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Graver Gal (#46890700)
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Bio Photo I have added a lot of memorials that I am not related to. If I have created a memorial for a family member of yours, please feel free to request a transfer.
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Patrick Walsh
RE: Thomas Scofield Memorial# 50578030
Last,but not least, thank you for creating a memorial for Thomas. Without it, I doubt very much if I would have found where he was interred.
Added by Patrick Walsh on Jun 21, 2017 12:11 PM
Patrick Walsh
RE: Thomas Scofield Memorial# 50578030
Thank you very much for your prompt response, GG. Did the death certificate also state that Thomas' parents were Curtis Scofield and Eliza Caskey? Did it state his birthplace was Port Jervis, Orange County, New York? Since the distance from Charleston, MO to Farmington (where the State Hospital was located) is reasonable, I can see that it's possible he died there. But, I don't see how the other information is correct. The Graves Co. Thomas Scofield had parents who were William C. (whom Thomas named a son after) and Mary. Thomas appears with them in the 1850 (5 yrs. old) and 1860 Census (16 yrs. old) records for Graves Co. Both records show Thomas and his father were born in Kentucky. While I fully realize that the Census records were imperfect, this seems to lend itself heavily to the fact that he was not born in New York.

Added by Patrick Walsh on Jun 21, 2017 4:53 AM
Patrick Walsh
Thomas Scofield Memorial# 50578030
The birthplace and death place information currently given appears to be incorrect for Thomas Scofield. This Thomas Schofield married Mary Elizabeth Yates and they moved from Graves Co., Ky. to Charleston, Mississippi Co., Missouri between the 1880 and 1900 Census records. Among Thomas' children was William C. Scofield who married Clara (nee surname unknown to me). This Thomas gives every indication of dying in Charleston, Mississippi Co. between the 1910 Census, in which he appears, and 1920 Census, in which he doesn't. His widow remarried a William Milner and she appears as his wife in the 1920 Census for Fulton Co., Ky. The information on the gravestone, its location in Mississippi Co., and the fact that his son and daughter-in-law are buried nearby indicate that this is the Thomas Scofield who was born in Graves Co., Ky. and who relocated to Missouri.
Added by Patrick Walsh on Jun 20, 2017 11:09 PM
Kellie Stilwell
Thank you!
Thank you so much for your help in finding a headstone for Orville Tedford. We appreciate you!
Warm regards-
Kellie Stilwell
Added by Kellie Stilwell on Jun 18, 2017 1:14 PM
albace2001
Roy Laster
Hi will you please transfer Roy Raymond Laster over to me?

Thanks
Added by albace2001 on Jun 17, 2017 3:35 PM
Lily Virdell
Thanks as always
Dear Graver Gal, Thanks for the quick attention to the edits I sent today for Bernard & Mildred Dalton. His mother was a (Zimmer) and her mother was a Blomeyer. The original Blomeyer couple, Henry & Henrietta came over from Germany about 1850 and had 6 children who lived to adulthood. One of them wrote a book "The Blomeyer Book and I am trying to add all the info from there and then some. No, of course I don't have a life LOL. Thanks again for your help and all. Lily
Added by Lily Virdell on Jun 07, 2017 8:33 PM
Shelley Penrod
Memorial
U made a memorial for my pappy
Can u plz tell me how I can find the location of his grave
Added by Shelley Penrod on Jun 07, 2017 3:04 PM
Lily Virdell
RE: Sort of a duplicate
Thanks so much for the reply and the offers, I contacted Topeka Tom and am waiting on his reply. Blessings, Lily
Added by Lily Virdell on May 29, 2017 11:12 PM
Lily Virdell
Sort of a duplicate
Hey Graver Gal, I always admire the work you do on Findagrave. I am flummoxed. You created a memorial for a Edna Morgan and included lovely photos, I may add. The memorial#66114052. Then a year or so later, Topeka Tom created a memorial for Edna Myrtle May (Morgan) Karr. memorial#93124233
Her gravestone says Morgan, her death certificate says Karr. She was married to Norven Merton Karr for one year before she died, they had one son together. Can these two memorials be merged? My research and the dates, etc. prove these to be the same person. What's to do? I want to add links? Any help with this matter is appreciated. Thanks, Lily
Added by Lily Virdell on May 27, 2017 9:55 PM
 

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