If there are any errors in my memorials I would be happy to change them if the new information is correct. Such as info on the stone. I am a photo volunteer so if there is a grave you need a picture of please let me know, I'll do what I can. I will not delete my memorial if mine was there first, please check
Louis N Miles Doug, Louis N Miles already has a memorial page. His number is 23209373. He is buried in California, not at Cedar Bluff Cemetery in Rockford. Please remove your page for him, it is in error.
1) Your Carrie Belle # 147319182 is the same as Carrie Belle Miles #112132998 . Please add your photo to the original and delete your duplicate memorial.
2) Your memorial for Bev H Adams #147475857 is not valid, there is no Bev Adams in Cedar Bluff. Please delete it and transfer your photo to Adelaide Grinnell Adams wife of Rev. S H Adams #103495814. You will see that the dates are the same.
3) Your Nettie A Collins # 147318021 is a duplicate of Lydia Annette Woods Collins # 104169685. Please transfer your image to the original entry and delete your memorial. It is her death date on her stone marked mother, just as it is the death date on the stone to her right marked father. Richard and "Nettie" are husband and wife.
It is a rare occasion that you find a burial pre 1990 that "Mookie" has not already entered. She transcribed all the interments not previously listed in Cedar Bluff a few years ago.
Thanks for your attention to these corrections. Jim
Thanks so much for taking a photo of the tombstone of my 4th great-grandfather, Thomas Butler. I look forward to sharing this image with my extended Butler family, most of whom left Illinois in the late 1940s. Your volunteer efforts are greatly appreciated!
Best, Nic Butler Charleston, South Carolina http://charletsontimemachine.org
Samuel & Mary Smith Doug, I want to thank you for the quick response to my photo request. I know your still struggling with cold temps back there in the Midwest. I so appreciate having those stones available to actually visualize. They are not blood realtives, but we are attempting to break down a brick wall on one of their children who married into our family back in the 1940's. Since Smith is such a common name,.. it has truly become a difficult task. Thank you again, Diane Dionne Edwards