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|Ruth Benedett||Mrs John Frost Memorial# 84483211|
Her name was Eleanor De Godt Frost born 12 Apr 1909 in Sturgeon Bay, Door County, Wisconsin. Died 21 Apr 1946 in an automobile accident south of Hamilton, MT, just 9 months after marrying John Ashley Frost (28 Jun 1906 - 4 Mar 1983)
|Sandy Estlow||James August Franchimone|
His birthdate on his stone does not reflect the information you have in his bio.
|Joy DeFazio||RE: Luella vs Louella|
Now I gotta' remember where the correction was. . it had to be a Winemiller correction. . . I'll find it eventually. I'll remember to do the "edit" thing now.
|Joy DeFazio||RE:Mark Smith Mary Pence|
Did you ever find them?
I just was re-reading my messages and saw yours about this. There is someone I'll ask. . . Bill Hayes, as in the "Days of Our Lives" and Davy Crockett Bill Hayes, is a descendant of the family. I will ask him.
|OJ Taylor||RE: Irvin S Goff #122590778|
Thank you for bringing this to my attention I have moved them to the correct cemetery.
|Michael Cook||Ruth Belshe|
Hi my name is Michael Cook I am the grandson of Ruth Belshe. Seems my grandmother's information was mixed in with the incorrect Ellis family. Yes her father's name is Issac Cumberland Ellis(Jan 1872- 1916) he was married to Mollie B (Traw) Ellis (1874-1915) both died months apart in Texas. They had three children Robert Issac(1900-1978, Charles B(1903-1986 and Ruth(1905-200) I remember my grandmother Ruth telling me she had been raised by her Aunt and the 1920 U.S census shows she was living in Missouri with her Aunt Luann "Lou" (Traw) White husband Samuel White. Her brothers were placed with their Uncle John Wilson Traw. The U.S. census of 1920 shows their last names as Ellis and that they are niece and nephews of the Head of house hold. Please update the information regarding Ruth Belshe here in on Find a Grave
|R.||Ervin and Sarah Goff|
You contacted me about deleting my "duplicate" memorials for these folks.
Find A Graves guidelines state that thr first created memorial /in the correct cemetery/ is the one that remains, and memorials incorrectly placed are considered the duplicates, irrespective of creation. If a memorial is moved to the correct cemetery in an attempt to circumvent this, Admin can see that in the data log and can act accordingly to sanction the member attempting to "pull a fast one." For these reasons, I am declining to delete my memorials.
Ervin and Sarah are buried in Victor, not Corvallis. As such, my memorials are not only not the duplicates, they are the only correct memorials. I will not remove accurate memorials in violation of both Find A Grave rules and logic.
Please contact the contributor of their memorials in Corvallis Cemetery. Those are the memorials subject to deletion per Find A Grave's rules.
Added by R. on Feb 25, 2017 12:50 PM
|Diana Townsley||claude and florence cunningham|
I am looking for an obit for claude, d. 1965 and Florence Cunningham, d. 1964. These are great aunts and uncles I have been trying to locate info.
|Larry Alley||Duplicate Bonds also Jacob|
I asked for duplicates to be removed.
# 19504876 Mona Bond
# 19504807 Mary R. Bond
I am not related to these Bonds who come from Cecil Co., MD. If you are, you may find some new info on my Rootsweb.com site. http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=alleycats2&id=I2322
# 19484251 Preston Theodore Bond and his father
# 175578727 Jacob Bond
|Larry Alley||RE: Richard Bond|
Regarding St. vs. St
The standard practice on Findagrave seems to be to omit periods. Only a small percent of Saints use St with a period. Note that St Stephen has many more listings than St. Stephen listings. You might want to move yours.
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