|Bill & Laurie (Gilbert) Jonas (#47321135)|
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We are interested in documenting, preserving, and sharing the legacy of our extended family. Creating memorials of and to them is essential for the continuation of our family heritage, understanding, and knowledge of each other and where we all came from.|
We are much more interested in the completeness and accuracy of the information in our Memorials than we are in the number of Memorials we manage. Therefore, if anyone has any valid updates or important information that helps in making these memorials more accurate and complete, please let us know. We do desire to manage the FAG Memorials of our related family members and ask for transfer of those memorials to our account when requested.
We cross reference each of our Memorial numbers on FAG with the individuals in our genealogy software. This allows us to easily and quickly verify and find individuals within our family trees.
Bill and Laurie (Gilbert) Jonas
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|hobbitfeet||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 101450129|
You are very welcome
I made a memorial for Leone, but after searching for her parents saw you are keeping the memorials for her family. I can transfer the memorial to you if you would like.
Added by Lisa on May 20, 2013 7:52 AM
|Lorna Calhoun||RE: Harry Anderson Headstone photo|
I'm so sorry for the mistake with the photo. I removed it from your Harry Anderson. I had so many requests that I went to the cemetery office and they printed out a map and location for each person I photographed and this is the one they gave me. I will check my birth and death dates carefully from now on. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.
|Nathan Haines||Glen Alley|
I got pics for Glen Alley's grave today per your request. I got there right after the stone went into the shade under some big trees it is right by. It appears that very early in the morning it would be in the sun for a short spell. Next time I go up there, maybe this Friday, I am planning on going real early and will see if I can get better pics of this stone, if it is the sun.
|Bob and Nan at Digital Magic Photography||William Addington|
Changes made....this cemetery holds over 55,000 deceased as of 2007. Another Find A Grave member and I have been working on the cemetery. I made some of the initial entries without photos, he adds the photos. I will coordinate with him to make sure that he notifies me when he takes a photo of one of my memorials, so they can be updated. Not all the information I received from the cemetery office was accurate.
|Gloria Kidder||Please review picture|
Elika Ludlum ---Plum Run Cemetery Zoar-Warren Co., Ohio I think this is the person in her memorial, but she has the wrong date, and spelled the name Eliakin. What do you think? I am going to get a transcript of this cemetery as soon as I can.
It is being rebuilt and is they are working on it right now.
|Cliff Blanchard||Will & Artie Anderson|
Bill & Laurie, I just photo the new photo you wanted. Hope you like.
Disbury Johnson Find A Grave Memorial# 7902854
Death Date on stone 25 feb 1883 please update.
Added by RWood on Feb 06, 2013 6:09 PM
|JB2K||Adam and Eva Badgley|
Hi Bill and Laurie - I visited the Badgely Cemetery in an effort to fulfill your photograph request (as it is less than a mile from my home) -- unfortunately, the cemetery, as a whole, is poorly-maintained (if, at all) with a large amound of weeds,large, broken tree limbs, and a few busted headstones. It is to my undertanding that St. Clair County, Illinois has some degree of responsibility for this cemetery. I plan on following-up to verify if the county does indeed have responsibility and I will return in the early spring in an attempt to fulfill your request.
Added by JB2K on Jan 31, 2013 2:00 PM
|Cliff Blanchard||Fairview Cemetery|
Bill, I just posted Franklin Milton Hoffa, and his wife, Elizabeth Wark Auten Hoffa, the parents of John Frederick Hoffa. I also posted a photo of Helen E. Cullen Hoffa, John's first wife. The marker actually reads Nellie E. Hoffa. I'll send you a photo that shows the placement of markers in respect to each other. It also includes a marker of Martha J. Hoffa born on 20 June 1935.
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