|Jean Quentmeyer (#46589738)|
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For those of you that are genealogy buffs, such as I am, you will understand that I am like a moth on a light bulb flitting all over the place. I work on one family line, find others with the same last names, get distracted and flit off on another direction. When I work on surnames, I frequently add non-family members that share the same last name.|
I am not invested in building up the number of memorials that I add. I am interested in people not numbers. I will leave the numbers to someone who might care :-)
I will gladly transfer any of your family members if they are not related to me or if you are more closely related. I do require that you send me an email request with your name and contributor number as well as the individual's name and memorial number you are requesting me to transfer. Too frequently I receive a vague request like please transfer my great-grandfather, John Smith, to me. There are too many John Smith's for me to deal with and I am not aware of any "me's" as contributors.
I have received a lot of "thank you's" for all the work I do on Find-A-Grave. You are more than welcome. I love helping people find their ancestors. I also love it when people help me find mine.
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My father served in Wisconsin National Guard with Edward. To honor Edward's serve it should read:
Co. "G" 32nd Division (Red Arrow) 127th Infantry - WWII. Red Arrow was a historic unit called up 10-20-1940. Thank you.
Added by sally jo on Jun 21, 2017 10:40 PM
|No Guts, No Glory||Lawrence Forton|
MANY THANKS for the updated information...happy taphophiling
Joseph Elias Rhule. He was the illegitimate son of Joseph Eugene Ruhl and LucyAnn Nunamaker. I have been to York County, PA and saw his baptism records where he is actually listed as illegitimate. His father moved to Randolph county shortly after his birth. His father enlisted in the Union Army and fought in the Civil War. He married an Angeline Fowler and relocated to Iowa after the war. He ended up in Kingfisher County OK.
|Judy H||Joan and Joseph Booth|
I added a wide shot for the photo on Joan's page. Joseph's page already had a photo of his marker. I put a note in the caption of the photo I added. I just added that Joan was cremated and her cremains are buried in Joseph's plot. There is no separate marker for Joan. I also added a photo to Theodore Nefstead's page. His marker is just to the left of Joseph's marker.
Added by Judy H on May 16, 2017 1:46 PM
|Jane Feldmann Cook||Rev. Joseph Courtade|
Thank you for your additions for Rev. Joseph Courtade. Jane
Lucile was first md to Fred Alkire on 8 Aug 1919
|Cathie Bailey||Majorie Hill|
Hi Jean! I have moved the memorial and added her full name w/maiden and linked her to her husband. Thanks for contacting me with the update and thanks for all you do for this website. =0)
|James Burke||RE: George L Strasser|
Thanks for contacting me. Yes, this is the George Strasser you're researching. I found the photo in an untitled book at the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum. I'll add a caption. The book had pictures of most of the local men and women who served in WWII, along with service details and family data. I'm not a relative. I just try to post a photo of these heroes when I find them. Hope this helps!
|Cindy||Edith B. Toner|
Update has been completed. Thank you
Added by Cindy on Apr 04, 2017 7:32 PM
Thank you for the reply and also for the transfers.
Added by wvmnt on Apr 03, 2017 6:57 AM
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