|Dan Phelan (#47709857)|
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|I have been doing my family genealogy for about 30 years. I have recently been entering family cemetery markers as I get them. I found this site while searching for family members.|
As I go to cemeteries looking for family markers, I check photo requests for that cemetery and try to get them while I'm there, if the cemetery is agreeable enough to give me more locations.
I'm in Baltimore, MD.
The great majority of my photo requests are for grave markers of WWII casualties from Maryland. Help with that effort is always appreciated. For more information, please visit:
Find a Grave has implemented a new way to submit Edits! Unfortunately, there are far too many members for Find a Grave to notify everyone via email, so it's up to us to get the word out. If every member posts this message (or similar) in their profile, hopefully we can help spread the word.
To suggest a correction (SAC) click on the edit tab of the memorial that needs to be corrected. Then click on the link which best describes where your edit should occur. Enter your correction, when you're done, click submit edit. Your request will be sent to the manager of the memorial and will appear in the managers' profile under the Edits tab.
Managers will no longer receive emails. They must go directly to their profile page and click on the Edits tab. Managers can approve, deny or ignore, suggested corrections. It's quick and easy!
Requesting a transfer other corrections are still handled the same way. Click on "suggest any other correction or addition," type your message and press "send this message." The manager of the memorial will receive an email.
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|ddjohnsonri||RE: Your Barbara Pasarew request|
Thank you for your message. JOWBR has Barbara Pasarew listed in that plot 5A, so I figure they must have got that info from cemetery or synagogue records rather than from seeing the stone itself. A general group photo would be fine, thanks. I figure there was no stone.
I do have photos of some, but not all of the Hackermans and the Pasarews.
Missing Ruth Hackerman.
Have Morris Pasarew. Have Irvin and Stanley, Mollie and David Hackerman.
Don't have Dina and Joseph Hackerman, but they are in completely different plots 3/4/10 and 3/2/34, don't know if they are related.
|Jeanie Knight||RE: Mark Preis|
Thank you so much.
|Kim||RE: Your Druid Ridge requests|
Dan, I will try to call tomorrow at work. Thanks for letting me know. I have never been there before.
Added by Kim on Aug 02, 2015 3:02 PM
An Ancestry.com family tree indicates he was born in Ireland and immigrated to U.S. from Canada. I'd be happy to transfer management of this memorial if the Lilly's are related. Kay
I added his parents' information to the bio section of his memorial and searched Ancestry.com for location of his parent's burials. No additional information was found other than your suggestions. Thank you. Kay
|Corey & Douglas Marshall-Steele||RE: Paul J. Scott marker photos|
You're most welcome Dan - and now my photo fulfillments are "new and improved" with GPS locations! Hope you like the full lot view down to the single stone photos. My best as always, Cor.
|Rick Forster||RE: Your Druid Ridge request|
Thanks Dan. I just called them and sent you a private email with their very helpful response. Thanks. Rick
|Betty Evans||George William Bickers Sr|
Thank you for taking and posting the picture of my ancestors grave marker.
|Cynthia Putman||Mary Butner Photo|
Thank you for taking the photo. By looking at it, I could see it was not for my direct line relative. She may have been a more distant one, however. I appreciate your help.
|Rick Forster||Monroe & Bertha Woodward|
Hi Dan. Thanks you very much, again, for the outstanding photos of Monroe and Bertha. I sincerely appreciate your help. Being born and raised in Baltimore, I have a lot of relatives buried in BNC and being out of state, have relied on volunteers like you to help me see their photos. Your photos set the standard, not only are they clear and easy to read, but the way you compose the picture puts the grave in context and lets the viewer actually feel like he is there. These are more than pictures, they are works of art. Thank you very much. Rick
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