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I have only been on Find A Grave a short while. I discovered this site while doing family genealogy and discovered that a number of kind souls had created memorials and photographed headstones and even found and entered obituaries and other information and was just blown away. All I am doing right now is collecting and managing my own family information: Haight, Dexter, Ridenour, Greenig, Landis, O'Harra, Cave, Watson, and Milner are some of my family names.|
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I got my original photos from Weston Cemetery and added a photo of the base of Daniel O'Harra's monument, along with a transcription, to his memorial. Hope this helps!
Added by Amy on Jan 02, 2013 6:43 PM
|MsFoxRider||RE: Some graves you transferred to me|
I'm sorry but I can't help you. I had originally entered these off the index I found. Since then, after much confusion over which cemetery was which, etc., and entering data per whoever contacted me and gave me the data... I entered them. There used to be a typed up index of the cemeteries online. That was what I used. Since then a lady who knows the cemetery well and knows the area and the locals has indexed it and of course very little actually adds up. So I have pretty much washed my hands of it all. I had originally entered it because I had folks in the index and thought maybe someone else was looking for individuals buried in the obscure (especially then) little cemetery. So I added the folks off the index... only to later realize what a horrible idea that is. Since I don't even have a CAVE person in my database I obviously was not using my own personal data on Mary or Stephen or anyone else. I'm sorry I can't help you further. I can't find the typed up index online for it anymore, so I assume other folks realized how full of errors that index was, too.
I'm not sure how to go about deleting those. Transfer them back to me and I'll try, or send them to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask them to.
|Sandy||RE: Your questions about Mary Cave|
You can send a message to me via: email@example.com
Added by Sandy on Oct 21, 2012 4:08 PM
|Barbara Stein||RE: Louis Albert Derks|
That is what I thought the stone said, but it was very hard to read. Lacky Monuments set it up for me because it had fallen over, but they are supposed to come back and clean it for me. It was good to hear from you.
If I get back to Weston Cemetery, I will certainly take a look at the base of Daniel's stone. Unfortunately, if I have a higher resolution photo, it's located on another computer across the state, but the next time I have access to those files, I'll take a look to see if it's legible.
Added by Amy on Jul 22, 2012 3:22 PM
I happily linked John and Amy Ridenour together, however, I can't connect them to William Penn Ridenour, as I don't manage that memorial, and links between parents and children can only be made from the child's page. I'd be more than happy to add any information to John's page at any time.
Added by Amy on May 18, 2011 6:50 PM
|J.A. & D.S.||RE: Seneca M. Haight and Amelia D. Haight|
I did add the dates for Seneca Haight but unfortunetely I cannot add Israel and Sally because they are not my memorials. The person who has those memorials is the only one who can do it. Sorry.
As for how I came about the records for the cemetery. A friend of mine had the list with all the names and she let me add them. :-)
Have a wonderful day,
|Joyce Escue Culver||Emma Cave|
I'm happy to link them up, but I'm not related, so if you'd like a transfer, just let me know.
Joyce Escue Culver