You have a duplicate memorial for Kenneth Perry at Zion's Rest PB Cemetery in Randolph County. Please delete.
|Charles Brooks||Please add CORRECT info|
Find A Grave Memorial# 75567389
Tombstone has incorrect dates! and father is incorrectly stated on DC.
Name: Fannie Henry[Fannie Richamond] Birth Date: abt 1867Death Date: 29 May 1943..Death Place: Randolph, Alabama..Death Age: 76Gender: Female..Father Name: Tom Richamond..Mother Name: Simanthe Teel..FHL Film Number: 1908627
Sarah Frances "Fannie" Richardson Henry maternal grandmother of wife of brother-in-law of grand uncle Birth 30 Jan 1869 in Randolph County, Alabama Death 29 May 1943 in Randolph County, Alabama
|Jayanna Dotson||Estella Kirby|
Thank you for making the corrections on Aunt
I don't know if you are aware but you have made several duplicates in Shawmut Cemetery
Valley,Chambers County, AL. It appears that you posted your genealogy with links but many of these folks already had memorials made by other members.
One memorial for one grave....according to Find A Grave guidelines. Please check on this situation when you have the time.
|Bob Carter||RE: Wedowee City Cemetery|
Glad you were made aware of the duplciates. I generally point them out to others when I find them since I've posted a duplicate or two and never realized it until it was posted.
As to changing the name of the cemetery, no one can do that except for Findagrave. Not even teh person who created it since I tried to do that and they advised they were the only ones who could change the name. Drop them a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and let them know of the cemeteries and what the names should be and they'll take care of it. Naming of cemeteries is one of the biggest problems with Findagrave since creating one is easy, but many people create them from death records and have never been to that cemetery.
|Bennie Gross||RE: Flossie White|
Phillip, I have made the correction for you and also liked her with her husban.
Thanks for the info.
|William Mattingly||RE: Nancy A Kirby Williams|
Phillip, I certainly can't thank you enough. I'm glad to learn that my Aunt was wrong about the head stones. Most or several of my dates came from this same Aunt who may not have had all her facts straight. I think she had been just a girl when she was taken to the gravesite by her parents and that was many years ago. Thankfully she had the cemetery right.
|Rita & Lee Gordon||Natalee King Henson|
Thanks for the photo
I added the new info