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|Gloria Jennings Lowrey||RE: Family Linkis|
Thank you for adding the links for Susan "Sarah" Warner Towneley. I appreciate it. Actually, I DID use the Find A Grave Edit feature to make the suggested edits. I normally allow the contributor several weeks to make the edits, but in this case I was a little "antsy" about getting it done. I was afraid that if you didn't make the edits quickly enough, the F.A.G. folks would end up making the edits. It has been my experience that they will not do links for anyone whose burial is unknown. Since your memorial does not list a place of burial, I was scared that they would contact you to delete it, and I did not want that to happen. Thanks again for all you do on Find A Grave to help all of us.
|Kim Curlin Wettroth||RE: Mildred Warner Washington|
Thank you for your comment. I think it is worth noting that there is a plaque at this graveyard commemorating her, giving information on her relationship to family and where she is ultimately buried. If I could figure out who is in charge of the initial front cemetery page then perhaps we could add her info there instead of having an individual link for her. Are you familiar with the person who initiated the page?
Regards, Kim Curlin Wettroth
|Gloria Jennings Lowrey||Family Linkis|
Would you kindly link Susan "Sarah" Warner Towneley to her parents? They are: Col. Augustine Warner - Find A Grave # 7656588 and Mary Towneley Warner - Find A Grave # 7656592
|Lynda Puakea||Dr. John Greene|
I just found your photo of Dr John Greeneʻs tombstone on find a grave. He is distantly related to me by marriage. May I use the photo on my private family tree? I always give credit to the members who allow me to use their photos... thanks so much...
|Peachy Pringle||RE: Mary Virginia|
Photo: you are welcome, such as it is. That Kopfler plot is situated in relation to the giant trees of Amite Cemetery in such a way that I doubt it gets any direct sun (this time of year) until late afternoon. We gave Mary's stone the allowed soft brushing and took 20 photos with two different cameras, but the pattern of staining on her marble stone is such that it makes the stone hard to read in every photo. The last number on her dates has a small opening on the left side which makes it a 3 - even though it looks a bit like an 8 in the picture.
|Ancestor Searcher||RE: Michael Franks|
Yes, time is making wear on the old memorials. Some are close to being gone. I especially like posting old ones because I know some will be gone over the winter because they are close now.
|critter||RE: Maria Fillmore|
Glad to help! :-)
Added by critter on Oct 15, 2014 10:18 PM
|sds||RE: James Perryman Casteel|
I appreciate that you provided such specific location information, but a two-man, row-by-row, half-hour search of the specific and general area was unsuccessful. You might check with the office to verify the location & confirm that there is a headstone.
Added by sds on Oct 15, 2014 3:34 PM
|critter||RE: Maria Fillmore|
You're welcome! By the way, her DOB is Aug 3, not Aug 31st, in case you want to correct that on her memorial page.
Added by critter on Oct 15, 2014 9:43 AM
|critter||RE: Maria, Louis and Amanda Fillmore|
My pleasure, Jim. I uploaded two photos of Maria's grave for you, and now you'll be able to fill in her birth and death dates. I wish you could see the mountains in the distance in the first photo - her site is a beautiful place and it was a lovely evening on Monday when I took these.
Added by critter on Oct 15, 2014 7:24 AM
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