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Please note that I will be unavailable to make edits until May 2016. Feel free to submit them and/or e-mail me information and I will address them when I return in May.|
Cooperation is never so valued and when it is needed and not available. This site has proven again and again that cooperation, even in the simplest of things, can have long-reaching positive results - especially for those of us seeking connections.
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NOTE: I am happy to transfer memorials where warranted... however, I will only honor transfer requests if your relation to the individual is stated OR your reason for the transfer request is included. **If you have not been a contributing member of findagrave.com for a year, please be aware that it is unlikely that I will transfer memorials into your care until that benchmark is reached. I will, however, entertain requests.
NOTE ON PHOTOS: Any of the photos that I have uploaded may be used and copied as long as original credit is given.
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Hattie E Nelson doesn't have birth and death listed on a headstone?
I thought my g-gma had a headstone, like her other family members...huh.
I will add that when I get home and have my books in front of me.
|Londa Wheatley||Nelson/Wilson/Frakes families|
Thank you SO MUCH for your HARD WORK and DEDICATION. My sister and I did a small patch at one of our local cemeteries. In that small area there were 300 graves.
I will go thru and link my g-gma Hattie Nelson with her parents and also her brothers and children. I will also work on getting their pictures loaded. Her parents were from Norway.
When you come across E.D. Frakes, he's on a corner and driven over a lot. He was her first husband and full name is Ellery D Frakes. Cemetery records have him as ED Frakes.
Again, THANKS SO MUCH,
|gippygirl||RE: Photo transfer|
I am confused. SBru has the duplicate listing, prior to yours. The picture is there by him.
You also sent messsage about Gertrude Behney but message did not come through, just the header.
|Ernie Steele||RE: #28727124|
I removed it from the duplicate. There already is a similar photo on your original so I didn't add it.
|Ernie Steele||RE: #28727124|
What name is this for and what cemetery?..Sorry, but I have no idea how to proceed by the number.
|Kathy (Hoy) Eltiste||Re: Sarah ( Hoy ) Anspach|
Thank you for transferring Sarah and her husband and son to me, I will take good care of them. And, should I ever receive a transfer request from someone who is more closely related to her husband or son, I will be happy to pay it forward, as I also believe that memorials should be maintained by family.
Again, Thank you for the transfers, and am glad your world travels ended safely.
|John S. Sims||Incorrect photo placement|
The photos that you have placed on #98370622 do not belong to Carl L. Anderson, but to Earl Melvin Anderson who is in the columbarium (Col4, Row 58, Site D). Please remove your photos and attach them to the right veteran. Thank you.
|1852oregontrail||RE: Oregon connection|
Sorry forgot to include the link to Weyrich in my last message. Here it is.
|1852oregontrail||RE: Weyrich Rudisill #124309839|
Thank you so much for your quick reply! We have had the contributions of a Certified Genealogist on many of the Rudisill profiles this year, and if you check this link to Weyrich's WikiTree profile, you will see there have been good changes, better documentation, and the middle name of "Norrente" is proved to be not his middle name. Thank you for keeping up the Find a Grave for Weyrich, my 5th great grandfather, and many other of my ancestors! best regards, April Dauenhauer
PS Yes, it is marvelous to find connections across the eras to relatives past and present. warmest regards, April
|Steve Burton||RE: QUOTE|
I like it too and borrowed from another Find A Grave volunteer.
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