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|mercy tercero (#48165244)|
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|Linda Davis||RE: #55833587|
Thanks, I will go in and delete right now.
|Linda Davis||RE: #55833587|
Could you give me the name of your father &
It will make it easier for me to locate their names.
|Gordon Houston Holmes||Findagrave|
Hi Mercy, I have no relationship to you or any one related. My only comment would be, that this is a free public site for all to see, record and copy photos, stones etc. When I fist got on and found my grandfather, I too got mad because I couldn't do anything to add, take off or delete. But with time and learning about what this is all about, things came to be and I have nothing but success and happiness. You can enjoy or just not be a part of this community, I hope in time you will enjoy the efforts we put in
See my profile/email if you wish to have a private conversation, and if you wish to delete my note just hit the X and delete from your messages. God Bless
|Teresa Amabisca||RE: 14730252|
Hi Mercy -
I transferred management of your Mother's grave information to you. If you wish to have her record deleted, you are now able to do so.
Note: Find A Grave is not just for lost graves, it's for historical and ancestry research purposes also. A group in Buckeye has been recording all the graves in the Buckeye Cemetery for historical purposes. They photographed each grave as part of this research project also. As part of this project, all the graves in the Buckeye Cemetery are now being posted to Find A Grave - not just the missing or seldom visited graves (so it's possible, if deleted, your Mom's grave information may show up again on this site).
Hope this helps explain why her grave information was posted here in the first place. It had nothing to do with whether her grave was lost or not regularly visited. It was just for historical and ancestry research purposes.
Take care now-
|Linda Davis||RE: RemovingFindAGraves|
What about the privacy of living family members?
An individual's right to privacy disappears when they are deceased. The opinions of the relatives of the deceased fall on all sides of the question. Some people are angry to find a loved one when they come to Find A Grave, even if the memorial was added by another relative, as is usually the case, and some people are elated and send us notes of thanks for building an online memorial to their family member. If an immediate family member contacts us and wants information removed, we generally do so as a matter of respect for their wishes but we treat each request on a case by case basis. The names of living survivors will be removed from the biography section of a memorial upon request.
I will be glad to take off anyone in your family you want. I am not responsible for anyone else that might take a picture of the headstone in the near future.