|Bob Gillum (#47350181)|
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Please let me know if I have entered something in error. I will be happy to change it.|
As far as Transfer goes, please look at the rules set down by Find a Grave, before asking.
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|Kay||RE: A MESS|
My previous message was in regard to your earlier message:
WITH A FRIENDS HELP WE CAME UP WITH THIS;
Bob - OK, I think I figured it out. The message she sent was linked at the top to Gwladys M. McHarg 1897-1990 ( your memorial # 9190882). This is where the mess started! The “Kay” who sent it never mentions Gwladys again! You should have returned it with a note that she could add the parents herself using the edit.
You added a Walter L. Andrews 1880-1943 (# 13738171) as her father, I don’t know where he came from, you must have made an error with the numbers, she didn’t give you a number for the father, just the name Samuel Arthur McHarg. But the mother she gave = Gladys E. Graehl 1888-1972 (#13818980) would only have been 9 years old when Gwladys was born!! Best thing to do is delete both of these as parents. (Please!) Then you could send the email back, as above.
The person she wanted these parents added to is at the beginning of her first sentence, “Re Find A Grave # 137380171 for Graehl Mary McHarg.” This should have been the memorial she added her edit to, or at least clicked on it to send you this message. HOWEVER – this would not come to you, it is not your memorial! It belongs to Bonita Olmer. So you can’t do what she wanted, so send it back.
Added by Kay on Aug 21, 2015 5:56 AM
|Kay||RE: A MESS|
Hi Bob-- I think there are still some points of confusion.
#9190882 is for Clark G. Brower, Jr., not a relative.
#91908882 is for "Gwladys M. McHarg" and linked as the mother of Graehl Mary McHarg # 137380171.
Graehl Mary McHarg's mother is Gladys Elizabeth Graehl #13818980.
So, my question is, are Gwladys M. Mcharg #91908882 and Gladys Elizabeth Graehl McHarg #1318980 the same person? There are plenty of mistakes on markers--or Gladys could also have spelled her name Gwladys.
Added by Kay on Aug 21, 2015 5:54 AM
|Timothy Rawson||Hazel McDaniels|
Robert, Hi! I am related to Hazel McDaniels. I was wondering if there was two Hazel McDaniels in
Evergreen Washelli Memorial Park in
Seattle? I see the photo of your copy, Hzazel McDaniels, 1921-1968. When I called the cemetery they gave me info on a Hazel McDaniels, who died July 5, 1988 and was buried July 15, 1988. They said she was the spouse of James Paul Walker. Can you help me at all on this.
|Diggin for one||Evelyn Conway|
Thank you so much for updating her memorial.
Nice picture, thanks!
Added by fossmeg on Feb 08, 2015 12:19 PM
|Barbara Muir||RE: Are your photos copyright|
Hi Bob, Seasons Greetings. Many thanks for sharing your photos. Regards Barb
|Barbara Muir||Are your photos copyright|
Thanks for your work in recording grave markers/photos on the Find a Grave Website. I wonder if your photos are copyright or am I allowed to add them to my family tree on Ancestry.com. I will give you the photo credit eg Photo Credit: Thanks to Bob Gillum - Find a Grave Website, Memorial no .. photo used with permission. NB I DO NOT WANT a transfer of this Memorial.Kind Regards Barb Muir - Australia
|martha fox||re: B. B. Rushin|
I have added a memorial for Bernard Boyd Rushin, with bio. Is it possible to combine the two??
friend of daughter
|Kimmie||Sephine Marie Dew #91031665|
This is my great aunt, her name is Actually Josephine Marie (Zastoupil) Dew, could you please transfer her to me so I can attach the rest of her family to her. Thanks
Added by Kimmie on Nov 15, 2014 1:38 AM
|Mr. Jean Coston||Eugene F. Dawson|
Here is the obit. Use any part as you like.
Mr Jean F. Coston
Coston Obit Service
Eugene Dawson, President Of Machinery Firm, Passes At 69
Eugene F. Dawson, 69, 9340 Sunset Way, Bellevue, died
Saturday, Nov. 14, 1964, after a brief illness.
Mr. Dawson was born in Maynard, Iowa, and came to Seattle
in 1921. He was a member of Seattle Masons, Scottish Rite
Bodies, Nile Temple, Washington Athleic Club, Elks club and
the Swedish Club.
Mr. Dawson was president of the Dawson Machinery Co., vice-president of the Dawson Tool and Abrasive Co., andpresident of the Hi-Ten Bowl, in Issaquah. A veteran of World War I, he retired in 1961.
Survivors: Wife, Frances H., Bellevue; son, Richard E. of Issaquah; brother, retired Judge Hobart S. Dawson, Bellingham; sisters, Mrs. E. L. Yelden, McHenry, Ill., Mrs. B. A. Koloc and Mrs. Clifford Wilson, both of Waterloo, Iowa, and three grandchildren.
Services: 11 a.m. Wednesday, Green Funeral Home,
Bellevue; entombment, Acacia. The family suggests
that memorials may be made in the form of
contributions to the Childrens Orthopedic Hospital.
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