|Taphophile Duo (#47438338)|
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Keeping and maintaining our relatives.
Redistributing the other memorials to someone we know will take care of them and isn't interested in collecting dead people like normal people collect friends.
NOTE: If you volunteer on this website and decide you no longer want to be a manager, please make arrangements to transfer your memorials to someone who is active and cares about the accuracy of the information. This really will help reduce duplicates, which we notice with increasing frequency.
If you place memorials and don't come back, or you refuse or neglect to fix them, link them, etc., they are as abandoned as many of the graves we encounter in cemeteries, only you have now abandoned these people twice.
It would also be a good idea to leave a family member or friend instructions on how to make transfers of your memorials in the event of your own untimely death.
In addition, it's not up to you to make new FAG rules regarding anything.
(Borrowed from another active FAG Contributor)
"Ancestors are nice to have
We could hardly do without them
And if they made the page of fame
We strut and boast about them.
But there are those who think that souls
Who have lived out life's brief span
Still hang around their earth's abode
To watch the works of man.
So when I think of ancestors
Who have crossed the Great Divide
I wonder if they view my life
With the same exultant pride."
By Pearl E. Bowers
2nd Cousin, 3X removed
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|Shirley McMunn||GEORGE H FONNER, # 78701852|
Would you please indicate in the Plot area that George is buried in Section G Lot 5? That comes from the Mercer County Veterans Burial list used each year to honor the graves of past military personnel.Thank you.
|John K. Pierson||Feeling well|
Thank you for asking. I am doing well for someone living on Social Security and Medicare.
Something happened this week that has me puzzled. It happened about Thursday. I was shut out of Find A Grave for a whole day. It started when I tried to go to their site and sign in. It didn't matter if I typed in the address or clicked a link to get there. My whole computer screen was filled with an image that said Find A Grave is closed for site maintenance, and will be back soon. At first I didn't think much about it, as sites do need to do that kind of work. After about 12 hours I got a strange feeling that something was wrong, especially when I was getting emails from people asking for edits, corrections, transfer's, etc. I knew they had to be on the site to send those emails. About then I picked up my cell phone and opened internet and got right in to Find A Grave. The rest of the day I did my work with the phone. It does the same job , but is a little slower for me to type stuff in. I still couldn't get in with my computer. Everything is OK now. Do you have any thoughts on this? It's almost like I was being hacked or scammed by someone.
|Doris Wyss||William Sumner Benson & Juliette Benson|
Thank you for posting the memorials along with the great t.s. photos. I would like to ask your permission to post the photos on ancestry.com and would of course credit the photos to yourself. Please let me know if this would be okay with you. Thanks again, Doris
|Patricia Brown||Linking mother and son|
Hi. Your memorial for Gilson Goodrich, 101377027, may be linked to his mother, 83209607, Lenore Cobb (Goodrich) Schultz. (She is my g-grandmother.)
|Terry Haun||RE: Margaret Brown|
Hi, This is my husband,s line. I thought I had researched that, but can't find my notes. Thanks for catching that. Am interested in corresponding with anyone that is related.
|John K. Pierson||Something new?|
I looked at my member page in Find a Grave today and noticed a tab called "EDITS". When I clicked on it, there were four suggested changes for review. When did this start? The change requests were dated Dec. 6, 2013. Have you received any of these and is this going to replace the email requests for changes that we have been getting for ever?
Hi, Go to my page and e-mail me your e-mail address so I can send this info.........Jim
|jim jones||Francis Cassidy|
Hi, I am at the library now. Tha Cassidys that were originally buried in The Old Catholic Cemetery were: Francis, James J., Florence Agnes, Thomas O.A., Serjt. F.J. (Francis J.), Mary Ann, and William. Francis J.'s father, Francis, according to these records was born in Bonington Co.,Pa. and died on 26 Aug.,1866 at the age of 63.Our librarian also found me his will dated 14 Aug.,1856. It's him because he leaves lots # 30 & 31 in the city to his son Francis. I will e-mail you all this info later..............Jim
|jim jones||Francis J. Cassidy memorial|
Hi, Your info and link have been added. Thank you and now FYI, The Pioneer Park Cemetery is the remains of 2 cemeteries abandoned about 1895. The Old City Cemetery ran east and west and the Old Catholic Cemetery ran north and south at the east end of the other. When they were abandoned many were moved to either Oak Grove or St.John,s.The library has about 15 or more pages of names that were buried in each. They also have a list for pioneer park. Whoever listed Pioneer Park,only listed the CMO vet but I think that I listed the rest from that list. I will check next week to see if Francis Sr. is listed. If not, I will check the other 6 Co. cemetery books.......Jim
|John K. Pierson||RE: Duplicates|
I just sent "djb" a request to delete the duplicate memorial. If nothing happens in a few days, I will let you know. While looking over the whole cemetery list, I found Barb Pyle had made duplicates of four of her own memorials. I sent her a request to delete one of each.
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