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Lochsa (#47720432)
 member for 7 years, 21 days
Natalie
RE: Gus Thiessen
You're very welcome!

Added by Natalie on Aug 23, 2014 11:33 AM

Natalie
RE: Gus Thiessen
Got the correct plot information.

John Dau, Div 1, Row 9, Lot 129, Grave 2
Maria Dau, Div 1, Row 9, Lot 129, Grave 3

Just decline the previous edits that I sent for these two, which will remove them from the list of edits. The others should be correct. Until now, I haven't found any errors in the plot information! This kind of gives me hope that we'll find a few more that are listed in the wrong row or section, when photographing, so that the corrections can be made!

Natalie

Added by Natalie on Aug 23, 2014 9:44 AM

Natalie
RE: Gus Thiessen
Hi Karen,

I'm not sure which ones are your grandparents, but I noticed when I was adding the plot info that there were two stones that looked alike, but were in different rows in the cemetery records. I just don't remember now which two those were. If you can send me those two names, I'll check with the cemetery the next time I'm there. For now, just decline them. There are many errors in the cemetery records, but so far, the plot information has been pretty accurate.

We don't get a notice when someone sends an edit this way. That is why it is important to check the Edits tab regularly! The only one that comes to us through e-mail now is when you click on something like Suggest Another Correction. Can't remember exactly what it is called. I actually love this new feature, because there are so many people who have created memorials, but are no longer active. It's about the only way to get corrections made in that instance.

Natalie

Added by Natalie on Aug 23, 2014 9:31 AM

Natalie
RE: Gus Thiessen
Hi Karen, I'd be glad to help!

Just above this messages, you'll see some tabs on the right. One says Edits, the next one is Contributor Tools, and the third is Edit My Profile. Click on the Edits tab, which should have a number after it, and there should be a list of edits that people have sent. These are known as sac's, for Send A Correction. You should see some from me that have the plot information on them. If you'll scroll to the bottom of that page, there is a button that says Process Selected Edits. If you click on that, it will put all of the plot information on the memorials that they are for.

You may have some other edits, as well, that you can either accept, ignore, or decline. Next to the edit you'll see a little drop-down button that you can click on, to select something other than "accept". If you choose to decline an edit, you'll need to pick a reason why you are declining it, and you can explain why if you want. You don't have to explain it, but you have the choice to. Or, you can ignore it. They won't go away, but it will give you time to accept some, and research the edit later, if you decide to.

You should check the Edit tab often. If you do nothing with the edits that people send, they go through automatically after a period of time. It's 20 or 30 days - can't remember which - and some may go through that you don't want!

I hope I haven't confused you! If I have, please let me know! I love the new edit system, both for getting edits, and sending them. Makes things so much easier!

Natalie

Added by Natalie on Aug 22, 2014 9:12 PM

Jan Gorman
Luella A Bean Middlebrook
I understand your reluctance to delete your memorial, and I have contacted the person who created and maintained the previous one.

Hopefully, they will delete their duplicate and enjoy the information that you have entered on your memorial.

Yes, we have had communications regarding the Bean family, before. There is more information regarding Luella and her family on WikiTree ... free to view.

Added by Jan Gorman on Aug 20, 2014 7:43 PM

Saratoga
RE: Charles H. Eaton
Hi Lochsa, for no other reason Find A Grave says to keep the early one. I'll add your obit to the memorial. If you want me to transfer him to you just let me know.

John

Added by Saratoga on Jul 27, 2014 12:19 PM

Annabelle ONeill
Timoth & Phebe Mead
I am searching for the burial place of the above couple, who died 1828 & 1829, Have you ever run across them in Mount Hope Cemetery. His obituary says he died "near Rochester". This is all I have regarding their deaths. - Annabelle

Added by Annabelle ONeill on Jun 16, 2014 8:33 AM

Alison Grosso
Jesse Wheeler
Thank you for the wonderful bio entry for my great grandfather. My grandfather was Charles Rowe Wheeler, his daughter, Caryl Gooding Wheeler, is my mother and a vibrant 96 years old! Alison Grosso

Added by Alison Grosso on May 20, 2014 7:23 PM

Kay
RE: Lucy Standart
John Williams (1719-1794) is #6718118 with first wife Ann Bird listed

Lucy's mother was John's second wife, Rebecca Winslow (1741-1788), but I can't find her or her parents (Samuel Winslow & Rebecca Clarke) on FindAGrave

Added by Kay on Feb 08, 2014 3:07 PM

Laura Schumont
Peter S & Eliza Bean
My mother recently gave me a 55th anniversary notice for Peter & Eliza Bean. Don't know where she got it from. so it prompted me to add it to my tree in ancestry.com. which is how I came across Peter's findagrave information with your postings.
Thank you for adding the pics and other items. My mom, unfortunately, does not know much about her family.
My 2x grandparents are Peter & Eliza Bean, my Great grandparents are Marion & Mary Bean, and my grandmother is Clara "Alice" Bean (Married to Henry Schell).
Seems you are a Bean ancestor somehow?? Would love to chat with you!!!

Added by Laura Schumont on Jan 11, 2014 8:32 PM

Sheri West
Lena Raulin
Link to parents has been made :)

Added by Sheri West on Jan 09, 2014 5:08 PM

Anonymous
Thank You
Your prompt attention and understanding is greatly appreciated. The memorial has been transferred successfully.

Added by Anonymous on Dec 16, 2013 1:27 AM

Paul Sutton Kamalsky
RE: Mary Archer
You are very welcome, KD. I will upload
the stone photo

Paul

Added by Paul Sutton Kamalsky on Nov 26, 2013 8:15 PM

Marie Ann Dubus Garrett
Jacob Emerson
Thank you for the transfer! This find was like a feather in the cap - I appreciate all your hard work!

Added by Marie Ann Dubus Garrett on Oct 29, 2013 11:51 AM

Sue Butterfield Picard
Matthew Griffin Peck
This is what I located on him:
b. 29 Sep 1818 Lima, Livingston, NY
d. 13 Dec 1883 Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA

s/o Benjamin K. Peck and Ann Griffin

Sorry about my confusion.

Added by Sue Butterfield Picard on Jul 08, 2013 12:10 PM

Cheri Branca
John Lloyd
Thank you for the obit for John Lloyd. Always great when I can add one to a page.

Added by Cheri Branca on Jul 06, 2013 7:36 PM

Jan Gorman
Bean Family
Effie Verna Bean was my grandmother. I have added some pictures to her sisters Hazel and Cora, and entered a picture of her mother late in life.

I have several other pictures, if you are interested. Are we related? Janne (Shoults) Gorman

Added by Jan Gorman on Dec 10, 2012 2:49 AM

Mike Cronk
Peter S. & Eliza Cronk (Carter) Bean


Hello,

I just noticed your 'Find A Grave' memorial to Peter Smith Bean, and his wife, Eliza Cronk Carter. I had looked for them on 'Find A Grave' over a year ago, without success. I was glad to see their memorial now.

Peter Smith Bean was quite the genealogist. He corresponded with my 3X-gr-uncle, Royal Cronk, during the early 20th century regarding the Cronkhite Heir Association and the "family fortune." Eliza's mother, Penelope or Nellie Cronk was the sister of my 3X-gr-grandfather, Jacob Cronk, who settled in Hastings Twp., Barry Co., MI, around 1855. Do you happen to know the whereabouts of Penelope's Carter's grave? Also, do you happen to know the whereabouts of Rev. Ashbel Carter's grave out east?

Best Regards,

Mike Cronk
Grand Rapids, MI

Added by Mike Cronk on Apr 19, 2012 2:46 PM

Pat Wilkerson
William W. Tucker
Hi, Thank you for adding this picture. It is a unique way of stating the date-- 1 Mo. instead of Jan. Thanks again. Pat Wilkerson

Added by Pat Wilkerson on Jan 20, 2012 8:58 PM

Kelly Burdick
Dillon Grave stone at Union Cemetery in Iowa Falls
I found Albert and his wife Susie I. Dillon and add them all ready to F.A.G.

I also found a Clinton Dillon 1854-1933 and Elizabeth Dillon 1862-1938. Are this people related to your Dillon. If so add them to F.A.G and let me know and I add the picture.

Kelly

Added by Kelly Burdick on May 17, 2008 4:10 PM

 
 

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