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I created the memorial and uploaded the photo for George Kenneth James and in transferring his memorial page to you, you would then be able to write whatever you wanted in the bio section (add family information or something personal). In the photo section you could add up to 5 photos (20 photos if you decide to sponsor the memorial). I clicked on the flower that you left on his memorial page and that link took me to you is how I found you. I have James' in my family history but none from Missouri as far as I know. I hope my explanation made sense and I'm happy to transfer his memorial page over to you, it only takes a click on the keyboard.
Added by Jami on Jan 02, 2009 7:41 PM
Well DANG... I always used to write down what all those markers said then for some reason I stopped.. are you talking about the star marker on Minnie's side of the grave? I enlarged the photo and the one on William's side was for a World War.. I could not make out the writing on the marker on Minnie's side but usually it is because she was a member of a veteran association.. wives of kind of thing.. I don't think this is a DAR marker.. but you have my curiosity up enough that I will need to take a second look next time I am in that area. I have only seen one other DAR marker in all the photos I have taken. But her's does have a star in the middle... If you are talking about the strange looking marker on John's left side of his stone.. well the right one is for World War II I am thinking that the one on the left is for a veteran's organization again.. but not real sure either as I can read no inscription on the enlargement. :-( So sorry I left this undone... I will look again the next time I am there.
Added by Hiesela on Jan 02, 2009 6:49 PM
You are welcome... glad I could help. Happy New Year! :-)
Added by Hiesela on Jan 02, 2009 5:04 AM
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Hello: If you want me to transfer his memorial to you, let me know.
Added by Jami on Dec 10, 2008 7:09 AM