|Collins Crapo (#669)|
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I'm an amateur singer/guitarist. When taking pictures at cemeteries & adding interments to this site, I started with my own family (charity begins at home, as they say). Then I did the same for friends & for people whose deaths made headlines in my local newspaper. Now I take grave pics & add pages for people whether or not I ever knew them or heard of them. Besides gravestones themselves, my major sources of info have been the BYU-Idaho burial index & the Utah burial index.|
Since the summer of 2007, due to rising gas prices & other hobbies & interests both online & off, my gravestone photography trips have been very few & far between. But I do appreciate the feedback I have received from family & friends of those for whom I've added pages &/or grave pics.
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|Alan Fellows||Ancestory Links|
I appreciate your fast reply, and thank you for linking my family ancestors together. It means a great deal (to me) in having this task completed.
Thank you once again for all the help you are to us. thanks for making this family link'
|Valerie Blake||RE: Nils|
I will delete mine. I am sorry for taking so long to respond. I have been in another state visiting a brother who is terminally ill. I returned home last night. I spent no time on the computer during my visit as my personal focus was on my brother. I am sorry you were frustrated.
|Dale Smith||RE: Samuel Smith|
Thanks for the speedy reply. Did not mean to wake you. Parker cemetery is a who's who of Southern Alberta. Including Crapo family.
|Dale Smith||Samuel Smith|
I appreciate the submissions you have done. I don't believe find a grave will let you list two wives. If not, Please, list Samuel Smith's 18523191 first wife as a note. Maria Smith 31436177.
|Kim Stoddard||RE: Anna Telford Stoddard|
I thought maybe so, but wasn't sure about what generation of cousins we are. This is so cool!
Anyway, if you'd like to keep in contact, my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy New Year to you too!
|Kim Stoddard||Anna Telford Stoddard|
My name is Kim Stoddard and I saw that you said Anna was your 3rd great grandmother. She was also my 3rd great so I guess that means we are related somewhere along the lines. I think it's pretty cool to find family that I didn't know I had.
So I just thought I'd send this message to say hello and I hope you're having a great day. :0)
|Julie||Vera Williams #9305678|
Hi, Can you please transfer this to me? Its my Great Grandmother. Thank you.
Added by Julie on Dec 01, 2014 11:23 AM
|SLGMSD||Lion Tyler Miles - two cenotaphs are NOT a duplicate|
Duplicate. An older page for him (#56784256) was created in 2010 & later transferred to you. Would you mind deleting this one? That way we can cut down on duplication. Thanks.
Find A Grave Memorial# 56784256 - 2010
This memorial is located in Manila, Philippines. His name appears on the Tablets of the Missing. This memorial is a cenotaph and I have a request in to designate it as such.
More info on Tablets of the Missing:
On rectangular Trani limestone piers within the hemicycles, are inscribed the Tablets of the Missing containing 36,285 names. Rosettes mark the names of those since recovered and identified.
Find A Grave Memorial# 67490815 - 2011
This memorial is located at the USNA Cemetery in Maryland as his parents engraved the name of their son on their stone for the plot where they are interred.
They are NOT duplicates and should NOT be merged as they physically exist in TWO different countries. They are cenotaphs due to the fact that the remains of this individual were never recovered.
I have had to work with FindAGrave admin previously when a well meaning contributor requested that memorials physically located in two different locations and countries be merged. FindAGrave admin restored restored the memorial pages that were merged.
If there is a known cenotaph or memorial marker for one of these alternative dispositions located in a cemetery, add the memorial to the cemetery and add a note to the memorial indicating that it is a cenotaph and what, if known, happened to the individual's remains.
Added by SLGMSD on Nov 30, 2014 7:53 PM
Thank you so much for the Barnes link and all the others you have made recently for us.
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