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I follow the Find a Grave guidelines, please read them. This especially applies to transfers, as I have found that when refused a transfer, the requester very rarely follows up with the TONS of information and links they claimed to have in the transfer request. I do go back and research all my memorials and complete them as much as possible, it just takes time. The entire point is to get as accurate as possible.|
I research EVERY correction I get, so if yours is declined, it is because I found more/more accurate information.
Don't bother sending me cut and paste obits, death or census records. I don't add information in that format and I have access to all or most of those sources. If you have time enough to cut and paste, just write a meaningful bio for the person.
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Thank you for your wonderful work with Find A Grave. So very helpful.
I'm wondering if the grave that you manage, "BURIAL: Find A Grave Memorial# 116135764
Margaret Thursby Boyd, DOD 27 July 1930" is actually Margaret A. Ridenbaugh Boyd, wife of Robert Boyd, "Find A Grave Memorial# 31223486." Robert Boyd and all four of their children are buried in south Lawn Cemetery, but I can't seem to find a burial for Robert's wife, Margaret who died 29 July 1930 Coshocton city, Coshocton co. Oh.
Do you know where the "Thursby" part of her gravestone came from? was it on the gravestone or perhaps added in error?
Added by Rose on Mar 29, 2015 5:23 PM
|Roger Whiting||Albert and Elma Culver|
Many thanks for transfering my grandfather and grandmother to my care. Our family really appreciate's it.
Roger C Whiting
|June Taylor McClure||Cagle memorial|
Thanks for the heads up. I'm very glad to see you are still graving because you have made very significant contributions.
|Scott Rodgers||Edward V. Rodgers III "Ted"|
Thanks for the memorial to my Dad.
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