Submitting Airey Neave again for famous I've revised my bio of Airey Neave on Findagrave.com, still hoping to satisfy the unwritten rules, and once again submitted an application for their "famous" designation. Most grateful if you're able to take a look and cast a vote! Maybe this time he'll make it.
Mary Miller I understand your concerns for children, but May was 79 when she passed and I presume her children are adults. Obits are written and put in a public newspaper, websites have them online the same day they are published. Once the info is online you never know where it will turn up. Everyone should buy a paper shredder and shred every piece of paper with their name and address as the trash is the easiest place for scammers or someone trying to steal your identity can get information.
Charles Hevrin Sorry for the delay. I think I have fixed the issue with your relative showing up as a half-brother and not a full sibling. Basically I edited it so their common mother is linked to that Charles Hevrin Jr. But since I don't maintain Charles Jr's page, it has to be accepted. If you would like, I can transfer them to you since you are a relative?
RE: David Pence I was going to set the flowers off to the side, before taking the picture, because of the shadow that they were creating. But since we are not suppose to disrupt any memorials left on / near the headstone (except to remove any leaves / dirt), I elected to leave them in place. If you prefer another photo without the shadow, I would be happy to temporarily set the flowers off to the side and shoot another photo the next time I am at Sunset. Let me know.
RE: It was my pleasure. I was lurking on the forums the other day and came across your note about wanting a pony and how your grandpa wanted to get you one. I couldn't resist visiting such a dear man. You were blessed to have had him (as you know) and now you have a sweet memory. It doesn't get any better than that. Take care.