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|LSP||Carl Lang, 46751678|
Please add to his site bio (third request):
Carl is the son of Louis Albert Lang and Amanda B. Moffett. He is the grandson of James Moffett (Find A Grave #46169610), Eve Ann "Evan" Walters Moffett (Find A Grave #46169609), Louis and Mary Lang.
Added by LSP on Jan 12, 2012 11:29 PM
|William Harrison||Carolyn (Duckworth) Pearcy|
Can you please link Carolyn to her parents?
Robert Duckworth 31535849
Joyce Swartz 31739176
|William Harrison||Diamond (Ferguson) Pearcy|
Diamond was born Feb 1, 1901 in Charleston.
She died Sep 8, 1936 in Charleston.
Please correct the errors on her memorial.
|William Harrison||Clarence Cassiday/Cassady|
For Clarence to be the son of William H. Cassady and LaNora Alma (Smith) Cassady, his name would also be Cassady.
Can you please delete the incorrect memorials for William H. & Nora Alma Cassiday, and link Clarence to William H. Cassady and LaNora Alma (Smith) Cassady's memorials? Or transfer the memorial for Clarence to me? My Find A Grave # is 47153789.
William H. is the son of James Knox Polk Cassady and Esther Catherine Edman, and, as far as I know not linked to Clifford R. Cassiday and his wife, Mildred Faye Pearcy.
|William Harrison||Cassiday vs. Cassady|
I observe that you have entered some memorials incorrectly at Mt Tabor.
William Henry CASSADY and Nora Alma CASSADY appears on their double marker. Please review the memorials with photo that I have posted.
In the alternative, do you have any firm supportive evidence that the marker is incorrect?
|William Harrison||RE: Photo's|
Find A Grave Administration feels that I should honor other person's requests to have a photo posted rather than yours to not post them.
"Hmmm, sounds like she's feeling protective of her memorials. Regardless, someone made a request for a grave marker photo and you fulfilled it. Her telling you that you can't post grave photos that were requested goes against the spirit of Find A Grave, a community working together. We support the work you have done, and I have put a note on her memorial page about her comment to you.
Find A Grave Administration"