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Julia Ather (#47024689)
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Bio Photo I love American history, dealing with names, and solving mysteries, which means I love genealogy. Because of my eyesight however, I will be limiting the time that I spend on FindaGrave as of July 2017. This means that

1) I will no longer process Edits, except for the very obvious. My policy has always been to check edits sent to me because I do not want to pass on incorrect information, and some edits have indeed been wrong or without proof. Checking them takes time and effort though, and I can't afford to do it anymore.

2) I will continue to make transfers to anyone, be it close relative, distant relative, or just anyone who would like to manage a memorial that I created. None of my memorials are of my personal relatives. If you would like a memorial transferred to you, please use the method that FindaGrave has provided: Go to the memorial page and click the Edit button. Of the choices that follow, click on "Suggest any other correction or addition." This will bring up a message box for you to write me, and the email FindaGrave sends will include a link to the memorial as well as to your profile page.

As before, I am happy to have anyone copy the photos I've posted to use on a family tree. That's why I took them.

Also as before, I ask that folks NOT post death certificates on my memorials because I feel they are not appropriate for a picture.

FindaGrave is a great website even though it's basically all about deaths! Still, it makes me think of the verse "And this is the testimony: God has given us eternal life, and this life is in His Son. He who has the Son has life; he who does not have the Son of God does not have life." (I John 5:11)
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Susan Baker
RE: Maki memorials
I am so sorry. I confused you with the person requesting the photo. The rose does indicate where the person is buried according the sexton and cemetery records. Thank-you for your input and sorry about the mix up.
Added by Susan Baker on Jul 15, 2017 8:10 PM
Susan Baker
RE: Maki memorials
Hi Julia No thank-you on the memorials. I'm a Find A Grave Volunteer fulfilling your photo request. Only curious as to why the requests.
Added by Susan Baker on Jul 15, 2017 1:45 PM
Cathy
RE: Amelia Curry French
Hi Julia,

There are 2 new headstone photos recently added to George's memorial. I asked the photographer to let me know if there were any other headstones, since there is a large "French" monument. Another of Amelia's sons is buried in Holy Cross. Amelia is a very distant relative so not requesting a transfer for George.

Cathy
Added by Cathy on Jul 06, 2017 6:49 PM
Lkrier
RE: Frederick Wollner in Park Cemetery
I understand your position. If I can, I will try to find more information.
Added by Lkrier on Jun 12, 2017 2:34 PM
Lkrier
RE: Frederick Wollner in Park Cemetery
Frederick Wollner, a farmer in Marquette County, was the son of a Daniel Wollner of Germany. He was married to Barbara Schere (possibly Schmidt) and had had eleven children in all. As of 1902, only four were still living.
Added by Lkrier on Jun 12, 2017 12:19 PM
Little Marie
William LeConte
I removed the photo from the French grave and put it on the one in Eastview Cemetery.....don't know how I got the two mixed up. Thanks for contacting me.
Added by Little Marie on Jun 03, 2017 5:29 AM
Greg Ferguson
RE: Richmonds in Park Cemetery
Hi

It doesn't matter as I'm a distant relation to the second wife Isabella Rule
Added by Greg Ferguson on May 20, 2017 12:45 PM
SunnyR
RE: Nelsons in Park Cemetery
Hi Julia,
Yes, I am a great granddaughter. I would be very happy to manage this memorial. Thanks for your help!
Sunny
Added by SunnyR on May 04, 2017 5:51 PM
Mary J Garrison
RE: William Albert and Esther Catherine Given
I would love to! Especially to learn the location. Those little critters have been hiding from me for years! Thank you so much!!!


Mary
Added by Mary J Garrison on May 03, 2017 7:37 PM
Patti Kemp
Benjamin Hallock Find A Grave Memorial# 29670579
Thank you for posting this grave marker. You have correctly listed Benjamin's wife as Harriet. Per her father's will her full name was Harriet McQueen. (See NY Probate Records on Ancestry for Robert McQueen, d 1862 in Clay, Onondaga, NY). Benjamin Hallock is also named in the will, both as Harriet's husband and as one of the executors for his father-in-law's estate. (Robert McQueen is also buried at the Morgan Meetinghouse Cemetery.) The side of the monument bearing the names of Benjamin's children has an error in the inscription and it might be helpful if you would point it out in the memorials for these 3 children. The monument reads: Children of "B & N Hallock". Per the 1850 and 1860 census records (Clay, Onondaga, NY) for Benjamin and Harriet listing 2 of the 3 children, this is an inscription error. It should read "Children of B & H Hallock".
Thank you for your service to researchers by photographing and posting so many headstones.
Kind Regards,
Patti Kemp
Added by Patti Kemp on May 03, 2017 8:19 AM
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