Messages to E. Williams Surely you know nothing about the lives and times of blacks and I cannot vouch for Ms E. Williams knowledge of our ancestors death but please allow her to write her story. It is hers to write and not your based on your perceptions as to where a person died. Perhaps it was her assumptions as to where our ancestors/relatives died. Researchers as myself will correct the record as needed. By the way Ms Williams had been ill some time back. Thank you.
RE: Duplicated memorials....numerous You made change in my area, now u say you can not switch them back, do anything u want, remember u don't know what i know about and the people that live n the g....
From your post on my profile page, it seems that you don't understand how the website works.
You made numerous duplicated memorials and MONTHS AGO I notified you about them, and there was no reply from you in 30 days. Actually, no reply from you for several months.
According to the website guidelines, I sent the notification to the people who manage the website after giving you the thirty days to reply. I DIDN'T CHANGE ANYTHING AND CAN'T UNCHANGE ANYTHING. After seeing your mistakes, the people who manage the website merged your illegal duplicated memorials with the originals. Your memorials should have never been made because they were against the guidelines.
If you have information that needs to go on the memorials, send it to the person who is managing the memorial. I AM NOT MANAGING ANY OF YOUR MEMORIALS so I can't post anything on them.
First, I don't have the ability to return the memorials to you to manage.
Second, you would not had lost the memorials if you had followed the guidelines of the website.
The guidelines for making a memorial are located on the left side of any memorial under the link Help With Find A Grave. Please read these guidelines when you have time.
Before you make a memorial, you have to search carefully to see if there is already a memorial for that person. There is one memorial for one grave.
You just can't decide to make a duplicated memorial because you are the historian of the church and cemetery. There isn't the way this website works.
After finding numerous duplicated memorials made by you in Abilene Cemetery, I sent a SAC to you about each and waited the 30 days for your reply. There was no reply. Following the guidelines, all your duplicated memorials were sent to "Edit" to be deleted or merged with the originals. You lost control of your Find A Grave memorials because you made duplicated ones.
Since you are historian of this church, you may have corrections or suggestions to be done on these memorials. So following the guidelines to make a change on these, or any other memorial on Find A Grave, go to the edit tab on the top right of the memorial and send a message to the manager of the memorial to ask them to add it. That is what all members do when they don't manage the memorial.
You don't have to be the member managing the memorial to add information to the memorial.
Lastly, I did notice that you also carelessly misspelled several names and used all little letters when entering a name. Misspelling the name causes others to make duplicated memorials as the misspelled name doesn't show in the search machine. This was not just one of your duplicated memorials but several.
Duplicated memorials....numerous In September 2013, I sent you several SAC/emails about the duplicated memorials you made in Abilene Cemetery,Putnam Hall, Putnam County, Florida, USA.
Since I did not receive a reply from you, the duplicated memorials were forward on to Edit to merge with the original memorial or be deleted.
Since you posted the grave photos on your duplicate and the original memorial, I can assume that you are aware that you are making duplicates, which is against the website's guidelines.
This is a grave registration site with one memorial for one grave. The guidelines for making a memorial are located on the left side of any memorial under the link Help With Find A Grave. You may find them helpful in the future.