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|Sheila Schmutz (#47311664)|
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|Most of the burial records I've entered are either part of a local history project (http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~gaoliver/AlvenaSKgenealogy.html) on the Rural Municipality of Fish Creek, in Saskatchewan or of my own relatives elsewhere.|
I am the volunteer administrator of the Oliver Y DNA project (http://www.familytreedna.com/public/oliverDNA/default.aspx) and so many of the messages I leave with flowers, concern genealogy for members of families of participants.
Genealogy has been a hobby for a long time, but genetics is my profession.
|Messages left for Sheila Schmutz (6)||[Leave Message]|
|Tracy Anne||RE: St. Jullien Church|
How are you doing?
I don't have the ability to edit the cemetery description directly (it was added by someone else) so I can't change anything.
However, I did check the section coordinates for both the old and new cemeteries associated with the St Julien Orthodox Church on this site https://www.lsdfinder.com/map
and both the quarter sections listed in the cemetery descriptions were coming out as correct.
The SW is the small quarter in this correction line section. You can really see this when you look at the cemeteries on a map. Here is a link that shows the locations of all the mapped cemeteries in the Prince Albert Census Division:
You have to zoom in a lot to see the St Julien cemeteries. If the fence-line is actually on the half mile line, it does look like the old cemetery is on the SW and the new cemetery on the SE.
Tracy (from Biology)
|Kyprianos||RE: Fish Creek Cemetery|
I have replied to you at your email address.
Can you please request that genealogical information be added to memorials by using the "edit" tab. That type of information should go into the Biography section. Please see "Help with Find A Grave" under the heading "Virtual Flowers and Notes". They even have it bolded where they mention not to put biographical information in the flower offerings.
|C Bozeman||Oliver family, Schley Co, GA|
I saw where you left multiple messages on the Oliver family of Schley County (Mount Vernon Cem.) You now can make those links directly through the edit tab on each memorial...thus eliminating the problem of contributors who will not answer.
|Tricia the Spirit Chaser🌺||16585017|
You left this message under the "flower" section of the above numbered memorial:
John Bryant Oliver was the son of James Bryant Oliver (Find A Grave Memorial# 16585017) and Nancy (Find A Grave Memorial# 5435420) who are also buried in this cemetery.
- Sheila Schmutz
Problem: His mother and father are not buried in "this" cemetery....they are buried at MATTOX cemetery in Upshur County.
Problem: You listed his father's memorial # as the same as the son's memorial number....
Could you remove this "Flower" note as it is very confusing to researchers. Thanks so much and have a great weekend.
|Janice Erbe Mackey||Elbridge Oliver|
Do you know if he was married and had any children?