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AJ Martin (#48172655)
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 • 13 Memorials Managed
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Connie Langvardt
RE: Thank you!
You're welcome. The memorial should belong to family.

Connie L.
Added by Connie Langvardt on May 29, 2014 6:47 PM
Joe Gibbens
No generation skipping links
No sorry, no generation skipping. You can put parents and grandparents information in the 'bio' information to cover the information.
Joe
Added by Joe Gibbens on May 26, 2014 6:02 PM
Joe Gibbens
Oh yes...
And include your Find A Grave # 48172655.
Joe
Added by Joe Gibbens on May 26, 2014 5:23 PM
Joe Gibbens
Re:Transfering a Page
Hi - First of all, you can ask me anything...I think I've seen it all in my 5 years on Findagrave. MOST of the contributors hate it when you ask for transfer on their personal page. Many say they will just delete the request. Use the 'Edit' button in the upper right of the memorial. Then put your request in the 'Suggest any other correction or addition.' When you request on the personal page, they have to go and find the memorial. That's a lot of work when you have 80-100,000 memorials and do many transfers. Putting it directly on the memorial means they don't have to go looking for it.
Glad you have come to Findagrave. Oh, and please call me Joe.
Joe
Added by Joe Gibbens on May 26, 2014 5:22 PM
LA Powers
RE: Photo Request
There is a John Sobich that was born in Miami in 1915, parents Mike and Mary. It is possible that this is him... but I don't see any way of knowing for certain. He died in California, and I don't know how to access death records for that state. However, you may like to know that you can access Arizona birth and death certificates for birth years up to 1938 and death years up to 1963 by going to http://genealogy.az.gov
Added by LA Powers on May 25, 2014 2:43 PM
LA Powers
RE: Photo Request
Thank you for your hard work! I am digitizing old Silver Be lt and Arizona Record newspapers, and as I find obituaries that state someone has been buried in one of the local cemeteries, I've been adding them (if they do not already have a memorial). There are a number of us trying to help our cemeteries along. I'm hoping findagrave will come up with something we can add to the memorials to state that the graves are no longer visible, or a gravemarker cannot be found. These people ARE buried there, though, and I feel deserve a memorial.... and hopefully family will find the memorials, if not the graves themselves.
Added by LA Powers on May 25, 2014 2:32 PM
 

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