|Time Jumper (#47712318)|
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I just wanted to make sure that you knew that I transferred three more Horner memorials to you. They weren't in your direct line, but I wanted to give them to you.
|TimelessSpirits||RE: RE; The Horners|
Thanks, Time Jumper, for your nice words. I truly never intended to anger you, and likely didn't choose my words with enough thought when I drafted the message to you. It pleases me greatly to transfer memorials within the 4-generation rules; otherwise, why would I work so hard to do the research and post so much information on the memorial? I do it so the appropriate family will read it and know for certain that the person is a family member they've been searching for. I probably go a bit overboard trying to make sure the family is the real deal since I get a fair share of people asking for transfers who are not descendents and frequently not even related. I do sometimes make transfers outside the 4-generation rules, but generally not to people who haven't done much with the memorials they already have. Hope to see you again on FindAGrave! Happy Thanksgiving!
|TimelessSpirits||RE: RE Velma Horner|
Well, it was not my intent to punch your angry button, but it appears I may have done just. I am sorry. I really wasn't trying to obtain your name and your mother's name, but simply trying to marry up the last names to validate that you likely are the great-granddaughter of the Horner couple. It is sometimes difficult to do this validation, and I have asked FindAGrave Admin for suggestions on how to best do this.
The reason I generally stick to the 4-generation FindAGrave guidelines is because I put a great deal of work and research into many of my memorials. I go the extra mile and do this because the more information I can put on the memorial, the greater the possibility a direct descendent will find the memorial and recognize that it is a member of their family. So you can see that it is not a numbers or power game. Unfortunately, I have encountered a number of people who claim a direct relationship to someone when in fact there is no relationship, or alternatively, there may be a relationship but not a direct one.
With all of this said, I will go ahead and transfer the two memorials to you. Take good care of them for me. Thanks.
Links to parents made -- If you are a relative I do not mind doing a transfer -- Let me know ! Thanks -- Scott
|Bob & Bonnie McEver||Christopher Clinkscales in Itasca|
Link to his spouse Joanna made and her maiden name, Martin, added to her memorial.
|Qmtech||RE: Philemon Lacy|
Absolutely use them for your tree.
BTW, there 2 other Lacey's in the next row- Mary & William (spelled with an "e"). Not sure if they are a relation, or if it's just a coincidence.
I posted their photos, as well.
Added by Qmtech on Oct 24, 2012 8:26 PM
|Dawn Kelley||Brames at Oak Grove|
Thank you for the excellent, clear photo of the Brames at Oak Grove. I'm in West Texas so you saved me a long trip. Great job!
|Louann Owens Rubel||Herbert and Lois Thomas and Lorene Standlee Memorials|
Thank you very much for the great photos. They were great people who deserve a great memorial page.
Louann Owens Rubel
|Lana Runnels Knor||Emanuel Toler|
Thank you so much for taking a picture of his heaadstone. I really appreciate it.
|Laura V||Ray & Nellvaun Dishman|
Thanks for the wonderful photos of this stone. Much appreciated!!
Added by Laura V on Oct 13, 2012 2:52 PM
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