Maine 101

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13 years 2 months 27 days
Find a Grave ID
47130320

Bio


Find a Grave's purpose is to catalog and make available final disposition information. If burial information is unknown for an individual, Find a Grave is probably not the right place for their information

WHEN ASKING FOR TRANSFER PLEASE SPECIFY YOUR EXACT RELATIONSHIP TO THE DECEASED.
Transfer will be for Your child, spouse/partner, sibling, parent, grandchild, great-grandchild, grandparent, great-grandparent, niece/nephew, great-niece/nephew, aunt/uncle, great-aunt/uncle ( Your grand mother and Grand father's siblings) and
first cousin.

I do not transfer mass memorials.
You do not have to manage a memorial to add information or bio's.

You can make Virtual Cemeteries to have your family tree added to your profile.




Please use the right place for edits and family links.


You should not add a memorial if you do not know the burial location.
I do not like to link burial unknown. Most of the burial unknown get found in a cemetery, if they get merged your unknown will be removed. Please find the grave first.

When sending edits make sure you have the right person. It is frustrating when people send wrong information.

I got edits For Ivory Lord. It was all wrong. They had wrong Ivory as one was born 1810 and one 1811.

Last name will stay as on the stone.

Per find a grave,

Last Name as you would find it on the tombstone, if the interred had more than one marriage or other possible spellings, place this information in the bio and use the family links. Do not include honorary or other suffixes in the Last Name field.

Find a Grave wants only one memorial per person. But if there is a stone in 2 cemeteries one would be a CENOTAPH and if you send it in they will mark it as a cenotaph.

Doubles do get merged. If you add a burial unknown and someone finds and adds them to a cemetery YOUR Burial Unknown will be merged to the one added to a cemetery first. If you move it they can see it was moved so first one added to a cemetery stays.


Find a Grave's purpose is to catalog and make available final disposition information. If burial information is unknown for an individual, Find a Grave is probably not the right place for their information

WHEN ASKING FOR TRANSFER PLEASE SPECIFY YOUR EXACT RELATIONSHIP TO THE DECEASED.
Transfer will be for Your child, spouse/partner, sibling, parent, grandchild, great-grandchild, grandparent, great-grandparent, niece/nephew, great-niece/nephew, aunt/uncle, great-aunt/uncle ( Your grand mother and Grand father's siblings) and
first cousin.

I do not transfer mass memorials.
You do not have to manage a memorial to add information or bio's.

You can make Virtual Cemeteries to have your family tree added to your profile.




Please use the right place for edits and family links.


You should not add a memorial if you do not know the burial location.
I do not like to link burial unknown. Most of the burial unknown get found in a cemetery, if they get merged your unknown will be removed. Please find the grave first.

When sending edits make sure you have the right person. It is frustrating when people send wrong information.

I got edits For Ivory Lord. It was all wrong. They had wrong Ivory as one was born 1810 and one 1811.

Last name will stay as on the stone.

Per find a grave,

Last Name as you would find it on the tombstone, if the interred had more than one marriage or other possible spellings, place this information in the bio and use the family links. Do not include honorary or other suffixes in the Last Name field.

Find a Grave wants only one memorial per person. But if there is a stone in 2 cemeteries one would be a CENOTAPH and if you send it in they will mark it as a cenotaph.

Doubles do get merged. If you add a burial unknown and someone finds and adds them to a cemetery YOUR Burial Unknown will be merged to the one added to a cemetery first. If you move it they can see it was moved so first one added to a cemetery stays.

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