If you find any errors or duplicates or have additional information for any memorial I've posted, please don't hesitate to send me a Correction/Suggestion from the EDIT tab. I'll be glad to make corrections/additions.
New System for Memorial Edits deployed by FindAGrave on 12/5/2013
Go to your Contributor/Profile page. Look in the upper right corner. You should now see a tab called "Edits." Check there to see if any recommendations that have been submitted to you. Review the suggestion and accept it. If you cannot confirm the information then you have the option to decline the suggestion.
This is more accurate for doing updates to names/dates/places/plot numbers/links. If the manager hasn't reviewed the suggestion within 21 days the program will automatically accept the information.
PLEASE provide the memorial # or use the Suggestion method from the EDIT tab. Without this information your update will be delayed or ignored.
TRANSFERS: With any Find A Grave memorial that I maintain, if you are a closer relative than I, I will transfer. If I have no connection and you have some connection (even friendship), I will transfer. Send a transfer request using "Suggest a Correction" under the "Edit" tab on the memorial page. Send a request for each memorial that you want.
MEMORIAL SPONSORSHIPS: When I receive an email notification of your sponsoring a memorial, I'll automatically transfer the memorial to your care. No transfer request required.
Eva Foster in Evergreen Cemetery Hi, My hubby is related to the Bartletts. His Grandma was Florence Bartlett Chestelson. I am looking for where his Great Grandma Lillie might be. Would you happen to know? Thank you, Diane Chestelon
Ruth Amelia Root Do you know who here parents are ? I am researching my Fuller line, and have been led to an Amelia Root, born 1858 WI, perhaps one in the same ? Please contact me at your earliest convenience. Thanks, Cyndi
Evelyn Snitzer Mr. Malcolm The cemetery informed me there was no marker so the pictures are of where she should be and the area surrounding it. I believe she was cremated and the organization manager said sometimes families put the urns of other relatives ineach others plots. I'm not sure if this happened but this is what I found. I live close by and can double check if you want me to. This is my first time so thanks for asking questions :)
Vera Jaech I hope you knew Vera Jaech. Her husband Howard once visited his uncle John (Johannes) in Tacoma, WA. His uncle was my grandfather. I would like to be connected with the Wisconsin Jaech's as I knew several them & remember Howard. John Jaech