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anony1234 (#47047632)
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RE: Sebastian Hubbuch
There is only one Sebastian Hubbuch and that is buch not bach. If I focused on the fellow who attached to you, and you did not misspell, then, sorry, my mistake. As I do not find merely listing name particularly interesting, my effort is only towards my direct relatives. At the moment there is a duplication of a memorial for Sebastian Hubbuch, with yours being the junior. How it got there is irrelevant, but it is your creation to deal with, and that is all there is to be said on the matter.

Added by JMP on Oct 08, 2015 5:58 PM
RE: Sebastian Hubbuch
I have not been to Louisville for decades and then only briefly for business, so I have to rely on others for their efforts. Todd had visited St. Louis Cemetery and clicked the wrong cemetery when creating the memorialóhis OOPs. Thanks for the heads-up, it is fixed.

When you create memorials, it is recommended that you check for duplications. In this case, you would have discovered it, but you did spell Sebastianís surname name wrong: Your OOPs which I see that you fixed.

I created the memorial for Sebastianís wife using her death certificate, and it is attached to the memorial that Todd did. Someone later did a duplication with your misspelling of the surname attaching it to your creation making a check for duplications impossible.

Toddís memorial was there first, spelled right, attached to the correct wives, and he simply clicked the wrong cemetery when creating his memorial. You should have discovered that as a part of creating your memorial and let me know about it. You seem to be at the head of the OOPS count leaderboard on this, as such personally I feel your memorial should be deleted. I simply want to tidy up by getting rid of the OOPs factors so I can display a story about a direct ancestor of mine without clutter.

You created the situation so I think it apt that you make the choice as to fixing it.
Added by JMP on Oct 08, 2015 8:04 AM
RE: Bridget Gibbons
What does "transfer it to you mean"? I sponsored a number of memorials today. I did it to pay back some of the cost to put these online. Thank you so much.
Added by Anonymous on Sep 28, 2015 3:26 PM
RE: Albert Gibbons
Yes, he was my grandmother's brother.
Added by Anonymous on Sep 28, 2015 3:20 PM
RE: Patrick Bannon
Thank you for transferring his memorial.
Added by wafe on Sep 18, 2015 3:14 PM
James Joseph Campbell
This link [ ] to his KY dth rcd supports the changes submitted via the edit process.
Added by wafe on Sep 10, 2015 9:52 PM
Denise A. Bumpus Matthew
RE: Calvary Cemetery, Louisville, KY
First I typed in the name I was looking for and got nothing. So I was going to look at all of the graves just in case the name had been misspelled. In the links section in the top right corner it shows 15,666 internments but the number is in black. In other cemeteries this number is highlighted and you can bring up every grave listed for that cemetery.
Added by Denise A. Bumpus Matthew on Sep 08, 2015 7:27 AM
Sue Sanford-Ring
Re: Grover Sanford memorial
Hi, Steve,
Thank you for creating a memorial for my Great Uncle, Grover Sanford. I remember my grandmother telling me that he died so young. I believe he died of Diphtheria that killed a number of people in Lead in 1900.

Added by Sue Sanford-Ring on Sep 07, 2015 1:38 PM
Denise A. Bumpus Matthew
Calvary Cemetery, Louisville, KY
Is there a reason why none of the graves in this cemetery are viewable? I am searching for my Grandfather who is supposed to be buried in this Cemetery but the entire view all graves is not searchable.
Added by Denise A. Bumpus Matthew on Sep 04, 2015 8:32 AM
RE: Kathrine Brown
Thanks so much for making the correction!
Added by Bootsie on Aug 19, 2015 12:23 PM
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