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I live in East Lansing, Michigan, and enjoy researching my family's history. My family lines come from Harrison County, IN; Bedford County, PA; and Kendall County, IL. I find lots of useful information in graveyards and on Findagrave.|
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|karenmorris||Rogers Campground Cemetery|
I am looking for my grandparents grave site. Their names are Leta and Jacob Bryant..I see you have a picture of their headstone..and I have been there twice recently and I can not find it. It is a small cemetery and I can't believe I missed it. I can't seem to find anyone with plot numbers or any way to identify where they are. I would like to put a proper headstone on their grave if I can indeed find it. Can you help? I appreciate anything you can do to help me. Karen my email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Barb Applegate Daniel||George W. Applegate, Jr.|
Will you please transfer memorial 30602048 to me? This was my paternal grandfather.
|Barb Applegate Daniel||F. M. Applegate|
Please transfer memorial 30602325 to me. This was my father. Thank you.
|Barb Applegate Daniel||Grace Daniel Applegate|
Would you mind transferring management of memorial 30602013 to me? Grace was my paternal grandmother.
|Carolyn Bethany||79819256-delsey benjamin|
Although you created this find a grave profile another added a picture of a woman-Delsey was a man. Wondering id that could have been his wife
Do you know anything about William H Saffer? I am trying to locate his son James burial place.
Added by Biker92 on Jun 18, 2017 4:19 PM
Do you know anything about William H Saffer? I am trying to locate his son Robert's burial place.
Added by Biker92 on Jun 18, 2017 4:16 PM
|JLM||Emma R. (Doud) See|
# 59881488 Emma See's husband was:
Fred A. See # 59881508
b. 19 Jul 1891 Williamston, Ingham, Michigan, USA
Emma also had a brother (not found on Find A Grave):
Clarence Vernor Doud:
b. 16 Mar 1896 Williamston, Ingham, Michigan, USA.
d. 13 Jan 1958
Added by JLM on Dec 18, 2016 3:38 PM
|JLM||Emma R. (Doud) See|
Emma R. (Doud) See # 59881488 was my great-aunt, and I have some additional information to add to your page.
Birth: 15 May 1892 Williamston, Ingham, Michigan, USA
Death: 18 Aug 1975 Okemos, Ingham, Michigan, USA
Added by JLM on Dec 18, 2016 3:15 PM
|senglema||RE: Elizabeth Baelz|
Iím not well versed in all the different aspects of Findagrave but Iíve read of two memorials being ďmergedĒ. Iím not sure if that means just manually combining them or what exactly. I see what you mean about letting people be aware of the existence of both stones but I would say that discovering two actual memorials for her causes confusion also.
Hereís what I came up with: What if the two separate stones aspect was covered by having the picture of the Siegwald stone on your page remain there but explain it with a caption similar to what you just put in your notes? After ďhusbandís markerĒ just add the words ďat Siegwald CemeteryĒ. The picture of the stone at Cedar Hill from the other page would be added to your page and the one of the Siegwald sign removed. The links between the two spouses then will easily let someone toggle between the two cemeteries which I think is one of the better features of Findagrave that Iíve seen to keep things organized and logical. I love the linking and have just started doing that editing for family in the last month or so, hence why Iím here bothering you with all of this. Besides the earlier creation date, your page for her was more complete than the other one since it already had several of the family links in place and more information on the birth/death dates. How does this sound to you?
I donít remember exactly where but Iíve seen your username on other memorials that I would like to edit with links and such at some point. They should be with the usual route and not like the issues with this case. At least I hope not to put any more extra work on you for it. Thank you in advance for those that Iíll send to you down the road and thank you for your additions on this memorial and working on it with me. I appreciate it.
Added by senglema on Dec 07, 2016 4:15 AM
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