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ProgBase
Edward ...
... Bird is flying over to you

Added by ProgBase on Dec 21, 2014 9:52 AM

George Harger
Hugh Hamilton
Sorry your photo request in Blandford Cemetery got deleted. I thought I was asking your permission to put the 97 requests in order to help anyone fulfilling. Did not realize It would immediately disappear.

Added by George Harger on Dec 20, 2014 11:15 PM

mark south
the Donaldson edits
thanks for the info you sent me, I am putting the edits through tonight, curious if you have any connection to the Donaldsons

Added by mark south on Dec 19, 2014 5:47 PM

Colletta
my rationale
Hi Phil,

I have declined your edit requests for the Kittleson's and you have now asked for "my rationale" in doing so.

I did post my rationale in the decline "reason," so it should be in the email you received. However, I will explain it here, since you asked.

Currently, for Helen, I have the inscription from her family in the marker transcription slot. It is words of endearment and in my opinion, nothing else should be put in that section.

You are asking me to add "her full name" IN CAPITAL LETTERS, the birth and death dates on the tombstone, AND rewrite the loving inscription in CAPITAL LETTERS.

The name and dates are redundant. My photographs are nice and clear, so there is no reason to spell it out in that category.

The "name" is in the "name" section and is searchable by name. There is no reason to duplicate that.

The "dates" are in the official "date" section. Again, no reason to duplicate that.

And there is absolutely no reason to CAPITALIZE the entire thing, inscription included. It's not very pretty, and even if you don't agree with me, I am the manager of the memorial and that is my preference.

Same reasoning goes for Lyle, despite him not having an inscription of endearment. It is superfluous.

I hope this answers your question.

Added by Colletta on Dec 14, 2014 10:58 PM

Bobi DeVore
RE: Joseph Bradford (1675-1747) - Raymond Hill Cemetery
Thank you very much this was very helpful and thank you for the correction and link. Joseph was my 7th ggrandfather, I descend from his daughter Elizabeth.

Added by Bobi DeVore on Dec 14, 2014 10:45 AM

George Harger
Samuel Crooks
Saw your message to LKChap about faithful rendering of transcriptions. I have the full, faithful 1947 renderings of all the stones in Blandford Cemetery and a few hundred will get processed by Find A Grave Edit this week for the inactive contributors. Unfortunately many transcriptions have been put in the description field, so very difficult to get them changed, at least all the wordings are there. If you find errors as inscriptions appear, feel free to send edits.
Thanks.

Added by George Harger on Dec 10, 2014 9:34 AM

13th Generation Fairbanks in America
RE: Harry J Spies (1915-1997) - Brig. Gen. Wm. C. Doyle Veterans Memorial Cemetery
My privilege. Warm regards.

Added by 13th Generation Fairbanks... on Dec 04, 2014 3:20 PM

George Harger
Blandford Cemetery Photos
I took all my photos down. Once the memorial corrections are done I will put them up ordered so the claimant can walk it top to bottom. There are going to be some missing stones from what I saw when I was there in Sept, and I want to mark those memorials so so noone wastes their time. Thanks.

PS: this cemetery had 232 memorials back in June. Now it is about 370. So many were put in Hill Cemetery by mistake.

Added by George Harger on Nov 21, 2014 8:50 AM

George Harger
RE: Blandford Cemetery - Hugh Hamilton & Samuel Crooks
Source is a comprehensive transcription done in 1947. Actually Hugh Hamilton is Plot #184. I will send a new edit request as the inscription is a little off too. There was so much wrong with this cemetery that I was bound to make an error too. Thanks for the question.

Added by George Harger on Nov 21, 2014 8:42 AM

Christie
RE: Lucy Davis Merchant (1764-1827) - Old Watertown Cemetery
Philip - Thank you so much for figuring out where Lucy actually is buried - and even more for the fabulous photo of her gravestone! Your friend Terry must be a professional photographer - both the photo of Lucy's grave, and the obelisk monument you mentioned are great. All the best, and have a wonderful Thanksgiving! Christie

Added by Christie on Nov 10, 2014 7:37 AM

karen cuccinello
RE: Caleb Jones (1804-1854) Rossman Hill Cemetery
My Pleasure - Congrats

Added by karen cuccinello on Nov 04, 2014 7:19 AM

Christie
RE: Lucy Davis Merchant - again
Great work, Philip! I'm so excited that you found Lucy's records in Watertown. I'm updating my records accordingly. Fabulous!

Added by Christie on Nov 02, 2014 7:00 AM

Christie
Lucy Davis Merchant
Hi Phillip - Re: Your Find A Grave Memorial# 82979891, did you actually find Lucy's grave? There's no picture of the gravestone on your memorial, and I didn't find it when I looked for it in Evergreen Cemetery. Her husband Thomas Merchant is buried next to his first wife Ann, whom I believe is Lucy's sister. Some records indicate Lucy died back in CT. Would you let me know what proof you might have? Thanks! Christie

Added by Christie on Oct 29, 2014 3:56 PM

John Sloan
John Dimmock Find A Grave Memorial# 63322300
Hello Philip, My name is John Sloan. John G DImmock is my 6th great grandfather. I am researching the Dimick/Dimmock/Dimmick/Dymoke families as part of my family research. I was delighted to see a photo for his stone, however I was confused when the "Cemetery" listed was "Non-Cemetery Burial". If this stone is also under the same large evergreen as Annah Davis' headstone, as your caption indicates, I would assume that it is in the same physical graveyard, Falmouth Old Burying Ground, Falmouth, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, USA. If the Annah Davis (Find A Grave Memorial# 5864040) you mention is his daughter who was married to Jabez Davis Is that assumption about Annah Davis correct? Please contact me off forum at sloanfamily123@gmail.com. Regards John

Added by John Sloan on Oct 23, 2014 5:38 AM

A AAA American at Find A Grave
TNX
Dear Phllip,

I now guess you did not have your looking Glass tuned on..eh..

Quality ::

Does that mean Ipso Facto?

Here is Two Corrections you should make.
Look at the Tomb Stones...

!.) My kin.
Sarah Cooke Jacobs

*NOTE* She married and became at once and always A Mrs. !

Birth: Nov. 27, 1727
Providence
Providence County
Rhode Island, USA
Death: Oct. 2, 1802
Providence
Providence County
Rhode Island, USA


Family links:
Parents:
Daniel Cooke (1691 - 1737)
Mary Power Cooke (1696 - 1741)

Spouse:
Nathaniel Jacobs (1721 - 1807)*

Children:
Marcy Jacobs Jacobs (1753 - 1823)*

Siblings:
John Cooke (1715 - 1718)*
Nicholas Cooke (1717 - 1782)*
John Cooke (1721 - 1721)*
Mary Cooke (1722 - 1728)*
Sarah Cooke Jacobs (1727 - 1802)



Inscription:

Sacred to the Memory
of
Mrs. SARAH JACOBS
Wife of
Nathaniel Jacobs Esq.,
and Daughter of
Capt Daniel Cooke, &
Mary his Wife.
She departed this Life
Oct. 2d. 1802, in the
76 Year of her Age.


Burial:
Swan Point Cemetery
Providence
Providence County
Rhode Island, USA
Plot: Group 12, Lot 7, NE PT (off South Ave)



Find A Grave Memorial# 114298969
..................................................
2.) Her Daughter

Sarah Cooke became once and always a Jacobs.
Mrs. Sarah Jacobs


Birth: 1753
Massachusetts, USA
Death: May 18, 1823
Providence
Providence County
Rhode Island, USA


Family links:
Parents:
Nathaniel Jacobs (1721 - 1807)
Sarah Cooke Jacobs (1727 - 1802)

Spouse:
Wilson Jacobs (1748 - 1805)*

Children:
Wilson Jacobs (1776 - 1815)*

*Calculated relationship

Inscription:

Here rest the remains of
Mrs. MARCY JACOBS,
Relict of
Capt. WILSON JACOBS.
She died May 18,
1823.
Aged 70 Years.
---


Burial:
Swan Point Cemetery
Providence
Providence County
Rhode Island, USA

..................

I hope this helps you see it now.

Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Oct 20, 2014 12:34 PM

A AAA American at Find A Grave
RE: Prefix edits
Dear Phillip ____,



What was rejected? I do have a good memory and A rather high I.Q. above 200 too. But I do not recall any rejections. Please tell me so I may recall.

Sorry in actuality it is not as you posted "Life Choice", in many ways, things, titles gained, etc..etc.. (even look at the ETC now too.

On Ancestries Find a Grave they have very Limited and as you know the Un-Changed suffix additions.
EG. You may forget the US Military did DRAFT. General is Gen. here. But no Major General, etc..
As you may well know in the US Revolution we had 1st, 2nd, 3rd Lt's. So not a choice but a required obligation.A P.E. also in the profession is gained and attained. But not shown at Find A Grave.

It was also and is when a Man married /marries a Woman she obtains his name too.
But yet Find A Grave does not have Miss nor Ms. ?

You may add me as your friend on Find A Grave now too.

Regards,

Jonathan Robert De Mallie

A North American , documented , family since A.D. 1584.


Added by A AAA American at Find A ... on Oct 20, 2014 5:17 AM

Sidnie Kruse
Anna Fitch Bradford
I m not sure you realize there are two identical pages for anna Fitch Bradford.
sidne

Added by Sidnie Kruse on Sep 25, 2014 10:07 AM

George Harger
RE: Blandford Cemeteires
Fixing Blandford cemeteries is a long tedious process. In order to merge: names & dates have to be exactly alike. Change Requests take 21 days for inactive contributors (there are several here). And if I make an error, another 21 days. Also have to ask Find A Grave to change the cemetery locations, and I miss some because there is no photo to validate it was taken at Blandford Cemetery.

By the time I get to Blandford (from AZ) There should be over 100 memorials transferred from Hill Cemetery to Blandford Cemetery. Once there, I will check the full list and find stones with missing photos or sitting in Hill Cemetery.

Added by George Harger on Sep 15, 2014 4:01 PM

George Harger
RE: Blandford Cemeteires
Unfortunately, many of the memorial & cemetery changes involve inactive or uncooperative managers. So a 21 day wait period. Find A Grave Edit does change the cemetery pretty fast once I request it. Merger does have the advantage of preserving photos & connections. I will likely have to look at every stone in Blandford Cemetery to confirm results of this project in Blandford.

Added by George Harger on Sep 14, 2014 7:27 PM

Gerry Jean
RE: Joseph Henry Hesketh (1836-1896) et al. - Mount Calvary Cemetery to Holy Cross Catholic Cemeter
Very glad to help!

(I moved from 80th & 1st years ago to current San Francisco .... don't miss the humidity!)

Added by Gerry Jean on Sep 14, 2014 8:45 AM

George Harger
Captain David Hamilton
David Hamilton is in Blandford Cemetery. It has been very slow going with Becky not answering. Sad thing is when she placed so many memorials in Hill Cemetery instead of Blandford Cemetery, those that found Blandford Cemetery correctly, duped her. I am plodding thru it very slowly. I found an on-line Flickr Photo Album of Blandford Cemetery so that I am sure of the changes I am requesting. If you have any questions/suggestions for Blandford cemeteries, drop me a line. I only have one family stone in each cemetery, but I want to fix everything. I am going there in a couple weeks from AZ. Thanks.

Added by George Harger on Sep 07, 2014 5:38 PM

Reg Thompson
Philip
Pillip,

Mercy Freeman Knowles burial is removed from the cemetery.

Sorry,

Reg Thompson

Added by Reg Thompson on Aug 24, 2014 1:16 PM

George Harger
Blandford Duplicates
Just saw Donna's response to you concerning the burial location of Captain David Hamilton. I will get the duplicate memorial resolved. I have quite a few in process, and some take a while as some contributors have gone inactive. I will be in Blandford in about a month from AZ.

Added by George Harger on Aug 23, 2014 8:48 PM

George Harger
Bandford Duplicates
If you are still interested, Blandford cemeteries have many posting errors. Blandford Cemetery (the oldest) is at the bottom of the hill in center of town. Hill Cemetery is just up the Hill on NORTH STREET. To further confuse, NORTH Blandford Cemetery is on Blair Road. I am trying to unravel some of the duplicates, and have put Captain David Hamilton on my list. One contributor puts the same people in both cemeteries and refuses to answer any questions or do any edit suggestions. Take Care.

Added by George Harger on Aug 23, 2014 8:42 PM

clio
Arnot
I'll check later today; I've been traveling for the last few weeks for work. Clio

Added by clio on Aug 07, 2014 7:14 AM

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