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For edit requests: SEND RELIABLE DOCUMENTED SOURCE OF INFORMATION. Census records are a clue but NOT a source. Family trees are a clue but NOT a source. If I can not verify with a quick search I WILL DECLINE. Point me in the right direction the first time and the edit process with go much faster.|
"Don't automatically believe all the online trees you find with your ancestors' names. The trees could be wrong, or it could be someone else of the same name and age. We tend to think people were few and far between back then, so it can be surprising how many folks in the same place had the same names. " Diane Haddad, Editor, Family Tree Magazine, FamilyTreeMagazine.com
Social Security Death Index does NOT state where the individual died, only where the last benefits were sent.
Note that Find A Grave, though a valuable resource for genealogists, is not primarily a genealogical website. Certain highly detailed genealogical data (e.g. census transcriptions) is more suited for sites like Rootsweb. Nor do I LIST family members.
Also, if you have nothing to add to the memorial, and just want to have the page because they are related, there's no need for a transfer. I have a lot of time, cost for travel, sun burns, bug bites and a lot of aches and pains involved in my listings so I prefer to keep them.
I have lived in the area for many years, I may be just as related to individuals listed as you are.
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