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My goal is to create as many memorials as possible with the hopes of relatives taking over management of their families. I can no longer afford expensive genealogical sites so I depend on "findagrave" to help me with my own familys' research. This is my way of "paying it forward".|
I appologize for the photo quality. This is my first effort & I tackled it blindly. Experience has taught me to eliminate the date stamp, size & composition. I will retake photos as time allows AFTER I get everything uploaded.
THANKS to all of you that have helped me with information & corrections.
God's Blessings, klh
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I wanted to say thanks for the transfer of Joseph and Justine Oberthaler. Its kind of an unknown side of my family and I'm trying to get it all together. Semper Fi ! STEVE
|Dale Safford||Samuel Keith Roberts|
Thank you for transferring the memorial for Samuel Keith Roberts in Cemetery Park to me. I am working with family members to get information on this family gathered together. You are doing a great job to contribute so many burials online!
|Donna Lyle Alumbaugh||Photo|
Hello, thank you for your kindness in going out, locating and taking headstone photo of Joseph Crowell. It is very much appreciated. Wish you the very best. Donna
Frequent Find a Grave searcher; today while looking up LaHaies in Iron Mountain MI I found listings for my husband's grandparents and uncles. The uncles had three younger sisters (all now deceased) including my mother-in-law but none have entries tat I could find. I will contact whomever I can to get information needed to add them.
Thanks for all of your hard work,
I just stumbled across your entry at Find A Grave for Meloni Padri, memorial #103856658. I have reason to believe that this is Melania Pedri who was the first wife of my husband's grandfather, Romano Pedri. She died in Dickinson County, Michigan in 1898.
I'm wondering if you can correct her name so she is easier to find. Or if you wish, you can transfer her to me and I can add the information.
I'm listed at Find A Grave as EADear and my contributor number is #47134915. Thanks so much for adding her and thanks in advance for your help.
Added by EADear on Apr 17, 2013 7:03 PM
|Judy Finger||THANK YOU|
Thank you so very much for the photo's of my aunt Clara Menza and my uncle Joseph Menza.
I truly appreciate your response as I am unable to make it to that area myself.
|Sandra Miller||RE: William James Hardi them to you.ng|
Yes, that would be fine. I have a question, though. Will that allow me to correct and/or enter material about them? I need to know how to do that, because in the material about John Henry Harding in the Constantine, MI, Cemetery, the creator of the information about him will not take corrections about it (clicking on her name leads to, "record not available"). He is given as a PFC, and he mustered out as a 1st Lieutenant!!
I am very limited in what I know how to do with "Find a Grave". I have been using flowers and comments to pass on genealogical information to others. Also, I think there should be other Hardings in the cemetery, such as Gladys, who died as a child of nephritis. Also, I would think Walton's wife, Mildred, would have a stone and Walton's brother and wife, Iver and Ruth Harding. So far there are five Hardings listed in Cemetery Park with "Find a Grave". They are all part of our family - Budd I. is Iver and Ruth's oldest and Duaine Gale is Walton's middle child. I have not been in the cemetery personally since childhood in 1948 with my parents.
I will do whatever you suggest! Please do not transfer anything until I understand what I can/must do as a manager. My authorization code is: 334480840. I am not concerned about anyone having my email address. My computer is well protected, I do not use credit/debit cards. and I do not do anything on the computer that involves money, anyway.
|Sandra Miller||William James Harding|
Thank you so much for all your hard work! I am a descendant of the Harding family and have researched it for many years, including with relatives in Cornwall, England. I have left flowers and a note for William James Harding which I would appreciate you using to make additions and corrections to the material you have so kindly already provided. If you have questions, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I have focused on providing the most information about my grandfather, John Henry Harding, because he left home after high school and never returned to Iron Mountain to live. I discovered several years ago that Hardings in the UP had really forgotten all about his existence in southwestern Michigan! Thank you again for all your work. I have been finding so much activity by "Find a Grave" volunteers in Michigan and so have been busy checking cemeteries and seeing what I can contribute.
|Stephen Guiliani||RE: Louis A Guiliani|
Thank You so much for the transfer of Uncle Louis. I'm sorry about not requesting it the right way. Sorry to say I am new here and I seem to be getting different info from people. LOL ! Go figure right ! Some people want the link to the Parents for some reason and others like you say just hit the transfer. I'm learning. LOL ! Again thank you and it means the world to me. Semper Fi ! STEVE
|Stephen Guiliani||RE: Louis A Guiliani|
Can I also ask for Anne Barbara (Shefchick) Guiliani if you have hers also. This is Uncle Lou's wife.
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