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I was born in Colorado in a little town east of Denver.|
My passion in life is Genealogy. That is why I appreicate this site and hope to help by putting as many burials as possible on it.
I am all to human and make mistakes, so if I have goofed on any of your family, please let me know and I will make corrections. Also for any reason you desire a burial deleted I will be more than happy to comply with this request.
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|Marty Stewart||May Brown Stewart|
Then again...there are differences that make me think that it isn't her !!!
|Marty Stewart||May Brown Stewart|
I believe that May is my paternal Grandmother. Her given name was Sylvia Mae Fralick Stewart. Her stepfather was Alexander Brown. She married my Grandfather Joseph Stewart on December 24, 1913 in Seattle. My Dad was born in Gallup,N.M on August 28, 1918. Sylvia died on April 1, 1918 in Clarkdale, AZ.
If you find the time and don't mind, it would be of much help if you would delete the memorials you have for the Dowlers that are listed as being in West Union Cemetery in Adams County, Ohio. They are all buried in Athens County's West Union Cemetery and memorials are already made for them. I appreciate the ones you do have on here in Athens. It helped me out with my ancestry search.
|Verna Bridgewater||Elliott brothers|
Thanks for the transfer, I will get their bios added today. Thanks for the work you do.
|Ron Cruikshank||Clinton Ponn Change|
I will have to stay with 1913 as shown on his
headstone unless you have evidence of his
Thanks for transferring. Thanks for all the work that you do.
|Valice Raffi||Richard Coca|
Thanks for linking him to his mother, I'm not a relative, just a Find A Grave volunteer who liking making the links after posting a photograph!
I noticed you have at least sometimes entered middle initials in the field meant only for the person's first name. I'm guessing you probably don't realize that this takes their name out of alphabetical order when someone does a search for a particular name. For example, I searched for "Jeanette Brown." At the end of the list of all those with that name was Jeanette H. Brown ( entered by you), AFTER Jeanette V. Brown. If someone entered a search for "Jeanette Brown," and then only looked for her among the Jeanette Browns that have no middle initial (which would be at the beginning of the list), or among the Jeanette Browns with middle initial "H.," they would not find her. One would not expect Jeanette H. Brown to be the last of all Jeanette Browns.
I see you have entered an impressive number of memorials--kudos for all your hard work! I know it would be a big task to check them all for this issue, but ask that you please consider it. It makes your work potentially pointless in instances, if people can't find memorials of those they seek, which would be a shame.
If this seems overwhelming, perhaps you could ask Find A Grave to assist you. Just a thought. Thank you for your attention. I really am not meaning to be critical, but figured you didn't realize what was occurring.
Added by HJ on Jan 17, 2015 6:14 PM
Dylvin Grant Dowler is buried in the West Union Cemetery in Athens County, Ohio. He has a burial record on here for that cemetery. Yours states he is in Adams County, Ohio. I thought to let you know so other family members do not get confused.
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