|Ms. Clyde (#46994776)|
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I have no problem with transfers; so don't be afraid to ask. I am a "people person", so I enjoy adding memorials, to record not only the location of a person, but also their existance and anything else I can about that person.|
This photo on my profile was taken at the 40' Hole in the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge on a beautiful day.
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|Margo Reasner||George Ambrose|
Thank you for your note about the duplicate. I deleted my memorial and then transferred my photo to the proper memorial. -Margo-
|SheWolf||RE: Roxie Futtner|
Hello my friend, I did get dates, and a middle name, surprise! Roxie is a guy. He's married to Mary Massaro and his middle name is Cornelius. I sent you a couple of edits, let me know if you got them okay, the dates are all there.
Added by SheWolf on Aug 24, 2016 5:53 PM
|SheWolf||RE: Roxie Futtner|
Hello my friend how is the hunting. It's so extraordinarily hot and humid here that I have not done much. Roxie is a male,
Roxie Cornelius. I sent a couple of edits. I'm on a tablet now, when I get back to my desktop I'll write back with the information. He was married to Mary Mather and he was born in 1890. More later
Added by SheWolf on Aug 24, 2016 4:54 PM
|Susan R Perhala-Horry County Cemetery Registration||RE: David Charles|
David Charles and Sara Alexis SMITH.... now how in the world did you spot that..... you are really good!
|Susan R Perhala-Horry County Cemetery Registration||RE: Jonathan Bell|
Although the memorial with the stone photo was created later, it is in the correct cemetery. I have sent Peggy who created the earlier memorial, a message asking her to delete hers as it's in the wrong cemetery. It's one of those guidelines of Find A Grave... whoever has the memorial in the correct cemetery takes precedence over the memorial in the wrong cemetery. We surveyed this cemetery for the county and we keep all our photo collections from each cemetery so it's easy to double check. As many mistakes as I know I make, this one is correct. Peggy is a friend- I asked her nicely and expect she will delete hers this time. Thanks for spotting that.
By the way-when we survey, we canvass the entire cemetery, marking each stone with a colored glass pebble as we go, so as to not miss any stone at all - It's a lot of work because we have to go back and pick up all those colored glass pebbles/stones... it's backbreaking, but it keeps us from missing anything or from duplicating our work. Just wanted you to know that we triple check ourselves about what stones are in a particular cemetery-that's how I know mine is correct. Sorry, still sounds condescending, but not meant to.
|Amy Vaughn||RE: Thomas Hall|
|Sgt Ed Elstan||Chambers|
Thanks, have corrected...Ed
|George Del Monte||RE: Richard T. Giblin|
Of course. I really have appreciated what many others do who may not even have any connection to the person's Find A Grave Memorial site they manage. Thank you for the offer. I have to correct one thing, though: the Richard T. Giblin you and I are "discussing" in the father of my brother-in-law. My Dick Giblin is alive and well and lives in Charlotte, NC with my sister, Elena, his wife. He was a Plastic Surgeon.
George Del Monte
|Bill Coon||Thanks for the correction.|
Thanks so much for the Correction on Carrie. I do check to see it there is one before I fill out the form, but I still duplicate on occasion. Thanks for keeping me straight.
|Sandy Boyd||RE: Ada Johann|
Fixed those pictures!
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