|Calmly Searching (#47240541)|
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"When you remember me, it means that you have carried something of who I am with you, that I have left some mark of who I am in who you are. It means that even after I die, you can still see my face and hear my voice and speak to me in your heart." Fredrick Beekner|
First of all, I would like to thank the many volunteers that give freely of their time, knowledge, and efforts on behalf of people searching for answers and hoping to breathe life back into their ancestors, walking cemeteries, taking photos, editing photos uploading and creating memorials.
Find a Grave is kept up by a United community of genealogists, historians, (beginners and experts) all of which of course, are VOLUNTEERS. We do not get paid for what we do here.
Creating memorials and fulfilling photo requests is a labor of love for me. If you appreciate something I've added, please pay it forward! If you receive "freely", give "freely"
I firmly believe that our ancestors deserve more than just dates and a cold hard stone on their memorials. It is because of that I try to add as much information as is available to me.
When making CORRECTIONS & TRANSFERS
Please click the "Edit" tab on the individual memorial, then the "Suggest A Correction" link on the specific memorial you would like me to update or transfer. PLEASE DO NOT SEND CORRECTIONS AS PUBLIC MESSAGES
If I SUGGEST A CORRECTION to you, please copy and paste the info into the bio and add dates and places in the appropriate fields so they can help others locate the memorial. Maiden names and links to parents are also helpful. If you want to see my sources please just ask. You can also check the memorial, as over the last three years I have been trying to give credit to those that submit valid info in the bio of the memorial.
I spend a lot of time traveling, photographing, editing and posting my photos because I love doing it. It also gives me a lot of satisfaction if I can help others find their family. I do not mind if you use the photos for PERSONAL use.
I do not transfer to requesters who are rude/demanding, have no profile or who are collectors -- however,I'll always update and link memorials within a day or two or as time allows.
Transfer requests should be requested on the "edit" tab. Include your relationship, and your contributor name and number.
Keep in mind, those of us who list these memorials are only human, sometimes we make mistakes, let us know,and Never forget: We Are Volunteers. VOLUNTEERS. Our time and work are given freely.
The quote of Fredrick Beekner is borrowed from my cousin Mike Perkins memorial.
I am of the belief that no one is truly gone, until they are forgotten.
So with all this said, I will continue to visit cemeteries and take photos of graves, and hope someday to find more of my family,and maybe some of yours. Until then I will remain.... Calmly Searching..........
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|Brent Smith||RE: Winnie B. Comstock|
I am not sure if I responded or not to your question. Winnie's maiden name was Virgin. She was the daughter of Alexander (#67757877) and Margaret McGrew Virgin. Her first husband was Herbert LeZotte (#59680735) who died in 1917. She married Jack Comstock (# 44509583) around 1920. She died during a train robbery in 1921.
Thank you for the edit linking Mary with her parents. I have accepted it and the memorial should be updated shortly. Thanks, especially, for sending the source information for the edit. I truly appreciate your taking the time to provide this information. Have a good weekend.
Added by AZLITE on Jul 25, 2014 2:41 PM
|C. Fahey||Ref: 57372408|
Hello Calmly Searching. I was hoping you might transfer William Byers 57372408 to me. I'm in the process of working on a collection of "cowboys" that were killed during the cattle rustling days in my area: Tombstone, Arizona. If possible I'd like to keep them together for editing purposes as more information becomes available. Thank you kindly.
Added by C. Fahey on Jul 19, 2014 4:40 PM
He sure liked his wives young, didn't he! I figured that he must have wanted his second wife to appear to be older...but the first was younger yet! One of my grand-aunts divorced her first husband and married a guy about half her age. Both lied about their ages to the census takers for the rest of their lives--but their stones are accurate.
I'll be glad to transfer any of your family to you that you want.
Thank you for the very nice surprise transfers! Have a blessed day :)
Added by Deb on Jul 07, 2014 6:45 AM
|Deb||RE: Campbell Family|
You are most welcome. Glad to send them where they will be well cared for. :)
Added by Deb on Jul 06, 2014 5:06 PM
|Carla Szczuka||RE: #123549175 and #69823071|
No problem, I have had a very hectic few weeks so sorry if I have answered you.
When someone posts a problem, they should close the request if they know the person is not buried there. I did look just to make sure and then closed the request so it is not left on the cemetery list.
This is a wonderful site with just a few bugs in it to keep it interesting.
After reading the obit you sent to me, I noticed that I grew up a few houses away from Murl Cannon. His son Gary still lives in the house. What a small world.
Added by Cindy on Jul 01, 2014 7:49 PM
|Peggy||RE: Elsie Sanderfer Staatz|
I will make a note on her memorial page
here that she is buried in Durango.
Added by Peggy on Jun 26, 2014 1:11 PM
|Carol Lynn White||RE: Katherine Kingery|
I appreciate your help. It is her birthdate that is in question. Her death certificate states 1871.
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