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|Temporarily away from my desk due to my mom's illness. I will be in Arizona for the next few months. I am processing the "edits" and "emails" the best I can, but my mom is just more important right now. Please be patient. Mom just needs me more. My biggest problem is that I have no Internet. I find ways to make your suggestions and edits happen.|
Sue in AZ from 7/31 to 10/27/2014
Bob and I have completely different interests except for computers. Many entries were made when we were new at this hobby. I am adding facts when I can to create more complete Memorial Pages like adding dates and locations when possible from the census with links to other family members. Please do not nag me or hound me with numerous pages of marriage links or maiden names that I listed as middle names. I am getting around to them. If that is all you can find that I did wrong, I did well. We are not the greatest typists. We will fix our errors with a smile.
Refresher of the Find A Grave guidelines:
1) Transfers - We transfer to relatives according to the guidelines. Immediate bloodlines: parents, grandparents, great grandparents and great great grandparents. No transfers - cousins, aunts, uncles, step-children of someone, etc.
2) Photos: Ask before you just take or use. We did the walking and picture taking, not you. Permission will not be granted for any photos we have taken for use on any other website, free or paid. Photos were taken for Find A Grave use.
Contributed facts: "Cut and Paste" with credit going to the contributor. This was much easier to do before the edit tab. Now I just hit ACCEPT and the name of the contributor is gone.
Bob and Sue
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|MSPY||Thomas E. Dickens #66584739|
Ophella Dickens #44294304 was the first wife of Thomas E. Dickens can you please link the two? Thomas married a second time after the death of Ophella. Luella Dickens #137831228 was the second Mrs. Dickens whom I have already linked to him. Thank you!
Added by MSPY on Oct 26, 2014 11:07 PM
|Joanne Gross Vaughn||Ted Hetherington|
Thanks for fixing that up.
|Laura Tibbs||Joseph Hugo|
Bob and Sue -
I requested a photo of the headstone of Joseph Hugo and received a note back that there is no Joseph Hugo located in this family plot? Do you have any insight on the burial of Joseph Hugo?
He is a very far removed ancestor, but an ancestor nonetheless, in my Armentrout Family.
|BParker||Harold B Brasfield, Sr|
Hi Sue and Bob,
I noticed you have the incorrect grave picture on the above subject's memorial located Evergreen Memorial Park Tuscan, AZ. Easy mistake as the grave picture is for his son, Harold B Brasfield. Harold, Sr's grave picture is with his daughter, Bertie Allen 1926-1926 as they share the same grave stone in the Evergreen Memorial Cemetery. I am sure you would want to make the correction.
Thanks so much,
Added by BParker on Oct 19, 2014 10:38 PM
|Ladybelle Fiske||Cousin of May Venable Jones Caldwell|
What is meant by a "Transfer"???
Hi Bob and Sue,
My mother was almost entirely raised by my great-aunt, May Caldwell, as her sister, my mother's mother, Belle Daniel Jones Hall, had to work as a clerk of the court and was also suffering from deep grief as her husband of about a year and a half died of Spanish influenza when my mother was six months old. The ladies lived together and Archibald and Isabella, May's children, helped to entertain "Babs" (Isabella Daniel Hall, my mother).
She grew up to be a Golden Age cartoonist during WWII and a painter in tempera and pastel. She and my father founded Quarry Hill, Vermont's oldest alternative community.
I would have liked to meet Polly (May). She sounded like a strong lady. I did get to know her daughter Isabelle and granddaughter Ann.
I don't understand all the rules about cousins and so on but I hope you don't mind my leaving this message. Are we relatives? I'd love to communicate! -- Isabella Fiske McFarlin, PO Box 379, Rochester, VT 05767
|Mevagissey Girl||Mignon Baim Ferman|
Thank you so much for the transfer of Mignon Baim Ferman's page. It is very much appreciated! Hope your mother is doing better now.
|Barbara Samans||RE: Bessie McMahon|
Hi Bob and Sue Can you give me more info regarding Bessie McMahon? I can not seem to find her. Maybe a find a grave number? I mean there are several Bessie McMahons and I am not sure which one you meant?? Thanks for your help. Once I have the exact person I will look and see what happened Thanks a bunch
|Shirley Lindenberger Hazelwood||Clarence Haas|
I just found additional information that may prove helpful on the ID of Clarence Haas. His mother, Esther J. (SMITH) Haas, is buried in the Cemetery in Monroeville, Ohio. Esther died on 03 December 1875. Casper Joseph Haas married Lorinda J. Smith in 1877 and as I told you in the previous message, they lived in Monroeville in 1880. I am almost positive that this is the same Clarence Haas. Shirley
|Shirley Lindenberger Hazelwood||Clarence Haas|
I am trying to find out if the memorial you have on Find a Grave is the same Clarence Haas I am looking for. The person I am looking for is the son of Casper Joseph Haas & Esther/Edith Smith from Huron County, Ohio. Casper Joseph Haas had 2 wives, Esther/Edith Smith & Lorinda J. Smith. Casper had 5 known children with each wife. They did live in Monroeville, Ohio according to 1880 census records when Clarence was 13. But, Casper Haas was living in the city of Norwalk in the 1870 census when Clarence was 3. Any help would be appreciated. Shirley
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