|Larry Parker (#47328870)|
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My cousin Kathy Surma McHugh had collected some Parker family ancestry information. In July of 2001 (I think it was) Kathy printed out many copies and passed those out to her two siblings and her 38 surviving cousins on her Parker side.|
It took me year or so before I discovered I had an interest in finding out more information about my ancestors. I decided to put Kathy's information in the form of a chart on my computer, so I could understand the information and relationships better. Then I decided that I wanted to add more names and information to the chart, including, of course, my mother (maiden name Zeller) and her ancestors.
After I found a lot more information, then it became harder to find even more. So for something to do, I eventually created 12 more charts for various living and deceased relatives. They are posted for all to see for free on RootsWeb WorldConnect. A link to my chart is below.
In 2010, I started creating memorials here on FindAGrave. I also submit information to other people to add to memorials they created.
I very much want to thank a woman I have never met, Francine York, who very generously transferred the management to me of 17 Parker memorials she had created, after taking a photo of 17 grave markers in Old Oak Cemetery in Norridgewock, Maine.
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If a member isn't cooperating, ie: declining your edits or refusing to post without proof, just bypass them. I haven't found anywhere in Find a Grave's FAQs that we're "REQUIRED" to provide proof.
Send your edits to firstname.lastname@example.org, include the memorial ID you want to update. Be short and to the point, this way they don't have to decipher what you're asking. I do this all the time when an edit is declined, or when a member is difficult.
I encountered a member who transfers their memorial to Find a Grave when I submit an edit. All you can do is chuckle and feel sorry for them!
Remember no one is perfect, we've all made mistakes. This process isn't etched in stone. If a mistake is made—it can be easily fixed.
Thank you for your contribution to Find a Grave!
Added by Connie on Jun 12, 2016 3:54 PM
|CarrieVirginia||RE: Beulah Porter|
Thank you for the update to her findagrave site and for sending the link to her funeral home record.
|Click Picture for Details||RE: Alice Griswold Buch|
Thanks for the funeral record for my grandmother!
|Kathleen Clemence||RE: Douglas Putnam and James Venables|
Thank you - edits accepted
|Kathleen Clemence||Douglas Putnam and James Venables|
Will you please provide a source for each of the death locations you would like updated for Douglas and James? Thanks -
|Patricia Steele||RE: Harriett Chubb|
Larry, thank you so much for my great grandmother's information! That was so thoughtful of you and it is information I did not have.
|Lღve Fღrever||JAMES FIDDLER|
Dear Larry: Thank you for posting Mr. Fiddler's picture so promptly. It's deeply appreciated!
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||RE: Florence A Gebhardt 154410612|
No, but thank you. Was hoping to transfer her.
|Anne Shurtleff Stevens||Florence A Gebhardt 154410612|
Thank you for the edit. Are you related?
|Lღve Fღrever||MANY THANKS|
Would you post your picture of James Fiddler #94388865, to his son Kenneth Fiddler's new memorial? It would be greatly appreciated.
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