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Russ Dodge (#309)
 member for 13 years, 5 months, 19 days
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CharlieAngels
Member Violation:Bernice (#46530900)
Bernice (#46530900) member:

She posting obits on memorials without my Family permission of maybe even the newspaper. I asked her to remove the memorial and this was her reply on my Family.

RE: Dylan Owens 119473805 memorial!

I will gladly delete my memorial for Dylan after you have added one and will get the credit for it. Let me know when you have done so.

Thanks, Bernice


She even posted the picture which is not hers., she took this picture from the obit as well or from the funeral home. I read findagrave rules about posting and she is not following the rules. I don't want credit I wanted it removed. I did post a memorial for Dylan Cole Owens as she requested!!! 125714189
He wasn't in the ground two days and she posted his obit which included the living! Against the law!



Sincerely,
CharlieAngels (#46951878)

Added by CharlieAngels on Feb 28, 2014 1:29 PM

Ken and Debbie Donahue
Forum Access
I seem to be encountering some resistance with registering and logging into the Find a Grave Forum. I have completed the registration process and have been waiting for about 5 hours now for the e-mail that was supposed to be sent so I could complete the registration confirmation and participate in the forums. I have found no other way to get help other than addressing you directly.

Added by Ken and Debbie Donahue on Feb 28, 2014 7:19 AM

Winnette
James Edward White, his father, his grandfather and great grandfather
Will you please advise how Donald Rich is now managing the memorials that I created for my Mother's family? He is not even kin to them. How do I get them transferred back to me. He could have so many others, too.

This breaks my heart. Of all the heartache I have experienced with Find A Grave, this has to be the worse.

Winnette (#27455712)

Added by Winnette on Feb 27, 2014 3:10 PM

Neece
Civil War Veterans
Is it possible to search the FindAGrave database for Civil War Veterans buried in Washington County Oklahoma?

Debbie Neece

Added by Neece on Feb 18, 2014 12:42 PM

Peggy Spengler-Moser
Wm. M. McKeen,Memorial# 54419766
Wm. M. McKeen,Memorial# 54419766

Could you please add more to his bio?

(add here) William was from Phila.;
(yours)Civil War Union Army Officer. He was commissioned as a 1st Lieutenant, and was mustered into Company K, 118th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry on August 21, 1862. He was wounded in action at the Battle of Shepherdstown Ford, West Virginia on September 20, 1862, and was discharged due to disability on March 25, 1863.
(add here) He was a cotton manufacturer in South Easton PA, and there he died.

Ref: The Men of Lafayette, by S. Coffin, 1879, pg.204.

Thanks
Peggy
13 year member

Added by Peggy Spengler-Moser on Feb 15, 2014 4:51 PM

Ginni Wright
Correction on Memorial 10674748 required
Created by: Bev
Record added: Mar 25, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 10674748

Russ, could you please forward this message to someone who can correct a memorial 10674748 date of death. I accidentally created a second memorial but have deleted mind, and ask that someone correct his date of death. He died Oct 3, 1862. Bev has Sep 3, 1862.

Thanks so much for your help...I did not know where to turn and did not want to bother her family because of her death in 2012.

Again, thank you so much for making the correction.

Ginni Wright
Find A Grave Contributor #47274024

Added by Ginni Wright on Jan 29, 2014 8:48 AM

Pat Van Den Berghe
4883 Richard Batchelder
His parents are buried int he Valley Cemetery, Manchester, NH.

Father Nathan Batchelder 95408506
Mother Peace Clifford Batchelder 120066217

Thank you,

Pat Van Den Berghe, Historian
Valley Cemetery

Added by Pat Van Den Berghe on Jan 26, 2014 11:17 AM

anonymous
Wm Gowan Medal of Honor #9214
Saw your bio on William Gowan. I saw a newspaper article in Andersen Daily Bulletin that reads- Just a summary-
A Medal of Honor recipient's body laid unclaimed for four days in a Brooklyn Morgue. His body was to be buried at Potters field until finally his sister Ella Wickwire of Conn. was located and gave permission for burial. The Navy buried him in a national cemetery with full military rites.
Thought you might be interested.

Added by anonymous on Jan 25, 2014 9:47 PM

SLGMSD
Find A Grave Memorial# 8022
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=8022

Regarding your lovely photo. Would you be able to copy the photo from the above memorial and place it onto the memorial of his spouse found here:

http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=82831913

Find A Grave Memorial# 82831913

Thank you!

Added by SLGMSD on Jan 25, 2014 7:50 PM

Kathy Mitcham
Aaron Robinson
My uncle is Charles Aaron Robinson, Sr. He is the son of Aaron Robinson, but yet is not listed as such on your find a grave entry. He is still alive and resides in Merritt Island,Florida. He has a display of his father's baseballs, bats, and rings.

Added by Kathy Mitcham on Jan 24, 2014 11:14 PM

Jacki, Weymouth Massachusetts
John A. Rue 40541467
When you stated that "His headstone in Bordentown Cemetery was erected in 1879."... do you know if he was re-interred here, or is this stone a memorial given to the family? He was born at Bordentown.

I was looking for Pvt Rue, he died at Beverly Hospital, 1863, and should have been buried at Beverly National Cemetery. I think what happened is that there was a mistake with the headstones, they made two for Pvt Alexander Gray 2513247. There was not another Alexander Gray that died at New Jersey, and both soldiers were with the 39th Illinois Infantry.

Added by Jacki, Weymouth Massachus... on Jan 23, 2014 1:29 PM

Duane E. Tressler
Added info for Lt. Col./Brig Gen. J.M. (James Monroe) Deems, USA, in Green Mount Cem., Baltimore
Left extensive additional possible bio info. at tribute box for Deems on "Find-a-Grave" this evening, while following up other info. led me to run across him and your brief military career info. on him and I recalled his musical/educational career from my knowledge as former historian/archivist at Baltimore City College high school (founded 1839 - 3rd oldest public H.S. in USA, after your Central High School in Phila., founded 1838, which I am very familiar with and have visited/enjoyed "City of Brotherly Love" many times, occasionally with my friends at the Gen. George G. Meade Society in Philly area. Also check out Wikipedia entries on BCC/CHSofB and on Baltimore, History of Baltimore, and Timeline of Baltimore history, plus local community histories websites, also former city public high school teacher in Social Studies, later worked in CW museums and War of 1812. Hope to hear from you sometime, impressed with your work on this educational/historcial website & reference source! = D.E.T./Duane E. Tressler, (Wed., 1/22/14 - 11:10 pm EST) - Baltimore, Md. == e-mail: duanetressler@yahoo.com

Added by Duane E. Tressler on Jan 22, 2014 9:12 PM

Duane E. Tressler
Added info for Lt. Col./Brig Gen. J.M. (James Monroe) Deems, USA, in Green Mount Cem., Baltimore
Left extensive additional possible bio info. at tribute box for Deems on "Find-a-Grave" this evening, while following up other info. led me to run across him and your brief military career info. on him and I recalled his musical/educational career from my knowledge as former historian/archivist at Baltimore City College high school (founded 1839 - 3rd oldest public H.S. in USA, after your Central High School in Phila., founded 1838, which I am very familiar with and have visited/enjoyed "City of Brotherly Love" many times, occasionally with my friends at the Gen. George G. Meade Society in Philly area. Also check out Wikipedia entries on BCC/CHSofB and on Baltimore, History of Baltimore, and Timeline of Baltimore history, plus local community histories websites, also former city public high school teacher in Social Studies, later worked in CW museums and War of 1812. Hope to hear from you sometime, impressed with your work on this educational/historcial website & reference source! = D.E.T./Duane E. Tressler, (Wed., 1/22/14 - 11:10 pm EST) - Baltimore, Md. == e-mail: duanetressler@yahoo.com

Added by Duane E. Tressler on Jan 22, 2014 9:11 PM

Michael Mayberry
City listing
I tried to edit a memorial to enter the city of death. I clicked on United States, then Arkansas, then Scott County, but when I tried to enter the town of Mansfield, it is not on the list. How can that be changed to include Mansfield? Michael Mayberry

Added by Michael Mayberry on Jan 21, 2014 3:51 AM

Suzy
Russell Johnson
Why hasn't Russell Johnson been added to Fina A Grave yet?

Added by Suzy on Jan 16, 2014 8:00 PM

Ronald Montague
Problems Uploading Photos
I have been a Find A Grave Volunteer for 8 months. I have uploaded photos successfully over that period until the last couple of days. Now I am getting error messages from Find A Grave that my browsers (both Chrome and Explorer) are missing some sort of separator in the upload command. I am unable to find a Find A Grave contact to send an SOS. Hope you can help!!

Added by Ronald Montague on Jan 13, 2014 5:00 AM

Eve Davenport Holder
wrong info
So I discovered on find a grave someone is taking pictures of my grandparents and great-grandparents graves then posting them on find a grave. Even with a photograph the wrong dates are being placed in the data base. I contacted said contributer and this is the response I received.........

RE: wrong dates
Would you kindly tell me the memorial numbers so I can address which memorials you are referring to please. I do wish for them to be as complete as possible, but do not like to help idenity thieves with their crimes
Added by Dianne Wood on Jan 12, 2014 11:27 PM

Here is my response...........

Thieves with their crimes?
You post pictures of the graves of my grandparents and great-grandparents graves and put the wrong dates down! Who exactly are you calling a thief? I believe you need to be reported to Find A Grave for making uncalled for threats.

Birth: Jun. 14, 1909, USA
Death: Apr. 22, 1994, USA


Family links:
Children:
Donald Langley (1937 - 2012)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Sargent Cemetery
Sargent
Coweta County
Georgia, USA

Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

Created by: Dianne Wood
Record added: May 12, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 37027129


Mary Flossie Grace Lesley Langley was born on JULY 14, 1909. She passed on AUGUST 20, 1994.

I know the dates because I am her granddaughter. If my Mother knew these mistakes had been made, it would hurt her.

Please see that the section of Lesley/Langley graves are checked for accuracy.

This person is claiming to be updating the Coweta County Cemetery Book which was published about 1986. What good is it going to do to have her place wrong information. I am in shock.








Added by Eve Davenport Holder on Jan 13, 2014 1:04 AM

Newton G. Talley
Cemetery Coordinates
I would like to see provisions for a couple pieces of data for each cemetery/grave yard.

1. The Latitude and longitude for each; maybe using the main entrance as the main point of reference. Physical addresses are not listed for all.

2. The name and contact information for the point of contact/care taker.

I do apologize if you already list his information somewhere; I just haven't found it.

Added by Newton G. Talley on Jan 10, 2014 7:49 PM

Newton G. Talley
Cemetery Coordinates
I would like to see provisions for a couple pieces of data for each cemetery/grave yard.

1. The Latitude and longitude for each; maybe using the main entrance as the main point of reference. Physical addresses are not listed for all.

2. The name and contact information for the point of contact/care taker.

I do apologize if you already list his information somewhere; I just haven't found it.

Added by Newton G. Talley on Jan 10, 2014 7:49 PM

Lora Williams
cremated Memorials
I love Find a Grave.Why when you add cremated memorials,I have to put their # in to find them?When I fill in the search area,they are not there.
Lora #47645063

Added by Lora Williams on Jan 10, 2014 10:31 AM

Lora Williams
cremated Memorials
I love Find a Grave.Why when you add cremated memorials,I have to put their # in to find them?When I fill in the search area,they are not there.
Lora #47645063

Added by Lora Williams on Jan 10, 2014 10:31 AM

Find A Grave Volunteer
Edgar Allan Poe
Hi Russ! Went to Poe's memorial today to suggest a link to his father's memorial 42847593 which is missing and found that some of his links are active to anyone that wants to change his dates, etc. You might want to lock this feature. Weird!

Also, on all memorials when I click on the Family Link, it asks for the Year of Marriage for Spouses. I find this strange because the year is not visible to any memorial. Never has been visible unless you are adding, or correcting this information. Shouldn't it be visible? Otherwise, why ask for it?

Have a great new year! Jayne

Added by Find A Grave Volunteer on Jan 04, 2014 11:46 AM

Elizabeth Nelson Pfiffner
question about Memorials - original creator has died
Hello, there,
I enjoy Find A Grave so much. Thank you for starting it.
I am writing to inquire about my great grandparents' Memorial pages. They were started by a distant relative who died this year. Do you have the ability to transfer their management to me? I have sent a message to the email of my distant relative to see if anyone will pick it up, but I'm not expecting that to happen.
Any assistance you can provide will be greatly appreciated.
Liz #47829827

Re:
55316948 and
55316858

Added by Elizabeth Nelson Pfiffner on Jan 03, 2014 2:17 PM

Pamela Olschewski
Pvt Richard Gosline
Hi. Thanks so much for posting these photos. It is so great to have them when I can't get back to Pennsylvania to search. I know the stone is a bit hard to read, but the death year on Richard is 1902. The cemetery records give this year and when I enlarged the photo, I believe that is right. Thought you might want to know. I've been researching Richard and his wife's family for many years, so I am so pleased to have the photo of the gravestone. Thanks again for the work you are doing in taking the photos and uploading them.
Pam

Added by Pamela Olschewski on Jan 02, 2014 2:58 PM

junebug
PS

I don't usually ask this but think its best in
this case, so once you've seen and responded
to my messages…would you be willing to please
delete them from off your contributor page?

Thanks.

Added by junebug on Jan 02, 2014 11:12 AM

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