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Thanks so much for the speedy edits, Kristen.
Enjoy a good week ahead!
Added by Sheila on May 07, 2017 3:23 PM
|Velcro||RE: Cornelius Page|
You are very welcome. I try to sponsor all of my direct ancestors, when they are not already being sponsored. It is my way of honoring those who came before us and made us what we are today. Regards, Linne
Added by Velcro on Mar 25, 2017 7:53 PM
|Patricia Brittingham Secrest||RE: Emma Parsons|
Thanks for making the correction to the Emma Parsons memorial so quickly.
I will send you edits to link her to her relatives. Thanks again,
|FRANKLIN D. SAMPSON||Obit Mary Elizabeth Tabler Linch|
Transcribed by Franklin Sampson, The Herald Starr, Thursday, 01 April 1926, pg 5
Mrs Mary Tabler Linch, beloved wife of Albert Linch, passed away at her home, 1247 Ridge Avenue, Thursday morning. Her death is attributed to a heart attack.
Mrs Linch was the daughter of Rev. Mr William and Elizabeth Ann Tabler. She was born in Wisconsin in 1860 and came to Ohio in her early girlhood. She came to Steubenville just after her marriage and has since resided in this community in which she was held in universal esteem.
She was a member of the Methodist Protestant Church and of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She was a good christian mother and will be greatly missed by her family and many friends.
Surviving are her husband and four children, Harry, who is on a business trip to Germany for the Domingine Ring Co., of New York City: Core at home; William, an architect of the Harsh Firm in Columbus and Mrs Morris Cope of Ross Park.
Three grandchildren and five brothers also survive. Her brothers are Daniel Tabler of Mannington, W. Va.; William Tabler of Grafton, O.; John Tabler of Lake Preston, S.D.; Owen Tabler of Salem, Ore. and Charlie Tabler of Dexter City. (Ohio)
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|Deb Dennis||Bramlett Connections|
Thank you so much. Can you tell me how you are related to the family? I appreciate it.
|clyde claxon||Mary Ann Anderson Claxon|
I try find the record that say she buried in Claxon Ridge Cem in owen county KY. I been to everywhere in owen looking for the record. Where does findagrave.com get it information please? Thank you for your time and your do a great job FTR.
|SLong||Requesting Permission to use Tombstone photos you've posted on Find A Grav|
I would like your permission to use the photos you've posted on Find A Grave that pertain to my family members
I'm working on the Stovall/Harrison/Brate Family at the moment and I found your tombstone posted for Norman Davis buried in the Grass Lake Cem., Antioch, Lake, Illinois. Memorial # 49663633.
Norman is married to my grandson's 2nd Great Aunt ,Catherine Harrison.
Thank you for taking your time to post the information and photos, for us, on Find A Grave.
Sheryl Frazier Long
If permission is granted I would post you in my files as Source:
Tombstone Photo[s] [date taken] Taken by [ Name ] Find A Grave [Permission to Use]
Family Photo[s] [date taken] Taken by [Name ] Find A Grave [Permission to Use]
Added by SLong on Feb 02, 2017 10:11 PM
|clyde claxon||Mary Ann Anderson Claxon|
Her tombstone on claxon ridge, can you tell where it at comepared to all tombstones? I been want to see it myself. I drove up there a few times look for it with no real idea where it at? Ty for you Time.
|Deb Dennis||Henry and Ann tombstone|
Saw your beautiful blog. Well done. I am writing to request permission from you to use your tombstone pic of Henry Bramblett in my Bramblette blog. My email: email@example.com. Thank you for all the good work.Deb
|Mary Achterhof||Find A Grave Memorial# 70341438|
Article from the Abilene Daily Reflector, Abilene, Kansas, 19 July 1888 reads...
Chicago, July 18 - Elsie Kelly, a three year old girl, who was bitten by a small dog a few days ago, died last evening. She suffered greatly on Monday, but her death was rendered comparatively painless by the free use of morphine.
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