|Gary L. Maize||Mabel Kiefaber.|
Can you link her to her parents or let me have maintenance. Franks Wells Smith 86174911, Ella Stetzel Smith 86174912. Also do the same for Dwight Smith, Greenwood d. Mar. 15, 1965 Thanks.
Added by Gary L. Maize on Aug 24, 2015 5:39 PM
|Mom2 two||RE: Elizabeth Axie|
Quentin, you are awesome! Thanks so much for correcting, Cousin!,,
Added by Mom2 two on Aug 10, 2015 11:57 PM
|Mom2 two||Elizabeth Axie "Lizzie" Watson Green|
Hi Quentin, Thank you for all you do!!
Is there a record stating that Martin L Winston is the father? My record show the father was Stephen B. Watson 1853-1911 and that Martin L Winston was Martha Almeda Crane Watson's 2nd husband prob married 1929-1930..
Added by Mom2 two on Aug 10, 2015 10:06 AM
|Jerry Coffman||Glenwood Cemetery|
I see where you have taken many pictures of stones in Missouri and I wonder if you are close to Glenwood Cemetery in Schuyler County, Mo.?
If so, would you be able to get 2 pictures for me? I have asked for them the right way but no luck so far.
Jane Fruit # 50675492
Robert Bartlett # 108529771
Added by Jerry Coffman on Aug 10, 2015 10:03 AM
|DKOWN||Mays family Mount Olivet Cemetery|
Thank you for the wonderful photo's of the gravestones. So clear, thank you again.
Added by DKOWN on Jun 19, 2015 8:49 AM
Great to see you posting photos again. Have missed having you around to help with Palmyra photos! Thanks again for Drescher and McKee photos. The McKees are in my family tree, the Drescher family is in a friend's tree. Thanks again!
Added by Heather Cottrell on Jun 08, 2015 11:18 AM
|Gensearcher||Sent with much appreciation!|
Thank you for transferring my ancestor's memorial. The care you've given this and other memorials as well as your photo contributions has helped to make this website a wonderful resource for numerous reasons. Thank you!
Added by Gensearcher on Apr 05, 2015 11:16 PM
Thank you for processing the update for John Kroeger.
Added by Tree Leaf on Apr 05, 2015 9:08 PM
|Andy Morgan||Great Job.!!|
With over 10,000 memorials and almost as many photos - all I can say is THANKS..!!!!
Don't let anything others are doing incorrectly stop you from your efforts. These are most appreciated by everyone who actually matters.
Your dedication rocks..!
Added by Andy Morgan on Feb 24, 2015 6:22 AM
|Carol Buckwalter Small||Otto Elliott #88102915|
Hi Mr. Bremmer, In regards to the subject, Otto Elliott and his wife Bertha, the info on their pages regarding Joe Edwin Griggs is incorrect. Mr. Griggs is not their child. The person that originally posted this errant information has disabled the message option on their F/A/G page, so I don't know how to contact them to get this corrected. Mr.Griggs died on the same day, Sep 14, 2014, lived in the same town, as Donald Eugene Elliott. Their obits were published in the same newspaper and their services directed by Waters Funeral Home in Vandalia. The original "poster" of this incorrect information obviously got the details mixed up. That's why such information should be left to family members to handle. Thanks for your attention to this. I appreciate all the work you've done in documenting
Marion County information. Carol Buckwalter Small
Added by Carol Buckwalter Small on Feb 09, 2015 6:46 PM
|Carol Hopper Bader||Josie Sibley|
Thank you very much for sharing your picture of the headstone for Josephine Barnhill Sibley. We appreciate your time and talents. She was married to my great grand uncle.
Added by Carol Hopper Bader on Jan 28, 2015 12:15 PM
Hi!My name is Susan and I had put a request on findagrave for Leeta Fern Elliott Walker Begley. She is buried at Grand View Burial Park.
They said they could not find the stone.
I am in contact with someone who said that would were knowledgable about the cemetery and that I should ask you if there is a stone for her. Her second marriage was to Charley Wayne Begley.I just thought I would reach out to you and see if you can help me?
Any help would be appreciated.
Added by SusanG on Jan 18, 2015 2:41 PM
|MRoyal||John Marshall Glascock|
Thank you for adding the parent information for my great great grandfather, John Marshall Glascock. I just want you to know that your contributions to Find A Grave are greatly appreciated. Thank you for all that you do.
Added by MRoyal on Jan 09, 2015 12:59 PM
|Tree Leaf||Thank you|
Quentin: thank you for all of your hard work at Find A Grave website. Many of us have benefited from it. You have always been very helpful, with photos, etc.
I have to say I agree with you about people not always being as diligent in their work as possible. I share your dislike of simply posting 'raw data' since that is not the purpose of the Biography section. I also agree that people should not post documents and certs here, for various reasons. That is what Ancestry.com is for. Also, sometimes the information on those certs is personal or delicate. The Biography section should be a freshly written biography.
I also agree with you about people not copying and pasting obituaries. For similar reasons to the ones you stated (the names and information of the living can be used for ID theft), and also, most do not provide copyright required information or follow the site's rules on that. They should provide the source, credit, and also should ask the newspaper first if they really want to be proper.
A lot of people also post the photo from the obituary and the page owner cannot remove that.
By the way I have seen your photos pop up on Ancestry.com lately. I do not know if you have given permission. I noticed the same ones doing that have also copied and pasted the biographies I've written, from this site to that one (without credit, of course.) I know they didn't ask me first.
I've tried to discuss these things with people on that site and others. They get extremely angry. Apparently, credit means nothing and other people's work is always presumed to be shared.
Yes of course we post things so that others can benefit but that's different than having our work lifted, and used in any old way.
People also should be open to correction, and at least look into it themselves. Many are not. Well, I just wanted to vent alongside you in case it helped you feel better. I did and do appreciate your diligence and sense of propriety. I hope in time you will return to the site.
Added by Tree Leaf on Dec 31, 2014 9:31 PM
|Pam Witherow||Carl Redmon Transfer|
Quentin, thank you so much for transferring Carl's Memorial to me, I didn't expect you to do that, but I am so grateful you did. Pam
Added by Pam Witherow on Dec 27, 2014 12:24 AM
Thank You so much
Added by Dennis Fohey on Nov 14, 2014 3:36 PM
|Terry Harney Harp||Snider/Million|
Thank you for the transfer of the memorials of my Snider/Million cousins
Terry Harney Harp
Added by Terry Harney Harp on Nov 01, 2014 10:22 AM
|Candy Westhoff||A. Westhoff and Margaret Westhoff|
would like to request permission to use your Findagrave photos of the headstone of A. Westhoff and Margaret Westhoff (memorial #104650504) on my ancestor page. Please advise if it is permissible. I will give credit for the photo to you, of course. Please and thank you.
Added by Candy Westhoff on Oct 22, 2014 10:42 AM
|Bobbi O'Brien||Family Tranfers|
Would you transfer 3 memorials to me?
1.) Martha Lee Orndorff Ames #133458457. She is my mother.
2.) Mary Ann Orndorff Emery #86563046. She is my mothers's twin sister.
3.) Marion M Emery #86563021. Mary's husband.
I have also sent you a e-mail requesting these memorials.
Added by Bobbi O'Brien on Oct 15, 2014 9:03 AM
|Michael Jones||JONES FAMILY|
I AM LOOKING FOR ANY AND ALL INFO REF REV M.R. JONES, HIS WIFE NANNIE WILSON AND THEIR PARENTS. HIS FATHER WAS BYROM JONES SR 1773 N.C. TK U MLJ LV NV
Added by Michael Jones on Oct 14, 2014 10:09 AM
|ken benner||Mamie Foor Tombstone|
Hello Quentin, I would like to ask you if you know who fixed Mamie Foor' tombstone in Midway Cemetery? When I was there the stone looked like the one you have taken, today Aug. 9th 2014 I was there and seen someone had undug the grave out of the ground in which it had sunk into. Whoever done it I want to thank them for doing that as I had sometime wanted to see what I could do to make it look better as it looked like it was broken and just placed on top of the ground, but now it looks like it was just sunk way down into the ground and they dug it out and replaced it like it should. Thanks Ken Benner
Added by ken benner on Aug 09, 2014 5:24 PM
|Catherine Smith Hall||RE: Orphan Train children|
These are my cousins aunts and uncles. At the time she gave me this information she did not know where the 5th child lived in the state of Washington. I did receive a query through Ancestry from that family and gave them my cousin's name to contact. I didn't ask my cousin for the info that she learned at that time. My cousin did not want me to repeat what she had told me.
I don't know where two of the children are buried. I don't think I should be the one to publish this information. I sent it to you so that you would understand how traumatic it had to be for that family and why their names changed.
It bothers me because I know from my 92 years what it was like at the beginning of the depression years with no work for parents to feed and house their families. It could have been my sister and me that took that train ride.
Thank you for your interest. I may contact my cousin in the future for more information and her approval for what I have already posted. I don't think she will mind now that all the children are deceased. I am trying to link my relatives on Find A Grave as much as the information is available. I do like obituaries and seek them out.
Added by Catherine Smith Hall on Jul 29, 2014 4:56 AM
|Carolyn Leverich Atkinson||Roy Courtright picture|
Thank you so much for the picture of Roy's memorial. It is so very much appreciated.
Carolyn Leverich Atkinson
Added by Carolyn Leverich Atkinson on Jul 29, 2014 12:24 AM
Thank you so much for taking photo of Lois Lieurance!
Added by toulouse on Jul 28, 2014 1:48 PM
|Catherine Smith Hall||Orphan Train children|
Thank you for correcting your Cornell children's memorials by linking to their birth parents.
Five of their children were taken from Geneva, NY late at night while asleep in the late 1920's, by train to New York City, then onto the Orphan Train to Missouri to be farmed out and raised by non relatives.
Some of the children were adopted, others did not have a good experience, but the birth family kept in touch with each other. There were 10 children in all, some born after the 5 were taken. Those were years when no agency was there to keep the family together when the father did not have work.
I am in the process of adding this family to Find A Grave using the records my cousin sent to me over the years. This is her family.
I thank you for your interest and the beautiful way you set the record straight.
Added by Catherine Smith Hall on Jul 25, 2014 3:59 AM