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Do not ask for transfers here in messages.

I really do not like adding places of birth/death unless there is some documentation for the places. Please do not send birth or death places unless you have specific information about the birth or death place (obituary, DC, BC etc). Do not guess.

I do not add links to memorials where the final disposition has not been determined. Except for young children, I do not figure date of birth from age at death.

* Born : Baltimore MD - 1937;
* Married 1959 to my first and only husband;
* Children 1961 - 1971;
* Retired Feb 2000;
* First grandchild born in 1980;
* Youngest grandchild born in 2006.
* First great grandchild born 2012;
* Father died 1973;
* Grandson died 1994.
* Mother died 2006

I am working on finding the graves of the descendants of Anthony Yerkes which are listed in the Chronicles of the Yerkes Family With Notes On The Leech And Rutter Families by Josiah Granville Leach published in 1904, and on finding the graves of those people mentioned in Sketches of William Hicks, Abner Hicks, Jasper Hicks, George Harris, James Crews, John Earl and something of their Descendants With Comparisons of Present Conditions of Living With Those of Sixty Years Ago by Titus Thurston Hicks, printed in 1926 and reprinted in 1954. I have virtual cemeteries for those that I have found. My email is rafbeas at aol dot com Posting photos on FindAGrave does not automatically put them in the public domain. Please ask if you want to use any photos of mine and tell me what you want them for.

Use the Edit tab on the memorial to request transfers. NO other way of making a transfer request will be considered. Transfers outside Find A Grave guidelines will be assessed on a case by case basis. Please tell me your specific relationship to the deceased and explain what you have to contribute to the memorial that I can't add. I am glad to add any links (except to memorials with no burial location) or bio information that you send. Do not add obituaries as a flower.

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