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|Kendall Mellem||William Schnabel 143397533|
Thank you for your edits for this memorial. I am not related to the Schnabel family, so if you'd like a transfer of the memorial, just let me know. Again, my thanks.
One photo was posted by someone else for James F. Smith, so I redid the memorial for him and deleted the rest of the photos as they were all mine (I tried to get all of WWI photographed and added over the last couple years). I then recreated memorials for James E, and James H. Along with your memorials for James L, and James W we now have memorials for all five James Smith's that died in 1918. Let's see how long they last.
|Anne Cady||James Smith, ANC (further)|
Looks like they merged James L, James W, and James E Smith. I believe the automatic merge program just looks for first and last name and the year of death. I notice you recreated James W and James L and put photos on them so I'll delete the James E (which now has James E, L, and W all combined) and recreate it with just James E. photo. I suspect that the merge will happen yet again however. No way I know to prevent it unless we alter the names to be James1, James2, and James. I personally hate to do that, but I am really getting tired of this happening with these three memorials (AGAIN), and there are a half dozen others as well.
|Anne Cady||James Smith, ANC|
Thanks for the heads up. Looks like someone got carried away with merges and merged a bunch of James Smith memorials together. I'll see if I can get it cleaned up, but I think this is the third time I've had it happen to a James Smith. Very frustrating.
|Miss Lilly||Jennette Johnson - Memorial #110196149|
Was wondering where you got the information posted for this grave?
Neither "Culbreth" for Jennett Johnson's maiden name nor "born in Sampson County" are on the headstone. Furthermore, her husband's information has also been altered (Memorial #110196145 - David Johnson) You added a middle name of "Bryan" and "born in Bladen County", both of which aren't on his tombstone. Where did you obtain this data?
|Andy||Rhone Cemetery photo|
Could you please look at #56511255 here in Rhone. You posted the same photo twice.
Added by Andy on Nov 07, 2016 5:17 AM
|Amy I.||Francis Madigan|
As I look more at this I am not sure this information is correct. The Arlington headstone says New Jersey, Color SGT.....My Frank Madigan was not from or lived in New Jersey that I know of and Color SGT - does this mean that he was African American??? or something else. He was not African American. I have been looking for more documentation on several Francis WIlliam Madigan and WIlliam Francis Madigan and I am more confused.
So any documentation that you have would be helpful.
Please email me direct at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks, Amy Anderson
Added by Amy I. on Oct 30, 2016 10:25 AM
|Amy I.||Francis Madigan|
Thank you for the update on Francis Madigans grave. I had not be able to find his birth information. Do you mind sharing with me where you found this?
Thanks for the update
Added by Amy I. on Oct 27, 2016 12:21 AM
|Kmoore50||RE: Mem. # 110196145 & # 110196153|
Added by Kmoore50 on Oct 06, 2016 7:34 AM
|Kmoore50||Mem. # 110196145 & # 110196153|
I am hoping you can tell me if these two grave markers are neighboring? I suspect this is a married couple. Cousins to me. Thanks, Kat
Added by Kmoore50 on Oct 04, 2016 8:28 AM
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