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|the Ragityman||#65971259 SC Walker|
I saw the message on Ms Hess's page, so I made the edit submissions. If they don't go active in a few days, resubmit via email@example.com. We can currently submit these edits ourselves, if the deceased is not classified 'famous.' I do not know what happens if the 'mgr' is inactive or inattentive, but I believe that after a set waiting time, the system automatically accepts them. If that is not the case, I have found that the response time is now much shorter at edit@findagrave. Happy graving!
|Shirley Stewart Milford||Oops! Plina Tennessee Corley|
Hi, I added other children for Plina from census records. Would you check them - if you are familiar with this family?
|Shirley Stewart Milford||Plina Tennessee Corley|
|DBrown||RE: Sara Addie Sitton Townsend # 26925871|
Thanks for the information on Townsend/Odom. Please check it out to see that I applied it correctly.
Added by DBrown on Sep 29, 2014 10:35 AM
They're all done--but you can try it on the next one...
I don't mind doing the links--but you can save yourself a whole lot of time by entering them yourself...that way all you have to type in are the numbers, and not their whole names in the "Other" Suggest A Correction category...
|Marge Craig||Joseph Boyle Died 1843)|
I found this picture in my grandmothers collection.
She was married to Charles E Watrous and he was 14 in 1880. Samuel B Watrous youngest son. On the back it says Joseph Boyle Actate 41.
I looked up actate and it said related to teaching English.
So I feel he was a English teacher for all the children in the area.
When I wrote this with the picture it did not show up on find-a-grave
|Ms Martie Martin||RE: Donald Lee ABNEY #32044401|
I sent the other contributor the same message about a dupe and apparently they deleted their's.
|L. Garcia||RE: May Jane WALKER CRABB|
Thank you cousin.
|truchasnm||RE: Richard C. CONNOR|
Sorry if I inadvertently referred to him as a Lieutenant, but you are correct, he entered as a Private and mustered out as a Corporal (promoted on 11 Aug 1898) per his muster papers.
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