|Sue Ann Harfst (#46972179)|
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I am retired in Boise, Idaho. I have loved spending time in cemeteries since I was a little girl. Helping people by exploring cemeteries and photographing grave markers for them is a dream retirement activity for me.|
I walk the rows taking random photos when I am in a cemetery, and add the photos or the entire memorial to Findagrave if they are not in. I particularly concentrate on veterans (and their spouses), infants and children. I feel the veterans have earned the right to go to the front of the line. And I feel that since the babies and the children got so little on earth, at least I can give them some electronic "life".
I am always happy to add any information to a memorial I manage. Just send it. I am also delighted to add obituaries; just make sure that I have the correct attribution to add so the paper's copyright is respected.
If you find any errors of fact, date, relationship, or spelling on any of my memorials, please let me know. As a former professional proofreader, I KNOW that no one is perfect all the time, including me. I will fix it.
I will transfer management of memorials in line with the Findagrave guidelines, which specify relatives in a direct line. Specifically, they say: "Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Any non-direct relatives (aunts, uncles, cousins, etc) are not required to be transferred." Please do not ask.
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|Elizabeth Selandia||forgot to add ...|
I forgot to add Barton Sebring Pulling is my father's cousin and family friend for many years, and he lived and died in Boise, ID, and his daughter Heather and son Tim still live there, but the other two live in the Bay Area, Pallas and Pierre, named after his grandfather, a famous person in your neck of the woods, I've been told.
|Elizabeth Selandia||William Joseph Shipp|
Hello, as a great (x2) granddaughter of William Joseph Shipp, I set up a site for him replete with all his relationships, including his wife, which I now manage, and with picture of him seated in his corn field way back when.
I appreciate your finding and posting his grave site info, but I would like that you transfer it to me, please. The site I have established for him is #147727435.
I see someone has posted there is not grave marker for him, which is not necessary, given I have his photo posted.
Can we please work this out so I do not lose control of my relative?
|Gary Mowrey||Find A Grave Memorial# 59588262|
I requested another photo be taken of the grave site showing the full grave with the other headstone on the same site. It has been taken.
I have a lot of information about this I Just need to know what you want me to do to get it to your.
|Gary Mowrey||Find A Grave Memorial# 59588262|
Golda Gleason "Dick" Johnson
Birth 21 Dec 1909 in Burns, Harney, Oregon, USA
Death 20 May 1957 in Baker, Oregon, United States
I don't understand the information on your memorial for Golda.
Part of it is correct. I don't believe the headstone is.
Your memorial has him married to Mable LaVera (Massey) Johnson - Neiberger (1910 - 2003) which is correct.
However the memorial and the headstone has him married to Earl E Stilson as well also a male.
Do you think there are two Golda Gleason Johnsons one female and the other male with the same years of birth and death?
I don't want to create another memorial making it a duplicate person.
any ideas on this?
Respectfully, Gary Mowrey
|love always||re: John L Powell 89433059|
Is an duplicate to #49047571 may want to merge photos
|Kitty Briley||Frances E Harfst|
Hi Sue Ann,
Frances was my great grandmother. Nice to know she has a beautiful resting place.
I have a public tree on Ancestry.com. Catherine
Briley. I'm just guessing but we must be related.
Could you tell me her father's name?
Thanks and nice to meet you, Kitty Briley
|K Butler||Smitchger families|
Hi Sue Ann - thank you so much for your efforts - well done! It would be helpful if you could link the families together. The Smitchger graves are all related (5 or 6 of them).
Added by K Butler on Jun 22, 2015 5:19 PM
|J. HERBIN||Private Harlan Crane|
Thank you so much Sue Ann for your contribution to Find-A-Grave. I was pleased to find the grave stone of Private Harlan Crane 1886-1918. He died in France only a month before the end of the war.
|Wilda Dillion||I. F. Cox #59469738|
Sue Ann - In Morris Hill you have the above man. Could this be Israel P. Cox, a Mexican War veteran? He was buried 20 April 1889. If he's the veteran we need to say so. Can you find out about this? Wilda
Hello. I uploaded a photograph of Mr. Chu to his Find-a-Grave memorial page. If this is not acceptable, feel free to remove. Thank you, Susan
Added by SKC on Jun 15, 2015 1:20 AM
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