|Peggy RIGGS KOPP (#46933045)|
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Researching RIGGS in AL, TN, MO;|
WELLS in IL, MO, AR; COLEMAN, TN, MO.
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|James R Beltz||Silas RIGGS|
Hello, I would love to fill in the missing infomation on his wife Ester HAYES. Are you a direct descendant of him and her? I take the hays all the way back to Edmond Hays and Jemina York from Sandy Creek, Randolph County, North Carolina. Ednond was a Rev. War soldier. I have a Hays Fb group called DSCENDANTS OF EDMOND HAYS AND JEMINA YORK please free to join us. my email is email@example.com
|Audrey DeCamp Hoffman||James Franklin Gouge|
In my research I found a death certificate for James Franklin Gouge, and I created a memorial for him. I have spent a couple of days getting all the information gathered and linking him to the family that I found. Then I set out trying to find a direct descendant to transfer my work to.
I found that you had left flowers on his daughter's memorial, and I was delighted.
I am taking the liberty of transferring his memorial to you. James Franklin Gouge is a distant in-law relative to me and not any real relationship to me.
Take good care of his memorial.
I also found that you have a website and I will be spending a lot of time looking at it.
God Bless you for your wonderful work.
|Twist||RE: Morris Hertlein, 63028714|
I am sorry, I sent it to the wrong contributor. Would you kindly send it back to me? Thank you.
Added by Twist on Jan 06, 2014 5:34 PM
|JanFamily||RE: Photo for Ebba L. KOPP|
Glad to do it. I was in the area thought that I would try to photograph as many grave sites as possible at Lakeside as I could. My grandparents are buried in the Riverside cemetery, which is just down the road from Lakeside.
If you would like copies of the whole pictures of Ebba and Arthur's graves that I took, let me know and I will email them to you. They include a little more of the surroundings of gravestones. I will admit that I "cleaned up" the stones with Photoshop to hide a bit of bird poop before I published the images on Find A Grave, but since you don't get a chance to go out to Michigan much, you may still want them.
|Jackie & Ralph||transfers|
Please refer to the F-A-G Guidelines. Nephews, nieces, cousins, aunts & uncles are not within the Guidelines, as set by Find A Grave.
|Jackie & Ralph||transfer requests|
Please use the "edit" tab for transfer requests. Too many mistakes occur when not using the SAC.
When requesting transfers, please make sure the relationship is within the F-A-G Guidelines.
|Wilda Graves Patterson||Henry Calvin Riggs|
At this time I would like to keep this memorial. This is my friend's great-grandfather. She is not a member of Find-A-Graves, so I am maintaining the memorial for her. ............Wilda
|Mary||RE: Arthur Kopp|
Your welcome to the memorial. My comment on using the numbers comes from the fact that I do all the e-mail for our local Society. We have over 17,000 memorials posted on Find A Grave and I get as many as 20 requests a day to update, add info, transfer, etc. and it is much quicker to fill the requests if I don't have to look up the numbers and I think it makes it easier for others to make a quicker response.
Added by Mary on Aug 05, 2013 1:37 PM
You would make it much easier to make a transfer if you would include the number of the memorial and your membership number in your request. Then a person would not have to hunt for those numbers before the transfer can be made.
Added by Mary on Aug 04, 2013 7:17 PM
|Sue Cully||RE: Sarah E. RIGGS|
Hi, No I am no relation. Since finding findagrave, I choose a cemetery from each state and county with about a hundred people and leave virtual flowers. I wish I could go and leave real flowers for everyone, but at least a lot of people aren't totally forgotten. A few years ago a cousin of mine accidentally discovered a cemetery where several of our ancestors are buried. Her husband has a little hunting cabin out in the woods in Arkansas and she sometimes goes with him. On the way to and from the cabin she noticed this little cemetery and after passing it several times thought it was sad that there were never any flowers. So, she went to town and got flowers and put them on the graves. She noticed the names on the markers and saw that they were names of our ancestors and started asking questions and found out her great grandparents, gr,great grandparents and gr,gr,gr, grandparents are all buried there. This filled in a lot of gaps for all of us who are trying to do genealogy on the family. Anyway, I'm so glad you appreciate my effort. Sue Cully
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