|Glenn and Tracy Morrow (#46631129)|
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We enjoy going to cemeteries. We are researching the names Dugan, Edwards, Jensen, Morrow, Nolen, Burnett, Wilcoxson, Bucy, Lohr/Lore and Pritchard/Prichard among others.|
If you find errors on any of our interments please e-mail us and we will be glad to fix them. Unless we are related to the individual, we will transfer any memorial if you are related, no matter how remotely.
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|Genealogy Bug Kate||RE: Hazel Powell|
I got the 17 Oct 1891 date from "Kansas, Births and Christenings Index, 1885-1911" on Ancestry. It also shows that she was born in Montgomery, Kansas. I got Sycamore (which is north of Independence) from another family researcher but there is nothing documenting that is where she was born, so could very well be Independence. She was 28 when she got married and 58 when she passed away. Based on those ages and the dates of occurrence they support the birth year of 1891. Also, note on her tombstone that it lists her birth year as 1891 as well.
Thanks for posting my family's stomes from Pomona, CA
|Homer King||RE: Julius Barzilla Willey|
its an old family name passed down from generations and is almost miswritten on everything. My 2nd Great Grandfather was Barzillai Willey IV and its spelled that way alway the back to Barzillai Willey I. it's from the Bible. and just about every Willey family had a son named this. And I have found it mispelled quite often.
|KimberlyAndersonBloodgood||Thank you so much!|
You are both doing an incredible amount of work. As predicted, I asked for more, and probably am not finished yet :)
|KimberlyAndersonBloodgood||Thank you for the transfers!|
I have more relatives in the Artesia Cemetery, so I will probably be requesting more. Thank you for all the groundwork, it is truly appreciated.
|deanna french||FAG # 15620145 Nehemiah J. Leavett|
Nehemiah J. Leavitt was a Native son of Vermont, being born in Warren, Vt., and serving on the 8th Vt. Inf. during the Civil War.
May I use the photo that you contributed to his Find A Grave Memorial, to post on the Vermont Civil War site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive credit for this.
Thank you for your consideration.
|Richard S. Wilson||Take over two memorials.|
I would like to take over two of your memorials, they are Memorial# 11005747 and Memorial# 10227505.
These are my parents. Thanks,
Richard S. Wilson (#46550140)
|Chloé||Marriage and Death Records|
Hello Glenn and Tracy,
THANK YOU for this exciting information.! What an eye opener! I can't believe I've been into researching the family for 25 yrs. and had NO idea those records could be viewed online. This is PHENOMENAL!!!!
A million thanks,
Added by Chloé on Mar 14, 2017 7:36 PM
Hello Glenn and Tracy,
Thank you so much for the transfer of Elizabeth Marshall's memorial to me. I so appreciate it!
You mentioned on her memorial that her birthdate was as per her death certificate. Is that located online? I'm going to the Hall of Records in Norwalk first chance I get to look it up. -Is there anything I can look up for you while I'm there?
Added by Chloé on Mar 13, 2017 10:39 AM
|Carolyn Wroughton Smith Bradshaw||Pamela Wroughton Smith, Westwood Village Memorial Cemetery Los Angeles|
Thank you for adding the cemetery photo to my infant sister's Find A Grave memorial page. I am most grateful for your thoughtfulness as it identifies where she is memorialized.
My brother Ron and I had the marker installed when we finally confirmed Pamela's dates.
My mom told me about taking the bus from Culver City to Westwood in the 40s and beyond to stop at the cemetery and remember Pamela who was 'buried' in the baby rose garden.
She tried, before internet, to formalize marker.
Your efforts and kindness are appreciated and important to the story.
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