|Margaret Gay -Sprinkle (#47458515)|
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|I have been doing genealogy since 1988 my family and my husbands. I enjoy it very much. I have only been doing what I can on Find A Grave for a short while. I enjoy it also. I only work on family members at this time.|
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|Kerry Steiner||RE: Isaac Sharp Memorial# 91604145|
Hi Margaret, no need to put any extra time into this on my account. I'm doing this tree for a client and they're pretty sure Isaac Sr. died around 1880 in Grant Co, Ark. while the son died elsewhere. Thanks for your response, though! :)
|Kerry Steiner||Isaac Sharp Memorial# 91604145|
I believe it was his son who died on his way to California in 1849. What I'm curious about is how he ended up buried in Grant County when he'd lived in Perry Co for about 20 years? And do you happen to know if Margaret is also buried there? Thanks, Kerry
|Kimberly Loggins Stamm||John Curry, Limestone County Alabama|
Hi Margaret, I noticed a note you left on John Curry's find a grave memorial you had left. In your message you said he was your second g grandfather. He is also my second g grandfather. His daughter Nancy Curry Loggins, married to James Patrick Loggins, is my great grandmother. James and Nancy's son, Jim West Loggins, is my grandfather.
I would love to talk to you. Exchange family info, etc. Please email me at email@example.com if you too would like to talk genealogy. :)
Kimberly Loggins Stamm
|Rita Collvins Mayfield||Floyd|
Don't click on the ? underneath the photo of the entrance, just hover your cursor over it and the information will come up about it. Sorry I misspoke and said to click on it.
|Rita Collvins Mayfield||Floyd picture|
I did think you didn't understand the situation.
Here is the thing....underneath the picture of the cemetery entrance you will find this written..
Don't show cemetery photos
on this memorial [?]
If you will click on the ? it will tell you about the photo and that you can remove it if you don't want it on there. It does not take up any of the 5 photos you are allowed on an unsponsored memorial. If you want to add a photo to Floyd's memorial, simply click on the link "add a photo for this person" and follow the directions. You can add up to 5 and if you want to add more, for $5 dollars you may sponsor the memorial and add up to 20 photos. I hope this helps you get an idea about the photos.
|Rita Collvins Mayfield||Floyd Leon Rogers Pictures|
I don't know where you got the idea I had placed a block on pictures for Floyd's memorial. I don't manage his memorial and have never had anything to do with his memorial, certainly not placing a block on pictures (I am not even sure anyone can do that except for those in charge of site administration...don't think so). I sent in the gate shot for Waurika Cemetery and whom ever was in charge of the cemetery photos placed it on the cemetery page and made it the default photo for the cemetery which means it is automatically added to the memorials in Waurika. I had nothing to do with it beyond sending it in for appraisal.
Why would you think I had placed a block on Floyd's memorial? Did someone tell you that? If so, it is simply not true. You really need to get your facts straight before making an accusation. It would have been more polite to have asked me IF I had placed a block, and not WHY did I do it.
It bears repeating, I did not do so, nor would I ever do so.
|GreenHills Stones Calling||V L Gentry|
I requested that our cemetery photo volunteers provide a headstone photo for V L