|Patti Zapalac (#46583652)|
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IF YOU WOULD LIKE A CORRECTION MADE TO A MEMORIAL OR FOR ME TO TRANSFER A MEMORIAL TO YOU PLEASE SUBMIT THROUGH THAT MEMORIAL ONLY. I SELDOM SEE THE MESSAGES SUBMITTED THROUGH MY PROFILE PAGE AND THERE WILL BE LONG DELAY IN ACTING UPON YOUR REQUEST IF YOU SEND A MESSAGE INSTEAD OF A CORRECTION/TRANSFER REQUEST!!!!! |
I WILL ALWAYS TRY TO MAKE THE CORRECTIONS - PLEASE DON'T MAKE NUMEROUS REQUESTS BECAUSE IT TAKES ME AWHILE TO DO SO!!
Remember that all members are VOLUNTEERS. We give of our time, money, and love of history. Please don't spoil our fun with unreasonable requests, unclear emails, and general ill will. Pay it forward!
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Thanks for the transfer.
Added by Glenn on Jun 18, 2015 5:46 PM
|OLGA||William Steinke memorial|
Thank you so very much for the transfer of William's memorial. I very much appreciate the time and work you have done. The photo of the headstone is just great. It is very nice to see the final resting place of our family members. Thanks Again!
Added by OLGA on Jun 18, 2015 3:25 PM
|Kelly K||Request to delete photo|
I wrote you over a year ago about how you posted many memorials in the wrong cemetery. You never responded and I spent many hours to only find you posted in the wrong cemetery. Instead of duplicating your work I simply added my photos to your existing memorials in an effort to not duplicate but not waste my time that I spent many hours to get them so I will not be removing my photos.
Added by Kelly K on Jun 18, 2015 2:51 PM
|Linda Stienstra||Duplicate Memorial|
Catherine Isabel Cox Sherman, Memorial # 34087396
is a duplicate. Your's was the 2nd one added . . . .
Thank you so much for the recent memorial transfers they are a very special Christmas gift.... Jon Elshaug
Added by Scout731 on Dec 31, 2014 8:39 AM
|Carolyn Hebbe McLeod||Martha Boehm|
Thank you very much for the transfer of my family member to me.
|Debbie Klotsche||RE: photos from my posts|
Thanks for letting me use your photos but unless you can tell me you I asked to use I will not know - I ask everyone and I get a lot of e-mails.
You're fantastic...I imagine you've been told this many times before. I see that you have John and Nora in Saint Hans and Uncle Roy in Saint Johns in Grafton ND. Thank you for all your hard work...Semper Fideles....Jon Elshaug
Added by Scout731 on Aug 27, 2014 12:45 PM
|Peggy Bargen Duey||Find A Grave Change|
A friend told me about this chance a couple days after this was deployed. I have sent edits to you so I thought maybe you didn't know about it. You might want to pass it on to your friends. thanks!!! ~Peggy
New "Automated" system for "Suggest a Correction/Submit an Edit"
New System for Memorial Edits deployed by FindAGrave on 12/5/2013
Go to your Contributor/Profile page.
Look in the upper right corner. You should now see a tab called "Edits" - check there to see if any have been submitted to you.
Then just review and accept.
Way easier for doing updates to names / dates / places / plot #s.
You still will get e-mails to add info to bio section or do linking.
|Terry Foenander||Thomas Chubb|
I have the following data on Confederate Navy officer Thomas Chubb, with sources shown:
Thomas Chubb, born Massachusetts or Pennsylvania, about 1812; son of merchant marine captain, C. Chubb, of Texas (who was part owner of the Royal Yacht); ran away from home at a young age, and went to sea; spent his boyhood years in Boston; indicated to have provided arms and ammunition to general Sam Houston during the war with Mexico; shown residing as a seaman, in 1850, with his wife Phebe, and four children, at Galveston, Texas; engaged, pre-war, in the slave trade; appointed acting master's mate, Confederate States Navy, October 9, 1861, and placed in command of the Royal Yacht; captured aboard the schooner Royal Yacht, near Bolivar Point, Galveston, Texas, November 8, 1861; taken as prisoner of war, aboard the USS Santee; confined at Fort Lafayette; paroled February 4, 1862; exchanged and arrived in Houston, March 24, 1862, requesting permission to see his family at Galveston the next day; reported for duty, at Galveston, Texas, March 25, 1862; returned to command of the Royal Yacht, 1862; his commander, W.W. Hunter, wrote to Secretary of the Navy Mallory, in September, 1862, indicating that the services of Chubb were no longer necessary, and that he could be discharged with the authority of the Secretary; afterwards served as authorized agent to captain E.C. Wharton, assistant quartermaster (of the Confederate Army?); continued to reside in Galveston, as a harbor master, after the war; still shown residing there in 1889; died at Port Mills village, Vermont, while spending a summer vacation at his summer home in Vermont; remains returned to Texas; buried at the Trinity Church Cemetery, Galveston, Texas, October 2, 1890. [CSN Register; ORN 1, 16, 759, 844, 862 & 866; 1, 18, 827, 837 & 850 and 1, 19, 790 & 817; 1850 U.S. Census; Galveston, Texas City Directories, 1888 – 1891; Galveston Daily News (Houston, Texas) dated August 27, 1890, page 8, and October 3, 1890, page 8.]
Hope it helps.
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