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I received your email request (even though the info was wrong) and figured out what links you were actually wanting. Please follow the Find A Grave guidelines regarding EDITS and do not email me directly with edit requests. Thank you!
Added by KEW on Oct 28, 2015 10:18 PM
|J.Sullivan||RE: Mark Mills|
One of my find a grave buddies emailed me and said he would do it for you. His name is Ryan. So you can hold off a bit on the call if u want. He is reliable.
|Ryan Holly||RE: Mark Mills|
Click on the edit tab of the memorial and enter what ever additional comments and information you have. It may take a day or two to come back. You can also request that the memorial page be transfered to you, since he is your great grandfather.
|Ryan Holly||Mark Mills|
We have snow on the ground and more on the way. Soon as i can get a photo i will, if there is a gravestone. I submitted some edits for his memorial page. and asked that he be linked to his parents. Father 70368875 Mother 70368658 according to records he died December 4th 1878 at the age of 28
|J.Sullivan||RE: Mark Mills|
"Julie, could you please post a picture of the Mark Mills (D. 1878) Headstones. Or provide some information on how the grave can be found.
Also, if I wanted to provide some information on Mark's life how would I do it?"
It would be best to contact the memorial creator regarding anything you want done to this memorial. To add additional information, click the Edit link (in upper right of memorial) and then click the appropriate link for what you want to change. The name, birth, death, plot and transcription can be edited by you and then saved and will be reviewed and added within a few days. A bio change would need to be sent via the Suggest link (after those other fields) and it will take longer but should be added within 60 days or so.
To request a photograph, you just click on the button to request a photograph like you would any other memorial. I know there are plenty of unmarked graves and illegible stones though so it may not be able to be found. Also we are having cruddy weather right now in Indiana so it could not even be looked for soon.
What you could do in the meantime is call the Danville, Indiana, library and ask them to look at the transcription for this cemetery and give you what they have. I have seen it, but did not keep a copy. The women who surveyed this cemetery did a decent job and did their own numbering system. If his grave was identifiable then (50s, 60s or 70s - can't remember), it might be able to be found. You could also submit to the plot field what they show as the location of his grave. Or better yet, wait to make the request until after you have called them and ask them for the names of the people who are at the ends of the row he is in as well as one before and after. You could include all this information in the request. Or possibly they would even scan the page and send it to you. I don't know. I'd go and look but have too much going on to get to it any time soon. With the bad weather, I don't go out much anyway.
101 S Indiana St, Danville, IN 46122
Ask for the Indiana Room
Hope that helps.