, my friend; preserve it, my friend,
For stones sometimes crumble to dust
And generations of folks yet to come
Will be grateful for your trust.

God Bless America!!!
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Regarding John Carnahan #70290474 and Nancy Black Carnahan's photo, is there an original that could now be scanned with better resolution? Also, what was the source for this photo? I'd like to add that to the photo. Thanks!
Added by Juli on Aug 05, 2017 8:20 AM
Catherine McIntosh Greenup
Thank you very much for the transfer, it is appreciated!
Added by Gilly on Jul 27, 2017 5:53 PM
Catherine McIntosh Greenup
Hello, Catherine is my 3rd grt grandmother. You are welcome. Thank you for your words.
Added by Gilly on Jul 27, 2017 2:26 PM
Diane Koenig
link correction.
Memorial #114746661 for John B. McCabe shows a newspaper article telling of his wife and child dying on same day. The article should say his wife and grandchild died the same day. My previous post with the article of grandmother and grandchild show this. Just needed to let you know the other article is misleading, and that's probably why the relationship links are messed up. Thanks, Diane Koenig
Added by Diane Koenig on Jun 25, 2017 5:20 AM
Diane Koenig
Need birthdate and relationship correction
Hello, could you please correct Memorial #114747729, the parents listed for this young child are not correct. The listed parents are actually his grandparents. Notice Catherine Wagner McCabe died April 3, 1876, the day after her grandson died, who actually died on April 2, 1876. Please see newspaper article below. This proves the relationship of the grandmother being buried with her grandson. Thank-you for correction. --Diane Koenig

The Macomb Journal Macomb, McDonough, Illinois
Thursday, April 6, 1876 page 3

A Sad Case of Sudden Death.
Only Sunday last, a little boy, son of A. J. McCabe, four years of age, died after a few hours sickness. The sudden death of the child was a sad bereavement to the family, and especially to the mother of Mr. McCabe, an old lady living in his family. She took the death of her grandson greatly to heart, and Monday before the funeral, several times made the expression that it was sad that the child just entering life should be snatched away, while she, old and decrepit was left to live on.
While the family were at supper, the members were startled by a sharp cry from Mrs. McCabe, and at the same time horrified to see the blood spurt from her mouth in a great stream. The aged lady fell over and immediately expired, death having ensued from hemorrhage. Preparations for one funeral, were changed to arrangements for two, and Tuesday the funerals of grandmother and grandson were preached at the Baptist church, and their remains were laid side by side in two graves in Oakwood cemetery.

Note: Sunday, April 2, 1876 A. J. McCabe son died. A. J. McCabe is Andrew J. McCabe.
Monday, April 3, 1876 Catherine Wagner McCabe (Andrew J. McCabe's mother) died.
Added by Diane Koenig on Jun 25, 2017 4:38 AM
Jay Wright
James J. Crawford 168636135
Thanks. I corrected memorial 168636135, added a thanks to you, and linked the memorial to his parents' memorials. Much appreciated.
Added by Jay Wright on May 25, 2017 5:23 AM
Delisa Stiverson Crawford
Silas Preuett
I noticed on your Find A Grave page for my 3x Great Grandfather, Silas Preuett you have his father listed as Reuben Pruett,my 4x Great Grandfather a revolutionary patriot.

You submitted copies of what looks like a bible. Where did you obtain these copies of the bible pages? We are trying to do research for a historical organization and would love to obtain a better copy of them.

Thank you so much for your assistance in this matter.

Delisa Crawford
Beaverton, OR
Added by Delisa Stiverson Crawford on May 12, 2017 3:31 AM
Jerry Jackson
George Washington Coghill
Hi, my name is Jerry Jackson and George is my great grandfather. Through our local Mid West Genealogy Society here in Wichita, Kansas, I'm doing a research project on George during the civil war. Are you related to him? I'm looking for more information on his time in the civil war. I did find one error on the marriage date and you can check this out if you want. He was married to Sarah Jane Eiffert on Mar 31, 1864. It's on her find-a-grave page and I have a copy of their marriage record page book. If you have any further information for me please contact me.
Jerry Jackson
Wichita, KS 67204
or call or text me a 316-214-3795
Thank you for anything you can give me.
Added by Jerry Jackson on May 07, 2017 3:07 PM
James Bruce Ioppini
Arthur Edgar Zimmerman
Wife: Dorothy Mae Milby Zimmerman was born in Perry, Pike County Il. and died in the same town.
Children not on record:
Dorothea Maxine Zimmerman Ioppini, born 1911 in Watertown, Il. died in 1972 in Bakersfield, CA
Donald Zimmerman Born and died in IL
Lon Zimmerman Born in IL and died in CA
Dorella June Zimmerman Stephens, born and died in CA
Added by James Bruce Ioppini on Apr 29, 2017 11:36 AM
Linda Green
RE: Find A Grave Memorials 120081434 & 120081558
Thank you. And thank you for all your work on Find A Grave.
Added by Linda Green on Apr 05, 2017 10:05 AM
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