I have lived in Colorado since 1981, except for 6 yrs from 2003-2009, when I lived in Virginia. I was born and raised in central Texas, where most of my mother's family is buried. Family is very important to me and enjoy finding out about my family history. My father's side of the family is buried in Texas, Ohio, and Iowa. My wife is buried in Colorado and as we were separated, I will probably be buried in Texas, next to my mother. Any information about my family is appreciated. Thanks.
Would you mind if I kept a copy of your photo of the Pioneer Cemetery in Eastland County, Texas? Some of my Tune family are buried there. Photo at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=pv&GRid=31621088&PIpi=68268384
Transfers I will be glad to make the transfer to you. Please understand the find-a-grave numbers are important to communicate for simplicity of transfer. Also, I know it has been two weeks since you asked for the transfer, people with many bios get many requests and questions. Find-a-grave asks that we be patient and curdious. My family has suffered a medical emergency costing one family member surgery and loss of life to another..at the time of your request bio's were just not that important.
RE: Re: Pamela Armstrong In your requests on October 19 - you did NOT include Find A Grave memorial numbers or your Find A Grave member number. In your requests a few days ago, it was the same thing - no numbers. Now you are making a demand that it be transfered IMMEDIATELY! IF you were following transfer request rules as established by Find A Grave, you would probably get a better response and responce time.
I am the only one who answers these requests and I get to them as quickly as possible - I do have a life beyond Find A Grave requests.