|Janis (Newcomb) Dowd (#47010901)|
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I first discovered Find A Grave when I took a picture of a grave with my maiden name and wondered where they might fit into my family or if they did. Once I settled that curiosity I asked a genealogy group if there was a place to post the picture for others that might be looking for the family. That's when they told me about Find A Grave. Well from there I found more pictures of my families graves and know how good it makes a person feel when they find these things and learn more about their families. |
I have been working at this time mostly on one cemetery. If you find an error or have family that I have added let me know and I will gladly transfer ownership to you. These people lived interesting lives and they deserve having a memorial page reflecting that for the generations after them. If I have made a memorial for any of your family please let me know and I will gladly transfer ownership to you. In no way would I ever want to hold a memorial page hostage from the families they so rightfully belong to.
PS: Occasionally in adding memorials a glitch happens or a double click of the mouse occurs and unbeknown to me I accidentally add more than one. Please forgive me and nicely let me know of my error if you notice this. Thank you
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|Over5par||Ones T Bright|
Thanks for the info. Have updated his memorial. Have a Great day!
Added by Over5par on May 10, 2017 3:29 PM
|Sherry||Charles M. Butcher|
Charles & Mary "Mammie" Butcher are my husbands Great grandparents. I would like to give you some info to add. The M. stands for Milten. Here is a complete list of their children:
James Anthony "Jim" Butcher 1912-1966, Charles "Blue" Butcher 1914-1986, John William Butcher 1918-1974, Jesse Armistice Butcher 1921-1987 (the Find A Grave listing linked on Charles' page is incorrect. There is a correct Find A Grave profile set up as Jesse A. Butcher in Kansas.), Louis Ray Butcher 1925-1991, Patricia "Patsy" Butcher 1931-?. Charles was a meat cutter aka butcher, as was his father. Two of the sons continued with that family business Jesse and "Blue".
Charles and Mammie were regular attendees of the Frank Phillips "Cow Theives & Outlaws Reunion. The event started by oil man Frank Phillips in 1927. Charles & Mammie (and son Louis) are front & center in a photo taken of the attendees during the 1929 reunion, on display at the Woolaroc Museum.
I'd love to take over management of this listing if you would be so kind to transfer.
Added by Sherry on Apr 08, 2017 10:02 PM
Charles M. Butcher #36297614 is my husband's Great Grandfather. We have been researching the family line for some time now & have a great deal of information to add to his Find A Grave listing. Could you please consider transferring him to our management. (We only request transfer of direct family members.) Thanks for your consideration.
Added by Sherry on Apr 05, 2017 9:12 PM
36363457, Joseph M. Gott Sr.
Joseph was not a Sr., he was a Jr.
he is the son of Joseph McMinn Gott Sr. # 36426299
and Carrie Lou Mattox Gott # 36426314
|Over5par||Mary Golden Strader Scott|
Kinda odd isn't it. But when the "original" memorial is made and are linked to parents, the "original" memorial is always refer to in the sibling area (if there are other siblings), even its own memorial. Not sure why, guess its a Find-a-grave thing. Hope I explained that right. Anyway, if you would like me to transfer her memorial to you just let me know. Have a Great day!
Added by Over5par on Nov 12, 2014 11:07 AM
Email sent to above address.
Added by Wes T. on Feb 08, 2014 10:27 PM
|Wes T.||Oglesby Cem in OKLA|
In case you were wondering, the source on those "edits" I have put in (mainly plot numbers) -- is the book "Our People And Where They Rest: A Visit to 104 Old Cemeteries in Eastern Oklahoma," James W. Tyner, Maxine Tyner and Alice Tyner Timmons, American Indian Institute, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK. 1970-1985, (Library of Congress No. QE99-C5-T97) There wasn't a place for me to put that in the edit form.
Thanks for all your help! Best wishes.
Added by Wes T. on Feb 01, 2014 8:00 AM
|Linda H||Anna Pearl Holley Murphy|
Thanks for your sharp eyes---sorry I neglected to put Anna's maiden name, I've corrected it on her memorial. Linda H
Added by Linda H on Aug 09, 2013 3:26 AM
|Kathryn T.||Wilma M. Ford|
Thank you so much for transferring to me the memorial page that you created for my cousin Wilma M. Ford in Memorial Park Cemetery. This will enable me to link her with family. I know that you didn't have to do the transfer, so your kindness is greatly appreciated.
|Roni Yeats||Anna Szalla|
White Rose Cemetery
The tombstone has this persons name spelled Szala. Thanks for all your time and work.
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