Peanut came up in 1983 and i think he was 17-18 years old when he died. so John would have known him for about 2 years or so.. if my memory serves me right.
|Andrew Balcom||Memorial Transfer?|
Would you be willing to transfer my Uncle memorial, to me?
Uncle: #131676888 John Myron "Myron" Moore, Sr.
I would really appreciate it if you would. Thank you for taking the time of creating it in the first place. Thank You so much, Andrew L. Balcom
( https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=131676888 )
|Phillip Howland||RE: Martin Howland|
There is a good possibility, but I am now sure. My father was Martin Ray Howland and my grandfather was Philip Howland.
I am curious as to why you ask though
|LANDA BLAND KEANE||Relationship|
So glad to know that you are my cousin xo
|Sheila Harrison||Thank you!!|
Joy, thanks so much for taking the photo of the marker for Wilholmina Sumner Lott, Memorial #130932672.
|Patti Carleton Sanders||Jerry Salis|
Hi, I added the photo for Jerry today. thought you might like to see it.
I appreciate the kind words. That means a lot! I was thinking about 2 of the Salis's I transferred to you. They were in a different section near the front. It was on Fern St. I did a volunteer photo one day in that area and I did some test shots, meaning I just walked the Section from end to end and take 1 or 2 photos at random on each row. I take those name and see if they are on Find A Grave and if most aren't I then go and photograph the whole section. The two Salis markers were taken during those random photos. There may be others in the same section.
I am trying to catch up on my photo uploads. I have thousands yet to load for the memorials already created. One at a time! There is still probably 50,000 or more graves at Evergreen with no Find A Grave memorial. I will keep my eyes open for Salis's. God bless.
Added by Johnny on Mar 22, 2013 6:22 PM
|Johnny||RE: Thank you|
Good evening Joy,
I remember when I started on Find a Grave a lady named Barbara Lehman in South Carolina helped me so much finding and adding family members that I was really impressed and touched. Someone that I had never met went out of their way to help. That is what it is all about. Pay it forward, it is a great feeling for all involved. We all have to do our parts for Find a Grave to work . There are so many graves that still need to be added. One at a time we will get there one day! Good luck and God bless.
Added by Johnny on Mar 21, 2013 9:25 PM
I transferred some memorials to you. I know you will be able to add more to them than I can. That is when Find a Grave works the best, when we all work together. God bless.
Added by Johnny on Mar 21, 2013 6:28 PM
I added the links to her parents. I am glad you are finding relatives from some of my contributions. That is the reason I enjoy Find a Grave so much. It is a great tool.
Added by Johnny on Mar 21, 2013 6:17 PM
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