Thank you for sending her to me. I have made mistakes like that as well. I appreciate you doing that for me and for Jomama.
Added by JHarrison on Jun 09, 2012 8:13 PM
|JOMAMA||Theola Gleason # 91539089 Goodland|
Pat , I made an error and transferred over to you instead of the proper person.
Would you please transfer he over to JHarrison # 47104118.
Added by JOMAMA on Jun 08, 2012 11:50 PM
Added by JOMAMA on Jun 08, 2012 11:45 PM
|Larry Leighton||RE: Richard V. Linnell|
You've got it. Have a great weekend!
Added by Larry Leighton on May 31, 2012 4:07 PM
|Larry Leighton||RE: Richard V. Linnell|
You're very welcome! When I looked-up his record to see which one he is, I saw that I had failed to add a photo of the Veterans Memorial erected at the cemetery. I've added that.
I would be happy to transfer management of the record to you if you want.
Added by Larry Leighton on May 31, 2012 8:00 AM
"Pictures on Memorial #41925043 & 41925069
May I please use the pictures that you have posted on the memorials for Richard Cleo Linnell (#41925043) and Ida M. Graham Linnell (#41925069) in the Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Kansas City on my Ancestry.com tree?"
I am DEAD set against giving anything to Ancestry.com. I found out recently that once you upload pictures they become the PROPERTY of Ancestry. There is a way to "link" to Find A Grave. I hope you understand. I would be glad to email you a copy of the originals for your own private use.
Added by SMG on May 30, 2012 2:07 PM
|ADD||RE: Lowell Eugene Hawks Memorial #70574308|
Transferred Lowell and Rita to you.
Feel free to use the pictures any way you wish.
Added by ADD on May 29, 2012 7:42 AM
|Oldergraver||RE: Linnells in Farmingdale Cemetery|
Hi Pat thanks for the complement. Since they are your relatives I will turn them over to you to do as you want. could you go to any one of them on the edit button and make the change. Its so much easier for me to find. Also I most likley have the originals of the gravestone. I have to reduce them in size to put them on Find A Grave. If you are interested in them for family trees I will send them. Deb
Added by Oldergraver on May 20, 2012 8:44 AM
|Laurie Edmunds Reeve||RE: Memorial# 44659|
No I didn't already have the information but used my smart phone to google the Utah Burials Database while I was at the cemetery. Good-luck with your continued genealogy quest (it can be pretty addicting) =)
Added by Laurie Edmunds Reeve on Apr 03, 2012 8:34 PM
|Laurie Edmunds Reeve||Memorial# 44659|
There is no grave marker for your 2nd great-grandmother Medora A. Wells [plot: B-1-12-8]. Her marker should have been two spaces north of Enock Linde [B-1-11-6] and one space east of Elvera L. Johnson Campbell [B-1-12-3]. I found both Enock and Elvera but there was no marker for Medora. I checked the cemetery records and learned that Medora's husband, Luke F. Wells should be in the next space south of her [plot: B-1-12-1] and their child, Walter H. Wells should be in the next space north of her [B-1-12-7]. There were no markers for either Walter or Luke. So sorry!
Added by Laurie Edmunds Reeve on Apr 03, 2012 2:17 PM
No problem and no accusation about the chalked stones. Many, many people still routinely do it, not knowing it is wrong.
Based on my own experience repairing the damage that it causes, I try to point out the problems with doing it.
I'm glad that you are among the "enlightened" - I wish that many in my area were as well. It has become quite an issue here, especially in some of the old mining town cemeteries where the stones are especially fragile.
Added by Mike on Mar 01, 2012 5:33 PM
I have posted the photo for Iola Stephens that you requested. I also posted a photo on Ira's memorial as well.
I noticed that a number of photos of gravestones you have posted have been "chalked." If you are doing that, please stop. Not only is the practice against the Find A Grave rules, is illegal in most areas, and it is also very destructive of the stone.
I recently spent nearly $5000.00 to have several family gravestones restored because someone had chalked them. The chalk never washes completely away, and contains oils and waxes that trap moisture causing cracks in the stone.
Added by Mike on Mar 01, 2012 2:52 PM
|Beth Sparrow||RE: Theodore Bartholomew & James H. Roseberry|
You're welcome. Yes I already had the photos. I have photographed that cemetery through block 15 or so, but am SLOWLY working on adding the photos. That's also why there's nice green grass on one of those; I took the photo in July. There would be brown grass there today.
Added by Beth Sparrow on Jan 30, 2012 8:38 PM
|JAN CUMMINS||RE: Stella Gordon-Diamond Grove Cemetery|
I'm more than happy to add her. Thanks for catching my oversight!
Added by JAN CUMMINS on May 09, 2011 3:10 PM