TO REQUEST LINKING A MEMORIAL TO FAMILY MEMBERS: Please be very careful about the numbers, I've had many that if I had used the ones submitted the wrong families would be linked. It is also helpful if you put the name of the person, along with the number, I can do a search if I don't think the number is correct. ================================================ TO REQUEST A TRANSFER PLEASE FOLLOW THESE STEPS:
(PLEASE DO NOT USE THIS MESSAGE BOARD FOR YOUR REQUEST FOR A TRANSFER, I DON'T CHECK THE BOARD DAILY)
I will be more than happy transfer any memorial page as long as:
1. You follow the simple directions below 2. The memorial is not MY OWN family or one that I am researching. 3. ONE request at a time. (Go to each memorial page and make the request from there using the "Edit" tab at top right of the memorial page)
A) Go to the MEMORIAL PAGE you want transferred
B) Click on the "Edit" tab at the top right of the page, then click on the "Suggest a correction or provide additional information" link.
C) In the Message: area type in YOUR MEMBER NUMBER , your reason for transfer AND your relationship to the person you've requested.
Requesting a transfer this way insures that no mistakes are made because it takes me to the exact memorial you want plus it provides me with all the numbers I need to complete the transfer. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ YOU WILL GET A PROMPT REPLY IF YOU FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS. (Thanks to Nancy Hough for posting these instructions which I have shamelessly borrowed..) ----------------------------------------- If you write me about any of my listings, PLEASE tell me the cemetery and the state it is in, ALONG WITH THE NAME OF THE DECEASED. I've worked in at least three states, as well as being involved with many other databases, it becomes difficult to find one particular person!
Some of my information comes from other researchers who have given permission to use here. My thanks to all of you. A very special 'thank you' goes to my daughter, Joy Gabbert McKillip, and my friend Janelle Foster. They have both helped me in the cemeteries and I couldn't have done much without them.
PFC Ben Hadden Gore PFC Gore is a MIA from the Battle of Tarawa and one of over 500 missing heroes from this action for whom our founder did extensive research to help find and return home while a member of the Department of Defense. Our charitable foundation has continued these efforts and we have a great deal of information to share. If you are a family member, please contact our charitable foundation as soon as possible for more information. There is absolutely no charge for our services.
The Chief Rick Stone and Family Charitable Foundation
Memorial Transfer Request Hello, I sent you a request on October 20th using the edit button to ask that the management of my Father's memorial be transferred to me. I haven't heard anything yet. I hope I have followed the directions on your page correctly. If not, I would be happy to resubmit. Thanks and I will look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, LJ