When I put an entry into Find A Grave, I like to do research on the person I'm entering. I find a lot of information on www.ancestry.com, but I haven't been able to find information on everyone I have entered. I greatly appreciate when people give me information on memorials that has not been previously entered. I gladly do transfers unless the memorials are of people who are related to me. I think it's important to our history that we know the names of people who lived centuries ago. Even though we may never know the impact that they had, we know that they were here at one time to make an impact.
Memorial# 88775915 If little Marietta Arms was 5 months and 6 days old when she passed away she couldn't have been born in August like you have on her memorial. Her mother passed away on April 17 of that year. I think Marietta must have been born around the 1st of April. Just a suggestion, if you don't want to change it that is fine, but I will place her birth date on my tree on Ancestry.com as April 1.
RE: Harley & Marlynn Bricker Thank You Tracy Rademacher. I really appreciate it. Thank you for correcting the spelling of my Grandmother's name, and transfering their memorials. It was always common for people to mistake the spelling of her name. She was of French descent, and her name was frequently misspelled and mispronounced. Her maiden name was even changed when her Grandparents came to Ionia, Michigan. It was originally Hassard, but because of common American mispronouciation it was changed to Hazzard, to better reflect its original French pronounciation. It was a consistent source of contention for her, when she was alive. She was forever correcting people. She would be very grateful as well, so thank you Tracy. Sincerely, Amy Bear
Name correction Tracy, thank you for adding my Grandparent's Memorial to Find A Grave. I have a request however. My grandmother's name is spelled incorrectly. It reads Marilyn Jane Hazzard Bricker, and this is incorrect. How can I fix it? Or can you, I'm not sure. Her name was Marlynn Janne Hazzard Bricker. I would really appreciate the help. Thank you, Amy Bear
Tracy...thank you very much for transferring to me Find A Grave Tuskegee Airmen Memorial - 113467880
I will be placing clickable links in said Memorial which will inform persons who view it that there is a web page linked to said Memorial which lists names of Tuskegee Airmen who have passed away, and, now, continue to watch over, and, protect the U.S.A. as Members of "THE KNIGHT SHIFT...Hoorah!!!
Further, I seek to build a complete Tuskegee Airmen Cemetery (Pilots & Ground Personnel) which will eventually contain thousands of Tuskegee Airmen. Therefore, if you have, or, know of, additional Tuskegee Airmen, please also let me know about them and transfer them (also, let your family, friends & associates know about this).
Once again, thanks very very much for your assistance.
find a grave Tracy Rademacher - thank you for your message about [Ed Houghtaling] as you said 'for some reason he will not transfer my Grandmother's grave over to me' -- and yes i will get a hold of the Administrators at find a grave - [ but i do want you to know why some people are that way no matter if it's your family member or not - 'They are GRAVE ROBBERS' that it the truth about them ! and i will get the Admin, after him soon - also i am going back to his page on find a grave and let everyone know what kind of person he is .....
Kurt Dickerson I'm sorry, but find-a-grave says the latitude and longitude numbers are NOT in the right order. They suggest a ddd.ddddd format. I do not know what that means. If you can figure it out, and send it again, I will be more than happy to add it to the memorial. Helen