|Ken Kellaher (#48152419)|
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|Emily E. Farley Smith||RE: Sibling Names|
Each person shows up on their own memorial in the list of siblings just to keep the siblings order of birth. You'll notice though that their names are "greyed out" and are not clickable links as their other sibling names are. Again, this is done just to maintain birth order and is done automatically by the system; nothing you're doing wrong.
And, just as an FYI, if you ever see 2 asterisks next to a siblings name, it's because the system shows this person to be a half- and not a full-sibling. Wanted to let you know that in case you disagree with the half-sibling designation - that sibling may need to be linked with the other parent.
I hope this makes sense. :)
If you have any other questions or if I can help in any way, please don't hesitate to leave me a message. I'm always happy to help or at least try.
|Emily E. Farley Smith||Your Mother|
My sincere condolences on the passing of your mom. I've transferred her memorial to your care. I'll keep your and your family in my prayers.
|Emily E. Farley Smith||Your Mom|
|Emily E. Farley Smith||RE: Saint John Cemetery, Queens, NY|
Thank you so very much for being so nice and the quickness of your reply! Everyone calls it St. John's - I think that's why when someone can't find it here on Find A Grave, they create a cemetery not realizing it's already listed here. Confusing, I know.
I just wanted to say thanks and welcome to Find A Grave. If you ever have any questions or need help with anything, please don't hesitate to leave me a message. You can also log into the discussion forums for help with lots of stuff to do with how Find A Grave operates or even finding info on that hard to find someone. We've got some Sherlock like people who seem to find at least a tidbit if not tons of info.
Again, thanks and welcome.
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