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|I live in Virginia and just last year became interested in the family genealogy. I love this site. The volunteers are wonderful and helpful as are the memorials. |
I think it is important to share information, pictures, and stories about our ancestors. I hope the information I have added is a help to others looking for their ancestors.
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|Heather||RE: Wharton gravesite|
Carol, I cant thank you enough. You have done so much. God Bless!
Added by Heather on Nov 27, 2012 6:04 PM
|Robin Allison||Wharton family|
Sorry about the dates. County records are not always accurate that is a fact.
|Brett and Rebekah Laird||RE: Wharton gravesite|
That is perfectly fine
|Desert Wind||RE: Thanks for you help|
Hi Carol - You are welcome! -- Laurel
|LC||RE: Christine Richie|
You're very welcome. I was going out there today to take some flowers to my mother's grave.
It was no trouble at all.
Added by LC on Apr 11, 2011 9:30 PM
|Desert Wind||Ellis and Christine Richie|
Welcome to Find A Grave!
I saw your note on the photo request for Ellis Richie. Only the manager of a memorial can add any information. The manager of the VA records is Find A Grave management. You can request that the memorials for your mother and father be transferred to you. Please follow these steps exactly:
1) Send an e-mail to: email@example.com
2) In the subject heading put:" VA transfer of parents "
3) In the body of the message provide the links of your father and mother's pages. Just cut and paste the address from your browser into the message. If you are unable to do this, give the Find A Grave memorial number. But try to put the links. If there are no links, your e-mail "may" be ignored.
4) State your relationship to the deceased.
5) Give your member number 47481941
For your mother, please place a separate photo request for her side of the marker. This way the photo volunteer receives the credit. Also, some browsers do not display the note you left well and the volunteer may not see the note.
Thank you - Laurel