|Beautiful Stoner (Amanda Michelle Anderson) (#46811966)|
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Please understand that I am a volunteer, this is my hobby. My personal life comes first. Time is of the essence and I try to update request at least once a month. Please send your request and I will do my best to correct, request a merge or transfer the memorial to you.
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First, Determine if you really need the memorial transferred to you for management. Only request transferring of management if you have extensive changes to make to a memorial. You can add photos and suggest corrections without having to request management. Simply having someone in your family tree is not grounds for a management transfer request. With hundreds of thousands of contributors, we have many overlapping family trees and it would be impossible for all contributors to manage their entire tree.
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Third, If you have extensive additions/changes to make to a memorial, please contact the Find A Grave member who created the memorial via the "Suggest a Correction" link under the "Edit" tab on the memorial in question with your request to have the memorial management transferred to you. This will send an email request to the contributor, even if there is not an email address listed on their contributor page.
Fourth, Explain your relationship in the request! Any non-direct relatives (aunts, uncles, cousins, etc) are not required to be transferred. Keep in mind that the original contributor may also be related to the memorial and may not make the transfer. Again, always include your relationship to the memorial on a transfer request, in order for it to be considered. You may also want to include your specific interest in the memorial. Bulk surname requests must not be made. Be advised that memorials listed as famous or maintained by Find A Grave will not be transferred.
Fifth, The "Suggest a correction" feature may also be used to submit corrections, an original biography, and family links to memorials that do not fall under the above definition. (Be sure to include the memorial ID#s for the family links and how they are related, father, mother or spouse. The original contributor will make any corrections and add any additional information you have for that memorial, such as links to parents and spouses, provided the information is accurate.
Sixth, Please note that it is not appropriate to request a transfer and then, after receiving the transfer, delete that page and substitute it with a new memorial that you have created. This practice denies credit to the original contributor. Please use the original memorial page to make updates and add information.
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|Ross Adam Wood Sr.||Mildred McReynolds and family|
Thank you for creating the memorial pages for my Great aunt and her family members. If you come across any Clare(s) at Greenwood please let me know.
|MaxieMum||RE: Barbara Corley|
Thanks for the updates and transfer, Amanda!
Added by MaxieMum on Nov 21, 2016 3:52 PM
I hour two photo requests for Southland Memorial Gardens, West Columbia, SC. Will get those as soon as the property manager gives me specific locations, and get them posted.
Its really a small world, that's one of the things that makes graving and genealogy so interesting.
|Investigator||RE: Morgan, Kershaw County|
Thanks for the additional Morgan Info. Daddy always told me that they came from Sanford NC, thus his first name, Sanford. I will incorporate this info and see if I can expand it. May be worth a trip to Sanford and their court house and achieves.
You do have a vivid memory of Ruth and Curtis' farm.
Daddy and Curtis were in the CCC together, I don't think I knew what Curtis' job was, Daddy was a truck driver, when they built Sesqui. their camp was located on the opposite side of #1 Highway in the vicinity of the Clemson Experimental Station. Not sure if it is still there, but there used to be a pine thicket that they set out. when the WPA was cancelled and the CCC ended, the camp became an old folks home.
Do you remember Bennie, Ruth and Curtis son, he and I ran around together until I went into the Army. After he and Judy married and I returned home, they came to Fort Benning ,Ga., to visit. This was just before their son, Jr. and our son Jr. was born. Lots of Blaney and Lugoff memories.
Please keep in touch, your recollections stirs a lot of memories for an old man.
|Investigator||RE: Morgan, Kershaw County|
Thanks for the response. As you have learned, genealogy has become a money making resource for a lot of folks and government entities. The folks in Camden told me they had to charge, for what is considered public information, because the huge demand and their shortage of manpower.
Now I realize how we are related. My father Sanford Cook was Daisy and Sam Cook's baby boy. He and I dug the graves for Uncle Jack and Aunt Alice at Union Baptist in TookeDoo, as well as several family members buried there. And you are right about Curtis and Ruth being founders of Hillcrest Baptist. Most of the folks buried at Union and Hillcrest are related to us. You Referred to Katie Mcdonald, I have found it spelled several different ways, on her tombstone it is spelled McDonall.
When I was young our Sunday afternoons were spent at Uncle Jack and Curtis's homes. We always had to take Ellie a new pair of sunglasses.
I have turned every rock I could fine seeking family of the Morgans and Cooks from Blaney. I have been told that when Sherman marched out of Columbia, he went through Camden and burned all the official records in the court house, which makes sense based on all recorded history of his "Scorched Earth March To The Sea".
I'll keep digging and let you know if I find additional history. Thanks Again for the response.
|Investigator||Morgan, Kershaw County|
Amanda, Just wondering if you have had any recent luck with the Morgan family in Kershaw family.
I spent time in the court house and achieves in Camden with no luck. Their micro film is very poor and over the years has become very disorganized.
I am a member of the Blaney--Elgin Museum and Historical Commission. I was at a meeting in Blaney recently, with a lot of the older members. None of them could remember the Morgans.
Just thought I would ask since you seem to be fairly busy with your research.
|Kenneth Dixon||Dixon family at Oak Hill Cemetery|
Could you please transfer Mathew Frank Dixon #33684127, Edna Lee Wise Dixon #33684138, Elizabeth Dixon Barnes #33529383, and Ted Williams Barnes #33529382? Frank and Edna were my great-grandparents.
All the best,
|Janicekh||duplicates for Tommy C Thompson|
I have found 2 for Tommy C Thompson 1952-2009 yours #108006604 done in 2009 in New Hope Cemetery in Hickman County and you added the obit but there is no headstone. The other 108006604 is in Old New Hope Pinkerton Cemetery in Williamson County and has a pic of the headstone. That one was done in 2013. I did send this message to the other contributor too. I am working my family line and he is a very distant rel. But I do believe it is the same person. So don't want transfer
Added by Janicekh on Jan 28, 2016 4:19 PM
|Yvonne Smith||148069859 Cecil Wayne Armstrong|
Requesting a transfer. Cecil Wayne is my uncle. Thanks so much.
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