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Since my sister introduced me to Find-A-Grave, we have been 're-connected' with many of our family near and far; and met an amazing group of caring people ...Thank you for doing all that you are doing!
Find A Grave Edit System:
Please consider using the 'Edit' tab on the record to request changes to: Name, Birth/Death Dates, Birth/Death locations, Marker transcription, Plot or GPS & Relationships links for parents/spouse or to Suggest a Correction (SAC).
(this helps to ensure accuracy and makes it very easy for both Parties)
If you are family and would like to have the memorial record transferred to your care or deleted-please send your request via the "Suggest A Correction" link using the 'Edit' tab on the upper right of the memorial. This helps to ensure that the correct memorial record is updated.
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|Helen Currie||Find a Grave issues|
Please read the information from the New Brunswick Archives on their website. Too many people from Find A Grave do not give proper record sourcing. Also I have noted since Find a Grave is making money off of other people's family members special those who they mark as famous they have an obligation to do proper research on the every recorded person in full. Also noted there are many Canadian Cemetery listings that have been copied off of the New Brunswick Archives Cemetery listings without due credit to the work that volunteers and staff from the Archives contributed. Find A Graves needs to upgrade some of their Policies. In Genealogy one must Prove what they say. "Three records to Prove one Truth."
Dropping a note to express my appreciation for the time you volunteer to our 'resting' ancestors!
Added by Madre on May 16, 2016 11:32 AM
|Donald Schmidt||Hi Linda|
Re 133649581 Frederick Jurphkiz
Sorry, I tried but no luck. Go with what you think.
Thank you so much for getting photos of these markers for me. I hope I can return the favor one day.
|Charla||William Joseph Millan - Saint Patrick's Cemetery|
I have no idea if William died, in a mining accident but since you mentioned it, I am curious. Are there any sources you could recommend, where I could research past mining accidents/deaths? Perhaps the local records office would have documents? I don't know where to begin, I assume records should be available?
If you can think of anything, no rush and no worries if you don't know where to look either! As I said before, I just really appreciate all your time and efforts. You have been very kind and helpful.
Added by Charla on May 12, 2016 5:00 PM
|Donald Schmidt||Re Herman Boytinck|
I have tried to translate the name; Sorry no luck
I am not sure who the marker belongs to
|Nancy Stout||Grace Stromsmoe|
Thank you for taking a photo of Grace's headstone! I put up a request so you can get credit for it. I so appreciate you doing this for us!!
|Donald Schmidt||RE: Annie Swanson|
Difficult to tell if this is her; I would leave the photo for now.
|Donald Schmidt||Ivan Prohanoricz|
I believe you have the right photo!!!!!!!
Jun Wah Poon's memorial shows two different headstones. His is the white one. The black one belongs to Yang Qu Luo who has a memorial now.
Added by Wanderer on May 12, 2016 8:55 AM
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