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Linda Davis (#46609907)
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Linda McGahan
RE: Frank Harvey Whiting Mem#112740849
My Frank has a daughter still living in Barling, Sebastian Co., Ar.
Her name is Teresa House, and he has a son Frank H. Whiting III living in Rogers, Ar. and most important is HIS MOTHER IS STILL LIVING.
Before you link anything together you should make contact with this family and see if their relations are part of your research.
Your Frank has a mother and child who died in 1928 can you track that link?
My Franks H. Whiting’s mother is still living her name is Leona L. Berry, Barling, Sebastian Co., Arkansas.
Best to find out first….
Who buried your Frank there? Who placed the stone there? What does the cemetery/funeral records show for your Frank? Anything is better than to ASSOUME. Linda

Added by Linda McGahan on Apr 05, 2016 5:41 PM

Linda McGahan
RE: Frank Harvey Whiting Mem#112740849
Go ahead I'm not.
I don't know the fax on the other stone so it's not my business to be asking for them to do anything with theirs. Linda

Added by Linda McGahan on Apr 05, 2016 2:09 PM

Linda McGahan
Frank Harvey Whiting Mem#112740849
Funeral home records confirm this Whiting was buried in Liberty Cemetery, Greenwood, Ar.
I've also located and added a photo and the obtiuary.
Please re-visit his memorial.

Added by Linda McGahan on Apr 05, 2016 10:57 AM

B.J. Waters
Napolean Whiting/Whitney
I don't understand your last message. You are citing a family with the surname of Whitney, and Napolean is a Whiting. Will you please recheck your information?

-B.J.

Added by B.J. Waters on Apr 04, 2016 7:55 AM

LLW
RE: Thanks for the photo attempt
You are welcome - I did add the spouse photo.

Added by LLW on Apr 01, 2016 3:11 PM

John Maxwell
Volpe
Hi Linda,

I've been without a pc for a while. I have looked at the site and am unsure what you need me to do. If you like, I can transfer management to you and this might make correcting the problem easier. Just let me know.

thanks,

John

Added by John Maxwell on Mar 31, 2016 3:31 PM

Karen Wilburn
RE: Thanks for the photo
I had trouble finding him - there is no Section 9A.
One of the men in the office remembered he had been transferred from St. Francis because he knew the family (only in Rhode Island!) - he is in Section 29B, Lot 49 - I put the edit in. Karen

Added by Karen Wilburn on Mar 31, 2016 8:31 AM

Karen Wilburn
RE: sorry
Done - sorry - I thought I got them all! I do not like the side with the names - not as readable as I would like - will probably retake next time I am there. Thanks, Karen

Added by Karen Wilburn on Mar 31, 2016 8:29 AM

Caroline O
Photos
Glad I was able to fulfill theses requests.

Warmest regards

Added by Caroline O on Mar 30, 2016 1:37 AM

Merf
RE: Shine
I believe additional information is most important, even if it's supplied with a virtual flower. Those people are just trying to help, they may not be as savvy as others, but the information is important and there are those findagrave self-appointed police out there who cannot see shades of gray. Guidelines are guidelines - they tell how things SHOULD be done...not quite as concrete as a rule or a law. So yeah, not everybody gets them right, but to allow their research and contributions to be tossed out is shameful.

Added by Merf on Mar 16, 2016 5:26 PM

Merf
RE: Shine
That's too bad that people will report them and allow someone's hard work to be thrown out. The information certainly doesn'r do any harm.

Added by Merf on Mar 15, 2016 7:58 PM

Merf
RE: Shine
That's too bad that people will report them and allow someone's hard work to be thrown out. The information certainly doesn'r do any harm.

Added by Merf on Mar 15, 2016 7:58 PM

Merf
Shine
Thank you for the heads up on the info to add to the bio. How do you know the flower that had the info is going to be deleted?

Added by Merf on Mar 15, 2016 1:52 PM

D. Montgomery
DAR Regent Helen Mar LeVoy
Thank you for the lovely memorial to this woman who donated so much to her community in Daytona Beach. Your memorial was very touching. It was appropriate to have a tribute to her.
Have you considered creating a series of memorials for other "forgotten women" perhaps going thru the other early DAR chapters in Florida?
Again you made a kind great contribution here. Thank you.
D. Montgomery

Added by D. Montgomery on Mar 14, 2016 9:22 PM

Karen Wilburn
RE: Ida Brownell
You are most welcome! I was going to take photos of relatives graves, so any photo requests on the list that were in the sections I was going to, I took. Joseph Edward Brownell (Ida's husband) was right next to her, so I posted that too. St. Ann's is only about 4 miles from my house - I will take some more from the list next time I go. Take care.

Added by Karen Wilburn on Mar 11, 2016 5:04 PM

Charles Richard Patenaude, Jr.
RE: Thanks for the photo
I have done so. Sorry for the poor quality of the photo. It was half buried under soil.

Added by Charles Richard Patenaude... on Mar 11, 2016 9:57 AM

Victor Vilionis
PFC Eddie Lee Jackson
Memorial 135136848, thank you for your message indicating he has no marker. It may be buried or not installed. His father was supplied with a Flat VA Marker.

Added by Victor Vilionis on Mar 10, 2016 12:51 PM

Rory McNeil
RE: Thanks for the photo/Johnson
You are most welcome. Sorry it took so long to get a photo for you. The weather hasn't cooperated the past month or so!

I attended Stephen Johnson's funeral as a representative of the City (I was the mayor at the time). It was a wonderful tribute. The funeral was in a neighboring hamlet about six miles from Yreka. The cortege from the church to the cemetery was a sight to behold; first on the interstate and then in town. All along the streets people were standing to salute or wave a flag as the hearse passed by.

Added by Rory McNeil on Mar 08, 2016 2:26 PM

Charles Richard Patenaude, Jr.
RE: Thanks for the photo
Linda...It was no problem posting the photo of the resting places that you requested at the R.I. Veteran's Cemetery. Now that it appears that our snow season is over, it is much easier to find these locations. I will do my best to fulfill your requests.

Sincerely

Added by Charles Richard Patenaude... on Mar 08, 2016 4:45 AM

Shirley Bauer
RE: thanks
Dear Linda,
I'm so glad you liked the fisherman. I read the stories for each individual and try and match the floral arrangement or the hobby to the person. I'm always glad when the relatives keep the pictures so they can share them with others too. God Bless...
Shirley

Added by Shirley Bauer on Mar 07, 2016 9:08 AM

Brent [Epperson] Spencer
Robert H Davis
Linda,

Are you related to Leona at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=52911746 ? I'm asking as she is the mother of Robert H Davis who, I believe, signed a flag that I have from Iwo Jima.

Brent

Added by Brent [Epperson] Spencer on Mar 06, 2016 1:09 PM

Collins/Seals
Ginger Patterson
Hello!
i just posted a photo for your request for Ginger Ross Patterson. Unfortunately the photo is upside down and hoping you will be able to remedy this as it is not giving me an edit option.
Also, along with this grave marker was a marker for Gary Don Patterson which I took a photo in case this was your family as well.
Just let me know if you wish me to post.

Carla Collins

Added by Collins/Seals on Mar 04, 2016 3:19 PM

Sandra Smith
RE: Thanks for the photo attempt
I will keep checking on it for you.

Added by Sandra Smith on Mar 02, 2016 3:52 PM

E.M. Deal
RE: John Dunaway
I have not been to this cemetery. I was researching my family online
and came across a much more clear picture of the tombstone of John C Dunaway. Until you responded to me, I did not realize how hard the picture on Find A Grave was to read. I am going to attempt to send you the picture I saw. Please let me know if it works.

Added by E.M. Deal on Mar 02, 2016 12:49 PM

Dawna Westbrook
Guiseppe vs Joseph
You wrote:

"I thought Find A Grave wants what is listed on the marker to be on the title of the memorial. Joseph is on the marker. This is to prevent someone else from duplicating the memorial as they won't find a Joseph Tatalo memorial."

Mr. Tatalo was buried in the cemetery records as Guiseppe. His legal name was Guiseppe. He never legally changed it.

Do you put someone's name as Dick on a memorial just because that is what is on a headstone if the persons name was Richard? Same difference. That is why we have a nickname field.

If his family had put his name as J. Tatalo on the headstone is that all you would want on his memorial?


Added by Dawna Westbrook on Feb 29, 2016 7:15 AM

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