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|Kit and Morgan Benson||William R. Gaskill|
Since you are new to Findagrave, please allow me to give you a bit of advise: when dealing with burials, please give full name, and either his dates of birth and death (yr born-yr died), or his memorial number (found at the bottom left column of the grave memorial). There are ten "William R. Gaskill" buried in Findagrave, of which I put 4 of them into the website. It is impossible for me to know which one of the ten you are referring to, without either the birth-death dates or the unique memorial number. Please remember to do this for all emails in which you discuss one of your relatives. It will help us to figure out who you are talking about when there are several people with the same exact name.
That said, which of the ten William R. Gaskills are you referring to?
|Kit and Morgan Benson||RE: find a grave|
Welcome to Findagrave. On my public message, you wrote: Hello, I saw your submission of William R Gaskill's grave and must ask, is this a relative of yours. I am new to find a grave so I'm not sure how all these graves get submitted, if it is by family members or by unrelated folks. Thanks.
The short answer is both sources are used. Down on the bottom left column of each memorial is the "created by (name)" which tells you who created the memorial. Some are contributors like me and you, and others are institutions who record large batches of grave burials. Second part of the question: William R. Gaskill. Yes, my wife, Kit, was married to a former Gaskill, and her three boys are all Gaskills. So we did a lot of research on the Gaskill family and put a lot of them into Findagrave.