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First and foremost. I am not and never will be a memorial hoarder. I will never have 94,000 memorials that are half way done. I will never complain and tell people to only send me 20 corrections a week. I will add all the information I have for the memorial and gladly transfer or update memorials with verifiable information. I have been on the end of hoarders including my mother and father's memorial and had to fight to have them transferred to me. Their obits were grabbed from the newspaper before we even buried them. I am not one of those people.|
To those newspaper obit trolls, just remember when the obit hits the newspaper the family is in the middle of funeral services and adding their loved one to FAG is far from their mind. Be considerate and when you are asked to transfer just do it, it is the right thing to do.
I started genealogy research in 1975 by asking my grandfather who was born in 1881 all about his family. My hopes are to track and find the locations of the graves of my ancestors.
I encourage everyone to be proactive and protect old cemeteries. Cities and towns are running out of land and cemeteries are being build over before families have a chance to fight back.
Consider having your old family cemetery designated as a historical site if your state has that designation and if not petition your state to create a program for historic family and community cemeteries.
I honour families and their rights to manage their loved ones memorials. I will transfer memorials which are not my family. Just E me.
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|G.B. Nichols||Norphlet Davis|
Norphlet Davis' widow, Eliza Hearin Davis, married James A B Flinn in 1841 in Clarke Co., AL.
|G.B. Nichols||67433558 Eliza Creagh|
Please remove the fragment of the 1840 census that you posted to Eliza Creagh's memorial. Thank you.
|Carole Gregory||Pvt David C Gregory|
Please review the information concerning David C Gregory on this Gregory family website for the true parents, wives and siblings of this David C "D.C" Gregory. My husband is a direct descendant of this David C Gregory
Thank you, Carole Gregory
|Joyce Wilson Harsson||RE: William Daniel New|
Marys Chapel Cemetery
|Joyce Wilson Harsson||William Daniel New|
In the photo of William with family, is that wife Hannah D. Wilson? If so, she is my great grandaunt! Please reply because I'm excited!
|Kay Bazemore||RE: Claud Smith|
Thank you so much for transferring maintenance. Are there other Smiths buried there?
|Judy Singer||Elisha Wilkins & A.F. Glover|
Hi, do you have any information about Elisha Wilkins father and mother? Did Elisha & Frances have any children? Elisha is my great-grandfather and I know he was married to Missouri Ellis first and they had a child, Edward Lee. Thank you for any help you can give me.
hi again, is your gloverfamily website not active?
|Catherine Carter||RE: Thomas Carter|
Great...thank you....i'll look on this side also. and thank you for turning over the Mary Huey's site to me...I've already added to it
|Catherine Carter||Thomas Carter|
Hi...i was wondering if you know this family personally. My Thomas Carter (1810-bef 1880) was married to Elizabeth Daniel (1818- aft.1880) in Crawford County, GA. they lived in Barbour County, AL from about 1850-??. Someone told me that this was my Thomas, but it can't be as the children do not match. Tying to find some who has tested DNA to try and narrow it down.
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