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I would have sent you a private message about this, but I didn't have that option. I really wish you would stop making memorials for people who are alive. If there is no death date on the stone, then they are probably still alive. The only work of yours I have seen is in Mt. Moriah Cemetery, so I am referring to memorials you have created there.
|Jayne Kilby||Mt. Moriah Cemetery|
Dear Mr. Bland,
I would like to let you know how much your enumeration of Mt. Moriah Cemetery has helped those of us who are passionate about keeping the history of this place alive. I am related to the Kilby, Cooper, Rodgers, and Hilliard families. Having moved so far from home, you can't imagine my delight when you first posted your work, I could look at the transcribed inscriptions and imagine walking through the cemetery, having walked there many times during my life. When I realized that there were photographs of my own family members stones, well, it's the next thing to actually being there. Thank you, again, for this priceless gift to those of us so far away from home.
Jayne Kilby Henson, White, GA
Find A Grave Memorial# 18329808
Do you know if the Reames is any relation to the Reames in zachary, la.?
|Ruth Dowdy-McArthur||E C Dowdy Memorial|
I have written to you previously regarding updating the information on Memorial #18329774 for Elijah 'Lige' Carl Dowdy. There has been no response and the memorial is not yet updated.
His father is Armstead Lilly Dowdy and his mother Susan Henley Dowdy. They both died in Fayette County but I have not yet located the burial sites for them.
Please update the information on his memorial. If you would rather transfer the memorial to me, that would be fine. I can certainly add that information.
Thanks very much.
Dowdy Family Historian
Sir!! you have duplicated several memorials that I added in 2002 the CLUTTS in Mount Moriah in Fayette County. I know you knew they were there because you added headstone pictures. Please remove your memorial's that have been duplicated !
Here is what findagrave states about duplicates:
Because so many people add data to Find A Grave, there are often duplicate cemeteries and duplicate memorials added. This is a very common situation and is quite difficult to resolve in a way that keeps everyone happy. Before adding a memorial, you should search the cemetery to see if a record with that name has already been added. If you find a memorial has been added but has incomplete or incorrect information, instead of creating a duplicate memorial you should use the tools provided to submit corrections, additions or a transfer request via the "Suggest A Correction" link under the 'Edit' tab on the upper right of the memorial. If a case of duplicate memorials falls to the Administration, the Administration will have the final word on which memorial is deleted and which data will be retained in the remaining memorial page.
Added by Rachel on Jun 23, 2011 7:44 AM
|Eric Bruno Borgman||John Cabe Rhodes|
It looks like I have added a person you have already added. He's my great great great grandfather.
Since, you got there first I'll be happy to get rid of my memorial. However, if you can match the links to family members that would be helpful for researchers.
Father # 70026666 Benjamin Rhodes
Mother # 70026951 Elizabeth Cabe Rhodes
Here is the little bio I've written:
John Cabe Rhodes was born February 17, 1807 in North Carolina to Benjamin and Elizabeth (Cabe) Rhodes.
He married Sarah M. Patterson on January 24, 1828 in Orange Co., North Carolina.
They had at least eight children.
1. Mary Rhodes, b. circa 1829
2. Leonidas M. Rhodes, b. circa 1831
3. John William Rhodes, b. circa 1833
4. Martha D. Rhodes, b. March 30, 1835, d. February 23, 1859
5. Sarah J. Rhodes, b. circa 1837
6. Nazer O. Rhodes, b. circa 1839
7. Texana Rhodes, b. May 1842, d. circa 1920
8. Robert J. Rhodes, b. August 11, 1844, d. February 29, 1916
John C. Rhodes died October 21, 1845 in Sommerville, Fayette Co., Tennessee. His wife Sarah died November 2, 1885 at the same location.
|L.J. Henley||Silas C. Irby|
Mr. Bland, a researcher in Fayette County has visited the gravesite of Olive Irby and confirmed beyond a shadow of a doubt that Silas's middle initial is "C" not "G". I'm am attempting to correct this error in the myriad of places it now appears. Would you mind changing your Find A Grave site? Thank you very much. Lana Henley, Tx
|L.J. Henley||Silas Irby|
Mr. Bland, I have been able to get a good photo of Olive Irby's grave from Kaye Duncan. You might check the Find A Grave site to see it. I currently have an email in to her asking about the middle initial of Silas. I'll be glad to forward it to you when she replies in order that you might make any corrections, should there be any, to this site. Thanks! Lana Henley, TX
|L.J. Henley||S. G. Irby|
Mr. Bland, I wrote yesterday regarding the gravesite of Olive G. Irby, Mount Moriah Cemetery, Fayette County, TN. I am trying desperately to locate the Confederate service of Silas G. Irby. QUESTION: are you sure the stone reads "S.G." or could it be "S.C."? Sorry to bug you! L. Henley, TX
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