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I send out 50 corrections a day so if you email me, please remind me which memorial we are talking about.|
A duplicate is the copy. Even if it has more information, or if it's your relative, or if it has a photo.
The one in the correct cemetery wins no matter how old it is.
If you don't get it, you are on the wrong site.
TRANSFER REQUESTS posted here on my wall will be ignored. Use the 'edit' tab.
TRANSFER REQUESTS from people who have duplicates will be ignored. Clean up your mess.
TRANSFER REQUESTS from people with several "burial unknown" memorials that are not cremains will be ignored. Put things where they belong.
LINKS to "burial unknown" that are not cremains will be ignored. This isn't your scrap book, it's a website called FIND A GRAVE. Go find it, then add it.
Some free sites I find helpful:
CA birth index 1905-1995
CA death index 1905-1939
CA death index 1940-1997
CA, San Mateo County cemetery bookwaypoints
Census and other indexes
MO death certificates 1910-1962
San Francisco Mortuary index
On 28 JUL 2013 I was blessed to receive almost 45,000 abandoned memorials to work on in the Italian Cemetery in Colma, CA. On that day, my total went up to 49,973.
A year later the cemetery is really taking shape with so much help from so many people. I can't begin to thank everyone for; spending hours in the cemetery fulfilling photo requests, contributing obituaries, spending countless hours looking at indexes to send me edits, matching the memorials of individual body parts with the memorial for the rest of the body, taking entire families off my hands to work on even if they weren't relatives, and pointing out the duplicates to eradicate. Oh the thousands of duplicates. It was mind boggling.
My special thanks go to the people who have helped me do an intense search on memorials when their relatives in Italy email me requesting any information I can find.
I want to thank all the photographers out there getting headstone photos on memorials so the rest of us can sit on the couch and 'visit' our relatives. You may never know just how grateful we are.
What makes me smile?
*Seeing a duplicate disappear.
*Seeing a duplicate maker disappear.
*Memorials that have men with maiden names.
What makes me laugh out loud?
*Getting a transfer request sent to my email with no memorial number, no last name, and no member number.
ha ha It made me laugh again just telling you about it.
What makes me wonder?
*Seeing a contributor's bio with all the information needed to fill out a credit card application. Can you say "identity theft"?
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|Sabrina D||Luigi Malatesa Grave Photo|
Luigi Malatesa was originally interred at Mt. Calvary Cemetery in San Francisco. The cemetery was closed and the remains were moved to Holy Cross Cemetery in Colma, CA. The remains were buried in one section, and a memorial is dedicated to them all. I attached the photo of the location. And the caption for the photo has the inscription on the memorial.
Luigiís original burial date was May 30, 1890 and was reburied at Holy Cross on June 27, 1940. His original burial record has his age of 60 or 61.
And the purchaser of the plot was Louisa Maltesta and it was purchased on/around November 21, 1873.
|Chris Aiuto-Atkins||Find A Grave Memorial# 44352480|
Hi, I would like to be able to maintain this memorial, he is my father's cousin. His mother is Lena Aiuto Carpetta. Her son's name is Vincent George Carpetta. She is my father's Aunt.
Trying to put together a new part of the family line.
Thanks so much,
|bjb||RE: Andrew Moore|
I'd be happy for you to transfer the memorial for "Grandpa" Moore to me.
Added by bjb on Sep 20, 2014 6:05 PM
|Michelle Schad||Angeline Pedroni|
Find A Grave Memorial# 44411422
I never knew there was such a site available. I just happen to put my Great Grandmas name in Google and this was first site to come up. I never got to see the headstone before today and I noticed the picture was just added a couple weeks ago, amazing!!! Thank you so very much!
|Pamela B.||RE: Angelis in Calvary|
|Donna Becker||RE: Remove biographical info|
I'd be glad to remove the text, but I can't figure out how. If you can do it, that would be fine with me.
Or if you can send me instructions on how to do it myself, that'd be great, too.
I have added the Italian Cemetery and linked her to her husband. You may now delete the dupe for Olga. Thanks so much.
|Bernice ||Re: #44399915 Vincenzo Gotelli|
I am sending you this message to thank you for all the great tips you have for researching! I used your tip for <> and found the site to be a gold mine of useful information!
Thanks for sharing!
Bernice in Rotterdam, NY
Added by Bernice on Aug 11, 2014 4:41 AM
Another for ya
Added by ProgBase on Aug 04, 2014 7:28 AM
Added by ProgBase on Aug 04, 2014 7:27 AM
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