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I try very hard to thank each person that completes SAC's for me, even if they ask me for sources or leave out or miss part of it. If I've missed you, it was not intentional.
The "In it for the numbers" folks: I've heard this term used negatively, but those that transcribe massive numbers of folks for us, whatever the source are the angels of this site. Please keep it up. I have folks I need to find and I can't find them without you. So thank you for all you do!
Thank you to everyone who's transferred a family member to me, most OOG. Every transfer is a gift, but also a responsibility. I promise to be a good steward. I've made my "Biographies Finished" and Biographies Needed" virtual cemeteries visable, so those that want to see if I've done anything with what they entrusted to me can see where I'm at in that process. I originally created those just to help me track, but realized that might be useful to those who've transferred to me.
A little more:
I'm not offended when you:
Deny me a transfer (I'm ALWAYS asking for a "gift")
Ask me more about how I'm related
Ask me if I have a source for this or that
Give me suggestions, tips or point out an error
If I have extensive changes to make, feel free to state it's a temporary transfer and let me know the deadline. Even if it's my second great grandmother that I feel emotionally tied to because of family stories and photos, I will ALWAYS honor the courtesy by transferring it back in a timely manner within your specified time limit.
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|Sue Tanner||Lydia Carleton 98735127|
Hi, I see you created the memorial for Lydia. I photographed her marker and created a memorial for her dad. Would you mind please linking Lydia to her dad? I appreciate that very much. May I ask how you found her info? Sue
|485tmwtabor||Laura Jean VonKnoblauch 485TMW|
To Whom it May Concern,
I am looking to be put in touch with the survivors of SRA Laura Jean VonKonblauch. Our reunion association, the 485th Tactical Missile Wing is seeking a photo of our fallen comrade to place in our "In Memorium" section on our website. If you would please have the responsible party(s) contact me I would appreciate it.
Larry S. Tabor, Capt, USAFR (RET)
Would you like a copy of the headstone for
James Alexander McElhattan to go with the
information you have on him ?
Father: John Anthony McElhattan 1940 -
Mother: Dorothy Pearl Garrard 1945 -
|Margaret Hogaboam||Mary Jane Sturgeon Bishop|
Hello - grave memorial 98652010 - the parents for Mary Jane Sturgeon are Samuel Sturgeon and Margaret Ferguson. She was married to George Bishop. Thank you. Margaret Hogaboam Pakula
|Virginia Brown||James Ira Ray|
Sorry, but it was Bill and Elaine Schrock who I should have thanked, which I have done. However, thanks for creating James's memorial.
|Virginia Brown||James Ira Ray|
Thanks for the quick transfer of James's memorial. I sincerely appreciate your thoughtfulness & look forward to adding information to his memorial.
|Sunny Stayt||Greenwood Memorial Terrace|
I am hoping that you might be able to help me. I believe that my great uncle is buried in this cemetery...but I have absolutely no proof.
His name was Arthur William Stayt, birth 08 Jul 1898 in Spokane, death 31 Aug 1899 at the corner of Indiana and Maple, Spokane (colitis)
If you run across him, would you be kind enough to let me know?
His death records only show what I have listed, and the family bible disappeared with my great grandmothers death in 1922. My grandmother was born after his birth/death and did not know of him.
|Garland Hill||thank you|
for transfering Emily Ida Belle Stanbrough Woollard
3rd Request for the transfer. The Memorial# 100199899 is my Husbands memorial. And also the father to my dauther. Could you please transfer the memorial to me.
Added by Carol on Apr 07, 2013 1:25 AM
|Heather Johnson||Thank you so much!|
You have done such an amazing job on the Dodd/Turner/Miller family. Just wanted to stop in and tell you thank you for all the work you put into these families. What a wonderful way to keep their memories alive. -Heather Dodd Johnson
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