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The picture section of the memorial is for graves/markers and personal/family portraits, not scanned newspaper articles. Please transcribe data you would like included on the memorial and I may add it to the bio section.|
The flower section is for flowers or sentiments, not your opinion of the current candidate, your relationship, or biographical information about the deceased (Would you go to their physical grave and say "You were born in 1790."?). Use the edit tab and select "Suggest any other correction or addition" to send your information and I may add it to the bio section.
These are current guidelines for FindAGrave. If you do not like them, go elsewhere or lobby to have the rules changed.
I have a virtual cemetery for memorials with inappropriate content. I add these memorials to it and periodically send it to the admins for deletion of this data.
I am certain I have broken the guidelines myself at times, but I try not to mess up other people's memorials.
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|Michael Blankenship||RE: Allemong memorial|
Thank you so much! I've been fascinated with Edwin Allemong for years and I've done extensive research on his branch of the family. If there are any questions that I might answer for you please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks again.
|Michael Blankenship||Allemong memorial|
Would it possible to get you to delete memorial no. 17941074 for J. Frankie Allemong? He was re-interred on April 4, 1907 from another cemetery, he did not die on that day. He was also not the son of John Edwin Allemong and Nettie Porter Allemong. This is actually a duplication of your memorial no. 17940802 for Frankie Allemong, the son of John W. F. Allemong and Sarah Catherine Allemong. Burial permit 188 from Woodbine lists three children Hattie, Frankie and Irene Allemong being interred on April 4, 1907, all re-interments from other cemeteries. I think Gladys Allemong was also re-interred at the same time. Thank you very much.
|Dana Fox Mariner||Ella Buse Palmer, Ogle Co.|
Thank you for the photo.
|Von Mings Stachon||Richard J. Sterenberg, 35806965|
Richard's memorial lists Garret J. Sternberg (born 1891) as his son. Garrett is his brother. Richard was born in 1886.
|Honoring our ancestors||Lyman Frankin Rife, Sr|
Thank you for the plot photo for him. Too bad he never got a marker.
|Kathy Toms Freese||Recent information|
Thanks for adding my additional information.
|Charles F. Matze, Sc.M||Anderson Memorial|
Thank you for your suggestion to remove my memorial of my Aunt Marjorie. However since your memorial is incomplete. I feel that yours should be removed. I no intention to remove a family memorial.
Charles F. Matze
|Kathy Toms Freese||RE: Edits|
Thanks. I have been kind of obsessed. I talked to Dave Zellers about this and he said no skin off. I'll try to be careful. I have a mission to connect Ogle County.
|L Bruns||Asenath White|
I don't know for sure if she is physically buried here or not. The only thing I can find is that its engraved on the stone in Van Buren, and I also see she has a stone elsewhere. Perhaps its just in memorial?
Added by L Bruns on Aug 25, 2016 4:05 PM
|Dana Fox Mariner||Ella Palmer, Riverview|
I appreciate the info & with the plot I'm sure she must be one of ours, but does this mean she has no marker. These monuments don't have her name on them. Thank you.
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