|Chris West (#46952699)|
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I developed taphophilia in Nov 2007. I'm adding what I can, photos and accurate transcriptions, because stones deteriorate and there's no better time than now.|
On a philosophical note: I believe that an unmarried woman's surname should never be listed in the "maiden name" field, and a divorced woman who returned to her maiden name should also have that name as her surname.
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|Joseph Mann||Philip Vernon Tinker|
I don't know how you caught that, but thanks. I don't generally make that mistake.
|Wes Truitt||RE: Walls Family Cemetery|
Chris, I have been trying to get this corrected for over two years. I will try again. If i can't get them to do it, I will drive down there and update the gps coordinates for the location.
|Albert Ledoux||Mary Ames|
I grant you it could be "Ames" but I believe I detect a capital Y where the S should be. The problem is, no families named Ames or Amey lived in Blair County, PA, in the 1900 census - at least not families headed by people with the initials on the stone. So, until somebody can identify her parents, I think I'll be leaving the last name blank.
|Carol and Kelly||RE: Borschiw Cemetery - new records for John and for Katherine Plishka - unmarked graves|
Thanks for the offer of the transfers.
At the moment I'm fine with you retaining the sites since you established them.
They are now part of my virtual cemetery and once the edits I sent in are in place they will be linked to family. I was merely surprised to see John and Katherine's names appear after all this time. I don't live in Alberta now and don't have much chance to follow up offline leads which is what I need to obtain more obscure details.
|Carol and Kelly||Borschiw Cemetery - new records for John and for Katherine Plishka - unmarked graves|
I was surprised to see records for two of my father's siblings, who died in infancy, which you just set up a matter of days ago. I had been trying to find more information on their birth dates before creating their records.
You noted "unmarked graves", which is correct, as the graves for young children often only had wooden markers at first. There is in fact a very respectful marker listing all those without marked graves at the Borschiw cemetery.
Since you got to this ahead of me, I will use the edits to add family information and my photos of both John and Katherine's names. Sadly I still don't have any birth dates as yet.
|J E Strotman||Dimas Domingo|
Thank you for giving this memorial a name. Id hoped if I could photo the degrading headstones, someone would take up the cause and give them names. Find A Grave is awesome in this way. Takes a village. Thank you for what you do
|J E Strotman||Consorcia Mendoza|
Thank you for giving this last resting place a name. I've been watching for years now as this old Filipino cemetery is not taken care of and info is getting loss along with the names and dates. My last visit to Hawaii, I thought Id better just photograph everything I could, and hope someone would be able to find the missing parts. I'm so grateful for your help & thank you for what you do.
|Karen Mickel Bennett||Unknown Unknown|
Wow, how interesting, especially since I put a photo of the stone on their memorial! Must have been a very late at night entry....No other excuse! Thank you for spotting this I appreciate it very much!
|Joanne Gross Vaughn||translation|
Thanks for the translation
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