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Having been a beta tester for the new EDIT system, it's great so far! Yes, there are concerns and comments but overall, those who have been using it have found this new system to be fast, efficient and a much better way to complete updates than the former email system. Am able to handle dozens of updates in a matter of minutes now instead of hours.|
Hunting down Gerberichs & all variants of the spelling. Burials with the sheaf of wheat logo in the flower section are descendants of Hans Gerberich from Altfeld, now in Germany, the surname translating to "rich in sheaths". (Still have thousands to find and add!)
I now strictly adhere to the Find A Grave guidelines regarding transfers. No exceptions. Requests made that fall outside of the guidelines, or do not state relationship, are no longer being acknowledged. Virtual cemeteries are the way to "gather" your ancestors together.
Please don't justify an out-of-guideline transfer request for the sake of adding links and/or other information. Am perfectly capable of doing this, especially now with the new EDIT system - much quicker than transferring.
Copy-and-paste census, military and other data is not a "bio". Don't bother sending it because it will not be added.
Finally, I will NOT add a link to a burial unknown memorial. This site is named Find a GRAVE for a reason. Not a difficult concept.
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|Janet Muff||Policing my memorials|
Are you specifically policing my memorials to identify and correct occasions where I've used the term "Unknown"?
To receive eight corrections in a few hours from different families in different cemeteries makes me think that you must be. And if so, then why? Why is it so important to police other people's activities? It's one thing to run across something and ask for a correction, but another thing to get on a mission about it.
Frankly, I find it very disturbing. Not that I'm invested in keeping the "Unknown" terminology, but that someone else would be so invested in eradicating it.
In any case, I'd appreciate a personal response so that I can understand what you're doing.
Hi, we were wondering if you could transfer Lucy Almira Bailey # 12808863 to us as she is my husbands great grandmother.
Rick & Kitty
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|David Kennedy||Frances Fienning|
I see they great picture you posted of her and I thought this one should be with you.
I must say, that is the reason I like taking pictures and not just go by Cemetery records as you always find a lot of folks that was not recorded..
Still have about 35-40 thousand more pictures to post for the Wayne county cemetery's..
Have a Wonderful day
|Rebecca Zurec||Mary Brown 86667314|
She was very attractive and thank you for noticing. She was my grandmother and my mother recalls how much she disliked being called Mary. I will ask my mother tomorrow how the name May came about.--Rebecca
|Audrey Allison||Jerome James "Jerry" Allison|
Jerry #71267055 is my brother-in-law, could you please transfer him to me. Thank you for all that you have done.
|Peggy Carrigan||Robert L. Reynolds|
Bob is buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Brainerd, Crow Wing County, Minnesota, and you are listed as creating his memorial page in Find-A-Grave. I would like to have a picture of his grave marker or stone. My son was married to his daughter. He was killed in a vehicle accident, and I heard that Bob Reynolds was, also, killed in a vehicle accident.
Please, if you can help me, I would greatly appreciate your help and time.
Thanks for the updates.
|Kathi Lynn King||Smith/Monongahela|
I spent a year photographing Monongahela Cemetery and have photo's for Smith's with the same names as you are now managing however some of the dates or burial locations don't match what is on the Monongahela website. I only photographed one section at a time so I know what section each of my stones is in and ones that were tipped over I drew a diagram and the cemetery sexton looked up the lot and told me who the stone belonged to. Here is an example that might explain better.
The cemetery has only 1 Ada Smith Monongahela's website has her in OS Lot 1 grave 11. The stone for Ada Barnham Smith is in Section D Lot 85 which has only 5 stones out of 10 available graves in that lot. That being said should I add the stone for Ada to your memorial? the Lot contains stones for Charles Smith Sr. 1850-1935 his wife Annie 1849-1912 next Charles is Ada Barnham Smith next to her is Alice Smith Gee and at the end of that 5 grave row is Charles Jr.. You have been at this longer than I have so How should I procede to add photos since some of these are not even on the cemetery website.
|Marcia Lang||Your research|
I want to thank you bunches and heaps for all the work you have done that has been so helpful to me! Love the links. Love the info when you have it.
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