If there are any additions or corrections please feel free to contact me using the edit tab, on the original memorial, then click on suggest a correction. This will take me directly to the memorial that you have a concern about. I am always glad to add additional info. I transfer memorials according to the find a grave guide lines.
KAGY, Jacob Bonnie, Good chance this Jacob Kagy is the son of Abraham & Catharine Gochenauer Kagy. Still need second source.
1850; Census Place: Bristol, Trumbull, Ohio; Roll: NARA M432_733; Page: 281B; Image: 367 Kagy, Abraham age 63 b. VA Kagy, Catherine age 56 VA Children: Elizabeth age 30 OH John G. age 24 OH Jacob A. age 19 OH ie b. 1831
Old Gustavus Cemetery Bonnie, I see that you got the photos for the Lane family in this cemetery. The probate record for Levi Lane in 1868 say that graves were dug for Ruth Lane (his wife) and Sylvia (aka Selva) Graves sister of his wife, Ruth, and that the executor of the estate paid for those graves. Do you know if there was a grave for Sylvia/Selva Graves in the vicinity of the graves for Levi and Ruth (Graves) Lane?
Memorial transfers Bonnie, I thank you for pointing out the transfer protocol that had I asked for. Here is where I differ with you... I for the life of me cannot understand the unwillingness to transfer a relative's memorial to a relative considerably closer than the creator, after all what is the intent of the creator (not to mention the website) if not to hope to find a relative who is interested in nurturing the memorial on a more personal level?
I have been warned of "hoarders", volunteers who cannot bear to give up what they have created. I who am caring for just 14 sites vs. 9300+...(which you cannot possibly be related to) begin to think I have encountered my first hoarder. My goal is to get a daughter of Mildred to gain interest and eventually seek custodianship. I withdraw my request, although obviously that has become a moot point.
It is entirely possible that these rules have been created by hoarders for hoarders.