|Krista AQ Thompson (#46948224)|
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I'm a lover of cemeteries, mysteries, and family history. I feel a keen sense of time and mortality (not as morbid as it sounds), and feel it's important to catalogue headstones/cemeteries and record inscriptions before it's too late. Not just to honor the dead, but to serve the families who may come searching. |
I'm a born archivist, and so I find myself digging for information, whether the memorial is "mine" or not. It's not for glory or to "do better," but rather to contribute and help folks be remembered.
A little note on photos: If you come into possession of a photo of the person or a pertinent record and need my photo slot, I will gladly give it up, so long as mine is not the only photo of the headstone or clearly superior to the other headstone photos there. Don't ask me to delete a clear, sharp, readable headstone shot in favor of a blurry one. That said, I WILL delete mine in favor a more easily decipherable shot.
A note about the "purpose" of Find A Grave: I have recently experienced certain folks proclaiming what Find A Grave is "for." These people object to bios that paint a picture of the person passed, insisting that Find A Grave is supposed to be a registry of graves (which it is, but that's not all it is). These same people don't hesitate to fill a bio with minutiae about Confederate service or distant relationship to King Charles II. Guess what I'm trying to say is this--we all have our own idea of what's "important." I won't whine about yours, you don't whine about mine.
One last thing (I hope). I've come across a rather unpleasant practice some folks engage in: DELETING memorials after accepting edits. I guess it's some small, stupid tactic utilized by lowlifes to avoid updating a memorial while making it APPEAR they have. I now keep all accepted edits in a file so I can be sure this isn't happening AND so I can make sure edits aren't being undone days or weeks later. Dodging edits a crappy, immature thing to do. If you feel the need, this probably isn't the site for you.
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|Bob Galmish||Harvey Mondereau|
Yes, I am interested in any information that is not already on the memorial. Please send it, and I will add.
|International Wargraves Photography Project||Herbert Chase|
Yes, he is one and same. Page updated.
|SLGMSD||Milton F. Davis|
As an item of interest his son also married an actress. Their marriage also ended in divorce.
Added by SLGMSD on Jul 08, 2014 1:48 PM
|Nathan Towne||Arthur Cummings|
Thanks for the info. It is entered. Nathan
Thank you so much for the obit.
Added by af on Jul 05, 2014 7:23 PM
|Patrick Ryan & Doris W, O||Jonas O'Shields|
Thanks for the information, Jonas is my 1st cousin. his dad my Uncle died from thr flu outbreak in 1918, Woul you happened to have the article about Jonas. thanks Patrick
Yes, your information was most useful. Did a bit of digging with it, and have added to his bio. Thanks so much!
Added by Ginny M on Jul 04, 2014 9:26 AM
|Grave Recorder||Larry Larsen|
Thank you. I have added the information
hi thank you for all you do , any chance or you a blood line for Jarboe .he is to me Matthew Lamb Jarboe (1831 - 1860)
is your 1st cousin 5x removed
Matthew Jarboe (1765 - 1842)
father of Matthew Lamb Jarboe
Mary Wimsatt Brown (1737 - 1810)
mother of Matthew Jarboe
Joseph Jarboe (1767 - 1844)
son of Mary Wimsatt Brown
Benedick Jarboe (1804 - 1884)my 3ggdad
son of Joseph Jarboe
|Diane L. Webb||RE: Charles Snow|
Della Marie Snow Zurn wrote me in the 1980's and we exchanged Pope-Snow information.
Diane L. Webb
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