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nancy robison (#47058011)
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Grace (Cronin) Schmitt
RE: Lewis Latham
But yours had the name of the cemetery. I admit I've had to use 'burial unknown' a couple of times usually for Civil War casualties and those who died along the trail coming west. Twice I've been told of a centograph (memorial stone) for those, which I really appreciate.

Considering going thru "Mining & Scientific Press", which I can read online. It was the mining oriented newspaper of the gold rush region beginning about 1855. Sometimes the article saying that so-and-so had died in a mining accident is the only place it was recorded. In these cases 'unknown' is better than no information.

However, I share your disgust at those who don't look a little further. Please reconsider using the Edit feature to let the original submitter know the cemetery name. Helping each other with missing information, or typos, linking family members, etc., is also part of my Find A Grave experience. And, I always leave flowers when a memorial doesn't have one. Everyone deserves one flower. Glad to share an experience with you.
Added by Grace (Cronin) Schmitt on May 25, 2017 8:11 AM
Grace (Cronin) Schmitt
RE: Lewis Latham
Kind of what I thought. Try to 'talk' to the other contributor to see if they can be combined. I always try that first, and if they don't respond I let Find A Grave staff know. If the party is no longer active Find A Grave will transfer a memorial to me. Thanks for responding.
Added by Grace (Cronin) Schmitt on May 24, 2017 8:24 AM
Julia Ather
RE: Grace Zerbel Gingrass
Thanks so much for deleting the death certificate. I guess you noticed that I wrote that I didn't like them on my memorials. That was very considerate of you!
Added by Julia Ather on May 24, 2017 7:09 AM
Grace (Cronin) Schmitt
Lewis Latham
Lewis (#1) was entered in 2009, by Colleen Russell at Find A Grave 38445088. I presume you tried to reach her but were not successful. Ask Find A Grave if she is not longer active to transfer her memorial to you, then combine them.

Also, what does "Register #658" mean? Is this a source I could use?

You also entered two other Lewis Latham's, and I am confused as how they all relate. (#2) is Find A Grave 176845529, says he was son of Henry. Is Henry related to the one at 176655254, a brother, a son?

Same with (#3) 176845627, who was apparently born the same day 5529 was buried, 9 March 1656/57. The only difference is their register numbers.

There is also a conflict for Elizabeth Latham, wife of #1 Lewis. She had been entered on 23 March 2015, by C. Weisenborn, without a burial place. She is your #144068230. Please review the two and then use the "Edit" button on the upper right to give C. your updates. Don't remove yours until C. does so, just in case they are no longer active.

Lastly, daughter Frances. Will send a separate message in a minute.

Added by Grace (Cronin) Schmitt on May 23, 2017 2:27 PM
Julia Ather
Grace Gingrass
Hello, Nancy,
I got all your edits for Grace. I can't find her death certificate, at least, it's not included in Dickinson County for 1922 (I checked all of them), and I can't spend time looking for sources of your information. If you would like your edits included, I'll approve them but only if I can then transfer her memorial to you. Would you take it? Please let me know. Thanks!
Added by Julia Ather on May 23, 2017 7:55 AM
Sally Harris
RE: Roy / Hazel Rydholm
Just posted picture of Hazel. Glad to help.
Added by Sally Harris on May 22, 2017 3:57 PM
W.Wm.McLeod
Newton Edgar (Ellsworth)
Added by W.Wm.McLeod on May 20, 2017 1:22 PM
Sally Harris
Roy / Hazel Rydholm
I have been trying to submit picture requests for Park Cemetery in Marquette, Michigan. I located a Hazel Rydholm to the right of Roy Rydholm. She was born 1875 and died 1977. Do you have any requests for this picture?
Added by Sally Harris on May 19, 2017 9:16 PM
Laurel Shimpfky Marcucci
Dear Nancy,
You really didn't have to transfer her memorial to me. I am fine that you are the one who found her. I really appreciate all the hard work you have done and I certainly don't want to take anything away from you! You are the rightful owner and contributor for Anne!
Thanks for being so very kind.
Regards,
Laurel
Added by Laurel Shimpfky Marcucci on May 18, 2017 10:42 AM
Holly Caccia
Gordy Cemeterys in Sussex Co. DE
Hello,
My name is Holly. I am trying to decipher and locate the Gordy Cemeteries in Sussex Co. DE. I was hoping you could shed some light because I noticed a flower icon from you next to Aaron Gordy on this website. My dilemma comes because on Find a Grave 3 different cemeteries are mentioned for this family. My ancestor Mary Hitchens is buried in one of them. I don't know if they are all the same and where they are exactly.
I have more information if you are able to help. Thank you so much for your consideration.
Holly Hitchens
Added by Holly Caccia on May 13, 2017 2:06 PM
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