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Thanks so much for the transfer! I appreciate your kindness.
Added by Rosalie on May 03, 2015 7:24 PM
|kay taylor||Mary Bunger|
I have updated Mr/Mrs. B, memorials--thanks for the info. there are 3 Johnstowns in Pa--any idea which county Mary was born in??
|WaltersMildred||Emma Jean SAGER Price|
Thank you for posting of aunt jeannie's passing. I looked for the passed couple years hoping she was alive. I missed her by a couple months.
|Richard Seago||Mary Dean Sisk (Killion)|
thank you for setting up my grandma's page... we'll be coming to sweet springs to lay her stone at fairview on May 27th. Richard Seago, Grandson.
|Paul E Twist||Virgil Bohannon|
Thanks for the parents information and I linked up the memorials in Arkansas. If you are in any way related let me know and I will transfer.
|Krystal Chavez||Robert Rendon|
Hello-My name is Krystal Chavez. I've been looking for my dad since last year. Robert E. Rendon DOB 05/09/1939. I noticed that you wrote he claimed to have a daughter. I am that person who he claimed to be his daughter. He raised me and has been a close part of my life and my childrens life for 35 years. I was unable to be a part of my dad's funeral if there was one. Can you please provide me with any information you may have in regards to my father, and how you knew he had a daughter. I am so happy to know he has been put to rest and look forward to visiting him. This man was my life and my childrens life. Any information you can provide me would be most appreciated. I'd like to add to his page if possible.
|Graveyard Walker||Mountainair Cemetery|
Thank you for your patience. I am truly sorry about the number of edits I submitted in such a short time period. You are not being singled out. They were submitted not with a critical, but with a helpful heart. Your input on Find A Grave has been and is extremely important not just to researchers, but to the families and friends of the people whose memorials we are honoring.
I had the rare opportunity to actually sit down and go over the Find A Grave cemetery records with a caretaker of the cemetery and a couple of local longtime residents. They are excited about "helping to make the records complete". No, I do not "take their word" for accuracy. I do try to confirm what I can through "trusted" records.
I will be submitting some more edits but will try not to overwhelm. Some edits will include separating out some memorials that have been included in the "common" Mountainair Cemetery that actually belong in the adjoining catholic cemetery St. Alice Catholic Cemetery, or the Liberty cemetery.
Again, thank you.
Ladybug, thank you for all your hard work, and for placing a flickering candle on the memorial of my great-grandfather. You have certainly set up and care for a lot of memorials. I was wondering if you would care to share where you got the flickering candle, as I would like to improve the 'flowers' that I have left on the memorials I manage. Could you tell me of a site which has those sorts of memorial images to pick from? Many thanks again,
|Emily||Bio for Karl Lewis|
Thanks for the edit of the bio for my cousin Karl Lewis. I had not found this one. Emily
Added by Emily on Apr 09, 2015 6:08 AM
|J Terry||A. Dale Danielson|
Thank you so much for the transfer of this memorial. Many thanks
Added by J Terry on Apr 06, 2015 8:53 AM
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