|NW Mountain Man (#38947746)|
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Any additional information, adding bio's, changing or adding names, dates and location can be done, without asking me, by hitting the edit button.|
I am more than happy to any correct a problem, or link family members. As far as Transfer goes, please look at the rules set down by Find a Grave, before asking. I will take a look on a case to case basis, but normally follow those rules. Demands from, or rude people are always ignored. If you would like credit for something added, either put it in the bio section, or let me know and I will add it for you.
I normally make all requests within 24 hours. If not, don't worry, I will get to it. Sometimes, I take a day off, too.
AGAIN. I follow the rules of Find A Grave dealing with Transfers. I will make an exception on a case to case bases. However, those who are rude, or feel they have some kind of right, need not request.
You My permission to use any of my Headstone photo, for your personal use.
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|B.J. Waters||Richard Pearl/Carol Adams|
Thanks for the info. I am going there this weekend, and I will try to get headstone photos for them.
|Larry Hagemann||Francis J. Fox|
Thank you very much for such a quick update...and for all the many memorial pages that you create. They are all greatly appreciated.
|Grave Recorder||RE: Mary Rogers|
You're welcome. Happy to help
|Glyn Yeend||record no.50952372|
First let me say that I have sent the same message to the person that created the spouse in question to report the error.
On this record the spouse Pauline B.Jansen Quest Taylor could not have married Joseph Newton Koontz in 1928 as he died in 1914. If you look at her record you will see problem. If you have any amended information regarding Joseph Newton Koontz I would be interested in hearing from you.
|Krista Ellis||Ellis Family|
I see that you have created pages for several of my relatives and wonder if you are related to them? Please contact me via email at email@example.com
St Ignatius is a rather small cemetery so I looked at all the markers for evidence of Archibald Jenkins. Nothing that I could find, but there were a few unreadable markers or worn stone crosses. I sought help at the office next door and was advised that records for St Ignatius were maintained at Resurrection Cemetery in Clinton. Resurrection is quite large. I attended a funeral there earlier this year and it must have well over 10,000 graves.
Added by Dennis on Oct 08, 2014 3:04 AM
|Tabbie Pettit||RE: Lydia De Laurier|
You are correct to for the headstone. Erine added that one but you did add the profile picture. At least your name is under it. I just wanted you to be aware of it.
|Tabbie Pettit||Lydia De Laurier|
The picture you have posted with Lydia and Otis's headstone is not Lydia. It would be Olive Francis, Her daughter. My great grandmother. I just thought you'd want to be aware of it.
|Tina Adams||RE: Phebe Osborne|
You are most welcome!
|Betty Glazier Whipple||John D. Morse Sr.|
Could you add the wife and Parents to John D. Morse Sr. They are all in Woodland Cemetery, Deer Park, Washington. John D. Morse Sr. # is 38318996
His Father is James Marvin Morse # 38318969
His Mother is Mary V. Morse # 38319057
His Wife is Inez May Morse # 17555786
Thank you, Betty Whipple
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