|Shari Hanson Frey (#47119699)|
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If I manage someone you are related to, send me a note using the "EDIT tab." I will transfer the memorial to you if I'm not a descendant. |
However, if I've already completed extensive research on the deceased, by adding links and a biography, there is no need for a transfer. I myself use the great Find A Grave feature "Virtual Cemeteries." This is a wonderful way to keep track of family memorials managed by others. And anyway, why would you want to ask for a transfer if the memorial has an accurate biography and links? I'm sure you would not wish to take credit as author of the biography already written by me. 😀
I'm happy to add additional "sourced" information to memorials I manage, and grateful for any corrections to errors I may have made.
Please use the EDIT tab if you find an error in my research, or if you wish to add information. If your edit can be verified with records, I will include a link to your profile page, and give you credit for corrections or additions.
I'm Grateful to Volunteer my time 😀 And hope my efforts will help other researchers.
Here is a nice website for calculating the birth date from stones that list only death date and age at death. Before you use the calculator, please read the fine print at the bottom of the page, which begins with; While doing some testing on this with 30+ death certificates already containing a birth date, death date, and age, I have found it to be only 39% accurate. It was 1-3 days off 38.5% of the time and more than 3 days the remaining 22.5%
THIS IS A CEMETERY
Lives are commemorated, deaths are recorded, families are reunited, memories are made tangible and love is undisguised. This is a cemetery.
Communities accord respect, families bestow reverence, historians seek information and our heritage is thereby enriched.
Testimonies of devotion, pride and remembrance are carved in stone to pay warm tribute to accomplishments and to the life; not death, of a loved one. The cemetery is homeland for family memorials that are a sustaining source of comfort to the living.
A cemetery is a history of people, a perpetual record of yesterday and a sanctuary of peace and quiet today. A cemetery exists because every life is worth loving and remembering, always.
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|Harvey B||RE: Badgerow|
Not in this case---- Literature at the time referred to this family as Badgero, vis a vis Badgero cemetery. etc. Headstone is engraved Badgero--- will leave spelling as it now stands..
Added by Harvey B on Jan 25, 2016 8:23 PM
|Harvey B||Oliver Badgero|
Thanks for your note-- According to Cameron Stewart who published a book on this family, Oliver was the son of Elizabeth & Justin-- the disparity is the birthdate I had listed for his nibs... he was born much later on or about 1814.... thanks for your attentiveness...
Added by Harvey B on Jan 25, 2016 4:44 PM
|bankson3||Alice Jennie Neville|
In reference to my previous message, here is Alice's memorial number: 36420734.
Added by bankson3 on Jan 25, 2016 1:28 PM
|bankson3||Alice Jennie Neville|
Alice Jennie Neville was married to George W. Staley, born in August 1869 and died after 1920. The man you have Alice linked to was his grandfather, George W. Staley. He was born in 1815 and died in 1904. His wife's name was Harriet Fearnau. Please remove George from Alice's memorial. Thank you for the work you've done on Find A Grave.
Added by bankson3 on Jan 25, 2016 5:45 AM
|Genealogy Research Specialists||The Siemann Family from Stolzenau|
Hello. I would love to share notes on the Siemann Family from Stolzenau. Please send me an email if interested. email@example.com
|Suzy Wear||RE # 51472937|
I found this while working on family tree stuff. I was just wondering where you found the photo? This was my Great Aunt.
I really appreciate your work!
|Frank Klein||RE: Ransom connections|
Thanks Shari. Hope all is well with you. I knew the numbers for Robert however the person who created Johns memorial turned me down when I tried to connect John to his parents. I'm still working with her to try to get Samuel and John listed as sibs.
|Doy G||John Neville, Sr.|
Hi just checking in again. I wasn't sure where we were in this.... Again, John Neville [Sr.] was alive at the time of the 1860 census (18 July, Barren Co.), living with his son John Neville [Jr.], so he did not die in 1859. His wife Malinda DID die in 1859, however, 8 Oct. The surname in this census is spelled NEVILL.
Thank you, Doy (Neville cousin/researcher)
Added by Doy G on Dec 01, 2015 5:11 PM
|Pete Hoeft||Hannah Frick Reinhard|
I am trying to find documentation connecting Hannah Frick Reinard and her husband, John Reinard/Rinehart, a Revolutionary War veteran, with their daughter, Esther Ethel Rinehart who married John Jacob Brower. I have been unable to find anything, wills, census data, etc. Does someone have anything?
|G||Robert Moscrip Grave (151626762, Bellevue, Nebraska)|
In response to a recent photo request, I looked for Robert Moscrip's (151626762) grave at Bellevue Cemetery, Nebraska. Although I didn't search the whole cemetery, I believe that Robert's grave may be unmarked.
The Bellevue Cemetery map posted on the outside wall of the visitor's center shows that block 18, lot 5 is owned by the "Moscript" family. I examined this lot, confirming the location by the surrounding markers, and found no Moscrip markers in the area. Since there are no other Moscrip/Moscript memorials identified at Bellevue Cemetery, Robert Moscrip is likely buried in an unmarked grave in the Moscript lot.
Feel free to post the above info to Robert's memorial.
Please contact me if you wish to see photos of the cemetery map and the Moscript lot.
Added by G on Oct 05, 2015 3:06 PM
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