|Karen Cook (#47188208)|
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|HJ||My mistake . . .|
I thought him to be your grandfather. Unfortunately, you cannot insist on a transfer, but you could request one. If one of his children, or grandchildren were to make an account, they could request his memorial and then transfer to you, if they wished. Best wishes!
Added by HJ on Nov 16, 2013 12:31 PM
I happened to notice your message re Bruno. Lucy in the Sky did not enter his memorial, she contributed the photo of the Sacred Heart Cemetery sign. EL was the contributor and you can locate a link to her via the memorial, bottom left. The usual way to send additional info for a memorial is via the edit tab at the top of the memorial page. It is best to send info for the bio section in a form that can just be copied and pasted. If you would like to manage the memorial yourself (I HIGHLY suggest that, so you can make a respectful, neat, and accurate memorial), you may request a transfer via the edit tab. Since he is your grandfather, she MUST transfer to you, per Find A Grave policy (transfers must be made to family members within four generations). If you choose not to request management of his memorial, you may still add photos yourself, by clicking below the cemetery photo, where it says "Add Photo." No need to send your photos to the manager. I sincerely hope you do request management of the memorial. I knew your grandparents a little, they are good people. If you have trouble getting a transfer, after 30 days you can send your request to email@example.com and they will transfer the memorial to you. Welcome to Find A Grave!
Added by HJ on Nov 16, 2013 12:28 PM