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Disclaimer, The content of information on individual records may or may not be correct. I have had edit request for connections and changes on memorials, one time each party claiming that two different sets of parents were the parents of an individual. Edit request are sent without a source for information.You must do your own research and apply it to your off line family history.|
The only accuracy that I can be sure of is that the headstone photo's I have put on Find A Grave are in the right Cemetery. Other memorial I have posted came from obituary information which stated burial. Thank you to all members who post headstones to these memorials. Your hard work and dedication to this project is very much appreciated.
If you would like to request a transfer of a memorial that falls within the guidelines, please use the SAC (Suggest a Correction process)and include your relationship to the person you're requesting, and your F.A.G. number.
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|Dave Thomas||RE: Duplicate memorials|
I didn't use Find-A-Grave for a couple of years because I was so upset by your message and didn't think I could respond in a civil manner. I am a careful person and normally over-check everything. You may have noticed that this software doesn't find a match unless it is an exact match. I also have had problems in that I was using the correct name(s) when , perhaps, the memorial was incorrect. I'm going to submit information to update and expand the memorials for my relatives. If I make an error of some kind I will gladly correct it if I am notified in a courteous manner. Don't ever jump me in such an uncivilized fashion again.
|deanna french||Greenwooa Co.KS Marshall Hatch Civil War Veteran|
May I use the monument photo that you contributed to the Memorial page of Marshall Hatch, to post on the Vermont C.W. site? ( www.vermontcivilwar.org)
You will receive credit for this.
|Joe Roberson||Thanks for transferring|
Bascom and Hannah Roberson whom I remember visiting as a child in the 1950s. Know you are treasured for all your efforts in preserving history. JR
|Kathy||florence elealnor Allen|
I would like to add somethings to my mothers Findagrave but I'm not able to. How do I do that? Raymond Allen and Steven Loy Allen at Oaks Cemetery are my relatives. Please let me know because I believe you are the one that firt put them on the page.
Added by Kathy on Aug 30, 2016 8:56 PM
|Phyllis Nelson||Permission to copyy photos|
I would like your permission to use your photos from Find A Grave in my Grandmother's family tree on Ancestry. These are all very distant relatives to me but I would like to include the photos to help prove they existed. Thank you for your work with Find A Grave. Clayton Glen Hoffman #115480554, wife Edna B. Goering Hoffman #115480520, Glen Hoffman # 115481624 (their infant son. I will give you credit for the photos. Thank you for your consideration. Phyllis Nelson
|Denny Carlisle||Phillip and Edith|
Thanks for the gravestone photo for Phillip and Elizabeth Wambsganss at Grant Cemetery. Denny Carlisle
|B.J. Waters||Your profile photo.|
Is one of the cutest I've seen!
|Sherri Foote||Raymond Wayman|
Thank you for these posts. I have been searching for awhile. Couldn't find this grave as his last name is the only name. Not asking to change anything but his name was George Ray Wayman. Not sure if Raymond was his real middle name but his children all had George R on their obits. Sue was his spouse and Leonard their 2nd child. Leonard was my dad. Their other children were Ernest Raymond Wayman and Shirley Humble. Thank you for what you do!!!!!
|Barb J "John 3:16"||Thank you|
Thank you for the transfer of Minnie Leach.
|Steven R. Schauer||thank you|
Thank you for posting this. This is my Grandpa.
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