|Jack Parry (#48086999)|
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|Anne ||Lawrence Tulip Sr|
I have removed my memorial. But not quite understanding why you believe your memorial 2014 supersedes my memorial 2012. You could have just added your photo to the existing memorial-info was the same
Added by Anne on Sep 18, 2014 6:12 PM
Thanks Jack for all your efforts in getting their headstone photo!
|Judy Loebner||Martin & Davis Family|
Hi Jack. Thank you so much for attempting to find Eleazer Martin and his wife and daughter Jane Davis in Mountain View. I will do some further checking on their burials and let you know if something more definite comes up. I know Eleazer, his wife, and their 4 children all died in Lowell and at least two of the children are definitely buried in Mountain View -- it stood to reason that all were there. Thanks again for trying.
|Lauren Marie Westgate Hargrave||Just a quick FYI|
What is the new Edit tab on my contributor page?
We currently are working to update our "Suggest A Correction/Submit an Edit" system. At this time, Find A Grave contributors may submit updates to the Name, Birth and Death Dates and Locations, and Plot fields via a new Edit System. When they submit edits to any of those fields, the managing contributor will no longer receive an email notification. These edits are now waiting for the managing contributor's review on their Contributor Page.
To review edits to these fields that have been submitted for memorials you manage, go to your 'Contributor Tools' and click on the 'Edits' tab.
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The new system should save contributors a lot time in making edits to their memorials, as the managing contributor will no longer have to search for the memorial page, open the edit feature, search for city locations, etc. It will automatically go through with the contributor's approval.
Thank you so much for taking the time to find the headstone of my Turnbull ancestors and posting a picture. I am very appreciative!
|Farrar and related families||CELEBRATION!|
Very glad to hear that Katrina helped you out. I looked at your two accounts this morning and they were still not merged, so they must have done it this afternoon.Find a Grave is getting better at handling things all the time.Now, things will be much easier for you. Fantastic!
|mpatjack||Salem Derby Cemetery|
I just found your entries for the Blakes in the Salem Derby Cemetery and I wanted to thank you for adding them. Samuel Blake was my 3rd great grandfather. I do not live in the area but was told the cemetery was on private property so I wasn't sure if anyone would be able to take pictures. Thank you for posting them!
Added by mpatjack on Jul 01, 2014 11:25 AM
|Susan ||Twombly, Coffey, Heath|
I tried to respond to your email but it came back twice as undeliverable.
Thank you again for fulfilling my requests. I guess I have been keeping you busy!
George and Marcella were both children of Daniel and Sarah (Jenness) Twombly. There is probably a great possibility that there are no headstones. Their death/burial records shows Center Cemetery, Brownington, Vt., so I took it to mean Brownington Center Cemetery since that was the only cemetery in Brownington with Center in the name. When I get home, will try and find out who has the burial records for that cemetery and see if my information is correct or not. The same goes for Jeremiah Seavey.
Hazel Coffey is my 3rd cousin twice removed and I have never met her or her family. I am related to her through her grandmother Susan (Twombly) Seavey. My grandmother was a Twombly and I have done a lot of research on that side of the family and some of their branches. I would love to go to Vermont and spend time going to cemeteries visiting ancestors. However, the next best think is when folks like you take the time to take photos and post the on www.findagrave.com of which I greatly appreciate.
Have a nice day,
Added by Susan on Jun 06, 2014 2:26 PM
|Susan ||Seavey and Pierce headstone|
Thank you, thank you for once again fulfilling my photo requests. Your supplying the photos of my ancestors is greatly appreciated.
Have a nice day,
Added by Susan on Jun 04, 2014 12:36 PM
Jack, thank you SO much for taking the time to take and post the Turnbull pictures for me! I hope to one day visit the cemetery on my own but in the mean time I'm grateful to have the pictures.
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