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As I am not related to most of the memorials I have created on this site, I will transfer to family members, however distant. I only request that the request be made via the edit field within the memorial. |
TO THOSE OF YOU "STILL" QUESTIONING MY INPUT FOR OLD SWEDES CHURCHYARD IN DELAWARE, MY INPUTS WERE FROM THE CHURCH RECORDS AT THE TIME I INPUT THEM. NASTY NOTES ARE NOT NECESSARY AS I WILL MAKE ANY CORRECTIONS NECESSARY. OR SHOULD YOU DECIDE TO CREATE A NEW MEMORIAL, I WILL BE HAPPY TO DELETE MY ENTRY IF NOT CORRECT.
PLEASE USE THE EDIT FUNCTION TO REQUEST TRANSFERS AS I WILL NEED YOUR MEMBER NUMBER !!!!!!!
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|Tanya Jacobberger||RE: 34281778 & 34281770 Bilslend Burials|
Thank you. Appreciate the reply. Another family mystery. How they ended up buried in Pennsylvania. Something more to ponder. May never know. Thanks for all you do. Tanya
|Bill Bloom||RE: Sanford Omensetter|
That is how you turn on/off the Italics text in HTML. If something is enclosed between the "less than" and "greater than" characters, the html language that "builds" the web page see them as a text format "tags". "i" can be used for italics, b for bold. The slash "/" in the second tag indicates turn it off - end of text to italic or bold. Not all of Find A Grave fields will execute the commands, but the BIO and photo captions do.
|Judith Frye Gore Wilson||Use my name as reference|
Absolutely, you can use my name for your bio references. Not a problem. Thank you for asking. Judi Wilson
Looked up that member. Person is new to Find A Grave, correct? If so maybe just needs direction. And does name stand for "genealogy"? I don't know.
I saw your message about Old Swedes. I've photographed all stones here---readable or not. I've received messages as well. Grrrrrrr. My feeling is this is a very old historic cemetery and stones are fragile (at best). Better to have something than nothing at all is my view. Hopefully someday someone can match up correctly with the records they have there. That would be a major project, but worthwhile. Ignore the nasty!!! Like I said, better to have a crumbling stone than no stone at all.
Another steamy hot day :( Looking forward to cooler weather so I can get back out to cemeteries.
Added by Kimberly on Aug 15, 2016 6:28 AM
|Joel (Pal)||Lorraine Weierbach|
I recently learned that my aunt, Lorraine Weierbach, is interred in Estell Manor Veteran's Cemetery. If possible, could you place a memorial on here for her. I ask as you have already placed my Dad, Joseph A. Weierbach and, my uncle, John N. Weierbach.
Joel A. Weierbach
|Robin Truitt||Andrew Presky|
I am the grand-daughter in law of Andrew Presky, Find A Grave Memorial No. 8832124. If you would like to add to his memorial:
died: Wilmington, New Castle Co., DE
If you would like I can provide more information.
Merry Christmas to you and yours,
|Andrew Spear||J Emerson Dougherty|
Thank you so much, Joz, for the pictures of all the headstones you have uploaded to Find A Grave. It seems like everytime I find a headstone for a relative (most recently, several in the Head of the River Cemetery in Atlantic County, New Jersey) I find your name underneath the photo. I hope you don't mind if I copy the picture to my family tree, as I always give credit to you (or whomever takes the picture) and Find A Grave.
Thanks again for all your efforts.
|mercie ||Helen Manno|
I have spent years looking for my deceased mother's gravesite. Thanks so much for the posting.
Added by mercie on Jul 26, 2015 2:25 PM
|Joseph A. Chaplow||Rebecca B (Justison) Case|
Joz, Thank you so much for your work in Find A Grave. Rebecca is my wife's 4th Great Grandmother. I was elated tonight to find this memorial for her!
|C. Krueger||Edmund Lord No. 9401032|
No rush on the copy of the Pitt gravestone to help me find Edmund's. I wondered what would happen to the church cemetery now that the church is closed. Nice to know that the cemetery is protected and the graves cannot be moved. Your information is perfect for me to find his grave the next time I am in Pennsylvania. Most grateful = Carolyn
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