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I'm working on first, middle or last names that are often mis-typed. No offense to anyone. It's not personal. We've all got them. :)
Currently working on:
Jospeh --> Joseph
Jospehine --> Josephine
Brain --> Brian
Please do not use quotation marks in any name fields for memorials.
Here is a list of some from Texas. Once you click on the link below, click on any name or any cemetery. Note the results. This will take a long time for the list to pop up. Please be patient.
Rant:Plopped and burial unknowns ruin the integrity of the Find A Grave database. Too many people work very, very hard to get things right.
Do some more research or ask for help before plopping or creating a BU.
With the exception of my own personal family photos, photos I post can be used by others for their personal, private and/or non-commercial use.
If you want to post them to Ancestry, please use standard research conventions. Do NOT copy my photos to ancestry.com without citing and/or crediting your source. Simply copy and paste:
© 2009-2016 CynC on Find A Grave. Used with permission.
I'd appreciate a note letting me know you have copied them.
What? No email listed? Messages turned off? There IS a way to contact me. Find A Grave has created a way. Please use it.
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|gary lavigne||Cemetery Photographs|
May I use the Photographs of cemeteries you have posted on my Family Trees? Thank you for your time. gary
|Sherry||RE: Frank Mathur|
Good question! I took a photo. It's in line to be posted but I set my Settings on my phone so the photos only upload when I'm on wifi. Should upload by next week. Sherry
Added by Sherry on Jun 13, 2016 1:17 PM
Thank you for providing an invaluable service to us seeking our ancestors. I have used the headstone picture on my family tree on Ancestry.
|Audrey DeCamp Hoffman||Leavitt Hildebrand Binkley|
Thank you for telling me where Leavitt Hildebrand Binkley was burried. I am not related to them, and would like to transfer them to a relative. Are you related to them?
|Dr Marie C.Karban DVM ret||RE: Patricia Accountius|
sorry to hear your not feeling well, hope you feel better soon. I did spell the last name wrong, missing the U. I knew there was a memorial, but thought, well it was removed.
Weather is getting nice here in Sioux Falls, but rain all weekend, maybe in between the drops I'll go gravin. Thanks again for fixing my opps, have anice memorial day weekend.
|Dr Marie C.Karban DVM ret||accountis patricia|
I searched for her, did not see the name at Ft sam the first time, must had been a misspell. Thanks for the merge of the one I made to the new ones. Nice HS photo too, hope you didn't run out there for the photo request to discover this. :)
|J. Dalton||please remove your record of my father|
hi, i'm hoping you'll remove your record of my father (http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=161346940), as i would like to manage my own record for him and my family.
|kc9901mom||RE: Olegario Soliz 37572932|
Please add his rank (PFC or Corporal) as this is customary for those that were KIA even if he is buried in a national cemetery. I have seen some listings for KIA with the rank T/5 or Tec5 added (probably in the First Name field and perhaps on older listings before pre-fixes were added?).
Technician Fifth Grade (Tec 5, T/5) was actually between Private First Class (a rank that was around in WWI) and a Corporal/Specialist (E-4, a rank also around during WWI). The technical grades were T/5, T/4, T/3 and were sometimes "temporary" ranks. T/4 was between Corporal and Sergeant and T/3 was between Sergeant and Staff Sergeant. A T/5 received the same pay as a Corporal.
The Story of the Noncommissioned Officer Corps (Paperbound): The Backbone of the Army
edited by David W. Hogan, Arnold G. Fisch, Robert K. Wright published by the Center for Military History, Washington D.C.
|Sharon||Gen. Omer S. Dews|
I added your picture of this grave to my personal Reunion genealogy program. It's a very good picture. Thank you for all your hard word for findagrave.
Sharon Agee Morrow
distant cousin of Marguerite Bennett Dews
Added by Sharon on Apr 19, 2016 8:20 PM
|Bobbi Janes||Dave E and Elaine Janes|
May I use your pictures of Dave and Elaines headstones on my ancestry page? I will leave photo credit. Thank you.
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