|Scot Stout (#47240157)|
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not much to tell... i'm interested in genealogy, classical music, foreign cuisines & gourmet cooking, old houses, gardening, & probably some other stuff i'm forgetting to mention.|
if you have a few moments, please say hi to the love of my life - #107295167.
i'll transfer a memorial according to the guidelines. please use the edit tab to suggest a correction. i usually make the correction within 24 hours. if not, i'm on vacation.
please do not use my photographs on other web sites, or you will be reported as this is against the law.
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|J Moore Wardlow||Josaphine B Turney Moore Tate|
Thanks for reminding me that Josaphine's name had been incorrectly entered in Find A Grave by the original contributor. Her memorial was transferred to me due to the death of my father. How were you made aware of the incorrect name spelling? Are you related to the Turney, Moore or Tate's? I would like to exchange information if you are. My Find A Grave member #47510041.
|Becky Lowe||Thomas Craig|
Thanks for alerting me it was a duplicate.I have removed mine.
|Joshua & Kristie Dement||RE: duplicates|
I apologize for the duplicates. I went back and checked my messages and could not find any from you.but that doesn't matter if duplicates have been made feel free to have them removed.I have recently moved and started a new job and so I have not been on find A Grave in quite some time. Thank you for bringing this to my attention and getting the situation rectified.
|MaryRuth Ormsbee||John Waller Baynham|
Thank you for the info on my Great Grandfather.
M.R. Pope Ormsbee
|A Friend||WHEN FINDAGRAVE MERGES CEMETERIES.....|
When Find A Grave merges cemeteries that have been listed with different names into one cemetery, often times it results in duplicate entries.
Fortunately 99.9% of posters on Find A Grave are not and do not feel they are PERFECT.
But it gives the stalkers and PERFECT people the opportunity to messages.
Your suggestions are appreciated if they are correct and preferably not threats.
Added by A Friend on Oct 26, 2014 4:23 PM
|A Friend||THANKS FOR SOME INFORMATION BUT...............|
Some of your information is greatly appreciated.
However in some instances, the individuals were buried in small cemeteries, that either due to no longer being maintained, no longer close to where a surviving spouse or family member can or wishes to be interred, distruction of old markers that have not with stood the weather, possible vandals, indiviuals who want their spouse to be remembered will have a new marker including the other loved ones name and dates on a joint marker, knowing that the individual's actual remains have not been maintained in the "old" cemetery. So even though the original burial was at a "old time family" cemetery it may appear to you that it is a duplicate posting on Find A Grave, it is a comfort to loved ones to indicate that they are still together for Eternity.
Also at times in cases of cremation, the Spouse may wish to have some memorial at a Cemetery but some of the remains are given to the Paternal Family to be placed with the individual's family and an appropriate marker was placed at more than one place.
I understand you are just looking for duplications, however perhaps if you would read the bio section of the postings you might understand better what appears to you to be a duplication.
Your input is greately appreciated, and corrections are welcome....certainly don't claim to be perfect. Wish I were perfect and had the time to search everyones postings for errors.
Enjoy yourself and continue to be an asset to Find A Grave, but perhaps not make your messages read like the are threats?
Added by A Friend on Sep 28, 2014 2:33 PM
|Tina&James||RE: alfred pearson shaver|
It has been changed I just seen your photo a few minutes ago. I must have wrote it down incorrectly when I survey the cemetery.
|Tim Casey||Christopher Casey|
Thanks for the update but not sure he was born in 1755 not sure if he was born in VA or Spartanburg South Carolina, he is my ggggg grandfather and have done a lot of research on him and the Casey family. Are you a researcher of the Casey family?
If you have proof he was born in VA like to see it. Again thanks for the info you sent.
Maintained by: Tim Casey
Originally Created by: JMW
Record added: Sep 06, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 41639085
|Tina&James||RE: dunn cemeteries|
All is now correct except unknown Walker, should be listed in Dunn A Cemetery. It should actually be Mr and Mrs Walker from the 1969 EHC list.
Thank you for all the work you've done!
|A Friend||JAMES M. WHITEHEAD|
Scot: There are two SEPARATE markers placed at different times at the Cemetery, it is noted in the bio section of the one memorial to please refer to the other listing for links for the family. So it may appear to be a duplicate however since the markers were purposely placed at different times and locations probably should not be considered a duplicate.
Added by A Friend on Aug 23, 2014 4:21 PM
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