|Kerry Moser (#48011981)|
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FINDAGRAVE is a COLLABORATIVE website; Collaboration is working with each other to do a task and to achieve shared goals. It is a recursive process where two or more people or organizations work together to realize shared goals.|
Feel free to copy any pic/info I have posted. You do not need to give me credit. If I added a pic you want removed, please send me a message and ask for removal. I take no offense.
If you add a marker pic to a memorial in my care, please send me a sac letting me know, or do the edits, if needed, so I can make sure the page gets updated with any info from the marker. Thanks !
Plot Info: Please include it when creating memorials. How can anyone possibly FIND A GRAVE, (for a photo request or a family member visiting a cemetery), if you don't add the plot info ??????
I document entire cemeteries. I upload the pics to findagrave, then pass them on to others that are working on other cemetery projects and database websites like:
http://www.uscemeteryproj.com/ and http://www.usgwtombstones.org/
Please request transfers by clicking the "EDIT" tab, then suggest corrections. Type your request for transfer in the box, be sure to include your member number. There is no transfer tab.
You do not need to give me credit for any info I may pass on to you. I don't do this for the credit or the numbers, I do it to help others find and connect to their people, which is how I discovered findagrave myself.
IF you feel you do need to make a notation that I contributed info, please DO NOT put my name at the top of someone's bio.. it looks tacky and takes the focus away from the person who the page is about.. please put your notation at the bottom, below the newspaper notation.
If I have sent you an obit it's up to you whether you want to include it or not. Everyone seems to want proof of any and all edits now, so many times I send along the obit, if I can find it, when I send edits.
FROM FINDAGRAVE FAQS:
I am not responsible for duplication of burial unknown or memorials placed in the wrong cemetery, that were not placed in a cemetery, or the correct cemetery. The site rules clearly state that unknown burials where the cemetery has not been located after 30 days are not subject to the normal seniority rules on resolving duplicates. A contributor who has posted a memorial with a known burial location may as a courtesy remove their memorial if an older unknown burial memorial is edited and moved into the correct cemetery but the contributor who found the burial location first is under no obligation to do so.
I am descended, on my father's side, from Smith/Hickman; Penawawa/Colfax, Whitman County, WA and McLeod/Peterson; Anatone/Asotin, Asotin County, WA.
my dad's side; Moser/Wieber; Colton, Whitman, WA.
My Mother's side, Myers/Bowles; Myers: Flora, Wallowa, OR and Asotin County, WA. and Bowles/McKorkell, Lewis County, ID and Umatilla County, OR
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|ChuckNorris||Evergreen and Evergreen|
Not sure exactly which cemetery you went to but to my knowledge both have been photographed. Evergreen in Colville was done by me and has many, many, many unmarked graves and many more unknown locations. Records were recreated from old newspapers because originals are long gone. So they know someone is buried there but with no stone they have no idea where. Evergreen IOOF in Rosalie was added from a transcription and another gentleman walked the cemetery and photographed it. I assume he did the entire thing but I don't really know that. I would click on a few pictures and ask him. He has been very responsive to my questions. Hope this helps.
|PJH / Angelbird||RE: Maggie Broton|
Hi Kerry - Thank you so much! Cemetery research is a bear sometimes. Having worked with local cemetery boards, I know nothing is perfect. Some have confided they hold their breath every time a grave is dug in an older section. But family memories and obits are not 100% either. Thank you again. I really appreciate your efforts and help. Phyllis
|PJH / Angelbird||Maggie Broton|
Hi Kerry - thank you for leaving the lovely flower for my great grandmother. That was very kind and thoughtful and much appreciated. You are to be commended for all your dedication to Find A Grave. Regards, Phyllis
|Anna Jaech||Ott Rexroth Cunningham|
Thanks for the link. When I entered her we cousins (4 generations) discussed how to enter her name. No one knew she'd married Mr. Cunningham and we think the way she is entered is best - that she's most likely to be found in this way.
|Robert Wacaser||Many Thanks|
Just wanted to thank you for the Lamb transfers. I really appreciate it and thanks for adding them to this cemetery in the first place. Your time and kindness is appreciated.
Thank you so much for the great photo of Alvin's marker. Greatly appreciated.
|Anna Jaech||Crescentia Ott Cunningham|
Thank you for the photo!! Grace (Crescentia) was my mother-in-law's "own" aunt. Her mother was Franziska Bregenzer (of whom we have a gorgeous portrait) but her married name was Ott which is Grace's maiden name. Have you found records for her? I'd love to know about them. I did correct her name in the heading. I was showing the wrong name as her maiden name.
|MarkC||RE: John's Wife ?|
You are correct. Thanks again.
Added by MarkC on Jul 18, 2014 9:39 PM
Ok, I see what you are saying. I take it there isn't a marker for John's wife either ?
Added by MarkC on Jul 18, 2014 8:45 PM
I thank you for the help, but I think the photo is of the wrong headstones.
Added by MarkC on Jul 18, 2014 9:34 AM
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