|Mike Smith (#47113971)|
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If there is a memorial I have added, that is not in my family, I will consider a transfer of the memorial to you.|
Please use the Edit tab,(upper right hand corner of the memorial) then the "Suggest A Correction"(SAC)option. Do this on every memorial that you want transferred or a correction on and please include your ID number.
If ever you decide you no longer want to maintain the records please transfer your records to someone who has an active account and willing to take over the records. There are many out there willing to do this!
It would also be a good idea to leave someone instructions on how to make these transfers should you go inactive without warning.
(The above information was obtained from Mo and Dave Gates Bio. I thought the information was very good and decided to share the message.)
Thank You, Mike Smith
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You are very welcome. I am glad to see that what I've done is useful for someone. It makes me keep going.
Added by Nephele on Apr 15, 2013 9:14 PM
|Kimberly Coyne||RE: Sylvester Buckles|
Libertyville is actually about 40 miles north of Chicago in Illinois. We've been getting spits & spats of snow off and on for the past 3 days and the graves are under about 4-5 inches. Hopefully the groundhog is right and spring comes early.
Hi Mike, I am happy to transfer the Buckles to you.
|BjJ||RE: Margaret & Maurice Sheedy|
You are quite welcome......always glad to be of help. Thanks for the note! :)
Added by BjJ on Jan 08, 2013 7:46 PM
I am happy to transfer the McCart's to you. Glad to help connect family.
|Jay A. Weisgerber||RE: Koch, Paul and Anna|
It was my pleasure to get the pictures for you. I also wanted the pictures for my records since Anna was a sister to my great grandmother. I was glad to see that Anna and Marsefa were buried so close to each other since they were sisters. I had some trouble locating the name plaques since they had sunk into the ground quite a bit and were completely covered with grass and dirt. I had to uncover them to take the photos. I contacted the City of Dickinson (the cemetery belongs to the city) to see who was responsible for raising the plaques and they informed me that they would take care of it. I plan to be in Dickinson this fall and will check on it. I will be taking new pictures once they raise the plaques back up.
|Caryn Calkins||RE: Abraham Buckles|
this is my husband's family. We have more information on the Buckles family if you are interested. Caryn
|Jenny Brown||RE: Buckles & Loy Family Headstones|
I noticed that you live in another state. If you need anything else, just let me know!! I would be happy to help!
|Louis Roth||RE: Ille, William; 1911-1955|
it was my pleasure.
we appreciate his service to our country.
my uncle is buried at the top of the hill at the same cemetery
was he your grandfather?
|janet cook||RE: Beeler, Charles; 1836-1911, Headstone|
This is all that I can read off of the stone:
Oct. ?? 1838 Dec. ?? 1839
Apr 23 1911 Mar ?? 1930
I hope this helps.
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