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|Nancy Miller (#47058226)|
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I have just this winter relocated from Wooster, Ohio, to Parrish, Florida. My husband, Bill, passed away on February 12, 2015. There are many, many wonderful memories in my home in Wooster and I have been having a very hard time with depression living in our home. Plus I have had it with winter snow, ice and very cold temps. So no more coats or boots and I am now in southern Florida where the weather is perfect. I am retired. I am a Christian; sew, knit, cross stitch; am very interested in geneology and am still working on my husbands family. I love to read Christian fiction books. I also have enjoyed taking photos of headstones for you and hope to do the same in Florida.|
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|Teddie Lynn Hill||RE: Deleting Duplicate Memorial for Wm. Rush Find A Grave Memorial# 58238288|
Nancy, I cannot do the transfer because I did not create the original memorial for William Rush at Find A Grave Memorial# 43822248. You will need to write to the contributor and request that yourself. However, Find a Grave rules are that those who enter a duplicate memorial, as you did with William Rush on Find A Grave Memorial# 58238288, are required to delete theirs. The oldest one stays. This is why it is so important to do a thorough search to see if a memorial exists before adding any memorial.
Furthermore, Find A Grave rules state that transfers are only to be done with direct line family: "Transfer requests will be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren." Many contributors who have no family connection to the memorials will choose to honor transfer requests from family who are not grandchildren of the deceased but that is up to their own discretion.
I would ask that you delete the duplicate memorial you have entered and then contact the contributor of the original memorial for William Rush and ask that it be transferred to you.
|Melaney Friesen Shaum||Walter Shaum - # 52982594|
The picture on this memorial is for Samuel. Do you have a picture of Walter's headstone?
|Boozie||Lt. Martin Norton|
Nancy, Thank you for taking the picture of the headsrone of my 1st cousin 4x removed; Lt. Martin Norton 16th O.V.I. in the Reedsburg Cemetery. He died on a hospital steam boat at Vicksburg, MS. and was shipped home for burial. My 4th Great Grandfather is Hugh Norton, same cemetery. The family moved from York Co. Pennsylvania to Wayne Co.
Added by Boozie on Sep 06, 2011 9:42 AM
|Deborah (Baxter) Fink||Michael & Mary Troutman|
I have a photo request and just found out they are at Salem Lutheran Cemetery. I had originally been told they were in Wooster.
We seem to be some kind of sixth cousin through the Nusbaums and Pletchers. It was great to find pictures of your family. Joel
Added by jbowers on Dec 21, 2010 8:32 PM
|Grandma Patti||Piper Family|
What a nice surprise at the end of my workday to find that you have posted photo's for the Piper family! Any my goodness they have such nice headstones. The pictures are great -- so clear. Once again --- that was so very, very nice of you! Hope September brings good things your way.
Thank you for your prompt taking of the pictures.
This thank you covers all that you took and they are great. Since these individuals were descendents of William and Jane Miller I couldn't help but wonder if you were any relation?
Thank you again.
That would be awesome if you could find any info at all. I am stuck on him and his wife. I have been working on this for about five years now, and can't seem to find much on him or his wife. I do appreciate your precious time.
GOD BLESS AND TAKE CARE
Added by Athena on Aug 16, 2010 3:53 PM
|Kellie McLaughlin Skaggs||Reid Photos|
Thanks so much for taking the time togo get these for me.
|WDMartin||Harry R. Martin Photo Request|
Thank you for taking the picture of Harry R. Martin's marker. He is my grandfather and I can't visit often enough. I've only had the opportunity to visit one time since he passed away and the odd part was that it happened to be on the 10 year anniversary of his passing and I didn't even realize it.
Added by WDMartin on Aug 08, 2010 8:13 AM
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