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Sara (#47069894)
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I am member who is doing photo requests/random photos after locating a family member's gravestone on Find A Grave.

Please do not copy my photos and claim them as your own..I am happy to transfer a memorial to you if you are related..all you have to do is ask!!

If I have added a gravestone photo of your ancestor and you would prefer that it not be posted..just ask me to have it problem with doing this.

I will add your contributor's number to any edits that you send me. So that others will know the source of added information and can contact you with any further questions or research info.

Thanks to everyone who has had to endure my transition period concerning the edit issue. I certainly appreciate all your trouble/effort through this time and hopefully this new way of doing edits will solve this "problem".

Good luck with your genealogy!!

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William Rishel
RE: Rishel's and Wolfe's at Watsontown
Thanks, Sara. That likely explains my dilemma. Yes, I've got good pic's and stories to add with time. If you happen to need any pic's from cemeteries in Tyler, TX...that's were I live.
Added by William Rishel on Jul 30, 2015 1:54 PM
William Rishel
Rishel's and Wolfe's at Watsontown
I am the son of Robert and Eleanor Rishel, and can contribute a lot. I've joined Find-a-grave and tried to add info to their grave sites, but it doesn't seem to register. Does the info have to be sent to and reviewed before it is posted? Likewise, I have info, pic's, stories on the Wolfe family. George "DeLay" was my maternal grandfather. He was a wonderful man. Can you tell me what I'm doing wrong?
Bill Rishel
Added by William Rishel on Jul 30, 2015 10:17 AM
Toni Ryan
RE: Old Cemetery Lebamon CT
Sara, the correct date of death for my ancestor is indeed 12 Mar 1735, but rather than make a new Find A Grave page, now a duplicate in the system, the Find A Grave #34360406 should be corrected. I suggest these two pages be merged, with the date of death corrected (you can make a request to 34360406) and the duplicate/new page (99535961) eliminated. This would alleviate confusion. Thank you!
Added by Toni Ryan on Jul 28, 2015 5:16 PM
Toni Ryan
RE: Old Cemetery Lebamon CT
There is a wonderful book, available by downloading (free) from Google Books, called "Genealogy of the Waldo Family" by Waldo Lincoln. It has all the Cranes, Waldos, etc. listed with names, who they married, dates, etc. It would be great if all the Find-A-Graves for these families could be fixed & merged so that there is only one page per person, eliminating all the duplicates. Many thanks!!
Added by Toni Ryan on Jul 25, 2015 7:44 PM
Ray M.
RE: Jeremiah West South Yard Cenetery Tolland CT
Sorry for the confusion.
Amelia Ely was Jeremiah's first wife and Martha "Patty" was his second wife.
Added by Ray M. on Jul 21, 2015 6:27 PM
paul byrne
RE: 104355094
Hi, I'm sorry, I had forgotten that I had previously sent you a request for them.
Added by paul byrne on Jul 04, 2015 8:05 AM
paul byrne
Could you please transfer the above referenced memorial for John Curry (my grt-grt grandfather) to me?
Added by paul byrne on Jul 03, 2015 2:39 PM
paul byrne
memorial # 104355121
Could you please transfer the above referenced memorial for Martha Curry (my grt-grt grandmother) to me?
Added by paul byrne on Jul 03, 2015 2:36 PM
Gone But Not Forgotten
RE: Scantic Cemetery East Windsor CT
Thank you Sara, I appreciate all you do.
Added by Gone But Not Forgotten on Jun 30, 2015 10:27 AM
James Bianco
Scantic Cemetery
Wow! Thank you so so much for taking the photo for John Ellsworth's memorial and for his wife and son. I looked at the recent adds and see you also found and photographed many other early headstones in that cemetery, which is fantastic and I'm sure will be of enormous help to CT genealogists. Jim
Added by James Bianco on Jun 28, 2015 6:53 AM
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