|Wayne DeMunn (#47069074)|
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|It is sad and unfortunate that the find a grave site now has police that go around searching for minor rule offenses and harass its members with deletion demands.|
These find a grave police send only their requests through the the edit tab and have disabled and removed there contact information so as not to be bothered by the person they are harassing. I imagine hundreds of other members are also being harassed.
Some of these people have taken it upon them selves to hoard up unclaimed memorials, or even post a new one one for recently departed of those very same people they are harassing, effectively stealing control of these memorials before the true family member can get around to it. This type of behavior has turned this site into a real life game of 'Who Controls The Memorial's?' I didnt join this site to play games.
I thought the site was created for family's and family genealogists but apparently not. It seems it was created by busy bodies with nothing to do, but go around and pick apart every little possible rule transgression on a given memorial.
Yes we must have rules but many of the find a grave rules were ill-conceived from the beginning and outdated now. I could write a book on the subject but I dont have time for that.
When I joined this site, My initial thoughts thoughts were there may be too many cooks in the kitchen here and as time has progressed, my original hunch turned out to be correct.
In the past I promoted this site to others as a great researching tool but if some family members are memorial are deleted, whats the point?
I no longer will promote this site but I will remain active with my direct relatives and will still honor legitimate corrections & transfer requests.
I'm currently working on a personal website, untouchable by find a grave police, in order to share the family genealogy with family members.
As I recently mentioned to a friend, there are many great people involved on the find-a-grave site but a few bad apples are ruining it for the rest of us. Life is just too short!
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|Lettie Kirby||RE: Catherine Fairgrieves|
Thank you also for understanding. I don't know what this person wrote to you when they asked you to delete your Memorial. But if it was anything like the demands I received, he/she should be reported to management. If you want to forward her message to you to me, I'd love to see it. I should think that when "requesting" a deletion one would give the parties a few days to correspond and sort out any problems. Did you notice on her home page all her virtual cemeteries are Memorials she/he is trying to get deleted? Really way over the edge! If you wish to communicate further, my email is on my home page. Just let me know what you need.
Best Wishes, Lettie
|Lettie Kirby||Catherine Fairgrieves|
Just in case you hear from LN again, I want you to know I am holding the older number of Catherine just in case you prefer the older number. Some transfers like the older number and don't mind moving the info. Others prefer to not re-do all of their work and keep the new number. I would try to explain this to LN but she/he disabled their messages. Some people on here are so rigid about suggested rules(They think they are laws, I guess) that it takes the fun out of being a member.
Your new friend, Lettie
Wayne, I have deleted my Catherine Patterson Bowley Fairgrieve and transferred my other Fairgrieve to you. I am related however very remotely through marriage. I am also distantly related to the Hersey lines buried in Belvidere. If you are close and want to take photos, let me know. I will put in requests. It seems most of the Belvidere Cemetery is listed but very few photos are posted for the Cemetery. It never clicked that the Catherine Patterson who married Bowley was the same Catherine Patterson that married Fairgrieve. So now, Thanks to you, I can straighten out another little mystery in my family files. Best Wishes, Lettie
|pdixon74||RE: Pansy Hollifield|
Hi, Thank you for the information about Pansy and Gerald DeMunn.
Added by pdixon74 on Mar 20, 2013 8:11 AM
Hi, Would you mind sharing the story of how Pansey and her husband met? Also do they have a find a grave page?
Added by pdixon74 on Mar 19, 2013 1:57 PM
|pdixon74||irrah hollifield 20003583|
hi, irrah and reuben have about 8 more children. if i can help with info. let me know. also one of irrah's granddaughters (pansey hollifield) married into a branch of demunns. thanks.
Added by pdixon74 on Mar 05, 2013 11:34 AM
|Nana x4||RE: Sarah Mace Hollifield|
Thanks for adding the links. Sarah was a sister to my gg grandather - Burgess Gaither. So that would make us distant cousins.
As far as dinner, I would love to have a good ole southern Sunday dinner. Too bad I never learned to cook that way...lol.
I don't think that we have corresponded before. I would love to compare notes. I'll send you my email addy in a sac on one of your memorials.
Added by Nana x4 on Feb 19, 2013 3:03 PM
|Beverly Dewey||RE: Day & DeMunn Headstone Photos|
Thank you, glad to help out.
There is currently no headstone for David Drisdale at the Brame Cemetery. Perhaps at some point there was as he is listed on a sheet that the owners of the property that the cemetery is located on gave to us before we took the pictures there. Not sure if there is a book with this cemetery in it or not.
Are you related to him and if so do you want to have him transferred to you? Just let me know. Have a great day!
Added by MKW on Mar 13, 2012 8:12 PM
|Donna Thomas||RE: Jess & Rosa Burnett|
You're welcome. I'm glad I could take the photos. And, you do have my permission to use the photos on Ancestry.com.
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