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|I will be happy to make additions or corrections of any inaccurate information of those Memorials I manage.|
One thing however, if you are one of those who follow every memorial I have posted or do post, and pick them, looking for something to Edit, don't. If I miss something significant then by all means submit an edit. But if you are one of the aforementioned and there are a few of those who do it regularly, then sooner or later I will "ignore" your edits. I spend considerable time researching some of the memorials so if you feel the need to look for edits then make your own memorials up, please.
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|David Schram||FAG # 149269175|
Would you please transfer management of Betty's memorial to 47643772. She is a very close cousin of mine. Thanks for your consideration.
|Joybug||Louis Edward Davis|
I appreciate your memorial for my father-in-law. It looks very nice. I was hoping you would transfer management over to me on this one.
Thank you very much.
Added by Joybug on Jul 04, 2015 7:20 PM
|A Footstep In Time||Norma Williams|
Thank you for adding Aunt Norma's obit. I linked her son that passed recently.
Thank you for your bio!! :)
I had something simular on mine. I call these people the cemetery police! But heads up, the last time I went to my bio page it had been changed and any reference to these people had been removed. This really hacked me off. I am still debating on if I should continue adding my hard work to this site. If it is not appreciated why bother?
Have a Blessed Weekend.
|james slayter||Linda Welch Anderson|
Linda is my first cousin. Thanks for the memorial. Would you be so kind as to add a link to her Father Find A Grave# 9517959 and Mother Find A Grave# 9517837.
|Charles W. Coody||Annie Outlaw|
Her maiden name was Annie F. Hadwin. If you live close to the New Ebenezer Cemetery, would you please take a photo of the headstone and update your memorial with the picture. This individual is a great aunt. I am in the process of doing research on my family tree and am trying be as accurate as possible since I am writing a publication on my family ancestry.
Charles W. Coody
24503 Flint Creek
San Antonio, TX 78255
|Backwoodsman||RE: Grave Photos, Lou Moffet & Avarilla Cockerham|
You're more than welcome.
|connie woodward||Tom Struth|
Thank you so much for the post on Tom C. Struth. He is a (Perry) relative of mine. We had spoken a few times when he was in LA and I missed his funeral. It was wonderful to see his extensive obituary/tribute. Thanks for all you do.
Most sincerely, Connie P. Woodward
Searching for Caroline Smith's Brother
Wyley Smith B-about 1836. can you help?
email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
|JB BERRY||Russell @ NLVC|
Re: Louie Russell
Created by: lpost
Record added: Dec 02, 2014
Find A Grave Memorial# 139493669
Photography of temporary marker reveals name of Louis Russell, Jr.
National Grave Marker Locator reveals name as Louie Russell.
Will advise name on permanent marker when final photography is finished.
Added by JB BERRY on Dec 26, 2014 7:32 PM
|Robert Braselton||Caney Creek Cemetery|
When I went to the Caney Creek cemetery back in 2008 (I believe) there were tall trees surrounding the cemetery. You had to park on Seven Pines Road, go through a logging gate and walk about half a mile down a logging road before you came up on the almost hidden cemetery. It was almost covered completely in underbrush. I went back a few years later and found that the timber had been cleared and much of the old logging road was buried under the remaining timber scraps. This made it difficult to walk but the cemetery was more visable. The Bossier Sherriff's office helped lead me to the location of the cemetery and told me that the land owners had to allow visitors permission to visit the old cemetery. The gate to the logging road is on the west side of Seven Pines road but closer to the north end about two miles from where it intersects with Hwy 160. The road from the logging gate to the cemetery does not follow a straight line but zig-zags back towards the left (south and east) as you walk toward the cemetery. I don't know what the area looks like now but I am sure there are waist-high trees or brush by now. Be careful if you go during hunting season. Good luck.
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