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Contributor Connie posted this. I thought it was such a great idea I posted it to my page! Thanks, Connie!
Find a Grave has implemented a new way to submit Edits! Unfortunately, there are far too many members for Find a Grave to notify everyone via email, so it's up to us to get the word out. If every member posts this message (or similar) in their profile, hopefully we can help spread the word.
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Many thanks to everyone who has contributed information and photos for my memorials. I usually link to the individual contributor using HTML code. If this is unacceptable to you just let me know you prefer to remain anonymous.
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|MamaDebbie||William Barbarin Laub|
He along with his second wife are on the list for Sarasota Memorial Park. Find A Grave Memorial# 153649208....confused, me too!!
|KIR||RE: Fannie Ross Mendenhall|
If you list with both nickname and given name, an individual is more likely to show up in searches. Most records will be listed under Frances. So when looking for Frances, it will show as no result. I understand your desire to respect the familial name, I just believe that providing the fullest names possible makes finding connections easier. If you were looking for a Maud, would you automatically think of looking for Matilda or Juergen for George? Or is it better to show one as the given name and other as a nickname?
Just my opinion, though I respect yours also.
Added by KIR on Oct 13, 2015 9:57 AM
|GateWay||RE: Betty Elaine Emmer Derby|
Thank you for clarifying. In the bio on her memorial #59225335, was the marriage to Harold Emmer dated August 25, 1972 and the marriage to Harold James Emmer dated July 20, 1979 to the same person?
Added by GateWay on Oct 13, 2015 2:01 AM
|mike smyth||RE: Mary K. McElreath|
mentioned in the record of Roy McElreath and Mary Roberts
Name Roy McElreath
Event Type Marriage
Event Date 26 Dec 1900
Event Place Grayson, Texas, United States
Spouse's Name Mary Roberts
CITING THIS RECORD
"Texas, County Marriage Index, 1837-1977," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FX92-CTL : accessed 13 October 2015), Roy McElreath and Mary Roberts, 26 Dec 1900; citing Grayson, Texas, United States, county courthouses, Texas; FHL microfilm 1,290,418.
|Mary M||RE: James H. Norton|
Thank you for taking the extra step in proving his birth place. I find that familysearch.org provides more information than Ancestry. Yes, I did check his WWI Draft Card, which confirmed his birth date. However, he did not list his place of birth. Yes, I know about Washington State's Digital Archives, and I like that site. I posted his mother's burial place on your site. I found her death record, which I posted on an edit tab for the find a grave contributor. This particular family, Irish immigrants, is but one of the very few in which I have actually found births of children. Again, thank you for the extra step. Another interesting aspect of your find a grave Norton is the fact that his children continually changed their birth names. Marie Ann Norton, who first married a Sheridan, used her correct birth name on her marriage record in Seattle, King County, W A. Shortly after their marriage, he died. After that, she used the name M. Marion, and after that, she used the name Marion. Her second marriage was to Harry Daniel Sloan, Sr. You will find her find a grave record in the same cemetery as her parents. Whoever reported her death, used an incorrect middle initial. Another Norton sister, Marie Florence married Frank Edward Gregory. On the marriage record, she uses her correct birth name, Marie Florence Norton. After that, she uses the name Florence Norton Gregory. Thus, the difficulties in these relationships. You will find her cemetery record in find a grave, in Sunset Hills Memorial Park, Bellevue, King County, WA, along with her husband, Frank Gregory, and a son, Norton.
Again, thanks for the extra steps taken.
Added by Mary M on Oct 12, 2015 5:51 AM
|Russ Jacobs||My VC edits|
You caught me! I usually run all the names in my Unknown VC once a month to see if any duplicate memorials have been established, but just didn't get it done and some changes were made. Again, I am grateful for all your efforts. It is appreciated.
|Russ Jacobs||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 6687941|
This memorial isn't mine. The manager has been notified that the cemetery has no record of his burial.
|Debbie Chambers||RE: Thomas Randolph Bourne|
I located his birth date in two sources. 1) World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-18; and 2) His original death certificate from the District of Columbia's Public Archives. I visited the Archives in 2004 and copied all the death certificates.
|Mary M||RE: James H. Norton|
Source: "Massachusetts Births, 1841-1915, database with images. FamilySearch.
Reference ID 153
GS Film Number 1428076
Digital Folder Number 4212534
Image Number 552.
I used familysearch.org. The information that I provided to you on his birth, and the names of his Irish parents were obtained from this record. I was unable to list the names of his parents, as the EDIT tab wants a find a grave memorial No. His parents were listed as Thomas J. Norton, occupation tanner, born County Mayo, Ireland. His mother's name was liste as Catharine Mccarty, born County Cork, Ireland. I will check to see if there is a find a grave memorial for his parents. I will also check to see if there is a WWI Draft Card for him, as he moved his family to Seattle, King Co., WA in 1910.
Added by Mary M on Oct 10, 2015 7:55 PM
|Kasz Maciag||RE: Jeannye G. Ashley|
It is the 14th. Please reject and I'll correct or apply correct date yourself. Time to call it a day!
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