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|aeonspast||RE: Charles C. Wade|
I hadn't really thought of checking messages on Find-a-Grave, so apologize for delay. I have put a picture of Charles C. Wade on the website. It's much easier to correct and add to information as have been doing quite a lot of that. I didn't do anything for about a year until last winter.
|HelenD||John & Catherine (Spangler) Hartley|
Thank you so much for the transfers......it's much appreciated!
Added by HelenD on Mar 19, 2015 1:28 PM
Thank you for the transfer
Added by andieno on Feb 21, 2015 8:01 AM
|Greg||Christian H Maroska|
Thank you for transferring Chris Maroska's memorial. I appreciate it very much.
Added by Greg on Jan 16, 2015 8:28 AM
|Terri Yeary||RE: FAG suggestions and corrections|
I've pulled everything from documents found on FamilySearch.com. I questioned if I needed to send a link to the document or some sort of proof each time I send an edit because to me it seems scary that anyone could make random guesses.
I don't know the families at all but I assure you that I send nothing that I can't verify in an official document. I even skip sending relationship edits that seem obvious if I can't find supporting proof. So if something seems odd, please let me know & I can re-look at the document.
This just started because there were several photo requests for that cemetery & it's just around the corner from me. When I saw it was only 44% photographed, I took photos of the entire first section to help complete the memorials. (I have a child for whom I very much appreciate another volunteer who posted his grave photo for me.) But, now I can't seem to make myself leave a memorial with no family links and thus, this has become what I do while my husband works night shift. While finding family links, I also end up with middle names, maiden names, full birth/death dates, etc. so, in short, I try to make sure that any info in whatever document I'm using is updated on their memorial while I have it in front of me.
Hope this helps make sense of the crazy number of edits I keep sending you. It seems you get at least 90% of what I send each night. :-)
|katmama||John Barker (1809-1892)|
Just one more item: you have John listed as his own sibling. :)
Added by katmama on Jan 01, 2015 2:15 PM
|katmama||wife of John Barker (1809-1892)|
Just trying to keep everything straight...
Do you have a source for his wife being Mary E. Wells? I thought his wife was Cynthia Potts and that Mary E. Wells was the wife of John McCauley, Jr.
Thanks for all your work.
3g-grandniece of John McCauley, Jr.
2g-grandniece of John Dollar Barker
Added by katmama on Jan 01, 2015 2:10 PM
|WichitaFalls||Thanks for all you have done!|
|Terri Yeary||Thank you!|
Hello. I just wanted to say thank you for being so on the ball. I know I've dropped a ton of updates your way recently and I can't tell you how much I appreciate your promptness. It makes it so much easier for me to keep up when those edits are processed so quickly.
I'm trying to get that entire cemetery photographed & loaded. Almost finished with section 1. :-)
|Janet Herron Tucker||John Herrin|
Thank you very much!
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