|lana (wahl) mckinny (#46945537)|
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I hope to eventually get our family and loved ones entered onto Find A Grave, so that they can be remembered by future researchers and genealogists.|
I am open for corrections or additions, feel free to contact me.
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|hubach88||Moody # 38426008|
Lorenzo Moody was the grandson of Asa Moody born 1828,. Asa doesn`t have a memorial ,his grave cant be found , but he is burried in Luling Texas, I have a Photo of Asa Moody , he was my great,great,great,great,grandfather ,. Lana Are you related to the Moodys , I`m not interested in any memeroial transfers just curious .
Added by hubach88 on Jan 28, 2017 3:40 PM
|Chris||RE: Duplicate Herbert Wahl in Wilson Co., Texas|
I don't think there is an automated method for merging duplicate memorials, but there seem to be at least two ways of reconciling such a situation:
1. The fist approach involves one owner contacting the other owner, and gaining agreement about which one can be deleted. If there are photos or notes of value on each, then some of these need be moved over to the remaining memorial. Preference is usually given to the memorial that is earliest and/or has the most information (photos, family links, etc.).
2. In some cases, the 2nd owner does not respond at all, or respond favorably, to a request to reconcile the duplicates. In this case, the question can be submitted to Find A Grave administration. In this situation, Find A Grave determines which information gets merged.
Added by Chris on Jan 08, 2017 9:44 AM
|barbara chesebrough||Mrs. Lou Redfield Smith|
This lady was daughter of Henry Prentice Redfield and Sarah Card. They had a daughter, Louisa, born in 1855 and she died the same year. They had another daughter and named her Louisa as well. She was born in 1857. She married William Byron Smith in 1880, and died in 1930.
I have transfered the memorials of the brothers to you.
|Nancy Yankie Sidarous||ENGLANDS/BURRIS|
I've run on to some of your memorials through researching my family and you have some memorials of people related to me by marriage. I wanted to tell you what a wonderful job you're doing and how important it is, as I'm sure you know. Thank you. From a fellow Texan, Nancy
Sad. Thanks for your help with that.
Added by ALC on Mar 31, 2015 3:39 PM
|Laura V||Eleanora Wahl Baumann|
Transferring Eleanora to your care. I am not related.
Added by Laura V on Oct 29, 2014 10:26 PM
|armymom||RE: mckinney fam cemetery|
There is a McKinney Cemetery on Find A Grave but it has different people in it. that is why I named this cemetery the McKinney Family Cemetery. I think the man that created the first cemetery never actually went to the cemetery. I think he had family that he didn't know where to place and just placed them there. I have been going to that cemetery for 50 years. All of my family is buried there and in the Lann cemetery just a few 100 yards up the road. I have pictures of the cemetery and of the headstones. Samuel Spencer Howell and Sarah Rebecca McKinney Howell are my great-grand parents and Josiah McInnish McKinney and Mary Lann McKinney are my great great-grand parents.
Don't know all about the John Kitchens marrying James Lann's widow. Will be interesting to check that one out. Will let you know what I find. Thanks for the info
Added by armymom on Aug 30, 2014 3:37 PM
|armymom||RE: mckinney fam cemetery|
Thnx. I really enjoy posting stuff to help people in their quest.
Added by armymom on Aug 29, 2014 6:06 PM
Samuel Spencer and Sarah Rebecca McKinney Howell are my great grandparents and I have been going to their cemetery since a was a child and I have wondered why no one had them on Find a Grave. So I added the cemetery and put their gravesites on there. I love it. It is sort of paying respect for them. I think that is the only picture of them that I have but if I find more, I will post them
Added by armymom on Aug 29, 2014 2:12 PM
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