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PLEASE be kind to the VOLUNTEERS who have added the names, dates and grave photos so YOU can find your missing kin and friends.
THANK them for their work! Courtesy and kindness accomplish much.
Provide something other than census records as sources WITH edit requests instead of waiting for the denial to arrive.
A denial is not personal rejection of you. Accept it and move on.
I spend many hours researching edit requests at local court houses, libraries, and online. I often find edit requests have errors and therefore decline as allowed by Find a Grave. If this is a problem for requestors, I transfer management to Find a Grave. The majority of edit requests are approved within the 21 day time allowed. No one benefits from memorials with erroneous information. If there are no grave marker photos, likely the name and dates have been added from an index or other source. If you are a family member and asking for a transfer, please state and explain your relationship.
Thank you to all the volunteers who donate their hours, photos, research and help to others seeking their missing family and friends.
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|semkofam||RE: Herschleb burial at Peace cemetery?|
I have corrected that to unknown
Added by semkofam on May 29, 2015 1:37 PM
|albers_ancestry||RE: John Miller St Joesphs|
Hi, There aren't any other names on John's monument and there are no other visible markers of family members on the plot. A quick search of John on Ancestry.com indicates that his mother was Anna (Bautch) Miller, b. Nov 1824 in Germany, d. July/August 1917 in Menomonie, Dunn, Wi. There is some question about his father, but he appears to be John Miller, b. 1820 in Germany, d. Mar 1870 in Red Cedar TWP, Dunn, Wi. He was found dead in the woods apparently hit on the head by a dead branch. There is some confusion about Anna getting married again in 1888, but I believe this to be in error, because she is always listed by the name "Anna Miller". There is a listing for death notices for both John Jr. and Anna in the ARC Newspaper index maintained by UW Stout.
|Senior Girl||RE: Simon B. Randall at East Lawn|
I'll send what I found today. Thx much!
|Senior Girl||Samuel B. Johonson|
Since I already sent corrections for Simon B Randall (3 wife attachments) I had to send this addition this way:
Simon B. Randall #124791382
Father Simon Randall # 95938412
Mother Louisa Randall # 95938468
thx for you great work. Diana Morse
|M Newton||Norman Latshaw edit|
Thank you for the edit suggestion for Norman Latshaw. I have updated his memorial. I appreciate the tremendous amount of effort and information you have added to Findagrave.
Added by M Newton on May 26, 2015 5:43 AM
|Dennis DeKeyrel||RE: Lillian Johnson photo|
You're welcome. There are lots of Johnsons in that cemetery. In fact, while we were there one came to visit his uncle Leroy Johnson.
Thank you for the updates to the Goetz family. It means so much to us.
Added by jpaff on May 25, 2015 5:58 PM
|ken wolf||mary gilbertson wolf photo|
Thanks so much for this incredible service.
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Added by ken wolf on May 25, 2015 5:05 PM
Thanks so much for the transfer of odin and Olga. I appreciate your time and effort in creating the memorials. - Connie
FYI--I added gravestone photos for Henry and Pauline Abraham in the Spooner City Vets cemetery.
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