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Disclaimer, The content of information on individual records may or may not be correct. I have had edit request for connections and changes on memorials, one time each party claiming that two different sets of parents were the parents of an individual. Edit request are sent without a source for information.You must do your own research and apply it to your off line family history.|
The only accuracy that I can be sure of is that the headstone photo's I have put on Find A Grave are in the right Cemetery. Other memorial I have posted came from obituary information which stated burial. Thank you to all members who post headstones to these memorials. Your hard work and dedication to this project is very much appreciated.
If you would like to request a transfer of a memorial that falls within the guidelines, please use the SAC (Suggest a Correction process)and include your relationship to the person you're requesting, and your F.A.G. number.
Quote: One of life's greatest mysteries is how the boy who wasn't good enough to marry your daughter can be the father of the smartest grandchild in the world.
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|Cheryl White||Elmer Imthurn, Maple Hill, KS|
I have updated the pages for Elmer and his wife Charlotte in the Maple Hill Cemetery, Wabaunsee County, Kansas. In doing so, I have found a duplicate page for their son, Dan, who died in 1949. After I verify the account of his death (the other page used an uncited source), I'll update his page also.
|deanna french||Greenwooa Co.KS Marshall Hatch Civil War Veteran|
May I use the monument photo that you contributed to the Memorial page of Marshall Hatch, to post on the Vermont C.W. site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive credit for this.
|Joe Roberson||Thanks for transferring|
Bascom and Hannah Roberson whom I remember visiting as a child in the 1950s. Know you are treasured for all your efforts in preserving history. JR
|John "Mike" Kinsey||Just thinking....|
I have "bumped" into "Wonderer" so many times researching my ancestors buried in SE Kansas, that it seems you have become a friend I have yet to meet.
You have memorials for my Matlock relatives in the Janesville, Hamilton, Greenwood County Cemetery, and my Grandfather Fred Kinsey. I added his father John Wesley Kinsey, and then recently we had a tombstone placed on his grave, unmarked since 1923.
Now in my retirement years, I am thinking of placing a stone at Janesville with my and my wife's names for future use. When we do, and it is added to Findagrave, perhaps you would consider holding the Find A Grave memorial?
Don't get in a hurry. I am not. Just planning.
|Kathy||florence elealnor Allen|
I would like to add somethings to my mothers Findagrave but I'm not able to. How do I do that? Raymond Allen and Steven Loy Allen at Oaks Cemetery are my relatives. Please let me know because I believe you are the one that firt put them on the page.
Added by Kathy on Aug 30, 2016 8:56 PM
|Phyllis Nelson||Permission to copyy photos|
I would like your permission to use your photos from Find A Grave in my Grandmother's family tree on Ancestry. These are all very distant relatives to me but I would like to include the photos to help prove they existed. Thank you for your work with Find A Grave. Clayton Glen Hoffman #115480554, wife Edna B. Goering Hoffman #115480520, Glen Hoffman # 115481624 (their infant son. I will give you credit for the photos. Thank you for your consideration. Phyllis Nelson
|Denny Carlisle||Phillip and Edith|
Thanks for the gravestone photo for Phillip and Elizabeth Wambsganss at Grant Cemetery. Denny Carlisle
|Denny Carlisle||Phillip & Edith Wambsganss|
Thanks so much for the gravestone photo for Phillip and Edith Wambsganss at Grant Cemetery. Denny Carlisle
Thank you for making the name change for Lizzie Sparrow to match the gravestone.
Added by Lee on Jul 10, 2016 8:07 PM
|judy hardison||Lyon County|
Has no one done any graves in Lyon county?? I have tried to find my grandfather and Lyon county comes up empty. Thank so much for your work with the Greenwood cemetery.
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