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It never ceases to amaze me how many people visit or create memorials for deceased people but balk at having a picture of a piece of paper that says someone has died.....?? Just saying!|
I started doing research on my family tree around 1995 with my grandmother Dennis.
If you need edits to a memorial I have created please use the "EDIT" tab. When it comes to doing edits my SOP is to give credit to the person providing the information by siting their FAG member number in the "Note" section of the memorial. If you are not a FAG member and would like to provide an edit I will research the information first to make sure it's accurate since I don't have a FAG member to reference. If you would like to make multiple edits, please take the time to create a FAG membership. That way if there is a question about some information that was provided I will know where to turn. Also, you may find a long lost relative this way as well! I am more than happy to help with any research if needed.
As of February 2014 I am currently taking pictures of all the graves in Seaford Odd Fellows Cemetery so that I can enter them on FAG. After I enter everything I will go back and check for duplicates and any other problems. Thanks!
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|PatNYC||Harvey Debo - Lakeside Cemetery|
Thanks so much for the photo!
Added by PatNYC on Jul 11, 2014 3:19 PM
I was wondering why she didn't ask for the transfer before she put all the information on hers. Mine is older by 3 years, so it's not like she couldn't see it. I'm afraid if I transfer it, she will delete.
Thanks for the photo!
|Gaye Elliott||Use of your photos|
Hi, Laura, thanks for all of the hard work you do and the amazing quality of your photographs, in spite of their age. May I have your permission to use them as part of my family history research? Thanks. Gaye Gregory Elliott
|Family History Detective||RE: Thomas M Donohue|
thank you so much for taking the time to find the death certificate for me. He definitely is my grandmothers brother. I am thrilled to be able to link him to his parents and siblings. would you consider transferring him to me so I could write a biography for him?
|Pattiann Batze-Smith Harris||Cyndi Hastings Grave|
Hi, I am Cyndi's sister in law I do not know who Wanda is(the person who just has the picture of the vault up) I did the memorial for both Cyndi and her husband Bob because their daughter my niece asked me to. They are they same person, however I have all the information pertaining to both my sis in law and brother in law on my memorial page. Thank you for asking.
|John Reeder||George Lee|
Hello Laura, I don't know anything about George Lee other than what I found in "Tombstone Records of Dorchester County." I have never been to the cemetery and, as far as I know, am not related to George although I am related in one way or another to almost everyone else in Dorchester County.
|Sharon Slacum||Annie E Rash|
Thanks for the great picture. Have a good day.
|Patricia Black||RE: Walter Emms|
I'm assuming the initials were just W.E. (whereas, if it's my ancestor Walter Augustus Meadows Emms, there might be a few more...) Thank you so much for going out there, Laura -- It looks like it's fairly isolated. Best wishes with your FindAGrave work. This is such a good website/community.
|Patricia Black||Walter Emms|
Thank you so much for the photo of Walter Emms' tombstone, Laura. Did the stone contain any other information beyond age 51? Walter is a mystery in my mother's tree, born in Norwich England, but not buried beside his wife in Richmond, Virginia (though she has his name on a stone there). If there is any mention of "your" Walter being born in England, we may have added a little clarity to his story. Also, my Walter would have been 59 in 1899.
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