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Lutetia (#46580078)
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Naturstein
RE: gekipptes photo / Transkriptionen
> Nachdem ich es bearbeitet hatte war es eigentlich richtig herum. Sehr seltsam. >
Erklärlich, diese alten Steine sind oft recht locker .-)

Wie ich gesehen habe, hast Du Grabsteine von Roxheim transkribiert. Dabei haben sich Übertragungsfehler eingeschlichen, die ich 'korrigiert' habe. Das ist natürlich kein Vorwurf, sondern deckt sich nur mit meiner Erfahrung: Auch ich habe mich an Roxheim 'versucht' und feststellen müssen, dass die Bildauflösung im Transkriptionsfenster (für schwer lesbare Grabsteine) zu schwach ist. Das ist mir leider erst aufgefallen, nachdem ich mühsam einen Stein übertragen hatte, um dann im gespeicherten Eintrag zu sehen, wie relativ klar die Vorlage war .-(
Ich habe das Transcribieren zunächst ad acta gelegt, denn als Alternative sehe ich nur, das Bild zunächst auf den eigenen Rechner zu speichern und dann dort zu betrachten.

Added by Naturstein on Oct 30, 2014 12:44 AM

julia&keld
George Villieurs
thank you for spotting our dupe; we had to ask to merge the two memorials as both have flowers and links.
Regards
J&K

Added by julia&keld on Oct 24, 2014 9:31 PM

Dan Meyer
Corrected the Tascher memorials
And sent a new connection prompt; thanks. Dan

Added by Dan Meyer on Oct 21, 2014 6:51 PM

Curt Phillips
Anna C Meyer Ehegattin Update
Diane Scott sent me this message.

Her last name according to the cemetery record was Ehegattin. Her maiden name was Meyer. Her brother Henry Meyer is in the same cemetery.
I never did find her husband. She was in the 1900 census living with her brother Henry and not married yet.

Added by Curt Phillips on Oct 21, 2014 5:22 PM

Curt Phillips
RE: Anna Ehegattin photo
Lutetia,

Anna has two memorials; the original one with her maiden name, Ehegattin, and a duplicate with her married name, Meyer. I notified my friend, Diane Scott, the lady who created the original memorial. Hopefully she will remedy the situation.

My maternal grandfather's (Carl Schliemann) family immigrated from Germany. I recently found out that one side of his wife's (Lulu Irish Schliemann) family immigrated from Germany in the 1700s. The immigrant changed his name to Henry Pence in the US, and fought in the Revolutionary war. He and his German born wife had 19 children. The rest of Lulu's ancestors are from Great Britain, dating back as far as the 1300s. My dad's family is 100% Norwegian, but my Y-DNA has some interesting ancient ethnicity. Long story.

Added by Curt Phillips on Oct 21, 2014 4:25 PM

Dan Meyer
RE: Lutetia, made request to connect child and parents.
Hi, Lutetia, my mistake, it was Louis's father Jean who is buried in Paris. I corrected the entry, please connect !

Added by Dan Meyer on Oct 21, 2014 11:08 AM

Kendall Mellem
Friedrich Wilhelm von Braunschweig-Wolfenb
Thank you for letting me know of the unintentional duplication. It's quite frustrating, because I always run a quite thorough search before creating a memorial. Occasionally, however, even when the name under which I search is exactly identical to that on a memorial, the original does not turn up. This happens to me only outside the US, even when sometimes I'm searching for a memorial I created myself! In any case, I am glad when errors or duplications are found! Thanks again so much!

Added by Kendall Mellem on Sep 17, 2014 1:35 PM

Kent Gebhard
Geoffrey Plantagenet
Lutetia,

On Find A Grave Memorial# 8143822, for Geoffrey, in the first sentence, you have him as Geoffrey IV; I believe that should be V.

He is my 30th great grandfather, distant cousin!

Kent Gebhard

Added by Kent Gebhard on Sep 11, 2014 12:23 PM

audrea thomas
RE: Maria Jacobs photo
Your very welcome

Added by audrea thomas on Jul 31, 2014 6:31 PM

Dickins101
Find A Grave Memorial #86222334
Hi,

I was working on Charles of Valois and came across your memorial and the one maintained by the Find A Grave staff (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=21057) recorded in 2001. Anyway to merge the two records?

Regards, Mary

Added by Dickins101 on Jul 26, 2014 4:56 PM

Serge GUERIN
Pauline Bächer Behrmann Dubsky
Ich soll Sie bedanken für der Todanzeige meiner Urmutter. Damit, habe Ich neue Namen meiner Familie gelernt.
Mit freundlichen Grüssen

Serge
aus Frankreich

Added by Serge GUERIN on Jul 18, 2014 8:12 AM

Jim Hitchcock
RE: Indian Farm Cemetery - Albertine
I placed another photo with less grass at the edges and corrected Albertine's Surname to MASS. Hope this helps.

Added by Jim Hitchcock on Jul 03, 2014 11:42 AM

Gene Stephan
RE: Linking Jeanne & Marguerite
If you decline to link to the male parent, that's fine. Suit yourself, but if you read the Caption on Baldwin's Tower Photo - that was approved by FindAGrave you will see that this is where he was allegedly Interred. Its Hard to be more specific on something that happened 8 centuries ago, I feel He deserves to be memorialized anyway, Take care, gene

Added by Gene Stephan on Jun 29, 2014 12:29 PM

Jim Hitchcock
RE: Indian Farm Cemetery - Albertine
Last name MASS - was able to clear away some of the sod. Look at it now. And thanks for your interest in this stone.

Added by Jim Hitchcock on Jun 29, 2014 6:02 AM

Frederick Porter
RE: Friederika Lewerenz
Hello Susann,
Thank you for the kind reply. I did a bit on research on "Gattin" and I hope to not make this mistake again! I have an old, probably early 1800's, page of hand written German script that was in an old family Bible. Perhaps I will send it to you one day, I am afraid it is probably theological in nature and not really useful for family research. I have worked with German church records in a few archives, and they can be really difficult as apparently some parish clerks developed their own "short hand" to save time. A couple of years ago in the Rottenburg am Neckar archives my wife and I , along with the archivist and a professional German genealogist were all trying to decipher the family name for a bride from the late 1600's, with no luck at all!
Have a wonderful weekend,
Fred

Added by Frederick Porter on Jun 27, 2014 6:39 AM

Norsk Reise
Sigebert III
Please supply the duplicate Memorial on requests. Can you please let me know the Mem # as I did a three way search ffor him when I mae it and zero showed up. thank you

Added by Norsk Reise on Jun 23, 2014 7:53 PM

Jim Hitchcock
Indian Farm Cemetery - Albertine
As it happens I'll be traveling from MD to WI next week and will be staying with family on "Indian Farm" - the cemetery is within a mile. After seeing the picture, I realized I should have cleared the grass away to get the whole inscription. I hope there will be time to get a better, more complete picture of this stone. I have no relations to anyone in this cemetery, just like providing updates and pictures for distant persons. Love this site as a great tool for us genealogists. Thanks for the feedback.

Added by Jim Hitchcock on Jun 05, 2014 3:13 PM

okieskater
RE: Benjamin Gunnell #115679297
I am so sorry and didn't know it was called "plopping". I have removed him from any location but left him linked to his family which was my intent.

Added by okieskater on Oct 21, 2013 2:28 PM

LoveTrees
Henri Ballin gravesite
Hi Lutetia,
First of all, thank you so much for going to the cemetery and getting all those photos and the birthdates for me. That plot is the one that I got for Henri, but that doesn't mean it is correct. Thank you for looking. Maybe when you are out there looking for some other graves, you will happen upon his, too.
I wish you all the best.
Yours,
Ava

Added by LoveTrees on Oct 05, 2013 6:31 PM

okieskater
Benjamin Gunnell #115679297
No, I don't really know if he is buried there. I know he is buried overseas in the area but think I finally just chose a cemetery. I will look again at my notes. If you have someplace to check I would appreciate any help. I have gone to his memorial and placed a note that it may not be correct.

Added by okieskater on Oct 05, 2013 4:12 PM

Find A Grave Volunteer
RE: Additional Info...
HA HA HA...You are too cute! I posted it in his bio just in case. You know SO MUCH MORE THAN ME! Hugs

Added by Find A Grave Volunteer on Aug 03, 2013 9:20 PM

Find A Grave Volunteer
Bareth... 43908469
Hi Susann! How are you? I haven't heard from you in a long time. I hope all is well with you.

Anyway, thanks so much for your help on that tomb stone. I must of done this one past my bedtime. Nowhere do I see the name Leon or Marchéville. MORT still looks like MDRT. I imagine the rain has distorted the writing over the years. I changed it to MORT. My French doesn't exist, so a lot of these are very difficult. I actually stopped adding my photos because a lot of them are too difficult to read.

I still don't know the relationship of M. Louise Bareth. Is she a sister or wife to Maurice? Do you know? Thanks again for your help. Jayne

Added by Find A Grave Volunteer on Jul 30, 2013 1:22 AM

Amanda
Thomas Brotherington
You have asked me to delete this memorial because it is a duplicate. Could you resend the link for the original, so that I can view it? The one you have provided is not working.

You have asked me to delete about seven memorials at this point; and while I am very much aware that find a grave has the right to call the shots on this, I disagree with their method of going about things.
The Plantegenet family are my ancestors, and it is important to me that accurate extra information be included in their memorials. We all know that historians very often disagree with dates and places of ancestors, especially in the first centuries After Death and Before Death. Even the names can be quite different, especially the monarchs - they have so many names. My entries have been well researched, and the sources documented. It feels awful to be so curtly told to delete material provided about my ancestors. The policy of find a grave to use the "no reply" message method is certainly one sided.

I am very much hoping that the administration will reconsider it's policy, and allow some leverage because some of the memorials on "famous people" are very scant.

Respectfully,
Amanda

Added by Amanda on Jul 02, 2013 11:22 AM

Amanda
Eleanor, Countess of Bar
Thank you for your concern that this is a duplicate. I have already discussed this with the author of this memorial, and tried to discuss with find a grave. The author said that once find a grave takes over the memorial, no changes can be made. It was also suggested that find a grave will merge the memorials.

Because this is a direct ancestor, I want all of the material that I have to be included in the memorial, regardless of where the burial took place.

I am appreciative of your concern, and I mean no disrespect. If you are communicating on behalf of find a grave, this would be a wonderful opportunity to discuss with them that famous memorial do not have a way in which information can be added, as can regular memorials.

Amanda

Added by Amanda on Jul 01, 2013 3:47 PM

§ĸỵнï
blessings
Many thanks for your information on August Zang, he truly is an interesting guy. Since you left a flower for him I stopped by your bio and left many flowers on your memorials that otherwise had none, thank you again, have a great day :-)

Added by §ĸỵнï on Apr 11, 2013 6:54 PM

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