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Patricia taylor (#46926863)
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Otto Sprenger
Carpenters Campgrounds Memorials
Patricia, If I understand you correctly the current issues you are having is with additional photo's being added to the memorials. As anyone can see the first photos are of such very poor quality that you cannot read the markers and the additional photos are dramatically better.

In reference to my correspondence with you and my use of poor spelling and grammer. I was born dyslexic and have had to deal with this my entire life, with my difficulity in learning and the humiliation from my peers. As a retired english teacher I would think you would have understood and showed a little compassion with someone not up to your standers of the use of grammer. The Find A Grave community is made up of people from many walks of life and all should all be treated with respect and courtesy. Per Find A Grave guildlines the use of flowers on a memorial to add an individuals data is prohibited. Your use of the flowers to do this has marked up the memorials with unnecessary information. I would be best for the memorials if you would remove them and add a R.I.P. flower.

I also have a understanding of mental illness, with my aging family members. Your harsh passive/aggressive bulling of members on this site is to me an indication of dementia, bipolar or maby just a personality disorder. Whatever the case you should realy consider discussing this with a heath care professional.

Life is too short for all this drama. I have updated 300 memorials, added family photos and obituaries and have given you proper credit for everything you submitted. Oviously our priorities are very different.

This will be my final correspondence to you and would appreciate no further contact.

Added by Otto Sprenger on Mar 25, 2013 8:03 PM
Claire Zahn
S Hinton
The new photo, was requested Sunday night. While I appreciate your concerns, I cannot control what other relatives have asked for.
Added by Claire Zahn on Mar 25, 2013 10:01 AM
Jim R. Edgar
William A.Snoddy
I have corrected the spelling of the Snoddy's in the Garber cemetery Garber Oklahoma.
If you would look on find a grave at the Enid Cemetery, Enid Oklahoma, Garfield County there are alot of Snoddy's and i'am shure they are related to the ones in Garber. Thanks, Jim
Added by Jim R. Edgar on Feb 22, 2013 1:31 AM
susan w
RE: Juanita Tuck
I just wanted to let you know that I haven't forgotten you. My mom spoke with my Aunt the other day and she said she didn't know anything about Juanita's parents or who she lived with growing up. I'm still trying to get hold of my Uncle.

I will let you know if I find out anything else. With the info we both have, it really seems that Nellie is Juanita's mother. Since Nellie married a Colvert, wonder why she never went to live with her mother?

Do you know Lillburn Tuck or any of his family? They would know way more than my family. Just a thought.

Added by susan w on Oct 23, 2012 3:49 PM
susan w
RE: Juanita Tuck
I want to say her mother was Nellie, seems to ring a bell for some reason. The uncle is listed as Hubert and my mom said she remembers her talking about living with her uncle Hubert and I've met his son, Lillburn- he and Juanita were pretty close.

My mom was the youngest of the step- children, my aunt and uncle might remember more, so if you will give me a littlle time, I will make some phone calls and see what I can find out.

Some time between 1920 and 1930, Juanita is listed in the census' living in Loudon Co..

I will get back to you as soon as I can.


My e-mail address is free to keep in touch that way if you want. If you don't have copies of the census', marriage certs., etc., I can e-mail them to you.
Added by susan w on Oct 18, 2012 10:36 AM
susan w
RE: Juanita Tuck
I don't have much info on Juanita. She was my step-grandmother. My mom remembers that Juanita's mother was young and unmarried when she had Juanita, her last name was Tuck. And Loveday might be the father's last name. She is in the 1920 Blount County, TN census as 0 yrs. old and granddaughter to Joseph and Etab (?) Tuck. Three daughter's are listed, one Nellie 24 yrs., Bonnie 18 and Thelma 14. I checked the 1930 and 40 census and she was living with an Uncle in both, no mention of Nellie, Bonnie or Thelma.

Sorry I couldn't be of more help.

Added by susan w on Oct 17, 2012 7:53 PM
RE: Hinton Family
To the best of my knowledge, I am not related. I have relatives buried at Greenwood, so when I found an old reprint of a WPA work done in the 1930s recording tombstones from Greenwood, I thought it a good investment to purchase and then entered records from that document into the Findagrave website.

I'm always happy to make links and add bio info to records, so let me know if you need anything done. I'm also quite willing to see the records in the hands of family members.
Added by dhintx on Oct 08, 2012 12:13 PM
Otto Sprenger
RE: Virtual Cemetery's
I just noticed that I have Malinda Jane in both my Tuck and Hinton Virtual cemeteries, so I guess you can add the same person in your different cemeteries.
Added by Otto Sprenger on Oct 07, 2012 5:16 PM
Otto Sprenger
RE: Virtual Cemetery's
Your unable to do anything with someone elses virtual cemeteries but your own. It is a good ideal to go to my virtual cemeteries and find the memorials, then group yours together. My V. cemeteries has nothing to do with yours, but mine will be a faster way for you to make yours. Please add the spouse if you have found it.
Added by Otto Sprenger on Oct 07, 2012 2:15 PM
Otto Sprenger
Virtual Cemetery's
On your Find A Grave profile page- click on virtual cemeteries- then add new- name the cemetery & info on the cemetery- click add... thats all! When your on a Find A Grave memorial- click on edit virtual cemetery info- check the cemetery that you wish the memorial to be added to- so then when you or anyone need to reference someone, they will be all grouped together. Pat you will love it and so will I :) You can always remove someone from the cemetery or move them to another. What I don't like is that a memorial can be in only one virtual Cemetery, so I think for what we are working on you should have yours small and add more info on eack one. Have Fun!
Added by Otto Sprenger on Oct 07, 2012 1:42 PM
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