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Denise M. (#47099919)
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Bio Photo I believe that no one should die alone and no one should be forgotten!
Please note, if you send me a "correction", I will get to it. I save them until I make the changes. I do this this because it is something I enjoy but please remember this is voluntary. Be thankful for memorials created for your benefit, not critical. Thank you!
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Carol Greene
Correction for #39257404
Hi Denise,
Thank your for all your efforts in Find A Grave. In doing some research in my ancestors information I came across your listing for Tirzah Sibley Hall. It mentions that she was married to Orson Barnes but it was Orson Eddy Hall. He was my Great-Great Grandfather. Thank you again. Carol Greene
Added by Carol Greene on Apr 21, 2015 7:20 PM
Anonymous
Susanna Bullock Watson
I have a Susanna Bullock born 10 March 1746 in Rehoboth, Bristol, MA, daughter of Joseph Bullock, who married Benjamin Baker on 22 November 1764 in Rehoboth. They had 8 children. She died on 6 October 1804 in Leicester, MA. Are they the same Susanna Bullock?
Added by Anonymous on Jan 04, 2015 9:31 PM
Kgpris
Russell Hakenson
Denise,
Thank you so very much for taking your time to take a photo of this grave. I appreciate it very much.
KP
Added by Kgpris on Dec 22, 2014 6:16 PM
David Erin Butler
Blair headstone
Brrrr - thank you for getting out in the dead of winter to do this. it's much appreciated!
Added by David Erin Butler on Dec 22, 2014 10:59 AM
Lynette Blackwell Ball
The Blackwell gravestones
Thank you so much for getting this for me, it brought tears to my eyes to see it for the first time. You are so special to do this for strangers, I hope that you have been able to get the same success that you have given to me and others.

Forever grateful,
Lynette Blackwell Ball (granddaughter)
Added by Lynette Blackwell Ball on Jul 19, 2014 7:55 AM
George Harger
Duplicates in South Cemetery
Six duplicate memorials for the parties on the Israel Sibley monument were eliminated via merger, with all data preserved to your memorials. Also two more children will be connected to the parents. Many, many duplicates in the cemetery are now fixed.
Added by George Harger on Jun 07, 2014 10:05 AM
George Harger
Sibley Duplicates - South Cemetery
I meant to say you are the ORIGINAL for the duplicates.
Added by George Harger on May 21, 2014 11:23 AM
MixedStock
RE: Ernest Joshua Lee
Hi Denise,

You say your grandmother went to the Ohio cemetery and that it is her photo that you have posted on the Ohio memorial?

That is strange, because the monument is the exact same one (even incomplete date on Ernest) that is located in Cherry Hill cemetery in Michigan. Perhaps you meant to say she took the photo in the Michigan cemetery?

The information that Grace is buried in Michigan was ported from a veteran's database. Because she has a stone there inscribed with both birth and death years leads me to believe she is indeed buried in Michigan.

Because there are no dates inscribed for Ernest is probably due to the fact that he was buried in Ohio. Whether Grace was removed from Michigan and reburied in Ohio I don't know, but I would think they would have removed the headstone in Michigan if she was moved. Perhaps Ernest is buried in Ohio with a second wife, not Grace?

As for the photo on your Ohio memorial, however, it is definitely the monument in the Michigan Cemetery and should not be placed on the Ohio memorial in any case.

Hope this helps.
Added by MixedStock on May 20, 2014 7:46 PM
George Harger
Sibley Duplicates - South Cemetery
FYI, I have put in six merger requests for duplicate memorials that you received by transfer (resulting that you cannot delete without special Admin action). I will let you know how it comes out. Davis family is much worse, as I have identified 27 memorials so far that were duped and transferred to someone else in the same way.
Added by George Harger on May 20, 2014 10:32 AM
MixedStock
Ernest Joshua Lee
Hi Denise,

I noticed when I was looking for William Richard Lee in Cherry Hill Cemetery (I did not find him despite a thorough search of the cemetery) that there was a stone there for his brother, Ernest J. and his wife Grace. However, there is no death information for Ernest.

Then I realized that Ernest is buried in Ohio and that you uploaded the photo of the stone installed at Cherry Hill to the memorial in the Ohio Cemetery.

As per Find-A-Grave rules, this photo should be deleted from Ernest's memorial because it is not installed in that cemetery and it can cause confusion for others who might be researching his burial place.

Perhaps you can request a volunteer photo of Ernest's grave in the Ohio Cemetery?

Hope this helps.
Added by MixedStock on Apr 20, 2014 7:50 PM
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