|Rick Calvert (#47133195)|
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|DeLoy Duff||Mary Elizabeth Farris Miller|
I see on the above mentioned memorial that you placed a picture. This is my grandmother on my Mother's side. I had never seen this picture before and am wondering if you were related to my Grandmother and her daughter, my Mother Martha Jane Miller Duff....I am the youngest child of Martha and was priveleged to meet Grandma Miller when I was five years old, Also my entire family had traveled from Idaho when Grandma took sick, and I was present when she passed on. My mother asked for the bolster pillow grandma passed away on. Years later, when recovering the bolster pillow, they found a "feather crown" perfectly formed and intact. I would love to know how you came into possession of the picture, and will give you sincere thanks and appreciation for your doing so. Grandma passed on at 88 years and my Mother at the age of 99 and three quarters months....Sincerely, DeLoy William email@example.com
|Luella Taylor||RE: C.A. Durham|
Thank you. If you ever recall the name of the book you used it would be helpful to me.
|Luella Taylor||C.A. Durham|
Thanks for the great picture. Where did you get it. I am looking for information on him and his service. His sister (Zulia Durham Corbett) was my gggrandmother.
|B24CoPilotNiece||LCDR Harold L Mooney, Jr~|
Thank you, Rick, also for posting and sharing the great military photo! What a great loss. Blessings~ Jana
|B24CoPilotNiece||Shelby Vaughn Penn Mooney~|
Hi- Thank you so much, Rick, for posting the wonderful photo! She was just lovely. I am so sad for the loss of these fine folks who served our country. Blessings~ Jana
|Orlena||Lawrence, William 27020761|
Thank you so much for adding the photos to
Lawrence, William 27020761
Quaker Valley Cemetery
Unfortunately, the two photos are exactly the same. Would you please remove one of them?
Added by Orlena on May 12, 2013 3:19 PM
|Sharon Shown||RE: Joseph Newton Spence|
I sent a quick note before I researched back through my orig post to you and why I did what I did. Seems that there were duplicates of which yours did not have a gravesite. There wasn't anything related to dates, photographs or the like. The point was to have a photo on whomever decided to keep the memorial. As a contributor to Find A Grave and a retired Accountant it was important for information to be exact. I have found that since my retirement I have continued this dedication and exactness in my ancestry hobby. As I mentioned I will make sure that all I have is accurate prior to my posts in the future.
|Sharon Shown||RE: Joseph Newton Spence|
So sorry that I didn't get the info correct. Forgive me for the error. The photos often do not have dates...I will remember next time not to post photos for your memorials.
|Sharon Shown||Joseph Newton Spence|
It appears that you and I have located the same two photos on Find A Grave. There is another one for Spence and his Find A Grave# 91195148 reveals additional information on where he is buried plus an 'older' photo of Spence and his wife. Personally, all the work that everyone does on Find A Grave is exemplary, however, having duplicates makes confusion. I do hope that you will consider removing your memorial since it has no burial information and the other has a personal photo. This could mean that the other memorial has a personal connection possibly. At any rate, I am sure that you and other contributor will get it all worked out. Having duplicates is also akin to 'chalk on a chalkboard' for me because there are so many duplicates all through Find A Grave. How frustrating it seems to be for me. Thanks again
|Sharon Shown||William Wesley Sell|
I have noticed that this a duplicate of another William Wesley Sell Find A Grave#106664980 which I added the photo of him to that memorial because it has the location and place where William Sell is buried. I suppose that you and the other contributor will have to sort that all out. In my opinion, there shouldn't be more than one memorial. Just letting you know.
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