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Lucy Bowerman (#47169655)
 member for 5 years, 3 months, 5 days
C.Troillett
RE: Edgar Clayton Scofield
Lucy, My sincerest condolences for the loss of your father. I know this is a difficult time for your family, especially the holidays.

The picture of the other stone I mentioned is not worth uploading. The stone had a large clump of grass clippings on it which blocked most of the writing. The readable sections of the name are "To...ay Sc...eld" and the dates "...13, 1892" and "...1954". Sorry I could not be of more help to you.

Added by C.Troillett on Dec 07, 2012 12:55 PM

C.Troillett
RE: Edgar Clayton Scofield
When you manage a memorial page, you have the ability to update the material, connect the page with parents and spouse, etc. If you are the person who uploads the material to Find A Grave, you are automatically listed as manager of the specific page. When a page is transfered, the original person is listed along with the date the material was first uploaded to the site, but that person no longer has the ability to change anything. For instance, as a non-manager of a site I could sponsor the site to remove the advertisements ($5), upload pictures, and provide a flower memorial to the Find A Grave site, but if a change needs to be made, I would have to send the suggestion to the person actually managing the site. It would be up to that person whether or not to make the suggested change. Since Mr. Scofield is your grandfather, it only makes sense for you to manage his memorial page. It is very easy to do; just let me know if this is something you want to do right now.

Added by C.Troillett on Dec 07, 2012 11:29 AM

C.Troillett
RE: Edgar Clayton Scofield
Lucy, Would you like me to transfer management of this memorial page? I took the picture of the gravestone behind your grandfather's and captured both, so posted it. Sometimes things we view as "chance" turn out to be important. There was one other marker from your plot, but couldn't make out the dates. Will check it again. It was next to Mr. Scofield's marker.

Added by C.Troillett on Dec 07, 2012 7:52 AM

C.Troillett
RE: Edgar Clayton Scofield
Lucy, Would you like me to transfer management of this memorial page? I took the picture of the gravestone behind your grandfather's and captured both, so posted it. Sometimes things we view as "chance" turn out to be important. There was one other marker from your plot, but couldn't make out the dates. Will check it again. It was next to Mr. Scofield's marker.

Added by C.Troillett on Dec 07, 2012 7:52 AM

Julie Karen Hancock (Cooper) Jackson
RE: Scofields in Davidson College Cemetery
You are so welcome! Yes, I photographed all of the stones in Davidson College Cemetery. Any that I may have missed in translation I believe another volunteer has added by now. You may want to check with the caretaker of the cemetery as there may be unmarked souls in the cemetery.
Good luck in your search.

Julie

Added by Julie Karen Hancock (Coo... on Mar 14, 2011 9:22 PM

Max
RE: Re: R. C. Steiner
the records were translated by Frederick Weiser and are in a loose leaf notebook. In the acknowledgements it says the originals are stored for safekeeping at the Lutheran Theological Seminary in Gettysburg, PA

Added by Max on Aug 28, 2009 6:56 AM

Max
Frederick, MAryland Evangelical Lutheran Cemetery
you asked where I got the info to post. I have a book of burials June 4, 1771- Mar. 4, 1796 and marriages 1743-1811 for that church

Added by Max on Aug 24, 2009 11:32 AM

Max
Reinmond Christian Steiner
oops. thanks for bringing to my attention. Marriage date was 1766

Added by Max on Aug 24, 2009 11:27 AM

Max
RE: Reinmond Christian Steiner
sorry, I haven't posted any memorial stone photos. You must have clicked on my link in error.

Added by Max on Aug 22, 2009 1:43 PM

 
 

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