|Susan Isom (#47622083)|
| || member for 3 years, 7 months, 3 days|
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|I'm proud to be an Isom and a Loofbourrow.|
On both sides of my family there were soldiers in the Revolutionary and Civil Wars.
|Messages left for Susan Isom (4)||[Leave Message]|
|Chris Mills||Contacting members|
Hi Susan, This member hasn't made their email address public and has turned off the message feature in Find A Grave. The only way you have to contact them is to go to the memorial you want transferred (or corrected, but in the case of your grandmother obviously you want it transferred), click the edit button, and then in the message area explain your request (i.e., transfer). Since it is your grandmother if he actually gets the email I am sure he will transfer the memorial to you.
The only problem with the way this member has locked down their Find A Grave profile is that if they don't respond to your emails you have no way to get hold of them. If that happens you do have other channels where you can get things done, it just takes longer. Let me know how it works out and if you don't get a response within 30 days from your request get back to me.
|Chris Mills||Odd memorial marker|
I have seen memorials like this before and I am not sure what the significance of them is. I know in some cemeteries a family plot will have a large vertical marker surrounded by footstones or small memorials for the individual family members. I don't know why you would have a different marker with the initials unless the other marker was put up later with more information.
|Chris Mills||James and Nancy|
I transferred the memorials to you. You now control them, you can do anything you want to with the memorials. You can add links to them, you can edit the bio and burial sections, you can change dates and names. I am still recorded in the system as the memorial creator but I can no longer edit the memorials I transferred to you.
If you find any memorials that you want someone to transfer to you, you can ask the memorial owner to transfer the memorial to you, you just have to give them your Find A Grave ID number (at the top of your page on Find A Grave) and state your relationship. They are only obligated to transfer to you if you are direct line, but a lot of people are nice and will transfer cousins to you as well. Most people on this site just want to make sure that memorials they transfer will go to people who will take care of them. I have put in a lot of memorials of people I'm not related to so I am usually more than happy to transfer to someone who is related to that person.
|Chris Mills||James Isom|
I noticed you sponsered James's memorial. Would you like me to transfer him to you since you are a direct relative and you probably have some information to put on his memorial?
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