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Carol Tessein (#46853728)
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I apologize for not heeding the EDIT tab. I was not aware of this new system. I will pay closer attention to this new feature in the future.

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RE: George Caithamer #49612911
Hmmm....not sure why you don't see his headstone photo on his memorial. It's under his baseball photo. His wife's name was Blanche and I have connected them together.

Chicago Tribune - June 02, 1954
George Caithamer of 1919 S. Morgan street, beloved husband of Blanche Caithamer, nee Novak; loving father of George Jr. and Donald, dear brother of Frank, John, William, Edward, and Rose Smola, son-in-law of Agnes Novak. Funeral Friday, June 4, 1954, at 2 p.m. at chapel, 1021 W. 19th street. Interment Bohemian National cemetery. Information,

Added by Grave Recorder on Mar 30, 2015 1:36 PM
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RE: George Caithamer - #49612911
His headstone. It's your choice to fix it or not, just telling you what is on the headstone that I posted on his memorial
Added by Grave Recorder on Mar 30, 2015 7:30 AM
Grave Recorder
RE: George Caithamer - #49612911
His headstone
Added by Grave Recorder on Mar 30, 2015 7:30 AM
L Van Gundy
RE: Robert Keefe
Oh Thank you so much! I had added Robert Keefe (1831-1914) twice and deleted one of the entries. It must have been the one I had connected to Robert "Bobby" Keefe! I have connected "Bobby's" parents (Delia & Robert)to him so hopefully this will place them together! Thanks again. Linda
Added by L Van Gundy on Mar 26, 2015 7:08 AM
Ruth Watkins (Pew) Jaynes
William and Edna Watkins in Lakeside Cemetery

Would you please consider transferring these two memorials for me to manage? I ultimately would like to enter their obituaries and link them to their families.

I am related to them through my Watkins. They never any children.

Thank you.


Ruth Jaynes
Added by Ruth Watkins (Pew) Jaynes on Mar 12, 2015 9:39 AM
Wayne Irons
RE: Francis Shanoskie #44848154
That's an interesting question. I suppose that technically we should change his memorial to say "Cremated: Ashed with family", but that wouldn't prevent another graver from finding this location and reposting it.

I'll let you decide what you'd like me to do.
Added by Wayne Irons on Mar 07, 2015 1:20 PM
Dana Palmer
RE: Henry Salisbury
My credentials are part of my name tag. I did not mean to offend you. They attach to all of my emails. I just wanted to have the family linked together. I did not create the memorial for Merrick Salisbury and had not submitted a correction for his birth year when I sent the request to you. If you check the tombstone it has the correct birth date. This is an easy fix using the edit feature, which I noticed that you have already done. I would really appreciate if you could link Henry Salisbury to his parents. Thanks.
Added by Dana Palmer on Mar 07, 2015 10:39 AM
Bill Bourbeau
RE: Edward Emory Warner
Thanks for your note.

In several records (i.e. passport applications, both the WWI & WWII draft registrations) he gives his DOB as Dec. 29, 1888.

However, the vital records show a DOB of Dec. 28, 1888.

I'll post a photo of the headstone, which gives only the year as 1888.

I can send copies of these if you'd like?

Added by Bill Bourbeau on Feb 04, 2015 2:10 PM

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