|Anne Shurtleff Stevens (#46947920)|
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Our findagrave activity stemmed from my love of genealogy, photography and old gravestones, strengthened when we saw the damage one year of weather does to an older stone that cannot stand the test of time well. We believe everyone deserves to be remembered, beyond plain, cold statistics, and document as much as we are able, especially as we travel. This is a wondrous site where the upcoming generations can easily find their history and ancestors. Even after we are gone, our work will remain. Thank you, Jim Tipton and friends!! |
Do not use my photos without permission, and ask BEFORE you use them. Simple, reasonable.
I take my heritage, 'graving' and documentation very seriously and most respectfully or I would not have crossed the world more than once to visit the resting place of my beloved ancestors. Accuracy is of the most utmost importance to me, not who 'owns' a memorial. If I have made an error, please, please, let me know, politely. There is no need for rudeness. I understand why people leave Findagrave. Very sad.
PLEASE USE THE MEMORIAL EDIT/SUGGESTION OPTION for both updates requests and transfer requests or general inquiries about a particular memorial. I will ignore suggestions, requests and updates and inquiries left here, as they are repeatedly. We are all simply the guardians of those we have kindly added until their family comes along. It makes my day to have someone find one of my memorials and I can transfer them to family.
Anne Shurtleff Stevens, located in central California
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Thank you very much for transferring Amherst, Briggs and Hannah Alden to me, I appreciate your thoughtfulness.
|PJH / Angelbird||RE: Leslie Alfred - Altaville Prot Cem|
Don't mind at all. Feel free to transfer any of the Altaville Catholic and Protestant Cemetery memorial pages to me that you would like. All are welcome. Regards, Phyllis
|PJH / Angelbird||Leslie Alfred - Altaville Prot Cem|
Hi Anne - I see you transferred management of Leslie to me. I'll be happy to keep him, but if that was an error, let me know, and I'll pass him on. Phyllis
Anne: Yes I would. Any virtual grave on findagrave that I have placed a still candle (the yellow one) on means that not only do have them in my internal database but I've also copied the findagrave information to the database and the master spreadsheet I keep for everyone's findagrave number that I find. If I have an enternal flame on it that means I've copied the picture to a master index of all the photographs I've "found" and most of these I've actually had photographed.
|Ed Smith||Wooten Family|
Forgot to mention that I found some other duplicates I entered in error for the Wooten's and I have deleted them.
Added by Ed Smith on May 18, 2013 10:00 AM
|Ed Smith||Floy/Floyd Wootten|
You asked me to add the 'd' and I did. I then found him in the records of the Burial Permit Book that I have and entered the information, but forgot to change the name back. The cemetery records and burial permit both show his name as Floy and I see by your photo his headstone also has Floy. I think we have it correct now. Whew...
Keep up the good work...
Added by Ed Smith on May 18, 2013 9:57 AM
|Ed Smith||RE: Pionner Mausoleum|
I had Catharina M. Nielsen listed as 'Katherine'. Cemetery records listed her both ways. I have it corrected now, #57317410.
Thank you so much for all your work in getting families linked and errors corrected in Pioneer Cemetery. YOU ROCK!!!!
Added by Ed Smith on May 17, 2013 4:28 PM
You're very welcome. If you need any obits from Yamhill County I would be happy to go to the library and get them for you :)
|Ed Smith||Modesto Cemeteries|
The cemeteries, Pioneer (also known as Odd Fellows Cemetery), Acacia (also know as Masonic Cemetery), Modesto Citizens Cemetery and Saint Stanislaus Cemetery are all located on the same property and there is no boundries which separates them. You could think you are in the Acacia portion when actually you could be on the Citizens or Pioneer section. All the records I entered for these cemeteries came from the individual cemetery records. The confusion continues if you contacted the office for Acacia looking for a person who is actually buried in Pioneer and you won't be able to locate them. You would have to contact the Pioneer office to find them.
I have taken care of your requests for the Wooten family and am happy to help out. If I can help out anymore, just let me know.
Added by Ed Smith on May 14, 2013 1:15 AM
|Mad||Eleanor of Lancaster|
I added the links to her parents also added the info on the cenotaph at Lewes.
Added by Mad on May 01, 2013 12:49 PM
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