|Bonnie Ward Williamson||102103006 Your Memorial for Leah Dry|
Findagrave protocol is to list women under their surname at the time of their death or the name on the headstone, NOT their maiden name. There is a space available for their maiden name. In the memorial above, Leah was Leah Dry HOUSE and her memorial should read that way.
Your memorial noted above is a duplication of my memorial for Leah Dry House, # 67068556. I started to link Leah to her parents, and discovered your memorial for her father John F. is also a duplication of someone else's entry and her mother is listed under her maiden name. If you look carefully at the clear photo of Leah's stone that I included, you will see that the stone is worn, but it seems to give her date of death as 1890, not 1891.
First, this has created a bit of a mess in trying to follow the family links. You have also negated the hard work of others. It would be very much appreciated if you would go back and delete your duplicates and/or add death names as needed.
I would be very happy to turn over management of my original memorial to you if Leah is a member of your family, as she is not directly related to me. Just ask. You could then take advantage of the links I've already made to the House family and also add your own information. Most Find A Grave workers will happily do the same if asked, or at least add your requested additions and corrections.
Thank you for the work you do here, and I hope we can work together to make the best information available for everyone.
|Gail Helton||Lawrence & Margaret Rosenberger|
Thank you so much for posting the photo of Lawrence & Margaret Rosenberger's gravestone. They are the parents of a friend of mine. I always think it makes a memorial so much nicer if a picture of the gravestone is included. I really appreciate that you took the time to post this.
Take care and thanks again.
-Gail Karch Helton
Thank you for getting the headstone photos of cob, Clara, and Wilmer. this will help in my search.
Thanks so much!!
Added by Jeanette on Jun 21, 2016 1:20 PM
Thank you for providing a photo of the grave marker for Thelma Ingersohl at Find A Grave memorial no. 58087997. It adds so much to the memorial, and I appreciate so much the time and effort you invested in taking it.
|Patricia Moore||Request - Removal of photo|
Please remove the photo you posted to memorial #85232078 @ http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GSln=arthur&GSmid=46891221&GRid=85232078& for Robert C. Craig. This memorial was created for him but I had him in the wrong cemetery. It has been brought to my attention and I have removed his information but will reuse the memorial for another family member. Your removal of the photo would be greatly appreciated.
|Carl Bennett||George Yearian|
Thank you for filling my photo request! Excellent picture.
Much appreciation and best wishes,
|jm||William Twombly headstone|
Thank you so very much for taking the time to photograph William's marker. Your time and effort is appreciated.
Added by jm on Mar 01, 2015 6:27 PM
|Becky Bowman||Frank C. Mueller|
Thank you so much for the photograph of Frank's marker. He was a Great Great Uncle of my husband's. May God bless. Your efforts have really been appreciated!
Becky and Jeff Bowman
|Charlene Kimpler||Joseph M Walker|
You took the photo of Joseph M Walker's gravestone in Hurricane Cemetery for his Find A Grave Memorial page #29696894. I am having trouble reading its inscription from the picture. I was wondering if you could tell me what it says on the stone. I am looking for a William Joseph Walker with the same death date for my ancestry and I am not finding him in Hurricane. I think this is one and the same.
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