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I've finally caught up on all of my emails with edits I needed to do. It took awhile because I was having so many issues with my mom's death in May last year but I finally just buckled down and got everything done that was in my email. If you sent something to be added to a memorial (as of today, 7/9/2017) and it didn't get added, please resend the information that you want to be added and I'll do my best to get to it quickly.
If you have edits you want such as name corrections, dates to be added or changed etc, please go through the edit feature to do that. If there is information that I need to personally add and not just click the "ok" button to accept them, (such as a story or county record info etc.)I will be sent an email to add information from a message you'd send to me on the edit feature.
Please feel free to ask for a transfer of a family memorial no matter how distant that relation.
The only reason I wouldn't transfer a family memorial is if it's my own family.
One last thing, I am using an idea I found on a Find A Grave member JD's profile about pictures.
As far as the pictures and information I enter on Find A Grave, feel free to use it for any Non-Commercial purpose. If it is for a commercial purpose, please contact me first.
I didn't think about doing this before I saw this person's profile about it. I hope this will prevent any delays in the usage of the photos for personal/family history books and such. Because I was having such a difficult time after my mother's death last year, I missed a request from someone who was putting a history book together to use one of my photos before they took their book to be printed. I felt pretty bad when I found the request and then contacted the person finding out the book had already been printed and without the photos. I don't want that to happen again if I can help it.
Although you don't have to, if you are using any photos or information it would be nice to know. If you could leave me a message that you used a photo etc. that would be great.
I do want to be asked for permission from anyone who will be using my photos for commercial use.
Have a great Find A Grave Day!
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Hi Robbyn - Thank you for the transfer, even though it wasn't requested. Do you happen to have a plot location for him?
Added by Sheila on Jun 30, 2017 12:24 AM
Thank you for photographing Emil Guays monument
|CAPT Sharon Davis, USN (Ret)||Daniels Ayers|
Thank you so much for the transfer! It's much appreciated.
Thank you for the transfer!
|Beachcomber||Eastman family Yakima|
There are some edits waiting for the Eastman family
|Susan Davis||RE: John Max Littler|
Hi, I resubmitted the edits for John M. Littler and his wife Catherine.
I did look to see if I could find your John Littler. I found:
Date of Birth: 10 Aug 1908
Birth Place: Pierce, Washington, USA
Father: Frank D Littler
Mother: Ellen A Anderson
In the 1910 census they are found in Tacoma with a 18 month old son named John M. Since this is close to the hospital, this may be your John M. Littler. If this is your John, it would give you a birth date to help in your search. Good Luck, Sue Davis
|Susan Davis||RE: John Max Littler|
I'm quite sure of who he is. His birth record is found in the Howard County, Indiana birth records.
mother, ____ Kenworthy
born: Oct 24, 1906
place: Howard County, Indiana
His obituary is found in the The Kokomo (Indiana) Tribune. It states: Born October 24, 1906, he was the son of John M. and Alma Kenworthy Littler.
. . .He moved to LaGrange in 1967 following his retirement.
Sorry he's not the one you are searching for. Sue Davis
|Donna Z||RE: Just to say HI|
No worries, and dont be concerned with any pending edits. Life is for the living. And losing a mom is a heart wrenching experience. She is the woman who birthed and bathed you. Your sadness is a testament of your love for her. I will be praying for you. It gets easier, but that hole in your heart will take time-so just ride with it. You will see her again. This was not a final goodbyelove and blessings,
P.S. just complete or reject the edits from me, as they are not important enough to care about. As I run across them another day, I will send you a new edit :)
Added by Donna Z on Jan 25, 2017 7:15 PM
|Donna Z||Just to say HI|
I sent you an edit a few days back-so no hurry. I just read your BIO and wanted to wish you well and that I am praying for you. I am in NO hurry for any edit I may send your way. Those of us "living" are far more important than the one that have passed.
Added by Donna Z on Dec 27, 2016 5:29 PM
|Susan Davis||John Max Littler|
John Max Littler (392035050) does not belong in this family. This John Littler is the son of John M. Littler
(45511348) and Alma Kenworthy Littler (45511337).
I have his birth record in Howard County, Indiana, his death record in Royal Oak, Oakland, Michigan and his obituary in The Kokomo Tribune, Kokomo, Indiana. His spouse is correct but his parents and siblings as listed on find a grave are not correct.
I'd be happy to share any of the records with you. Susan Davis
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