|Dan||RE: # 94127257|
I hear you, and I understand. I'd be happy to correct any memorials if you send me the info.
Added by Dan on Oct 31, 2013 6:02 AM
|Jean Doherty||RE: King/Finney|
Are you willing to share the dates you have for Blanche?
|Scott Connor Barnard||RE: Wade Benson|
Thanks for your attention to this matter. The Wade Hampton Benson buried in Mississippi was the uncle of a friend Fay Benson. The other Wade H. was born in Johnston County later and I had the 2 confused.
Thanks for bringing it to my attention
|Phyllis (Porter) Zegers||RE: #109745553|
North Korea/North Carolina -- Thanks. Good catch.
|Deborah S||RE: # 90633278|
Hi, can you help me? I am confused. The memorial is for Dr Albert Franklin Williams Jr, 1874-1950. Looking at various records, it appeared to me that his father was Albert F. Williams, 1842-1926 and his mother was Rosalind Jarmon 1846-1926. It also appeared that he was married twice, to Margaret Hadley 1875-1922 and Mollie Ernst 1895-1970. Can you help me understand which one of these could have been his mother? Maybe I misunderstood your message? Thank you.
|beckydawn||RE: # 143050|
I only added the pic as requested. You will have to contact the person who maintains the memorial to have it changed.
Sorry -- Becky
Thank you so much for the kind words! I try to give the full view of their resting place. Hugs
Added by gennie on Jun 24, 2013 3:03 AM
|Carole Marie (McMahan) Selby||RE: #54561778|
The photos are sometimes cropped automatically to fit into the space that they provide on the memorial site and they have to my knowledge worked for as long as I have been doing this. I don't need to "take a cue" from anyone... I try to follow the guidelines of Find A Grave. If you right click on the image and then save the pic to your computer you will be able to enlarge the pic to your satisfaction.
|Brenda Dahmen||RE: #71894306|
Thank you so much for the correction. There are two.. Father and Son. The Son had not been entered. I have add both and photos.
|Deb McCallister||RE: In General|
Thank you. I try to get as close as I can to the headstones when I take pictures. There are a few that it was so sunny that they are hard to read. I keep working on it! Have a good week.
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