RE: Peter Mack born 1887 I guess you don't believe in DNA. I have a copy of the marriage license. I have DNA connections to many many Mack cousins.. I know he Americanized his last name from Mak to Mack. The picture i have posted on my tree for Peter J Mack was posted by me. It was found in my grandmothers things when she pasted. On the back of the picture, it says Peter J Mack. Do you think I pulled this out of thin air. Peter left my grandmother and my dad Marshall and said he was going back to Indiana and would send for them. People make mistakes. In this case I guess my dad Marshall was the mistake. I did DNA to find my connection for me and my dad. This connection I don't want.
Sarah Williamson 93346588 The picture I took was of Britton David Esmon's first wife ~ Synthia Ann Patterson Esmon. I'm so sorry. I've worked the entire cemetery and cannot find this lady's marker. Do you have some proof that she is actually buried there? Thanks.
Sarah Davis Esmon-93346588 Mike: I must apologize, the picture I took of the tombstone was not a marker for this lady. I have finished recording the entire cemetery and must say that I did not find a marker for this lady. I do apologize.
White - Dry Creek Cemetery I transferred John, Eunice and Orlando White to your care, so you can have the full family connections. I would have gladly transferred them when I transferred the other family members, but time was of the essence that day.
Best wishes on your continued journey here at Find A Grave. Sarah, daughter of Butterfly~Kisses
RE: White family - Indian Mound Your welcome for the updates and I did link Lucinda (Slocum) White to her husband Porter White. I have also transferred these 5 White family members to your care, Porter, Lucinda, John Porter, Ellen & Nellie. I checked with my siblings (they too have their family memorials done by Mom on here as well) to see your "White" family was any part of their family lineages and they said no, so I checked with Mom (this is her thing) and she said to go ahead and transfer them to you.
declines w/ new edit software It looks like if the manager does a manual edit first, or perhaps accepts the same edit from another contributor, then does the decline process after the previous edit, the decline comes up "No change" in both the current and edit fields.
So a valid edit that has been accepted can be evolved into an electronic decline when in reality it has been accepted. It's a small bug in the process that perhaps admin needs to address.
This new system has been in place in the National Cemeteries for about a year. In general it works well logging edit requests where contributors can't just delete the SAC and go about business as usual.
Don't let declines stop you from standing up for what is right.