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I DO NOT BELIEVE in the family transfer guidelines. If I have created a memorial to a family member of yours or someone who means something special to you, I am more than happy to transfer.|
Thanks to everyone who has helped me along the way! I hope in small part I have been able to return the kindness.
by Patrick Philips
It will be the past
and we’ll live there together.
Not as it was to live
but as it is remembered.
It will be the past.
We’ll all go back together.
Everyone we ever loved,
and lost, and must remember.
It will be the past.
And it will last forever.
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|Dale||RE: Elizabeth Myerscough Onken|
Very interesting on what you found glad to know where Elizabeth resting place is at. You done a wonderful job on the memorial how did you find her 1st husband don't know how this Smith name came about at least one thing was right about a newspaper connection. Maybe you can find what Elizabeth done between 1941 & 1958 and the picture of Elizabeth that I have you are welcome to use.
Added by Dale on Jun 25, 2016 7:35 PM
|Nancy Kiel-Gravning||Boyd Kiel|
Thank you for visiting my Dad's memorial.
I really appreciate it!
|Bernadette||RE: Mabel Schirmer|
You're very welcome. Like you, my transfer guidelines are more liberal than those spelled out in the FAQ.
It is so nice that you remembered me. I was happy to be of help. I am working full time with a lot of overtime so I don't get the chance to take pictures the way I used to do. In the winter it will slow down so I intend to start once again. Good Luck and
have a wonderful weekend.
Added by Maspeth on Jun 17, 2016 4:54 PM
|Maggie Mac||Aunt Hope|
Thank you for remembering my Aunt Hope on her angel day. It is much appreciated.
|Nikita Barlow||James Dalzell (Trinity Churchyard)|
Thank you for the heads up! I had erroneously entered a memorial page for James Dalzell (aka D'Ell, Dalyell) in Trinity Churchyard in Manhattan; as there is no record of his burial there, I've deleted it.
The memorial page I created for Mary Dalzell, identified as the "wife of James Dalzell" is still among the Findagrave entries for Trinity Churchyard, and includes both excellent photos and a complete transcription of her gravestone. I don't know if her husband is the same Capt. James Dalzell killed near Detroit during the French & Indian War; if you have more info re: the James Dalzell who was her husband and the whereabouts of his grave, I would be glad to add the link.
|Gracie Ann Matisyn||RE: Myerscough|
Hi Barbara, You are very welcome! Im so happy to have helped. I take pictures randomly, so I was glad that the mystery as to her whereabouts was able to be confirmed. Strange the office would tell you different. I apologize that the photo is a bit blurry. If I ever get back there and see it again I will try to get you a clearer image. I recall the general area of that stone, its backed up to the fence in the last row near the maintenance garage. Have a great summer!
I have successfully transferred Duane and Richard to you. If I can be of further help, just give me a holler. :)
Added by Rebeltem on Jun 09, 2016 9:16 AM
|Rebeltem||Duane & Richard Myerscough's edit requests|
I just processed your request to link the parents to both Duane & Richard's memorials. Read your bio and agree with you regarding transfers, so if you are or are not related to Duane & Richard, would you like transfers of both? I see that you have a virtual cemetery for Myerscough people, and just wondered if you wanted to have them. (I am not related to them)... :)
Let me know,
Added by Rebeltem on Jun 08, 2016 9:23 PM
|Dale||RE: Elizabeth Myerscough|
Not related to Elizabeth just thru my Grandpa Frank Onken after they married in '58. We are Nebraska people Grandma died in '56 they always wintered someplace so don't know if they knew Elizabeth before or not. Frank & Elizabeth both were living in CA at the time when married would come back once a year. When Elizabeth talked about her family it seemed like there was no one left. So hope you get lucky with that many siblings would think there would be family somewhere.
If anything new will pass along.
Added by Dale on Jun 08, 2016 11:28 AM
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