YOU may use any of my Find-A-Grave photos you wish for your personal/NON-commercial use ~ with NO further approval from me. S Buller is married, has 2 grown sons, a beautiful daughter [by marriage], a terrific wife, 3 grandchildren, & is a US Navy Vietnam Era veteran. Any info on the Henry J Buller family/relatives of the Conrad Holdeman family is greatly appreciated.
Notes: ****If you volunteer on this website and decide you no longer want to maintain the records please transfer your records to someone who has an active account and willing to take them over. I am one of many willing to take over records. This really helps reduce duplicates. It would also be a good idea to leave someone instructions on how to do these transfers should you go inactive without warning.**** ~~~~~~~ Duplicates: It is never my intention to create a duplicate on purpose. If you come across a duplicate I have made, please use the SAC and let me know. Nicely, please. I'll be happy to remove it. Please don't create a duplicate of my memorials...
And for those that don't seem to get what a dupe is: If I enter a memorial on Febr. 1st for Jacob Carter and then someone else enters another memorial for the same Jacob Carter on Febr. 19th, the one entered on Febr. 19th is the duplicate, not mine. And, you should remove the dupe! ~~~~~~~ Due to all the new find a grave members who show no respect for us (dedicated members for few or many years) I will only check email & messages about thrice a month & do a limited amount of research while processing the requested photo. I will fix what I can, when I can, & if I can.
I try to be as accurate as possible, but sometimes mistakes are made. Please feel free to help me correct them. At times there are different dates on headstones vs. death records. These dates I cannot correct, these are original records. If graves have been moved to other cemeteries, I didn't do it...someone else made that decision. Usually, if I say I couldn't find the stone...it wasn't without some concentrated effort (my wife is just like a bulldog when it comes to finding stones. --- Also, like many other FAGers ~ I view the memorials on this site as loving tributes to our relatives & friends. I endeavor to "reunite" them with family, and if I am able, to add a tidbit of personal detail or a story about them. Also, if any photos are in error, then just ask and a correction will be made. ********************************* DEAREST ANCESTOR Your tombstone stands among the rest Neglected and alone The name and date are chiseled out On somethimes polished stone It reaches out to all who care It is too late to mourn You did not know that I exist You died and I was born Yet each of us are cells of you In flesh and blood and bone Our blood contracts and beats a pulse Entirely not our own. Beloved one...the place you filled One hundred years ago Spreads out among the many you left Who would have loved you so I wonder if you lived and loved I wonder if you knew That someday I would find this spot And come to visit you. -- Anonymous ********************************* Find A Grave rules: Transfer requests should be for direct relatives within four generations, this would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, & great-grandparents + please provide me a FAG #. Bulk surname requests should not be made. (See FAG Guildlines)
caroline jensen photo Thanks for adding the photo so promptly. This lady was featured on 'Who do you think you are' as someone's great grand just last week so I was surprised there was no photo on her memorial page.
Thanks again for satisfying my curiousity. According to the WDTA episode Caroline was born into VERY poor living conditions and was an amazing lady to survive all the odds against her.
Ida H (Smith) Good I added a few edits to this Memorial# 94997252 Ida is my great grandaunt. Her mother, Eliza W (Rhodes) Smith; brother, Myron Smith, and a couple of cousins are in Linwood as well. Thanks, Larry
Great job on Pete's stone. Thanks for taking the extra time to grab the shot of the art. That's just another reason why these photos are so important ... one day the art will not be seen on the stone, but it will still always be known to have been there, and can always be seen as it appears now.