|Stephen Barneby||RE: Herman A Goodrich|
I think he's all straightened out now.
|Stephen Barneby||Herman A Goodrich|
Now that I'm looking at the headstone more carefully, I think it belongs to the child who was scalded. There is another Find A Grave memorial for Herman N. Goodrich, his grandfather. You should probably just leave your floral tribute alone. I have requested edit changes to the owner of the memorial.
|Stephen Barneby||RE: Herman Goodrich - #105489389|
You can delete a floral offering. Just click on (in your case) the butterfly, and you will see an option to delete the offering. Then you can just make a new offering, if you wish.
|Stephen Barneby||Herman Goodrich - #105489389|
You placed a bouquet on this individual's grave, noting that he died as a result of a scalding. The person who died of scalding was his grandson, Herman Goodrich (1874-1877).
|G. Danford||Charles Wickham|
Thanks for taking the photo of Charles Wickham's headstone, Renee'. I appreciate your taking the time to do so and will add the photo to my tree with your permission.
Thank you very much for all your effort in taking the pictures of Fred's, Edmund's & Miles's grave markers
Added by HBE on Apr 16, 2015 8:19 AM
|Judy Wood||H Clay & Deba L Cornell|
Thanks so much for taking gravestone photos of the Cornell's and uploading to Find a Grave. Your kindness is greatly appreciated
|Edward DeVera||Smith Ross Photo request|
I can't thank you enough for the photo. I only wish I could visit all of my relatives in person. This is a great addition to my family history.
Apparently it's an ipad issue--I've read where other people wrote the same thing you did--that they look OK to them. I can download it and rotate it and add it--but then it'll have my name under it. You could then download it and add it back...
|RobMinteer57||pic on 99384073|
Just to let you know that the top picture on this page appears rotated 90 degrees counterclockwise.
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