|Mary Anne Azzaro (#47654991)|
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|Samantha||Your grandfather's papers|
Now that the memorial is yours, it has the option for you to transfer to someone else. So if you later decide to transfer a memorial, you click on "transfer management" and then put in their contributor number on the next screen and the memorial will no longer be your's. So since you are happy to have these memorials, you should not click on "transfer management".
I don't recall specifically which memorial had an image of papers on it, but in general; if you put an image on one of my memorials you can come back and delete it any time you want, or an administrator can delete it. That's about the only people I know who can delete an image on a memorial. The only reason I have seen an administrator delete an image is if someone wrote in and had a reason to have it removed and the administrator agreed with the reason. So I guess in this case, the image was most likely removed by the person that put it on there.
I know it sounds unlikely, but I had a memorial with a lovely photo of the headstone on it and one day the photo was gone. I had to put in a photo request for another one. I thought, "why would someone go to all the trouble to take the photo and put it on there and then delete it?"
Tell me which memorial it was and I'll see if an administrator can go back in time and find an image connected to it and re-connect the image. It worked for me once or twice in the past.
Added by Samantha on May 08, 2015 6:59 PM
I see you sponsored some Azzaro memorials in the Italian Cemetery. I have transferred them to your care.
I am not a relative, I am just a volunteer working on the memorials that were abandoned in that cemetery. I am glad to now have these memorials with family.
Have a wonderful day.
Added by Samantha on Oct 08, 2014 1:46 PM
|Kelly||RE: Thank you for your time and thoughtfulness|
Dear Mary Anne,
Thank you very much for you kind words and time you took to tell me your story. I enjoy walking the cemeteries, looking for graves and learning about the people who once lived.
Unfortunately that photo is the best I can do because the crypt door is locked. It might look like I could reach between the bars in the door, but the door is also covered in a piece of plexi-glass. This makes it very awkward to capture the side walls of the crypt. The rear is easy because I can simply place the lens against the plexi-glass and take a straight-on photo.
I'm sure the cemetery office has a key but I highly doubt they would admit me without family permission. If you can arrange for me to have access to the crypt I would be happy to take more photos.
With kind regards,
Added by Kelly on Oct 21, 2012 11:21 AM