|Peace4me||RE: 42868356 Ernst & Elizabeth Barte|
You are very welcome! I have been looking for this stone a long time. It is down over the hill in the weeds, so it is a little hard to get to. It is a little easier to get to in the winter time since the weeds have died. By summer time it well be harder to get to, the stone is in the part that doesn't get cut. Carla :)
Added by Peace4me on Mar 15, 2014 8:16 PM
I have transferred those memorials to you.
Added by Laura on Nov 17, 2013 9:37 AM
|FamTreeHunter||Mary Eva Driggs Gibson|
The way I have her name on her pg. is the correct way to do it. It would not be listed only as "Mary Eva Driggs" w/o the Gibson UNLESS she never took her husband's last name (and she did take his last name) OR if she had divorced AND took back her maiden name (she did niether)...that's why there is a seperate field for maiden name.
As to the other question you had, on each memorial in question...you would have to ask the person whose name is currently listed instead of your name.
|Cheryl Behrend||RE: Matilda|
Click on "Edit" under her memorial and send me the information.
That way I can find her you are talking about and the numbers for her and you.
|Amanda Fox||RE: Bennjamin Driggs #5817637|
You can just click on one of the pictures and at the top right of page it will say to delete the selected photo and you can just delete the one.
|Amanda Fox||Bennjamin Driggs #5817637|
Hi on Benjamin's memorial there is 2 duplicate pictures you have added. Could you please delete one? I just wanted to add a picture of him and the memorial already has 5 images so without sponsoring the memorial I'm unable to add a picture.
|FamTreeHunter||RE: Sarah Isabelle Hopton Driggs|
D/O: Dau. of
GD/O: Granddau. of
G-GD/O: Great-Granddau. of & each # means that many greats in front of Grand...
A/O: Aunt of
GA/O: Great-Aunt of
DIL/O: Dau.-In-Law of
M/O: Mother of
GM/O: Grandmother of
*U/O: Uncle of
*B/O: Brother of
*Where the D's are above if they're an S instead make it Son instead of Dau.
*Where the M's are above if they're an F instead make it Father instead of Mother.
*C/O: Cousin of (I rarely specify what 'kind' of cousin by using #'s) BUT once in a great while I will use CIL/O: for Cousin-In-Law.
Did you find them yet?
I sent them via the 'Corrections' button under Alfred's mem. pg b/c they're kind of long. Check your email under him.
Did you get my msg. w/ the directions?
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