|Dawna Westbrook (#47076696)|
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<- Click on the photo to see my family tree. I am not related to 99.9% of my memorials.|
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.
I hate perpetuating errors that eventually get accepted as facts. DO NOT send me a birth date that is only sourced from a census record.
Thank you to those who have left flowers for my 3 great loves, Dennis, Daddy and Momma .
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|Judie ||RE: Pinecrest Cemetery|
My husband spent 6 days in the hospital due to burst appendix & staph infection. I was making 2 trips a day to the hospital + trying to keep up with chores around the farm. I had my hands full. Wishing speedy recovery to your BIL.
Added by Judie on Jun 28, 2016 7:11 PM
|Judie ||Pinecrest Cemetery|
You & I have done a lot of adding memorials. Before we started, the memorials were sitting at 917...look where we're at today!! I'm laughing cause we're catching up on the same names...you have the obit (created the memorial), I have the photo & created the memorial too. I just delete my entry. No big deal...I caught a few of my own duplicates.
Added by Judie on Jun 28, 2016 3:33 PM
|David Maxwell||RE: Joseph Reaney Memorial|
Hi Dawna. Unfortunately, the Reaney men appear to have been extremely camera shy. Only William seems to have ever taken photos, although we did discover a photo, in my cousin, George Suchand's possession, of what we believe to be my great grandfather, John Reaney and his mother, Catherine Reaney circa 1873. The only notation was "Three generations of Reaneys". However, comparing the woman's dress to known fashions, it dates to between the late 1840's to the early 1870's.
|Calabria Girl||Emile G. Piazza|
Emile was part of the crew headed by Lt. John SUCHIU, part of the Flight Engineer Crew #725. The "Lady Lightening" was shot down over Holland. Only half of the 8 man crew survived. My friend, Arthur Palladino, was one of the survivors. He is still living at nearly 95 years of age. He remembers the names of the crew members and relayed all the information about that day to me in an inteview. The crew flew out of the Attlebridge, England base. The unit was called the "Flying Deck" and was broken down into the card suits. The plane, "Lady Lightening" bears the logo of the "Club" group. My father-in-law, Mike, was the chief mechanic for the B-24 & P-36 planes, and also in the Clubs unit. Arthur was held near the Baltic Sea, but said none of the crew was there with him. Arthur was an officer and they were separated from the other crew members. It is amazing to listen to Arthur talk about that day. Thank you for posting his burial location. God Bless all those who serve!! Marcia
This is my source. It was on Anna's memorial. These sources are not always 100% accurate so I would request photos for both memorials. Charlotte
Added by C. Rose on May 31, 2016 1:40 PM
|m nichols||RE: Macera Transfers|
As I stated I have sent an email to find a grave and they can figure it out, until then I have done as you asked and sent you some of the information to add to Mauro and Maria, I have much more to add and when I have time I will send you more, unless the memorials are transfered. You refuse to transfer the memorials now you have to deal with the information coming in. I've told you more than once I have a substantial amount of information to add.
|m nichols||RE: Macera Transfers|
I suggest you take another look at the rules.
Here is a portion of them: If the memorial in question is a direct relative within four generations (siblings, parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents) to you and the original submitter is not direct family, then they must transfer the memorial.
I have sent an email to find a grave about the situation and am awaiting the response.
|m nichols||RE: Mauro and Maria Macera|
The flowers I left, let family know if they wanted more information they should contact me because I could not add it, it was not inappropriate nor did I deface my family's memorial. I gave them a way to locate the information.
|m nichols||Mauro and Maria Macera|
I have a ton of information I would like to add to my great, great grandparents Mauro and Maria Macera which includes dates, obituaries and pictures, would you be kind and transfer them to me please. If you look at the ones I have added and/or manage they are all family members and I have added a ton of information to them. I would really like it to be easy for my children as well as the rest of the family to find the information in the future and the only way to do this is to link everyone. Thank you, Monica
I don't like the photo of the side engraved with the names - will take a better one next time I am there and replace. Karen
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