|Brian M. Hass (#46547457)|
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|SPECIAL NOTE TO FIND-A-GRAVE MEMBERS: When I first started on Find-a-Grave, there were no record transfer capabilities and no family link features. I also had a lot more free time than I do now. Years later, when the family link and transfer features were added, I was suddenly hit with an overwhelming number of requests to make changes and to make transfers. Meanwhile, I was putting in more hours at work, making it extremely difficult for me to fulfill these requests. Now, I work at a place which has a shortage of employees, which makes my free time almost non-existent. Find-a-Grave has changed; and, my personal situation has also changed. I apologize to the people who have been waiting patiently for their requests to be fulfilled.|
In the past, I have painstakingly attempted to insure the accuracy of the information I have submitted to Find-a-Grave. I no longer have the luxury of checking this information. Find-a-Grave has created a feature which allows people to submit edits (and for me to simply confirm them after reviewing them). I don't have the time to check the information in the submitted edits (and people are impatient for me to make the changes). So, I am forced to simply to review the submitted edits (to make sure that the submitted information appears to be reasonable), to confirm them, and to have faith in the people who have submitted them. It goes against my grain to do things in this way; but, I seem to have no choice in the matter. I still maintain exclusive editorial control over my own private GEDCOM; but as far as Find-a-Grave, I am forced to yield to changes which are forced upon me due to my own time constraints. Find-a-Grave is a public database; and if the submitted edits are inaccurate, I apologize. I have done my best.
Brian Hass has lived in Beresford, SD since the late 1970's and has had an interest in genealogy since the late 1980's. Most of Brian's known ancestors are buried in Union County, South Dakota and Sioux County, Iowa. Brian's contributions to Findagrave include records for the graves and relatives and friends.
Brian Hass has also performed surveys of grave stone inscriptions at a number of local cemeteries and has submitted records for numerous other graves as well. Brian Hass' policy is to limit submitted grave records to those of marked graves that he has personally visited and to those of unmarked graves with citations of the information sources included. Brian Hass only submits grave records, marked or unmarked, for cemeteries he has personally visited.
The biographies submitted to Find-a-Grave by Brian Hass were composed by him, using information from sources such as obituaries. Brian does not submit transcriptions of obituaries to Find-a-Grave, partially to avoid potential copyright infringement issues.
Family-link, transfer, and other requests should be submitted through "Suggest a correction..." located under the "Edit" tab on the memorial. This eliminates a lot of guess work regarding which memorial should be edited.
Brian Hass appreciates any biographical and family-link information submitted to him by other contributors. Whenever possible and whenever time permits, Brian will attempt to verify this data by checking local microfilm records before adding it to the grave records. Because of time constraints due to his work schedule, Brian is not always able to do this immediately; so, patience is requested.
NOTE TO NEW FIND-A-GRAVE MEMBERS: When Find-a-Grave first started, family-links were not yet a feature of Find-a-Grave records. This is why so many of the records do not include these links.
Brian Hass makes contributions to Find-a-Grave on a completely voluntary basis. He does not work for Find-a-Grave; and, Brian's job sometimes prevents him from responding to Find-a-Grave requests and corrections as quickly as he would like. However, all requests and corrections sent to Brian are kept and appreciated; and, he intends to respond to all of them whenever time allows him to do so.
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|Bob Olsen||Barbara Henle|
Many years ago when my mother visited St. Joseph she had access to the Cemetery File Cards and lists Barbara Henle (3/8/1889 - 1920)
|A leaf on the Jenkins/Payne tree||Arthur H. Halverson|
A quick note of thanks for the update!
|Bob Olsen||Good to hear from you...|
Very nice to hear from you and I am sending an email to you at firstname.lastname@example.org. It may be a bit long and did not want to use the public message board. so please look for the email. Thanks, Bob
I am just wondering if you got my email back in June? You have quite a few of my family members memorials on Find A Grave and I was wondering if you were related in any way. I am referring to the family name Henle. Thanks, Bob
|Bryan Anderson||Carl A Wickstrom|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to the History of the 89th Division, Carl A. Wickstrom was a member of this unit. It also shows he was slightly wounded on 11/5/2016.
Might you know if your findagrave posting (Find A Grave Memorial# 42774832) might have served in this unit?
I appreciate your help!
|Scott Thompson||Margaret Larson|
Thanks for adding link and information on my grandmother Margaret Larson Stephenson's memorial page!
|Scott Thompson||Anna Larson family links|
Thanks for adding family links for my great grandmother ANna Larson. Scott Thompson
|Steve Seim||RE: Jack Horkheimer's epitaph|
Sorry for the delay. My wife went out to check the marker, and the epitaph has been added. The photo was added to his memorial, but it's pending approval. Hopefully it will be visible soon.
|Ken Richter||Barbara Frankman|
Thanks for the maiden name correction. The names Frankman/Frinkman has changed since leaving Sheboygan County, Wisconsin. These families are all related in the Centerville, SD area. A scandal and unhappy divorce tended to have legal Frankmans used Frinkman as a way to distance themselves from the situation in the 1890's. Henry Frinkman and John Frankman would have been brothers to my G-Grandfather, James.
|Methuria||RE: Mary Berman's Marriage Record|
You are most welcome Brian. I'm pleased to have been of assistance.
Added by Methuria on Jan 10, 2016 8:24 AM
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