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I believe the ones who have left this life need to be remembered however great or small. Findagrave is a great place to do that with a memorial for them. Linking a family together is truly a great thing to do. Although optional I believe a photo of their marker, a photo of the person, or a little information about the person really adds to the memorial. A flower, flag, ribbon or a note also adds to the memorial.|
A lot of the information I enter is from death certificates, from birth indexes, from census records, and from social security death indexes. Some of this information can be wrong. If you find any errors let me know. I want correct information. If you see duplicate memorials let me know. If you have any information about the people I have entered that you want me to add let me know. If you want a person linked to their parents or spouse let me know.
NOTE: Please use the edit button in the upper right hand corner of the memorial page to send corrections, additional information and link requests. This makes it so much easier for me to add it this way. Thank you for your help with this.
You can use my photos on your family trees. I used to think differently about that but as I get older I see things a little differently now. They are just photos but they can mean a lot to people who can't get to where their family members are resting.
May God bless all those who have helped me with information for the memorials I have entered. If I have offended anybody let me know and I will try to make it right. May God bless everyone who is dedicated to adding memorials to Findagrave. Its not about numbers but about remembering each and every person who has lived. These memorials are not our memorials, they belong to Findagrave. We are just contributors who add the memorials and information and then manage them. Thank you Findagrave for the greatest website on the internet and for letting us be a part of this great website.
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|Nancy Solt||RE: Dr. James Chapman Craig|
I appreciate your honesty and as a subscriber to ancestry.com I am exposed to other members of James Chapman Craig's family trees...I have had to check and re-check each entry to hopefully not leave a child out nor add someone else's child.Wiki Tree Craig Geology helps a lot to cross reference my data...Find a Grave plays a big roll in filling in gaps...I can see your point and respect your position...I do recommend this website to others who want to dig a little further than the U.S. Federal Census...
Thank you for taking the time to answer.
Nancy Craig Solt
|Nancy Solt||RE: Dr. James Chapman Craig|
Thank you for this information...It clearifies my question and gives me an addition to my family data...I like what you've done with this grave page...
Nancy Craig Solt
|Peka||RE: Calvin Evans 60961436|
Thanks for your kind words. I'm back, but I can't get out to the cemeteries because my Mother moved in with us in Nov. 2011, and now she's pretty much bedridden. So I don't have the opportunity to go photograph cemeteries which is what I really enjoy.
Added by Peka on Apr 12, 2014 7:44 AM
|Peka||Calvin Evans 60961436|
"According to stone request died in 1864. Stone request lists Rose Hill Cemetery. From what I am told no S.C. CSA soldiers killed in battle in 1864 were sent home so he is probably not buried either place if he died in battle."
You're probably right, but there is a stone in this cemetery (I added the picture), and it doesn't say that it's a cenotaph.
Added by Peka on Apr 11, 2014 4:33 PM
|James L. Cooper||Charles Briner|
He died of typhoid fever in the Union Army's 1st Div., 20th Army Corp field hospital at Chesterfield. The 82nd Ohio was part of Sherman's left wing headed to Fayetteville, NC. The dead were buried where they died. Some at Fayetteville and Goldsboro were removed from the battlefields to Raleigh later. If the family later had him exhumed and removed, I have no idea. If you have different information, let me know.
|Julie A. Hampton||Deep Creek Cemeteries|
I have a research project for you! I found an application for military marker for James Clayton Hunter (#127166773), colored, who is supposed buried at "Deep Creek Colored Baptist Cemetery." Is this cemetery listed on Find A Grave as "Deep Creek Baptist Church Cemetery" or "West Deep Creek Missionary Baptist Church Cemetery" where his mother is buried? (Mary Hunter, #127167336). I would appreciate a photo if you can locate his marker at either cemetery. Thanks! Julie
Thank you for the parental links and full name of Janie Mae Williamson King at Williams Cemetery. Your untiring efforts are very much appreciated.
Added by Grace on Mar 28, 2014 11:23 AM
Thank you for all of your hard work! It has helped me immensely as I have been seeking to document the descendants of Rev John D. McFarland; my great, great, great, great grandfather.
|Tavenner||Carter Family Cemetery|
Thanks so much for the directions to the cemetery. Hopefully it's the same one. I just sent photo requests out for the two names there, and added your directions to the main cemetery page.
Thanks again for the help!
Added by Tavenner on Feb 02, 2014 7:44 PM
|Linda Mott||Edit Message|
I sent you a msg about an edit to add parents to one of my relatives and then I looked at your bio and notes. I just wanted to say how very touching your sentiments are! I almost cried. I wish findagrave had thousands more like you! I agree with everything you had to say, especially about sharing pictures. It's always so wonderful to find additional information or pictures on your relatives and loved ones. It's a treat when you find someone, such as yourself, that has such a large heart and willingness to make findagrave a wonderful spot to honor those that have gone before and to be able to share that information with your family and friends, keeping their memories alive forever. You have my humble thanks! Bless you!
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