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Additional information and corrections are very welcome. Feel free to use my headstone photos too.|
If anyone wants to take over the management of their family's memorial from me, just ask; don't be shy. As long as you're related to the deceased, that's good enough for me. Please remember to include your Find A Grave ID number when requesting the transfer.
My contributions to Find-A-Grave are two-fold. First, I like to provide information for other genealogists in their hunt for new data on their family. Secondly, I strive to create a nice memorial tribute for the deceased so that family and friends are encouraged to visit the memorial and leave messages.
Please do not post complete obituaries on my memorials (too many problems with people's privacy and copyright infringement). Paraphrasing the main points from an obituary is great, and I'm happy to add that if you forward it to me using the Edit tab.
Also, please do not simply guess where someone is buried. Find A Grave will lose its value and creditability if slipshod postings continue to proliferate. We are the spokespeople for the deceased; let's serve them well.
From the Amador Ledger (Calif.), November 2, 1900:
"THE TRANSLATION. On the gate of the cemetery in Rio de Janeiro is a notice in Spanish, French, and English that no dogs are admitted unless led by the owner. This is how the announcement is made in English: 'Noble mesdames and gentlemen who may desire a dog to follow in this tombsyard will be permission unless him drawn by a cable round him throttle.'"
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|NHans||Margaret Schmidt # 95803140|
Thanks for your suggested edit. I added it plus I made a family link to Amos. I also found their daughter Eric Kay Engellenner # 13584498 and made a suggested edit to link to her parents.
Added by NHans on Mar 24, 2015 8:17 PM
|Sarah Howard Jamison||RE: Lillian Alice Hart Roux|
I so not know if I replied to this or not. Thank you for the offer of transfer. She would have been my mom's cousin. The saddest part is they only lived a couple miles away from us and we never even knew she existed. Her parents divorced when she was very young.
|Suzy & Rob||RE: Memorial 12089127|
James Taylor shares the monument with Everitt and Mary Pierce. Their names are on the front, his name is on the side. I've added this explanation to the caption for my photo. Sorry to have caused confusion.
|2 Spiritwalkers||Wayne Nicolaus 56928151|
Kathie, thank you for your recommended edits. We have incorporated your suggestions into Wayne's records.
We appreciate your efforts, thanks again.
Joe & Vikki
|lisa ciarrocchi||warren and grace marshall|
I would like to say thank you for the photo of warren marshall his wife grace is my grandmother ....warren pasted before I was born but my mom talk highly about him .....thank you again for the post
|Floydster||Sgt Robert L Salvage marker|
Thanks so much for posting the picture of his marker. I have been searching for his location for years - all of the relatives who had knowledge have passed away and I can't get any of his kids to respond. I also never knew what Engineer Battalion he was with. This just fills in a LOT of "brick walls"
Thanks again Kathie..
|Floydster||Robert L Salvage Memorial|
Sorry Kathie I forgot to give you my name and number
And thanks again
|Floydster||Robert L Salvage Memorial|
Find A Grave Memorial# 135573390-
could you transfer this memorial to me? Robert Salvage was my uncle. I knew he passed away up north but had NO idea where. Now Ancestry has found it for me.. I would like to add a few photos and stories to the memorial..
|L Mastan||Martha Lucas Toney|
Thank you very much for so quickly accepting the additions for Martha Toney!
Added by L Mastan on Feb 07, 2015 8:20 PM
|Rebecca Evans||Guinan photo|
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