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|Sister Sonya||RE: Grandparents|
No problem. I would have answered your question about adding but I saw you created a memorial, and thought - you must have figured out how to do it. I would have transfered earlier, but I've been busy.
Transfered your grandparents over to your care.
|Sister Sonya||RE: Leonard Sulzinski|
Transfered your father. Welcome to find A grave. The best way to request a transfer is to use the tabs across the top of the memorial. The one furthest to the right is EDIT. Click on that and a bunch of options appear. Choose one and a window opens which will alow you to request something of the memorial caretaker (an edit, addition or request for transfer.) The site has standard rules about transfers, which can be found in the FAQ (off of the front page) which some people adhere to strictly and others not at all. Basically, transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. If the person is not within those boundaries, you can ask politely for a transfer and depending on the caretaker you might receive it.
|Sister Sonya||Leonard Sulzinski|
Are you a relative? Would you like me to transfer his memorial to you?