|L Winslow (#46875728)|
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Anyone is welcome to use my headstone photos for non-commercial purposes.|
If you are taking photos of your ancestors' headstones, please also take photos of some surrounding headstones to post on Find A Grave.
Consider adopting a local cemetery and taking photos of all the gravestones!
Many thanks to the thousands of people who have sent edits, corrections, and additional information.
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|Erik Nielsen||Dr Arthur S King|
I am curious as to the source of information that led you to label Arthur King as a Doctor. He is listed under Find A Grave Memorial# 25149512 created by you back in 2008.
According to the 1940 census he was an elavator operator in a hospital....not a doctor. This is a big difference I have about 3 Arthur King's born within 3 years of each other all having daughters with the first name of Lorraine that I am trying to resolve.
|PBosler||Walter B Lutter Memorial|
Thanks so much for correcting the memorial for Walter B Lutter. Patricia
Added by PBosler on May 10, 2017 8:42 PM
|Jean Colson||Elizabeth Eunice M. McNab|
Dear L. Winslow.
Thank you for your efforts and concern...I think that the mis-linked memorials are now sorted out properly. Initially I wondered how to contact the 'owner' of the spouse...because there is no location for submitting corrections or additions - or communicating messages available on that memorial!
thanks again. It worked out in the end.
Thanks for the note on Jonathan ... I see we've conversed on the issue before ... he was my Great x 2 Grandfather. Still been trying to find out his final "disposition" for years without success. The Islesboro Historical Society is a very small part time group and has been reluctant to get involved, tried contacting a few Coombs' left on the island and they have no interest in genealogy, have researched his final ship with Canadian maritime people but sadly there are few records as it later sank. I agree with your assessment of a cenotaph, but haven't been able to prove it to-date. I now live in Florida so it may be a while before I get back for more pics.
Cheers, Barry Coombs
PS: Nice looking Lab on your profile ... you can see mine at my profile page
Added by BarryC on Apr 26, 2017 6:22 AM
|Tolford Young||memorial 117465746|
Here I am again...asking please to manage the memorial of Minnie Page. She was Uncle Will's wife.
Tolford R Young
|Tolford Young||memorial 117465748|
Thank You for all the memorials you have created.
I would like very much to manage the William Durham memorial. My Dad always referred to him as, "Uncle Will."
Tolford R. Young
|Sandra Taylor||Transfer of Memorial|
Thank you so much for the transfer of Patricia Helen Hinbest Peifer. It is greatly appreciated by the family.
|Gary Arndt||RE: Ottilie Raudies #129348126|
I can't begin to express my and the families thanks for your help on finding and posting Otto's Grave.
Thank-you very much,
|Gary Arndt||Ottilie Raudies #129348126|
Thanks for your reply about Otto Raudies. I did call the Ridgewood Cemetery and found that he is indeed buries there but not in the mausoleum. He is burried in ground in Section 9, lot 395. If you would happen to get there again, could you please take a photo of his stone and make an entry.
Thanks for your assistance,
|Gary Arndt||Ottilie Raudis #129348126|
Ottilie was my Great-Aunt. Thank you for posting her stone and information. Is there any information on her husband Otto? They were very much in love and were married over 65 years so I would have assumed that they would have been buried together. I can find no record of him on find a grave. I would appreciate any additional information you could provide?
Thank-you so much,
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