|SKP||James J. Tyler Photo|
Thank you so much for locating the grave and taking a photo of James Tyler's headstone for me. I'd love to visit the area and see it and any other Tyler headstones for myself, but working doesn't give me a lot of time for travel. Bless you, and thanks again!
Added by SKP on Aug 15, 2014 9:14 AM
|Sue Macduff:)||Peter Loop family|
Fred: "thanks so much for all the photos - they are priceless!"
Added by Sue Macduff:) on Aug 14, 2014 7:58 PM
|Jauers||Ann Eliza Hicks Miller|
Thank you for taking her photo.
Added by Jauers on Aug 11, 2014 10:35 PM
|Donna Bellanger Gleason||Harriet Murphy Wilcox|
Thank you for adding the picture of her headstone to her memorial.
Added by Donna Bellanger Gleason on Aug 11, 2014 8:34 PM
|richard v.||RE: Riverhead Cemetery|
Dear Mr. Saar,
I am member #48086776, writing about Alice Marie Peterson Beni who is interred at Riverhead Cemetery in Suffolk County. When I called, I did speak to Mr. Hollis, and he had told me the cemetery records on hand were from the 1940's on.
He advised me he would try to search further, and he had taken my number to call back. About one month later, I called back but can not recall who I had spoken to, and he also took my number. I did set up a memorial on Find A Grave, but do not have plot location.
I thank you very much for your help, and wish you well.
Added by richard v. on Aug 01, 2014 9:24 PM
Thank you for posting Earl and Georgia Caldwell in Florida a few years ago. You have helped me and you have done a kind thing. May I put pictures on ancestry.com?
Added by E. on Jul 31, 2014 6:08 PM
|Dan Prunty||Sign at Cedar Grove Cemetery|
Hi Fred. Find-A-Grave sent me an email refusing to accept my new sign pic because it's "too similar to an existing photo". I personally closed the P.O. Box and asked the US Postal Service to come to the cemetery and approve a mail box that I purchased to mount on the office wall outside the front door. They gave me the green light and then asked me to come speak to the Post Master to formally request receiving mail at the cemetery. I got his blessing and now receive mail at the cemetery-- first time since 1800! I may need your help on this. I don't even care about a photo credit-- just want folks to have ACCURATE info for contacting us. Something the Post Master asked me to make sure was done.
Let me know if you can convince the Find-A-Grave folks to allow my photo of the new fiberglass sign instead of the old wood sign. Thank You.
Added by Dan Prunty on Jul 23, 2014 8:34 PM
|Dan Prunty||Sign at Cedar Grove Cemetery|
May I have permission to remove the pic of the Cedar Grove sign that you have up and replace it with the newer sign? We no longer have the P.O. Box address. I am the President of the Cemetery and would like mail to be sent to the physical address.
Cedar Grove Cemetery Assn., Inc.
Added by Dan Prunty on Jul 22, 2014 1:15 PM
|Aislin||RE: God bless Fred|
I would have met you at Cedar Grove, rain or not. Next time!
Added by Aislin on Jul 20, 2014 1:36 PM
|Aislin||God bless Fred|
You're so "Johnny on the spot" with my edits
Added by Aislin on Jul 19, 2014 5:06 PM
|R.C.||Paul Klebnikov (Transfer)|
Is it possible for you to transfer a profile - grave to my management?
Find A Grave Memorial# 17475523
Paul was a dear friend of mine, from childhood years. I was also around when he was killed.
His profile needs some tender care, and I have all the information to write about his biography, add a few photos too.
His immediate family has shown little or no interest in maintaining his page on here.
I have been working on updating key people's graves (including friends, and family friends) to give them some care on here.
I would appreciate it... If this is not enough for you to consider, all understood.
Added by R.C. on Jul 08, 2014 11:57 PM
|Greg Hetzler||Find A Grave Memorial# 96954654|
Revolutionary Grave Recognition.
FYI, I just uploaded a news article with typed caption to the above memorial. It lists all the Revolutionary soldiers in that town, some of which you already photographed. I thought sharing this would be beneficial to some.
Thanks for your work
Added by Greg Hetzler on Jun 13, 2014 7:11 PM
|Cathy Piper||Delila McCarty|
Thank you Fred for the memorial!
Added by Cathy Piper on Jun 12, 2014 12:23 PM
|Brenda Ozog||Phebee Gilbort|
Thank you for photographing this cemetery. I was so excited to see her headstone and to be able to use it for lineage.
Added by Brenda Ozog on Jun 11, 2014 1:35 PM
|Sandy Marsh||Solomon Brink # 62847707|
I have sent an edit request to add links to Solomon's parents, whose tombstones are next to his (see photo I added). Below is the link to the christening record showing them as his parents:
Added by Sandy Marsh on Jun 08, 2014 10:49 AM
|Sandy Marsh||Brink family in Pine Bush|
There has been an error in a recent posting of a photo on one of your managed memorials.
The tombstone photo for Catharine Hunter Brink does not say Catharine, but begins with a clear "B". I took an additional photo of that stone, and plan to do a rubbing soon, to decipher the first name.
I have created a new memorial for Barbara Hunter Brink, wife of Solomon Brink (adjacent stone), based on familysearch.org marriage info.
I suggest you remove the photo, as it is not Catharine's. If you look closely at the one I posted for Barbara, you will see the "B".
Added by Sandy Marsh on Jun 07, 2014 5:36 PM
|Bruce A Barton||RE: John Lory 36343819|
I sent a correction to add Amelia as a wife but Find a grave wouldn't let me add more than one wife. I didn't send a correction for any deletions especially since I took the photo and saw that John had two wives. I have no idea how a deletion correction came through.
I do have more information for you though and I'll be posting it shortly to Find a grave.
Added by Bruce A Barton on Jun 05, 2014 8:26 AM
|Charles Beach||Re: Charlotte Jessup Woodruff Carroll (#62753006)|
I think her maiden name was probably Jessup and her married name Woodruff. Her name is inscribed on the side of the stone for William Woodruff, his wife Antoinette, their son William Woodruff, and his wife Mary. The Carrolls (Edward and Elizabeth) are listed on the back of the monument. (I have posted photos for all the Woodruff and Carroll memorials you created, except for Antoinette Allen Woodruff #62753098 because that duplicated an earlier memorial.)
I have been working to photograph and document the graves at New Prospect Cemetery, and that is why I have been suggesting relevant edits here and there, as they arise. I hope you don't mind. . . .
Added by Charles Beach on May 28, 2014 11:26 PM
|Kathy Alvarez||Margaret Pacini|
Hey Fred, question
Im going to guess that you contacted the funeral home to see where they transported Mrs Pacini, or do they not tell you that kind of info? Just curious.
Added by Kathy Alvarez on May 23, 2014 7:19 AM
|Linda Brennan Nelson||Beebe's|
Thank you...I will 8^D
Added by Linda Brennan Nelson on May 20, 2014 6:03 AM
|Linda Brennan Nelson||Beebe's|
Mr Saar...Are you related to the Beebe's.
I am, and am doing research, thinking you may be able to help me.
Added by Linda Brennan Nelson on May 19, 2014 10:56 AM
|Gene Stephan||Charles Stephan|
Fred, thank you for posting the Bio on Charles, I now have him linked to his Daughters & Father that I manage, Gene Stephan
Added by Gene Stephan on Apr 26, 2014 6:14 AM
|Kurt Johnson||Irene Basile|
Yes, it seems that she is buried with her second husband. Would you like me to delete my memorial?
Added by Kurt Johnson on Apr 22, 2014 1:20 PM
|Warren Brooks||David Bigelow tombstone|
HI, I have a David Bigelow for an ancestor also but not the one you have in findagrave. There are others who mistakenly selected the above subject as theirs using the Bigelow ancestry book or the Bigelow association, called the "Forge" I am gathering information to prove to/for these folks they may be following the wrong family.
Would you send me what is engraved on the subjects tombstone. I am having difficulty reading the inscription. It would be very helpful and much appreciated. Thank you for any help.
My David was born in 1801 and died in 1860 in WI. I have a picture of his tombstone.
Added by Warren Brooks on Apr 20, 2014 1:47 PM
|Ken Brown||Additional info for #85795063|
Please add the following to Memorial #85795063 (Chester Yeatts Thomas):
ACTIVITY DURING WWII - U.S. ARMY 1943-1945. ASSIGNED TO THE 6TH ARMY CORPS IN THE EUROPEAN THEATER. BATTLES AND CAMPAIGNS INCLUDED NAPLES-FOGGIA, ROME-ARNO, SOUTHERN FRANCE, RHINELAND AND CENTRAL EUROPE. AWARDED GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL, EUROPEAN-AFRICAN-MIDDLE EASTERN THEATER MEDAL AND WWII VICTORY MEDAL.
Honored on the World War II Memorial by daughter, Donna Shields
Added by Ken Brown on Apr 18, 2014 7:31 PM