|Sister Sonya||RE: Joseph Fattorini|
The guidelines are just that. I usually transfer no matter what the relationship is because I feel it's better to have someone somewhat related to the individual in question(even if it's a friend.) The only time I don't is if the person is being overly rude or I feel that I have a more direct claim to the person.
Have a good day,
|Sister Sonya||Joseph Fattorini|
I assumed you wanted Joe, although the message did not indicate as such and I have transfered him. Judith is not under my care (it's under an inactive name). If you wish the tranfer of this memorial, send in the edit request as normal and some Find A Grave admin will respond- it just might take longer.
|Sister Sonya||Gangemi / Bertino|
Transfered Josephine, Salvatore, Santo and Maria to your care.
|Cindy||RE: John Donovan/County Carlow|
I have no idea. I send so many edit's. If it was an automatic edit look in your edits. That is found on the top right near where it says contributor tools. If you click there there are catogories. One of them is accepted Edits. You can find it there. As far as me sending the edit - if I did the info came from the stone - if there is one on the memorial. OR - it came from an OBIT.
Added by Cindy on Jul 14, 2014 5:02 AM
|John Smolarek||Catherine Donovan|
Your email message had links to Ancestry.com. I do not have access to Ancestry.com and cannot determine what you're talking about
|Roibeard53||RE: Holy Sepulchre|
It certainly is insane. Preventing people from seeing graves of loved ones they can't otherwise see is decidedly un-Christianlike to boot. One volunteer I know of was kicked out for taking pictures. She reported it and that's why the page for the cemetery says what it says. Actually at least two were kicked out, because I was kicked out once about a year ago. But I still go regularly and get about 10 photos each time. I suppose some day I'll get caught and kicked out again, but I'll just wait a few weeks and start up again. It's actually more satisfying than taking photos where they are allowed.
|Roibeard53||RE: Holy Sepulchre|
It' the only one I do on a regular basis now, if only because they won't let people take photos even of their own family's graves.
BTW, I did look for the others on your list but couldn't find any markers. That's not unusual for graves in the Saints Paths. I'll check once more to make sure before I put up a problem report.
|Roibeard53||RE: Joseph Ryan at Holy Sep|
You're very welcome. Feel free to request any others at Holy Sep. I've been caught once and thrown out about 6 months ago but that was my fault for going on a day when the manager was in the office and I was conspicuously carrying a camera around my neck. At first I talked the groundskeeper out of kicking me out but when the manager saw me he had no choice.
I've been going there about 2 years now even after being thrown out just because they don't allow photos. If they ever put up a sign welcoming me to come in and take pics, it wouldn't be as much fun.
|Roibeard53||Joseph Ryan at Holy Sep|
For some reason the site's email's notifying people that their requests have been filled aren't getting through. If you don't know it already, I filled the above request.
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