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Please send me any corrections or additions, and they will be added promptly.|
Any photos of graves that I have taken may be used by anybody as they see fit. As I see it, that is the purpose of this website. However, please do not upload them onto a Find-A-Grave memorial or take them from a similar website, like BillionGraves, as I also upload photos there and it violates this website's terms. If you would like a photo that I have taken placed onto a memorial, please let me know.
Rudeness will not be responded to. Please be civil in your tone and words.
In Messages, please include the MEMORIAL NUMBER when referencing a specific person. It makes it easier to find them.
Please use the EDIT tab on the memorial page to offer corrections on memorials, as this makes it easier for me to locate the correct one. This includes now the new feature that allows you to make the family connections yourself, instead of having to send a message to me.
If you would like a memorial transferred to you, please ask. I will happily transfer any memorial, unless the memorial is of a relative of mine or a member of the Maryknoll Missionary Community.
HOW TO (on Find-A-Grave):
Create Bold Print: When you are editing your profile, use < b and then > with no space, at the beginning of the word or phrase. When you want to end the bold print, use < / b > with no space between any of the characters. Also leave no space between the markers and the opening and closing word.
Create Italics: Same as with bold print, only include an "i" in the place of "b".
Create Bold and Italic Words: Simply put the two symbols listed above back to back in the front and at the end.
How To Link One Memorial To Another:
In the Biography, type < a href="http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=XXXXXXX">Name < / a >
Remove the space before the first "a" and all the spaces after "Name" in the example above, and where the "X"s are, replace with the memorial number. Where "Name" is, put the name or phrase you want to appear as the link. For example, This is me (The link goes nowhere).
|Messages left for Time Traveler (338)||[Leave Message]|
|John E. Rowe||110230828|
Father Lawrence A Conley I have a genealogical relationship with Father Conley in that my father and Lawrence A Conley were good friends. I have him in my family tree. How did you get your information about Father Conley. How do you know where he was buried? John E. Rowe Rowe1458@AOL.Com
|Bob McLellan||RE: Cunningham|
Thank you very much for the transfers of Herbert & Harriet Cunningham as well as their photos.
|Anonymous||RE: Marianna Elise|
Thanks so much. I work on this tomorrow, Mrs. Oneill
|cmm 945||RE: Sr Mary Loyola Vollet # 96129686|
I understand. Do you have any other information on her family? I am particularly interested in her sister Carrie, who may have joined the Sisters of Loretto. Thank you, Charlie
Added by cmm 945 on Apr 02, 2015 9:29 PM
|Sharon||Bixey should be BIXBY|
re # 140940795 at Oak Woods Cemetery, Cook Co., IL
John S. BIXBY. Do you have records of who is buried on either side of this man? I sent you an edit re this surname also.
Thank you for any help.
Added by Sharon on Mar 24, 2015 3:26 PM
|eric starnes||RE: Sarah Sunderland Lovell # 140712746|
I believe their graves were unmarked. The Sunderland book only mentions the mother's grave being marked. Thank you for Sarah's memorial.
|missinyou||Geraldine King Oakwoods|
Hi my mom is Geraldine King at Oakwood's Cemetery in Chicago. Would you please transfer her memorial to me? My # is 48440041. Thank you very much.
|Hugh Casement||memorial 139460880|
Well found! I've added the details to the family tree, though her husband was only a distant relative of mine.
Anyway, Mason was her maiden surname, not a true middle name. That appears to have been Emily.
|Hugh Casement||memorial 139460880|
I think this must be the one I have in my tree as Maude Emily Mason, born in Illinois and died at Hinsdale, Dupage County, on 18 Feb., according to an announcement in the [London] Times. Married in Chicago on 2 Oct. 1897 John Albert Crosland Fenton. He was b. in England, emigrated to the USA in 1894, was secretary of a Chicago brewery, naturalized US citizen 1912, and apparently died in Pennsylvania in 1973, aged well over 90.
I've not submitted this as an edit, as I'm not 100% certain, but you may be able to follow it up.
|Jim O||Jane McManus Cochrane|
Thanks for the edit information, although I'm not sure what corrections you were addressing.
Added by Jim O on Mar 04, 2015 9:21 PM
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