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I'm happy to transfer memorials to relatives upon request - please make sure you send your F-a-G number with your request.|
If you have a correction, additional information or an obituary or bio, send it along and I'll add it to the memorial.
If you have a complaint, be nice and I'll address it as soon as humanly possible.
I ADHERE TO FAG POLICY ON TRANSFERS: 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. Keep in mind that the original contributor may also be related to the memorial and may not make the transfer.
NOTE: I have no relationship to 99.99% of the memorials I create -- if you are related, let me know and ask for a transfer - I'll be happy to do so.
PLEASE PLEASE DO NOT POST EDITS ON THIS PAGE. IF YOU HAVE AN EDIT YOU'D LIKE ON A MEMORIAL, USE THE EDIT TAB WITHIN THE MEMORIAL. AS OF 7/1/2013, I WILL DELETE ANY MESSAGES HERE REQUESTING EDITS OR TRANSFERS. SEND YOUR EDIT REQUESTS THROUGH THE INDIVIDUAL MEMORIAL IF YOU WANT IT DONE.
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|Patricia Williams||Jocy Looper Williams|
I believe you have her first name spelled wrong, the correct spelling should be Josie Looper Williams. This is one of my ancestors.
|Michael Stephen Jackson||re: Green Bradham|
I will research further on Green Bradham.
|Vivian LAW ENGLAND||RE: Alma England|
Thank you for responding to my concern on the double entry for Mr and Mrs Ora England. If there should be, in the future a way to fix the entry, I would appreciate your fixing it. Thank you for being a contributing part of Find A Grave. I know it must take someone with a lot of patience to try to keep up with this.
I wondered if you did get moved. Tennessee is having snow right now too, but probably not as cold as it up there! Thanks for the help on the Kyle memorial!
|Genealogy Lover||RE: Bonnie Sells Kyle|
We could do that, although the family member isn't really sure of where the ashes are. But that sounds fine to do. Thank you. I'll update the memorial in Alex Sells Cemetery to reflect the cremation.
Thank you. Hope you are doing well! We're in the middle of snow here in Missouri!
|Row Walker||Thank you|
for caring for Larry's entries. His passing was a shock but knowing that edits and SACs will be made to his contributions is very gratifying. Again, thank you.
|Richard Akins||Griffiths family|
I have noticed that you have done a thorough job of documenting the Griffiths and I wonder if you are a relative. My son-in-law is Scott Griffiths who married my daughter, Susan Akins. I have been working up a family tree for them and came across your extensive work on Find A Grave. I added a memorial for James Noel (#133189850) and Florence Frances (#133190046) without realizing that you already had one for James. Your work is so complete that I think that I should assign my two memorials to you and you can combine them with yours as you see fit. William Griffiths contacted me about the work he was doing on the Griffiths genealogy before his death, but we never proceeded further than just taking about the need to get the information down. He was going to send me a GEDCOM of what he had, but his passing interfered. I think he did send a CD to one of Scott's siblings, but nothing has come of it thus far. I take photos for requests in our local cemeteries (2).
Dick Akins (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|Bob Trapp||Alcie Ann Trapp|
Working on deletion of duplicate memorial. I have send edits to the other memorial holder to make it the same as mine but with his notes also in the bio section. Mine should be gone soon, it all depends on ancestry.
Thank you imagal49,
I appreciate your information. Always happy to add something to the database.
I did make some adjustments to Dorthy's file (119947316), the "d/George Hinderman & Barbara Theresa Rauscher", didn't quite line up well with Dorthy's birth year or location. The marriage record between Earl Elgin & Dorothy shows her age as 23 in Jan 1937 which would make her birth year 1914, close, address of E 93rd, so not totally impossible. I did some digging and found Dorothy in the 1930 us census living with John Hinderman & Fannie in Parma, which would be consistent with graduating from Parma High School.
Anytime you would like to share information please do. let me know if I'm getting it wrong.
|Mrs. Bee||Edward McDaniel|
Thanks ever so much for your suggestion. The lat/long was automatically supplied by Find A Grave, and I'm dismayed that it was placed in the wrong part of the state--even though the township is on a dropdown list.
I found and entered lat/long for the township and placed a note to that effect in the description.
Corrections always welcome. Best wishes with your research.
Added by Mrs. Bee on Jan 26, 2015 8:25 AM
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