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First and foremost, I have no desire to be the highest contributor, but to hopefully assist in filling in the gaps that may someday be priceless to others. My husband and I have spent many hours photographing grave markers & documenting memorials and the best reward is when a family member finds them. We can no longer walk cemeteries to photograph markers, but I still add memorials from time to time.|
Obituary photos are copyrighted. so, PLEASE do NOT add these photos to any memorials I have created. Please read FAQ under "Working with Photos":
"ONLY post photos for which YOU hold the copyright (meaning photos you took)!!!
In addition, PLEASE DO NOT add death certificates. They are only as accurate as the information given by the informant, and they very often contain inaccurate information. Also, some of the information can be disturbing to some people.
Also, I will not add obituaries unless they are my relation, so PLEASE DO NOT ask me to add them. You will be wasting your time and mine.
Should you find that I have made a mistake entering information or have duplicated an entry please let me know and I will remedy the situation as soon as possible.
All requests should be made using the "Edit" function, and should not be posted on this message page.
Finally, please do NOT add obits, death records, etc. on the "Add a Flower or Note" Option. This is against Find-A-Grave's policy.
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|Carin L Baxley||Memorial# 128155257 - Geraldine Bales Kovach|
I believe you have the wrong Geraldine Bales' information listed.
I believe the Geraldine Bales buried in this cemetery is the daughter of Barnett Hoover Bales and Addie Lindo. Geraldine Bales was born on 03 Jul 1921 in Daviess County, Kentucky. She married Michael R. Kovach on 21 Feb 1946 in Evansville, Indiana.
I only found this out because I was following the Mildred Geraldine Bales that you have listed as being buried in Sunset Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Evansville.
Carin L. Baxley
Thank you for transferring the memorials for Raymond and Gladys Brown. Your help is most appreciated.
Added by Sharon on Jun 22, 2016 1:39 PM
|Chris||Pittmans in Park Lawn|
You created the memorial for Lillian D (Pittman) Mills in Park Lawn Cemetery. I believe her parents are buried there, too, as their Browning cards show a "PL" for place of burial. Would you be willing to check the cemetery for record of James H. Pittman (1849-1931) and Sarah (Harwood) Pittman (1857-1935) burials? I was going to add memorials, but I'd like to be certain and to know what plots. Thank you!
Added by Chris on Jun 22, 2016 10:45 AM
|Pegge McDermott Marjamaa||Transfer request|
Thanks for the transfer of my Grandfather George Hack Pemberton. I appreciate it very muck. Thanks for all you do in here.
|Sweet Memories||39824811 Virda Young|
The obit I sent for this person was published in (The Boonville Standard
Friday, July 31, 1896.
|Paul Eichling||RE: Nonnweiler Jacobina|
I'm sorry. I was so excited to read information about the Nonweilers that I simply passed over the first two paragraphs. Do you know how I can get in touch with Alex? AND please keep the site you have done such a great job.
|Paul Eichling||Nonnweiler Jacobina|
I am related to Jacobina and you have done a remarkable job with your Find A Grave records for her. I am curious as to where you got the information concerning the births of her children.
Looks like it may have come from a family Bible.
Two children are not listed. One is Lewis or
Louis born 19 Feb 1841 and died 4 July 1921 and the other is Louisa born Dec 16, 1845 and died 28 March 1860. Your information may have come from Church
Records. If you have information as to the source I would certainly enjoy having a copy.
Thank You so much
|Lily Virdell||Thank You|
Dear ladyN70, Thanks for the quick attention to the edits I sent today. Really appreciate it. Lily
|Teresa Kahle||Seeking permission to use photo|
She is my cousin and I'd like to add this photo to our family tree software. Would you grant me permission?
|The Tanners||RE: WILLIAM RIGGS|
You're very welcome! Glad we could help.
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