|Tory Redway (#48126347)|
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|Judy Reamy||RE: Re: Frusher, Britten, Caris, Futter|
I'm sorry. I'm not a relation. I just do research
|Barnard/OConnor/Wolford||well... already transferred them|
I went ahead and sent them to you. While creating so many memorials, I did not link relatives and put the "extra care" into them like related people would, so have-at-it! Paul Merlin Burkhardt is buried beside a Merlin Bayer. I assume they are related somehow due to the name. Just give me a list of any other relatives that are yours at St. Rose. I'm sure you can update the memorials & link people, etc, like they should be. Thanks, Pamela
No problem, I should have thought of the husband when I transferred the wife. I must have been tired. You may see duplicate memorials of some people in the cemetery. I made a list of them (there are around 49)and submitted the list to the webmasters so they could combine each of the duplicates into one. Then between the two memorials, they decide which of the 2 creators to assign it to based on which memorial is more complete. Maybe I should just transfer all Burkhardt's to you?
No, I am not related. There were some photo requests for St. Rose Cemetery. The office could not help me pinpoint grave locations because they said the original records from decades ago burned in a fire. Short of walking the cemetery, they couldn't offer any other suggestions. So, I walked the entire cemetery and photographed all stones pre-dating 2000. I created memorials if there weren't any. Then if there was a photo request for someone who died in 1903, we would know that there was no stone or it was no longer readable. I just wanted to preserve the oldest markers since the cemetery never recreated their records. Anyway, I've transferred your relative to you. Take Care.