|L N H (#46910074)|
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I've been working on my family for about 15+ years now. I got started with it while entering my husband's family tree into FTM. An aunt of his had a pro do their tree in the early 70's - which makes me happy to have computers now! I've enjoyed meeting "new" cousins over the years and helping others find their "missing links". A huge heart sent Thank You to all who have already helped me and will help me in the future!|
Due to several responses from Memorial Collectors, I have had several friends transfer their memorials to me to manage. They can't take the stress of dealing with these collectors anymore. And, that's a shame.
So, following Find A Grave guidelines:
Transfers will only be made to those individuals within the 4 generation direct line - children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren, siblings, parents, spouse, grandparents, and great-grandparents. When requesting a transfer, please explain your relation.
Please do not make a duplicate of a memorial. If you are in the direct line as stated above - request that the management of that memorial be sent to you. Then you can make all the corrections needed. If you are not in the direct line as stated above - please send me a correction request. Transfers and corrections will be made as soon as possible. It might take a week - but, they will be done.
If a duplicate memorial is found and the owner is found to not be a direct line as stated above - I will request that the duplicate be removed. If it is not removed within a reasonable amount of time - the Find A Grave administration will be asked to remove it. It's very confusing to searchers to see duplicate memorials. And, it's disrespectful of the time and hard work for the original poster. I do my best to make sure I don't enter a duplicate memorial. I do make mistakes and enter duplicates at times. As soon as they are found- I quickly delete them.
I dislike having to go this direction, but it's needed action. I love walking cemeteries and taking photos. I love helping people with their genealogy.
Thank you for understanding.
L N H
Acton Cemetery - Acton, I...
Boling Chapel Cemetery - ...
Cloverport Cemetery - Clo...
Fairview Cemetery - Jaspe...
Hopewell Cemetery - Norma...
Hopewell Cemetery- Richla...
Park Cemetery - Greenfiel...
Rosehill Elmwood Cemetery...
Smith Cemetery - Perry Co...
Walnut Grove Cemetery - M...
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|Greg||Wilson & Dobbins|
Thanks again for helping me in linking family. Small thing, but means a lot when folks are searching for ancestors and family. Thanks for you contribution on findagrave.com
Added by Greg on Aug 21, 2014 10:34 AM
|chrissie ybanez||Magee family in Mount Gilead|
I was wondering how much research if any you have done in Mount Gilead. George Magee's brother Adam is my 3xgr g-father and I am having no luck finding him. Las t found Adam in Harrison twp, Hancock, In 1850 census
|Greg||Zapf, Leary, and others|
Thanks for helping me so many times with adding biographies and linking memorials with family etc. You do an excellent job!
Very much appreciated!
Added by Greg on Oct 23, 2013 10:56 AM
|Carol Kaye||IB Cooper|
Thanks for the info. The correction is made.
|Elizabeth (Wilson) Ballard||Matilda Irene (Wilson) Stoner Photo|
Thank you for photographing these stones and uploading the pictures. It is much appreciated!
|j veitz||Rudolph Weiersmiller|
I think I have found him.
Added by j veitz on Apr 05, 2013 1:10 PM
|Jo Ann Kaufman||oops! that's Elizabeth's spelling|
Rudolph got another e, Weiersmiller
|Jo Ann Kaufman||as Wiersmiller not Weirs muller|
Search Wiersmiller (name on stone and in Nathan's original entry from cemetery records)and if you then want to own the memorial, I will be happy to transfer it.
|Ron Kinney||Muller/Forest Hill Cemetery|
I check all three spellings, Muller, Weiers and Weyersmuller and I can't find him listed in either set of the records for Forest Hill. There are over 17,000 people interred here and without a section and lot number it would be very hard to find him, if he is interred here.
When I get a chance I'll check with the records keeper.
Sincerely, Ron Kinney
|Rhonda Brooks Daugherty||King|
Thanks so much for photo of Mrs Wyoma King's headstone. This is actually my bestfriends mother so it is very appreciated:)
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