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|IHRP & Family||John wood|
As this is A cenotaph and you have his true grave I will keep this and work on getting it changed.
|IHRP & Family||cenotaph|
What is a cenotaph? How do I have a memorial designated as a cenotaph?
A cenotaph is a tomb or a monument erected in honor of a person or group of persons whose remains are buried elsewhere. It can also be the initial marker for a person who has since been interred elsewhere.
To add a cenotaph, create a memorial just like any other. Then email email@example.com with a link to the memorial and a message to mark it as a cenotaph.
I sent them in to be made cenotaph and will not remove them.
|IHRP & Family||Wood's|
You really need to read find a graves Frequently Asked Questions. If a name is on a stone it can be added and is not a double.
|IHRP & Family||John Wood|
Centaph are allowed. I will not remove him.
|geoffrey gillon||St Peter Churchyard West Firle, East Sussex, England|
Since Sir John and his wife were buried inside the church, why do you have the cemetery as the churchyard? Shouldn't it be accurately given as the Gage Chapel inside the church?
First of all, it is not a cemetery at all-in the United Kingdom, we use terminology very different than that in use in USA.
I don't have a problem in the burial location covering the church and the churchyard-initially, the wealthier parishioners were interred under the fabric of the church. From the point of view of Find-A-Grave's ‘final disposition, I find it helpful to create a new location for an extension churchyard, even though that is always contiguous with the original churchyard, but where there is a church cemetery, I insist that this is a separate location on findagrave, because generally, a church cemetery, remote/detached from the churchyard, is some miles away in the same town/village-and in certain cases, perhaps 20 miles away in a different town or county!
To answer your specific point, I would have thought that stating "Plot: in church" would cover this?
I have to say, that with the agreement of Find-a-Grave., we have merged chapels within churches, with the church proper-there really is no case for these having a separate location entry on Find-a-Grave.
|John Fahey||re: Sarah (March) Chase parents|
Many thanks for the additional information. Very interesting. Looks like I need to take a look at the will of Hugh March.
|John Fahey||Sarah (March) Chase parents|
I'm going to have to decline the following request for now.
"Please link Sarah Chase to her parents Hugh March and Sarah Moody March."
Do you have documentation on this relationship?
The book on "Aquila Chase & his descendants" lists Sarah March's parents as George & Mary (Folsom) March. Not sure this is correct, but until I get some more information Sarah will stay unlinked.
John (A Chase Descendent)
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||RE: John de Grey # 105469472|
And thank you for your vigilance!! I make errors, and love to have them brought to my attention and fixed.
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||Sir John de Grey|
You sent a correction for Sir John but I am at a loss as to what you wanted me to change or add. Everything you mentioned was already included in his bio, and that of his daughter, Maud. Please let me know what I am missing. Thank you.
|kimberley peaslee||RE: Ruth Barnard|
Thank you for the info that you have submitted to me many times over, but you need to understand that the reason I have not done it yet is 1) I moved 7 months ago to Florida from MA and I am still settling down due to a major set back in living arrangements, 2) I am working full time along with my husband and we are also parents of a 2 year old child and 3) I am also attending college full time. Please give me a chance to fix this when I find the moment. Please do not demand it to be done when you say so. Life has been busy and I am sure you understand that. Thank you!
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