|Thomas Henning (#46579643)|
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I want to express my thanks to everyone who has sent corrections and additional information to me concerning my entries on Find-A-Grave. I hope everyone doesn't think I am rude for not getting back to them and thanking each individual one. There are only so many hours in a day. |
Rather than creating a duplicate memorial of a memorial someone else has already entered, why not contact that person and ask them to either edit their entry or at least transfer that memorial to you.
Please, if anyone discovers a mistake in my entries or have any information to add, delete, or would like a transfer of a memorial please contact me through Find A Grave or send me an email.
Please feel free to copy photos I've added on Find A Grave.com for your own family history records. It is not necessary to contact me directly for permission, but please indicate that I provided the photo and that it is being used with permission.
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|D Burke||Ann Bankson|
I have a question for you concerning Ann 12295923 and Andrew 63030913 Bankson. The only Iowa marriage certificate I can locate for an Ann and Andrew Bankson in Jackson County is in 1864. Do you think this date is a mistake, the gravestone has the incorrect date, or I have the incorrect people. Right now I have Andrew T connected to Ann Bankson. I would greatly appreciate your assistance on this one.
D Burke 48576045
Added by D Burke on Mar 03, 2015 6:12 PM
|Amy E. (Drayton) Griffith||memorial #15627297 & # 15627309|
I was hoping to find out if you have a close-up picture of the stone that is attached to both of these memorials so I can read all of the sides. Do you remember if both of their names are on the stone? John & Ann Margaret were brother & sister. I know Ann Margaret was married & I was wondering if he might be on another side.
Thank you for all the work you have done, it means the world to me & my family.
Amy (Drayton) Griffith
I saw a record that you entered for Margaretha Entringer, buried in Saint Nicholas Cemetery, Bellevue, Iowa. I believe this to be my husbands 3rd great grandmother. We did not have a death date for her, but knew hat she was born in 1780.
Where did you find this record? I wondered if it might have been in the parish cemetery records. I would be curious to know.
Added by TX+MN=MD on Feb 26, 2015 7:37 AM
I sent you an email a bit ago about memorials in Belevue City Cemetery in Iowa, link here
There are surname Unknown and ?? and there are many that are the same, thus duplicates. Can you take a look at them and combine or delete the duplicates? Thank You, Rosalie
|Carol||Tilton Cemetery - Edwards|
Jonas and Dorothea EDWARDS are my 4th gr grandparents. I am wondering if you would mind turning the graves over to me. The other five EDWARDS are in that line to. You did a wonderful job covering that cemetery as I am sure there is not much left there. Thanks!
Added by Carol on Feb 08, 2015 3:32 PM
|Carol||Tilton Cemetery - Edwards|Added by Carol on Feb 08, 2015 3:26 PM
Charles and Joyce Kenniker were not the parents of Kelly and Nicolas, they were their grandparents.
Charles and Linda Kenniker were the parents of Kelly and Nicolas.
Added by Meggan on Feb 06, 2015 4:25 AM
|Cheryl Locher Moonen||RE: 2 different cemeteries|
Thank you for the use of your entrance photo to St. Johns in Bellevue. IAGENWEB has had confusion also in this matter. We are also working on our end to straighten it out. Cheryl
|Thomas Wickie||RE: Saint John's Lutheran Cemetery (Bellevue)|
Thanks, but I did not submit that rural cemetery photo to be placed on the pages for those buried in the cemetery in Bellevue. Somehow the Findagrave folks have just connected the two sites. Hope they can fix it. I would like to have an opportunity to have a photo of the city cemetery entrance or something of that sort.
|Cheryl Locher Moonen||2 different cemeteries|
I photograph for IAGENWEB & Find A Grave. I starting working on St. John's Lutheran in Bellevue and wanted to add photo's to both web sites. But there is a lot of confusion. You have a photo for the entrance of St. John's Lutheran in Bellevue, large limestone block, along with the church in St. Donatus. These are definitely TWO different cemeteries. On IAGENWEB we are creating a new cemetery for the Bellevue Lutheran Cemetery and I wanted to use your entrance photo for the IAGENWEB St. John's Lutheran/Bellevue, is this okay? It may be over a month before I get back to Bellevue to do anymore work. On Find A Grave these two different cemeteries need to be separated because looking at some photos the two cemeteries have been added as one. Thanks, Cheryl
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