RE: Donnellys Thanks. Will do. For memorial # 154901998 (Owen Donnelly) I have changed his date of birth to the one all family trees list, March 1868. The only source I have seen for the September 20, 1880 date of birth is his death certificate. It is wrong. He was in a Pittsburgh disaster in 1889 as a young bricklayer when a building under construction blew down, but he wasn't nine years old. He married in 1893, but not when he was thirteen years old. He had children in 1895 and 1896, but not when he was fifteen and sixteen years old. The 1880 date also is not in synch with his his ages in the U.S. Censuses. Thought an explanation was in order.
Your Bio I read it and I think you're a dink... Read mine and you'll know why. I am glad you do not have management of any of my family members memorials. Now I can understand IF you are also related to the memorials you manage, but clearly you are just a collector and "hostage" holder. Disgraceful, really... SMH.
Death dates only? Hello, and thank you for all your work on findagrave. I'm curious, what information are you using to create memorials? I ask because two of my distant cousins, Joseph L. Barth #157747374 and his wife Pauline #157747376 are shown buried in All Souls Cemetery in Geauga County OH. I would have never guessed they would be buried there as they both died in Cleveland, and none of their children died in Geauga county either (although they might have been living near there - hard to locate in the 1960's without census data and just city directories). I wanted to be sure their burial location is accurate before submitting birth dates and family links, so I figured I would ask where you got the burial locations/death dates?
And thanks again for your work - I've submitted quite a few edits to you in the past and you always process quickly and efficiently and you care for accuracy, just as I do. :)
RE: William Wilson Oh my word, THANK you for noticing Jane Wilson Thompson's incorrect birth date. When I was creating the profile I kept thinking about how she was only 33 when she died. Ayup, that is where the 1833 came from instead of 1866. I would not have caught that. Thank you(!) again for pointing it out.
I'll create a bio for William. He was both a coal miner and a single parent (leaning heavily on his older daughters I'm sure) when he brought his 8 children over from Scotland. His story deserves to be written.