|Steve Kruger (#47451578)|
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My wife and I enjoy walking through cemerteries and often stop while we are riding our motorcycles. My wife is the secretary of the Fountain County Genealogy Society.|
I'm not in this for recognition or to amass numbers, just for fun and to be of help if I can. Anyone can use any of my photos for personal use, I don't mind.
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|AZEXPLORER||My typo below...|
I meant to type:
"I see that the edits are applied NOW!"
|AZEXPLORER||Thank you! I see the edits are applied now!|
Good job! I see that the edits are applied not! Thank you for that.
Just FYI, when people send you edits, there is no notification to you that you have edits awaiting your approval/acceptance. You need to periodically check to see if any are there waiting for you.
I login at least once a week just to check to see if I have any edits sent to me that require my attention and approval.
I wish there was some kind of notification when there are edits waiting... but there isn't.
Thanks for all you do for Find A Grave! This is a great resource that we are all contributing to!
|AZEXPLORER||The edits are still not accepted... can you accept them?|
The edits that I sent you for Martha and William Krueger are still not accepted/applied.
Do you need help on how to accept them?
It is really easy... just go to your bio page, and in the upper right corner are three tabs.
The first tab says "Edits"
Click on that "Edits" tab, and you will see all the edits that people have sent you that are awaiting your approval.
Then, scroll down and there is an "Accept" button that you can click and it will automatically apply the edits that were sent to you.
Easy peasy. No more needing to manually make the changes yourself, just click the "accept" button.
|AZEXPLORER||Martha C. Krueger A Grave Memorial# 67761995|
Hello Steve, can you review the edit I sent you on March 31 and approve it? If you need help knowing where to review and approve edits that are sent to you, let me know and I can help you. Thank you. Deb
|Onlyarethusa||Use of Photos From Find A Grave|
It is so refreshing and wonderful to see your message saying anyone can use any of your photos, that you don't mind. I hope this applies to photos not just of headstones, but to family photos as well. I am related to Elizabeth Ricketts Richardson and would love to use the photo of her and her children on my tree. If this is not okay with you, do please let me know and I will remove it promptly. Again, thank you for providing the photo, and for all you do on Find A Grave. :)
|C. Morgan||Eudora Newcomb|
Check Eudora's memorial page. Deb has fulfilled my photo request.
Happy Holidays, Carolyn
|C. Morgan||Eudora Newcomb|
I was reviewing the memorials I have created and clicked on Dora's page. Love the photos you posted! Thank you. Don't you want the memorial transferred to you? You have so many beautiful family pictures - you are so lucky.
|C. Morgan||Georg Kruger Family|
I was researching the Newcomb family and ran across Eudora Kruger who married Robt. Newcomb. Turned out not to be one of my Newcombs - but since I had the inf, I created a memorial and linked her to her husband and son. Then I had to look for her parents (you know how that goes). I find two memorials for her mother: #130570493 and your memorial page (your page of the earlier page and has very nice pictures). Don't know if you want to request the second to be deleted...just wanted to make you aware.
If you have any pictures of Eudora you would like to post (memorial 136280286) or if you would like me to transfer her memorial to you, just let me know.
Just trying to help - Carolyn
|D Stonebraker||Troy Timmons?|
Are you related to Troy Timmons?
|T. Goetz||Grave marker|
Firstly, Thank you for you photos of grave markers. We all appreciate it very much.
Can you possible tell me what the grave makers says for Henry Dickman #25233674? I am trying to locate my great great uncle that died in Indiana due to the cholera in the 1850s.
Thank you so much,j
Added by T. Goetz on Jun 15, 2014 11:08 AM
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