|Bernard Johnson (#575)|
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Resident of Southern California. Native of San Francisco Bay Area. Enjoy searching for notable gravesites and those of interest to me.|
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|Michelle Schluting||Nuttman Request|
While fulfilling your request for Aloysius W. Nuttman, I also created a memorial for Norma C. Nuttman, who is beside him. If you'd like to manage this memorial as well, I'm happy to transfer!
|B.J. Waters||RE: IPC|
Yes! What a pain in the butt that is! Joan tells me that ecriteria.net pulled the plug on them without warning. I didn't know that IPC did not have control over that database. Shows you what I know! But that explains why, when I asked a long time ago, why they couldn't make changes to it. There were tons of errors in that database, the worst thing being a glitch that caused hundreds of entries to have birth years in the 1900s that were supposed to be 1800s. It made hundreds of them look as if the birth year was before the year of death.
I do hope they come up with something better. I thought they were working on something quite a while ago. But I guess with nearly 400,000 burials, it will be quite an undertaking.
|John Andrew Prime||RE: Wilkerson|
Well I am PO'd at Findagrave. I created the David Wilkerson memorial page with what I thought was a pretty good bio. They replaced it with something far wordier that they credit to Wikipedia (which as a newspaper editor and professional writer I know is a no-no) and I have not gotten credit for the "famous entry" even though they acknowledge I created the site. Find A Grave really does seem to have gone downhill since Ancestry bought it. I really am thinking of pulling down all my entries and hope others consider doing so as well. Knowing it is Ancestry, how long before this becomes a pay-to-use site?
|S. Pisciotta||RE: Valente|
you're so right, every time I shoot headstones out there many edits always seem to come about, thanks for your support with helping the Italian cemetery get corrected, it sure was a "mess"
|Nancy||RE: Bertha MacNevin|
Thank you so much for your photo of Malcolm MacNevin. Yes, I really want a photo of Bertha Louise MacNevin's marker as she was my great grand aunt. I am not sure why she was not buried right next to him but it probably had to do with the fact that he was her second husband. Her first husband died and she married his brother. I truly appreciate your efforts! Maybe next time you are at that cemetery you can take a photo of Bertha Louise for me. That is amazing that you drove 100 miles!! Thanks again for your thoughtfulness.
Added by Nancy on Jul 14, 2015 7:44 PM
|Nancy Harris||Photos for Helen and Shelby Parrott|
I wanted to thank you for taking the time to photograph Helen and Shelby's markers. The photos look very nice.
Thank you very much for the photo of his gravestone marker and especially of the close of his photo. We served with the same company in Echo but during different years.
Very much appreciated.
Added by Tony on Jul 14, 2015 8:47 AM
Thanks for the great photos at the Greek Orthodox Cemetery. I appreciate your efforts.
Thank you for taking this photo of my relative.
I appreciate your effort very much.
|B.J. Waters||RE: Thanks, Bernard!|
Okay, I fixed the location. After I read your profile again yes, now I see that it is down here that you live. I got it backwards.
I just showed the photos to Joyce and she was so glad to see them.
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