|Dave H (#47580547)|
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1. Since I am not related to most of the people that I've made memorials for, I welcome transfer requests.|
2. Some information posted has been submitted by others so I may not have answers as to the source material.
3. Feel free to use the gravestone photos that I have posted. No need to credit me.
4. At times I feel that suggested changes may be inappropriate and will not add them. Sometimes I also just miss the request. If you do not see your suggested changes made, please contact me about them.
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|wvy||Oops- see below|
Thanks, Dave, for adding info I sent for August Westerburg so quickly. I appreciate you listing him on Findagrave for me to find. winnie
Added by wvy on Aug 22, 2016 9:16 AM
|wvy||August Westerbury, Ill.|Added by wvy on Aug 22, 2016 9:13 AM
|MRC||Baby of Charles S. Castle|
Thank you for posting the headstone photos of Charles Sumner Castle (112993767) and family in the Forest Home Cemetery. I copied your photo of the Castle grouping to "Baby." If you would like to post your original photo, I will delete my "stolen" photo. Charles is my husband's second great uncle. Maureen
Added by MRC on Aug 16, 2016 5:58 AM
|David Procuniar||Isaiah Procunier|
Thank you for the transfer of Isaiah, (my third cousin) I promise to be a good steward in keeping his memorial up to date!
|Shirley M. Strickland||Quintia L. Church|
Thank you Dave.
Have a good week and try to stay cool.
Hot her in Jacksonville even with the rain.
|Martha Miller Rupppert||RE: Thomas Coffer at Forest Home Cemetery|
Yes, moving the info to the notes field would be appropriate. Thanks
|Johnnie Zollinger||Many Thanks|
Thank you so much for the transfer of Anna, Maria and Leopold Schmidt. I appreciate the good work you do for Find A Grave to give families a chance to find their loved ones and your willingness to share.
|Evie (Greer) Schipper||Looking for someone...|
I'm looking for someone that is supposedly in
Forest Park Cemetery, Forest Park, Cook Co, Illinois, USA
Illinois, Deaths and Stillbirths Index, 1916-1947
Name: Gerald Renner
Birth Date: 4 Mar 1938
Birth Place: Lagro, Indiana
Death Date: 5 Jul 1940
Death Place: Chicago, Cook, Illinois
Burial Date: 6 Jul 1940
Burial Place: Forest Park, Cook, Illinois
Cemetery Name: Forest Home
Death Age: 2
Marital Status: S
Father Name: Patrick Renner
Father Birth Place: Ireland, Indiana
Mother Name: Gloria A. Tirska (Treska)
Mother Birth Place: Charlyalt, Michigan
FHL Film Number: 1953580
He isn't listed anywhere, could his death record be wrong?
|Patricia R. Howard||RE: Agnells at Oak Hill Cemetery|
I would appreciate if you would transfer the following Find A Grave memorials to me.
Thank you for you prompt reply.
|PJM||RE: RE #93010985 Maria Baumann Boesch, et al|
Thank you for your response. Actually, I believe my input was the part of the inscription that was not yet on the page: "Here rest in God." And, yes, like a lot of genealogy freaks, I also transcribe the inscriptions exactly as the type is on the stones. But I don't expend time just changing upper and lower case to all caps if there is no additional data that I can offer at the time. So, in actuality, the input WAS accepted.
So, I have been inputting the epitaphs, quotes or blessings from the stones as I go because I think that it is of interest what each person choose for their inscription. And, Find A Grave has that category to be filled in should the info be available.
I very much like Oscar Wilde's: Pardon me for not getting up.
I have just received other declines of the same nature; the inscriptions are right there to be seen in the photos, obviously accurate, yet the managers do not flesh out their memorials. I throw up my hands!
Again, your communication is very much appreciated.
All the best,
Added by PJM on Jul 18, 2016 12:49 PM
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