|Darlene Smith Lee (#48161900)|
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|Peggy Buchanan||Phillip and Maria Gribling|
Thank you so very much for transferring my 3rd great grandmother and grandfather to me and for all the work you do. I would still appreciate it if you would check (when the weather permits) to see if they have headstones and take a picture, if possible; otherwise I will put in a volunteer request.
Darlene Much appreciation for photo of Headstone. Thank You and God Bless
Added by Kay on Jan 05, 2015 4:01 PM
|Judy Farst||New Photo|
Hello Darlene, I made you a larger and enhanced photo of your great-great grandmother, Elizabeth Berry Mowry and her sisters. Hope that you like it.
Hi Darlene, I added grave marker photos to William and Dorthea Stoodt in the Mansfield Cemetery along with several other Stoodts. Jody
Added by JodyM on Oct 24, 2014 12:30 PM
I added a pic of Mabel "Christine" Brunk to her file at Mansfield Cemetery.
Hello Darlene, I found and added photos of Joel and Catherine Berry Hersh to their files at Oddfellows Cemetery in Lucas, Richland County, Ohio. You might want to take a look at them?
|Judy Farst||Name Change|
Hello, I believe that I have Mary Elizabeth Cates Freehafer Remy all corrected and linked.
|Todd James Dean||Shumaker|
I'm sorry if I don't understand what you are trying to explain. I see you are new to Find a Grave and I should be patient and kind.
You need not waste your time trying to write me who is listed because I own my own copy of the Bellville Cemetery Records and I am sitting here with the page open, looking at ten Shumakers listed. I have attached copies to our memorials so you can see what I am trying to explain. Those are the exact same ten Shumakers that I made memorials for years ago. I only changed the spelling on Cora because I recently saw a picture of the stone. When I see it carved in stone I gladly change from the cemetery record's spelling, not a big deal.
Please, don't get me wrong here, I truly don't mind if you want to make doubles or if you delete them. Not much my concern. You just kinda set yourself up when you came out of the blue and advised me to delete old memorials because you found an alternate spelling and created doubles. It's all ok anyways as long as your having fun. I am still glad to transfer them to you and you can spell them anyways you want, just let me know. Thanks for all the work your trying to do.
|Todd James Dean||Shumaker/Schumacher|
When you find a name that is not spelled correctly you very simply go to the edit box on the upper right of each memorial and you change it. If you don't have the death records or a picture of the headstone then I go with the cemetery spelling. I fix edits daily so there is usually no wait.
You surely don't create a bunch of new, doubled memorials because of a name spelling variation. There is, of course, no way that I am going to go down a whole row of family members and delete these three-year-old memorials just because the cemetery book spells them wrong or the old family spelling is different, etc. If this is your family I will gladly transfer them to you but I will be correcting them if necessary, not deleting them and you will need to delete all the doubled memorials that you created. I had Bellville cemetery finished years ago on Find a Grave, EVERYONE accounted for, regardless of name spelling. I went first by the book then later, with the camera through the whole cemetery several times. Sorry about this. I was there years ago, working for months, hundreds of hours. When you create a new memorial at Bellville it is probably a double unless they just passed recently. Please don't create doubles, you waste your time, they need deleted. Thanks for the work you do.
|Aaron John Turner||RE: Catherine Crone Mowry|
Again I declined the edit because you are not providing a picture of the tombstone to show that your spelling is correct. I am indexing from the cemetery record ledger book and would be glad to change it if you can post a tombstone that shows the spelling is different than what the ledger book says.
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