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|Anna Jaech||Eliza Putnam Craig|
Thank you for spotting this! I have corrected her name.
|joyce Osborne||JAmes McDearmon|
The photo I took was taken in Oakland Cem. in Trenton,Gibson County, Tennessee. I have never shot a photo in Milan at Oakview. This picture had to have come from Oakland in Trenton.
|Don Bedwell||Henry Sharp|
you sent this to me;
Find A Grave contributor ET has made a suggestion to you regarding your Find A Grave memorial for Henry Sharp.
Link to memorial: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=24384795
Link to contributor profile: http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=mr&MRid=47514618
Names on the marker don't match the names on the memorial.
Yes they do, If you look closer and know the genealogy of this line of Sharps, Henry Sharp and his sister Rebecca Sharp are on the same stone that has been placed more recently, that the originals has his daughter Catherine Sharp Tillman and her husband Tobias Tillman.
|CB||RE: Personal email|
It's not that I don't want pictures on my sites (memorials) I just rather they show the correct icon when they're added. Icon - the little gravestone image and/or portrait image that shows next to a name in a list.
The following is the best I can explain how to delete the photo of William Hayes Ackland.
Deleting a photo:
Open your profile page. (You should be on your profile page if you're reading this.)
In the upper right section under "Contributions to Find A Grave" click on "110 photos". (Those are the photos you have added.)
William Hayes Ackland is the first name on the list that comes up.
Click on his name to open his memorial.
Click on the photo of him. This goes to a page with just the photo.
If you want to add the photo back with as a "person" photo where the correct icon is showing (the portrait icon), save the photo to you computer first. If you aren't going to add the photo back it's unnecessary to save it to your computer.
In the area above his photo there is a line that says "Delete Selected Photo". (You must be logged in to delete a photo same as you would to add one.)
A box will come up that asks "Are you sure you want to delete this photo?"
If you want to add the photo back and have it show the correct icon:
On William's memorial click on "Add a photo for this person". (Pretty sure you already know where that is.)
At "Type of photo:" it comes up "Grave". There is a down arrow to the right of that. Click on the down arrow.
It will give you selections for the type of photo Grave, Person, Family, Other.
Select "Person" to add a photo of a person.
The rest you know how to do to add a photo.
This is about as detailed as I can think to make it. If it's too detailed or not clear then I'll live with it if you still don't know how to delete a photo.
Added by CB on Jul 07, 2013 11:10 PM
You would think so and I would never bet against you. I have not found a document showing a spelling for Henry's middle name or for his son Nathan. But, Nathan had a son Frank Hamlin and his death record shows Hamlin which seems to be the accepted spelling for this family. Mayor Jay Berry Price the author of "The Price, Blakemore, Hamblen, Skipworth and Allied Lines (1992) notes that the spelling of the name Hamblen has not been uniform, probably due to the phonetic spelling in Colonial times and his research disclosed the following different spellings for this name: Hamblen, Hamblin, Hamblyn, Hamelin, Hamlen, Hamlin and Hamlyn. I did have a typo, I took out the extra "i" so thanks for asking about the spelling. - Pat
|Ray Harriot||Ursula Harriot Cutter|
Received your message on the error. Sorry about the error. This tombstone was transferred to me along with numerous others and I didn't realize there were links... and that the links are in error. Ursula Harriot Cutter was NOT the husband of David Harriot... that would be Ursula Foreman Harriot.
I have corrected the links I have control over... and notified another person who is control of Asher Harriot.
Thank you for the notification.
|Allan Joyce||William Bailey Trent - portrait|
I don't know where you got it - but thank you so much for posting the photo of the portrait of William. He is not a direct ancestor, but his parents are!
As a genealogist you have to pick up the "bad apple" arrive at the richness that awaits you beyond. Without that link you may never find the wonderful history waiting for you. I had to work through murderers and horse thieves to get to some marvelous ancestors. (The Stillwell Gang, Dalton Gang, Belle Starr, etc.) Not every path is straight, and to arrive at your destination you can't stop the journey because things get tough or you will never arrive at the promised land, or promised glorious ancestors.)
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