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A BIG thank you to the following fellow gravers. They have been polite, helpful, and courteous. The old Southern saying is true, and they have spewed more Honey than Vinegar.
For this, I thank them publicly...
Carolyn #10411580; Tracy #47234326; Lin # 46798906; Dona #47166914; Bonnie #46780698; Amy #47660556 Gravely and Morticia Diggens #46924004
Take just a moment to check for an already existing memorial. Duplicates are a drag for researching, and can/should be prevented.
Transfers? Your family? Not mine? Ask and most likely ye shall receive.
Name hoarders and people who don't contribute to the purpose of this site, uh... no.
Please send all corrections and transfer requests through the Edit tab. I will not respond to corrections sent outside this format.
Errors do get linked/posted and are easily corrected when requested with the right attitude. Those who hide behind anonymity; are rude; or send multiple requests will simply be IGNORED and DELETED
There are a variety of forums that allow people to submit histories that a grateful descendant has written to honor their ancestor. I believe that this site is for cemetery registration. While I understand the impetus that many feel to post the records of their families on their memorials, I choose not to do so.
Credit for verbage to: WesternGenealogist
Copyright Disclaimer: "Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for fair use for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, research, and scholarship. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. Obituaries, photos, and excerpts from larger works in the context of genealogy and historical research are covered under Section 107 of the US Copyright Act of 1976 as noted above."
Credit for copying from this graver Michael Harrington
Some Gravers go on and on about pursuing people on brooms for copyright infringement. I've found that most people who infringe, do so without malice. You may use my photos for your own personal genealogy purposes. If you feel inclined, Copyrighting in general states that you credit the source. When I copy, paste, verbage, slice, or peel; I credit my source. If you find I have failed to do so, and YOU are the source; let me know. Others... go polish your broom.
Sponsoring a memorial is an honor, and as such the act should be done so with complete respect to the original contributor.
Flowers are left by me to; notate I have visited a memorial, for research purposes, when I create a memorial, and as a photo volunteer.
Attention Flower and Angel Day Trolls
BEFORE you blubber on.... Take a moment to contemplate the purpose of Find A Grave... quite simply... It is NOT for YOU. It is NOT for your flower fame and glory. It is a cemetery registration site.
Post flowers for purpose, not for count. Don't blab on about what you ate last night, or some art deco watch you bought; and continue to buy and post messages about.
Spending hours in front of a computer leaving daily & weekly multiple flowers is a hobby and has NOTHING to do with honoring any memorial on this site.
Special note: I'll be getting those photos in the Spring! :-)
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Thank you for the photos and the memorial for Orrell.
|Nathan Haines||Frances Emma Compton|
I got pics per your request for Frances Compton. If I put too many pictures let me know and I will get rid of any you don't want.
The stone was a bit overgrown with grass and kind of dirty. I got the grass cut back out of the way and cleaned it up a bit. It was kind of stained and that did not want to come off. I thought it would be better if I did not use a jack hammer on the stains! :-]
Thank you for the photo of Haine's Grave. I believe the inscription is "Haine Ain't" meaning "Haine is not here [among us anymore]".
Added by Steve on Mar 09, 2014 10:11 AM
|Pam R.||George Swarthout|
I was unable to open your link. I made a mistake in my last message as I am NOT related to the Swarthout family but just interested. Thanks:)
Added by Pam R. on Mar 07, 2014 7:31 AM
|Pam R.||E E Swarthout|
Thanks for the transfer. I am related to this family but happened upon the news stories of Herbert's death and became interested.
Added by Pam R. on Mar 06, 2014 8:50 AM
|Pam R.||Herbert Swarthout #125801555|
I have seen the Oregon death cert for Herbert and it doesn't list a cemetery. I do not have a death cert for their son George. Are you thinking they might be in the same cemetery? Thanks for your help.
Added by Pam R. on Mar 06, 2014 8:37 AM
|Claudia Towne Smith||Jessie Pierson memorial|
I have finally (so sorry for the delay, I hate it when people don't respond and post information when asked to!!!) posted the mother and father links per your request. Please take a minute and return to her memorial and make sure that the links are correct. Once I had someone post a link that was so wrong and I was forever getting it changed.
Thank You for the photo of Ron and Carol LaGesse Headstone....Thanks....Scott
Added by scott on Mar 05, 2014 4:22 PM
|Laura Evans-Steele||Archie Perry Iseminger|
Thank you for the photos. I really appreciate it! Mrs. Laura Steele
|Christoph||RE: Fleming @ Sifton (4th Plain cemetery)|
Thank you. That helps a lot!
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