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|If I have made any mistakes or omissions, please email me with the appropriate information so I can correct them. If you are closely related any of the memorials I have created, I'll be happy to transfer them to you upon request.|
Any picture I have posted is in Public Domain and free to use or copy....
Please if there are any errors let me know so I can correct them. Also any record will be gladly transfered to a relative of the memorial.
Don't believe everything you see on a cemetery tombstone — even if it is carved in stone! This applies to funeral home records, death certificates, and other death records as well. The information is only as reliable as the person who provided it.
The memorial I create are from mostly cemetery records. If yo find a difference in birth or death year between the memorial and the headstone is because the cemetery record is a date is taken from a legal document. A tombstone is not a legal document. So stop trying to get it changed.
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|Barb K||Lillian Irene Thomas Neatherton Miller 83048622|
I submitted an edit on 10-18, but now have another question. Where did you find the dates of marriage to Steven Neatherton and Carl Miller. Lillian was my father's sister and I have been searching for her marriage dates and finding many other dates on Ancestry.com. Thank you.
Added by Barb K on Oct 20, 2014 2:15 PM
# 119231785 Memorial number for Harvey Parsons
Do you have a picture of the tombstone? I believe this may be my 2nd gr-grandfather. I have been trying to find his grave for 14 years.
|Carl Catherman||Samuel Freeman|
Thank you very much for updating his memorial.
|Barbara (Brittain) Hickman||Memorial # 69055970 for Annieve TREMAINE|
I finally found Great-Aunt Annieve in the 1940 U.S. Census...she was the respondent and gave her name as Mary A. TREMAINE Wow...no wonder I've had trouble locating her! I think, therefore, her full birth name must have been Mary Annieve CLIFFORD. Her oldest daughter is listed as Lois FARLING in that same 1940 census, but Lois had been listed as Lois TREMAINE in the 1930 census. Possibly that "F" on Annieve's tombstone was for the FARLING? Just some thinks to think about.
Thanks, for the transfers, it is really appreciated.
|Carl Catherman||Lucy Nicholas|
Thank you very much for updating her memorial.
|Deborah Wall||Rosina Joseph|
Thank you so much for the photo. Have a wonderful day.
|Debra Lewis||Edna Ann Crutchfield|
Thanks for the correction I added the death cert so you can see the error was easily made.
Ummm, were you going to transfer the Burbridge pages to me? Thanks...
|Carol Conner Donovan||RE: Conners, Arthur B|
Richard, I assume you are the "Bone Collector"? Love the title. Anyway, yes transfer to me. Not sure what my responsibilities are, but if you tell me I will certainly take care of it. I'm pretty far away at the moment (Seattle) so if any maintenance of the graves is required it will have to wait till I move back home to OH. Now, the thing with Clark Twp or village or whatever. Haven't a clue. I never heard of it and I grew up in Cincy, and serviced the Blanchester area as a social worker back in the 60-70's. Blancester is the best guess for Clinton Co. Sure do appreciate your helping me. Just love Find A Grave. Want to contribute when I get back home. By the way, how do I add children to parents on this site. I can't figure it out. I can add spouses by not kids. Need instructions. Thx. Carol
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