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In the last few years, I have been creating memorials for my family, as I discover where they are buried. This is still an on going project.|
Find a Grave has implemented a new way to submit Edits! Unfortunately, there are far too many members for Find a Grave to notify everyone via email, so it's up to us to get the word out. If every member posts this message (or similar) in their profile, hopefully we can help spread the word.
To suggest a correction (SAC) click on the edit tab of the memorial that needs to be corrected. Then click on the link which best describes where your edit should occur. Enter your correction, when you're done, click submit edit. Your request will be sent to the manager of the memorial and will appear in the managers' profile under the Edits tab.
Managers will no longer receive emails. They must go directly to their profile page and click on the Edits tab. Managers can approve, deny or ignore, suggested corrections. It's quick and easy!
Requesting a transfer other corrections are still handled the same way. Click on "suggest any other correction or addition," type your message and press "send this message." The manager of the memorial will receive an email.
Recently (Aug 2011), I transcribed The Bay City IOOF Cemetery. I have created a spreadsheet of this Cemetery, taken photos of all of the headstones and put this information on FindaGrave. I have tried to research something about the person and link them with their family members.
I have completed photographing all of the headstones at the Fairview Pioneer Cemetery. I have also received from the Tillamook Pioneer Museum a listing of all of the graves that are in This Cemetery, along with a map. It is quite a small cemetery and it is quite overgrown, there are not many headstones left that are readable.
My next goal is to transcribe the cemetery at the Sunset Heights Memorial Gardens. Thank you to everyone who helps me out on this journey.
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Yes, her first husband was a Bolster, her second was a Stoldt.
|Sheri West||Kenneth Hester & Roxy Donaldson|
Thank you for trying to locate their tombstones :)
|Patty C||Bay City etc photo requests|
Thank you for your efforts. What a shame there were no gravestones!
Added by Patty C on Dec 30, 2014 7:08 PM
|Linda C. Driscoll||Alexander Campbell|
Really appreciate your getting a legible photo of Alexander Campbell's marker. Thank you so much! Linda
|John Speer||Wurdemanns in Seattle|
I don't know what I was thinking! I have a very liberal transfer policy about transferring my mow rowing memorials to other interested site members, and should've just sent those to you in the first place to edit yourself.
|Martin Burrell||James Stephenson Gray|
Greetings, I thought you would connect him to his parents.
Please check your material on Early Oregon's. It lists the wrong spelling for her maiden name. Please, add their date of marriage. I have been holding onto this record for a couple of years forgetting to ask for corrections.
There are other postings on your site for James Gray, you will see that his name appears several times. Will you be able to post the location of their interment? It would appear that he was a Capt. in the Oregon Calvary as that is on his marker..
Margaret Jane Scovell and James Stephenson Gray -- their marriage license is dated 10 April 1867 and they were married at the Scovell home in Linn County, with her parents and family as witnesses. The new couple continued living in Linn County until sometime after 1880, when they all moved to Tillamook County and their remains are found in the Scovell Family Cemetery at Nehalem, Tillamook County, Oregon. Her husband and parents are all interred there.
I hope this information is an encouragement to your people that try so hard to give out the correct information. They do a great job and I am so thankful to each of them.
Sincerely, Martin Burrell
P.S. James S Gray's has two of his parents interred in Union Point Cemetery, Brownsville, Linn, Oregon.His birth mother is interred in Hopewell Cemetery, Morning Sun, Prebe Co., Ohio.
Father: John Gray: Find A Grave# 138043739
1st wife: Nancy Brown Hamilton Gray (1802-1848): Find A Grave# 14766768
2nd wife: Isabella Rook Gray (1815 - 1878): Find A Grave# 91946171
Name Scoville, M J & Gray, James S
Record Type Marriage
|Martin Burrell||Margaret J. Gray & James S Gray|
Greetings, from Martin Burrell. [Their memorials are both under your custodianship].
Please, post this marriage information found
at the Oregon State Archives, Salem. The return
date is important to finding the record.
Margaret J. Scoville was married to James
S. Gray at the home of her parents, in Linn
County, on 18 April 1867. The witnesses were
her parents and family. The marriage license
was dated 10 April 1867 and returned to Linn
County, on 12 May 1867.
|Nancy (Zeise) Cloutier||RE: Switch Spouses Please|
Ethel C. Wilder & first husband Clarence E. Ferrington #107522843 were married 1914. Ethel C. Wilder Ferrington & second husband Hans Therkelsen #94377813 were married 1920.
|Nancy (Zeise) Cloutier||Switch Spouses Please|
Please switch husbands for Ethel C. Wilder Therkelsen #76998789 - First husband should be Clarence Ernest Ferrington #107522843, married 1914 - Second husband should be Hans Therkelsen #94377813. I did use the Edit button, but haven't seen the change yet, must take sometime. Can you fix this please ? My #47605741
|A Family Who Loves Genealogy||Hugs of appreciation sent your way!|
I absolutely do love the new system! Many times memorials are not active any longer and with this new feature, we are able to make those links!
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