|Sally G (#46839603)|
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THIS IS A CEMETERYLives are commemorated deaths are recordedFamilies are reunited- memories are made tangible- and love is undisguisedTHIS IS A CEMETERYCommunications accord respect;families bestow reverence, historians seek information andour heritage is thereby enriched.Testimonies of devotion, pride and remembrance are carved in stone or cast in bronze to pay warm tribute to accomplishments and to the life not death of a loved one. The cemetery is homeland for familyMemorials that are a sustaining source of comfort to the livingA cemetery is a history of people a perpetual record of yesterday and a sanctuary of peace and quiet today.A cemetery exists because every life is worthloving and remembering always.Posted at City View CemeteryPasco, WashingtonI am have been doing research for my children/grandchildren trying to find the past generations. I have been very successful in filling in the sides of my family which previously had little documentation. I would love to help anyone I can assist with the information I have been able to ascertain. This is the reason I have made virtual cemeteries and am adding biographies to the memorials. I would also appreciate any information others might have and are willing to share, especially if I have some incorrect information.|
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|Derek Wood||Thanks so much|
Sally, thanks a million for the photo of Oren Fullerton's grave, it's perfect. You're the best!
|June Ford||Joseph F Chapman|
Joseph is nephew of man who married into my husband's family in Cass County Missouri. I live in that area and have lots of information but there are some real mysteries for such recent times! I believe the Chapman, Martin and Dawson families were connected before they came to MO. If you are interested in exchanging, I'd love to do it - am limited to library time when I'm not babysitting my great-granddaughter so replies could be slow, depending...
|dhansen||RE: Edwin Karn's parents|
I am looking for documentation on Samuel Barilla Karn's death. Do you know where the date of death, Aug. 19, 1865, came from?
Added by dhansen on Jul 05, 2015 4:26 AM
|dhansen||Edwin Barzilla Karn|
I am interested in knowing if you have found any death/burial information on Edwin's parents, Samuel Barzilla Karn and Elizabeth Fairchild. I am related to Edwin by way of his younger sister Catherine Karn Hart. I have traced the mother to Michigan, but no further. Warm Regards, Dena
Added by dhansen on Jul 04, 2015 7:21 AM
|Sandra Scott||Thomas Jacob Deaver, City View Cemetery, Pasco, WA|
I wonder if I may have your permission to use your grave marker photo on my family website. Check it out at http://freienmuth-shortridge.com/ernst/buchheim-cemeteries.html. This is how I'd be using the photos and obituaries I find on Find A Grave, with 'used with permission' in the caption.
|Debi Burrow||Glenn Albert Richmond # 9407544|
I was mistaken as well. The creator of the duplicate memorial was, in fact, you! I was helping with two other memorials that night in the same way; so I must have been confusing one of those memorials with Glenn's. I happened to look in my spam folder just now though and found the copy of the email I had sent to you and Mr. Habben. That's the only FindAGrave email that has ever been sent to my spam folder so I have no idea how it made it's way there; but it did. The info in it though confirmed that you were the creator of the duplicate file for Glenn; so that mystery is now settled! lol I've transferred management of Glenn's memorial to you now; and I'm sure that you will continue in your efforts to give it the care it deserves. Have a wonderful day!! :)
|Debi Burrow||RE: Glenn Albert Richmond|
I believe Mr. Habben was mistaken when he posted that message to your wall. The true duplicate was held by someone with the a 3 letter ID (BRS?) but when I contacted that person and Mr. Habben for some reason the system did not produce copies of the emails to my own box even though I had checked the option.
I was working in two windows simultaneously to send the exact same message to both parties. I added both memorials to a hidden virtual grave but the duplicate was deleted and the link to that memorial was redirected to the memorial that was left -- the one Mr. Habben created. (The flower I left on the duplicate memorial was also added to Mr. Habben's memorial; so the combination of the two memorials was probably the result of an action taken by FindAGrave.) But in any case I could no longer see the ID of the person that had created the duplicate.
I believe since the bio that was on the memorial Mr. Habben created had a link to your ID profile that this was why Mr. Habben contacted you. I've contacted him to see if he kept the email that was sent to him from my original message informing him of the duplicate; but I've not heard back from him yet. It seemed that the person who created the duplicate was probably family (or at least friend) as they put a good deal of effort into creating links to family member memorials. However I have no clue now as to how to reach that person. If you know of another user that is family and has a 3 letter user ID that is probably the person I'm looking for.
Mr. Habben passed management of the memorial to me by mistake since I was trying to help with the obituary; but I want to find a family member who has a vested interest in improving the memorial so that they can take it over. Connecting family with family is what FindAGrave is all about and I want to help keep that spirit alive. Do you know of any contributor with a 3 letter ID resembling BRS? If so they might be family too and could even be of closer relation than yourself. If so I would like to find out.
|Debi Burrow||Glenn Albert Richmond # 9407544|
Are you a family member of Glenn Albert Richmond #9407544? I noticed that you either contributed to and/or hold management of his memorial and those of his family members.
|David M. Habben||Glenn Richmund|
Your entry for Glenn Richmond is a duplicate of my entry, #9407544 which I made in 2004. Also, "anonymous" copied my photo of the grave to place on your entry. I know you didn't do that, but I'm really getting tired of people stealing my photos.
Unless you are family, I would be happy to enter your information on my entry, and request you delete your duplicate.
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