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Please feel free to ask for transfers of relatives and loved ones. I'm also happy to add/correct information. It helps if you make requests via the "edit" tab on the memorial, as this sends me a link to the correct memorial, saving confusion. When requesting links, please send the memorial number *and* name to avoid mistakes.|
If I've created a memorial for your loved one, and you prefer there be no memorial on Find-a-Grave, please accept my apologies. I'll be glad to delete it or transfer it to you, whichever you prefer.
Please, please review the site rules which are listed as "Frequently Asked Questions." They're immensely helpful and will save a world of miscommunication. In keeping with those rules, I don't link to burial unknowns or list names of survivors likely to be living.
Please remember that photo volunteers give their time and efforts for no other reason than to help others. A simple "thank you" is always appropriate and appreciated.
Anyone can add unverified (and sometimes erroneous) data to memorials, so it's always best to research & verify for yourself.
Have fun and happy graving! :)
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|Robert Hill||William Jenkins 1819-1868|
What can you share about the source and authenticity of the information about the family of William Jenkins 1819-1868 and his wife Elizabeth Richards 1822-1884 in Goldhill Cemetery Salisbury,NC? Especially interesting is their history to Cornwall England and the history of twins in their children (Eleanor and Elizabeth). My mother is in this line and had twin brothers Harry and Harrold. All this information is quite exciting, especially down to the date and time and place and person performing their marriage.
If the genealogy information on the site is your work, thank you for sharing, and I hope to hear from you soon.
|William Orr||RE: Ethel|
Thank you so much. I will continue to add as many pictures as I can. My grandmother had the oldest ones labeled with paper labels, but the tape dried out so names became separated. Glad to be able to post identifiable ones here for longevity. I need to add Ethel to her brother Marvin Woodlief and Vashti Woodlief Freeman as well. Also to her half sister, Pearl Woodlief Blackley. Marvin and Pearl are buried at Union Chapel and Vashti is buried at Elmwood, Henderson, NC. Would you be able to add from this note or do I need to enter her name in each case as I did for William Edgar Woodlief?
|Donna Choate Sigmon||Michael Ray Choate|
Thank you so much for transfering my brother to me.I am having trouble getting 2 other siblings,and my Mother and Father.People still get the credit for the work;but family members can add so much more information.Thanks again and God Bless.
|Brian Richardson||Francis Marion Hancock|
Would like to request that Find A Grave Memorial #132973534 Francis Marion Hancock, be transferred to me. Francis is my 4th g-grandfather.
|Scott P||Bessie Charlton Taylor|
Hi got her Moved Thanks for the help.
Added by Scott P on Jul 19, 2014 6:31 AM
|Record Keeper||Lola Taylor|
Thank you for the information on Lola Taylor. I moved her to Mt. Olive and made the links to her parents and husband. I deleted her from the other cemetery. There is no need to transfer Artie to me. If you have a moment, would you leave a token at my daughter's site #55830699.
|Syd Gardner||Many thanks for ~|
the correction on the cemetery in which Thomas G Crutchfield was buried! Most definitely best to get it right the first time, but at least it's correct now!
|Donna Choate Sigmon||Micheal Ray Choate|
WOW!That was so fast.Thank you so much.
|Donna Choate Sigmon||Micheal Ray Choate|
Please list Micheal Ray Choate as being the son of Herbert and Ida Choate.Herbert#98915472,Ida#99288395.Thank you,I am Michael's sister Donna.
|nora barton-carver||h. c .nichols sumner tn|
thank you so very much for adding this memorial! I contacted you a while ago asking about furhter info on the cemetery, which yu were kind enough to let me know no other nichols were buried with him. however, thanks to you having added his name to the database of memorials, i have managed to solve a "histories mysteris" in my family tree and discovered that Henry C. Nichols was in fact my husbands 4th great grandfather. his son Thomas J. Nichols unfortunately i have not been able to find his burial location for you to add to the children on his memorial. without this memorial, i would never have looked in the direction i did to find and correct the informatin on our family tree, thank you soo sooo much. when i do have more concrete evidence to provide for his memorial i will contact you through the edit tab on it, i just wanted to stop by and let you know how much it was appreciated you had added him to the Find A Grave website and how helpful it was for us.
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