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Usually transfer requests are made within Find A Grave guidelines. I am related to most of my entries. I don't transfer relatives.
My grave marker photos may be used for your personal non-profit use, please give me credit. All other photos and biographies belong to me and my family, you need to get my permission to copy.
Most corrections and additions which includes biographies (I will give you credit) made if requested politely. I do need to check them out first. Note, different spellings and dates happen, mistakes are made on markers, obituaries and even death certificates. Read Find A Grave's rules on obituaries please. For corrections, links or additions please use the EDIT button, not the message board. I DO NOT do transfers or corrections via the message board or a person's memorial.
Though I certainly appreciate the mass contributors, family is family and an uncle or aunt may have been very close to you but not fall within the guidelines, please rethink the rules in this case.
"Loves greatest gift, remembrance."
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|Dorothy Jo Sunday||RE: George Hedrick|
I have a distant cousin that is buried in Polk County, Florida but he also has a memorial in Walton County, Florida were he was from. I also have a cousin that was killed a few years ago that his mother had him cremated and his ashes is to be buried with her. But his father had a memorial headstone placed in the his family plot. It is confusing when you are doing research on the family but for some reason they have two memorials. A lot of the solders are buried overseas or their body never located but the family has a headstone in the family plots.
Hope you understand that it is not unusual for people to have more than one memorial.
|Dorothy Jo Sunday||George Hedrick|
Barbara, George Hedrick has a memorial in Wauchula Cemetery. Not for sure why or if he is buried in Wauchula and has a memorial in Arcadia. I took the picture so it is not a duplicate. He just has two different locations. I have found this more then once where a person was buried in one cemetery but has a headstone memorial in another cemetery.
|Robert Maupin Hall||Katherine Wittkoetter|
Hi Barbara-I am writing concerning entry number 108631519-Katherine Wittkoetter. I believe her mother was a Niederschulte and is related to my family. Do you know any information on her? Feel free to use my private email address to respond- email@example.com Thanks! Robert
|Angel King||RE: looking for information|
okay, Thank you I will try to look him up!
|Angel King||looking for information|
You seem to be quite knowledgeable about the mckendree cemetery, I am looking for information on who is the sexton or caretaker over this cemetery and a phone number to contact them. I am trying to find out the cemetery guidelines concerning monuments as well as facing directions and placement. could please help me find this info? perhaps it is ran by the city? any info you have will be helpful Thank you!
|Austrian Kolache||Elizabeth Kempton, Greathouse Cemetery|
Thanks for the links to Elizabeth's parents.
|Gary McDowell||Shiloh Cemetery|
Barbara, I posted the 64 graves in Old Shiloh Cemetery. This is about 1/8 mile from the newer Shiloh. There are duplicates Old to New. I think they came from a document entitled "Original Shiloh". I have been to the grown up Old Shiloh and have photos of some of the graves. I think you may have duplicated several graves that are actually in the Old cemetery.
What was your source for Nancy Crawford and Nancy Stone, for example. I don't believe they are in the newer cemetery.
|Austrian Kolache||Perlina Whitaker Stone|
Thanks, Barbara. Also Perlina's mother is listed only as Patsy in the 1850 Census, and have not found a marriage license. So Perlina is a step sister to the others. Patsy died between 1850 and 1855, as Rueban marries Rachel Walser around 1855.
Thanks again, Lynn
|Austrian Kolache||22333573 Squire Lindsey Whitaker|
I believe the first 3 children would be offspring of Squire and first Wife Lucinda Miles, as Lucinda passed away in 1838.
Rueban Miles Whitaker, I keep spelling Rueban as you have it.
Susan (Whitaker) Doty
and Lucy Ellen Whitaker (1832)
There are other possible Lucinda offspring. But I am not able to document them well. I keep them in my tree as good possibilities, and prob. got some of their background from memorials you made. (THanks) George 1830, Wilson Lee 1833 (prolific father in Edwards County) James 1836.
|Austrian Kolache||Annie Gardner|
Thanks for the links for Annie to her parents.
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