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ALL info you submit - WILL be added to memorial -- and you will be given credit as the source!
Have transferred numerous memorials, with many then either deleted or nothing new added. And yes, am aware of fag policy, - however, fag can not guarantee people really are related or that memorials won't be deleted after transfers!
PER FAG: "Simply having someone in your family tree is not grounds for a management transfer request. Any non-direct relatives (aunts, uncles, cousins, etc) are NOT required to be transferred."
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|Donna Londeen||Florence Bever|
I need help finding the page. Send me a memorial number or do an edit correction so I will have a link.
|Donna Londeen||Florence Bever|
Can you send me a link or something to help me find this page please.
Donna - firstname.lastname@example.org
|Kenneth Britton||71531497 Steven Gregg Maxwell|
This is a duplicate of the Grave mentioned above. yours is older but theirs in an a actual cemetery. Please contact and work out the memorials. Thanks
|Will/Zirkle Families of Virginia||Willie Sager Dellinger|
Regarding your memorial 43415429, Willie Sager Dellinger:
Her parents are William N Sager (memorial 51307241) and Annie M Hepner Sager (memorial 51307175).
My sources are: (1) Annie M Hepner's obituary: "Mrs. Sager is also survived by six daughters, Mrs. M. A. Getz, of Winbchester; Mrs. T. J. Foxwell, of Norfolk; Mrs. Perry Bowers, near home; Misses Hazel, Willie and Lelia, at home..." and
(2) her sister Helen Virginia Sager Stidley's obituary: "Besides her husband, an employee of the Chesapeake and Western Railroad, she is survived by one son, George W. Stidley of Harrisonburg; two grandchildren; and four sisters, Mrs. Beulah Bowers of Mt. Clifton, Mrs. Irene Foxwell of Norfolk, Mrs. Willie Dellinger of Timberville and Mrs. Lelia Zirkle of Mt. Jackson."
|Kerie Glenn-Harris||Glenn Family--Dade County MO|
I am a direct descendant of the Glenn family from Dade County, MO. I am able to maintain and edit the info for them. There is a great deal of wrong info on my father's and grandparent's grave pages.
Thank you so much for all your hard work.
|beckie||Ned Lester Behner|
#36413040 Please change his bio you talk about a lady not Ned thank you for your help on this. beckie
Added by beckie on Aug 15, 2017 8:32 PM
|Wayne Seymour||J. W. Pickens FAG 41908931|
Parents: Jonah Harry Pickens
Lillie Cordelia Pickens
I am a grandson of these parents.
His full name: James William Harry Pickens. He was born on August 15, 1897 and he married Bertha Ozeda Tuttle on March 4, 1928. I do not have a month or day of his death.
|Sherry||Jesse A. Butcher #50409471|
I read your bio about not transferring management of Find A Grave listings to family members. I respectfully ask that you reconsider. My husband & I have much information & personal family history to share of Grandpa, Jesse A. Butcher #50409471. I appreciate the time you have put in to setting up the listing & your wanting to protect the listings you have created. But it is VERY important to us to protect and share the incredible story of Grandpa and his life as a business man, a WWII veteran and an extremely respected man in his community. We loved him very much & yes, this is personal. PLEASE reconsider your position and transfer management to me so that we as a family can maintain & manage information on Grandpa's Find A Grave listing.
Sherry Deetz #48055282
Added by Sherry on Jul 17, 2017 8:50 PM
|James Schad||Raymond Dale Morris|
Thank you for managing my grandfathers find a grave. I was wondering if you can please take down the two pictures I posted of him so that way I can replace them with some better pictures? I have one when he was in the Navy
|Linda Vance-Kelley||RE: Family Graves|
I don't understand why it's important for you to keep other family members graves? I appreciate that you put them up but I think it's important for family members to be able to maintain their sites if they so desire. Your response that you "might" transfer my grandparents but not my great-grandparents doesn't make sense to me. Other people who had other family members had no problem transferring. Would appreciate it if you would please reconsider. Or at least explain why you feel the need to not transfer to family that wants to maintain them.
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