|Eilene Thompson (#47078742)|
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|family historian||RE: Sherwin Maeser|
I do still have this photo! I will send this out tonight!
|Bonnie Dilworth||RE: belva Jean Johnson|
This is their info
Nampa Interment and Genealogy Site
Home >> Query >> Results
Name Section Lot Space Photo Available Birth Death Interment
Select BELVA JEAN JOHNSON M 141 2 No 09/22/1935 09/24/1935 09/25/1935
|Marina Dorcy Coffee||RE: Vernon head stone|
My pleasure, truly.
|Bill E. Doman||Qualman Requests|
Hi: I have located both Memorials and made the transfers. You might be aware that neither of your Find A Grave ID numbers were correct for these but I found them after searching. Have a good day.
|Jim Tipton||RE: Mary Nichols|
I feel horrible about this but, while working on the site earlier today, I introduced a bug that accidentally attributed all new photo requests to me! I have since gone back and corrected the issue and adjusted the credit for the photo request, but I am not able to re-generate the email that you received. To thank the correct photographer, please click on their name under the photo and leave them a message or send them an email. Thanks and sorry for the mistake!
|Annette Foster Ditto||RE: Willard Dillard family|
As this is part of my family I do the research. And try to get all of the information for other researchers of the family so if they are new at it they will have a good base to start with.
|Sue Ann Harfst||RE: linking family|
You are very welcome. Have a great time adding links! I always do. Visible proof that I have accomplished something and reunited families ....
|Thayne||RE: James Monroe Smith|
Children of James and Mary Smith
Died Dec 1 1866
5month 17 days
Died Jauly 5 1872
5 Month 20 Days
Died April 23 1886
3 year 10 month 17 days
Added by Thayne on Aug 06, 2012 8:33 PM
|Terry Goodwin||RE: Thanks|
Always glad to be able to help.
|Sue Ann Harfst||RE: James and Irene Johnson|
Where it says FAMILY LINK in your memorial, click on that, and you can add spouse(s), year(s) of marriage, and parents. If you look at this one, #51038388, you will see where I have added a link to my father's dearly-loved stepfather, in the space left for the marker inscription. I could have added that in the biography space, also, but I already have a lot in there. The instructions on how to make a hot link like that to the other person's memorial are in the HELP WITH FIND A GRAVE section in the ACTIONS list on the left side of your screen.
Go to that page by clicking. Then, under the heading SUBMITTING INFORMATION / CREATING MEMORIALS go to the paragraph entitled HOW DO I ADD A LINK FROM ONE MEMORIAL TO ANOTHER? That paragraph has the instructions I used to add my step-grandfather to my father's memorial as a hot link.
The usual way for children to be linked to grandparents is by following hot links from their parents to the parents of their parents. However, if you are missing a generation in links, or want to do it the other way, that is fine, too. (Or if you have dearly-loved step-parents to add, also.)
If you just want to add them as a list of names, you can do that in the biography section. There are many memorials which are set up like that. I expect you have seen them. You can type all sorts of information in the biography section.
If you want to view random memorials to sample styles, click on the HONORING picture, in the upper right hand corner of the search page. From that memorial, you can click the left or the right arrows to see other memorials which have been added to the STROLL.
There are strict requirements on how to get a memorial added to the STROLL. They are also in the HELP WITH FIND A GRAVE section. Some of the memorials you set up today that I looked at are nearly ready to be eligible to be added.
If you have any other questions I could answer, feel free to ask. I believe that we are here in Findagrave to help each other, and I am happy to try.
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