|Dolores Davidson (#46872356)|
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I have just made aware of the NEW process of editing and adding data such as spouses, linking and other such data, I had NO IDEA I was missing messages, I have now completed all in my new EDITS box, where I USED to get this added info on a daily basis in my own email and I also was just informed that after a certain time this data asked for edit by YOU will expire and vanish, So for all I may have missed I am so sorry but this is NOT my fault, I have added many thousands of families and not just names and dates but entire family histories, spending many hundreds of hours doing so and have been here for longer than this bio says just with another name and email, If I missed your edit send it again, and if don't edit in a day or 2, EMAIL ME but do NOT send me an edit for a person born in Chautauqua CO NY BURIED in Chautauqua Co NY and tell me to add they DIED there too, ALSO the ability to LINK family is quite new only in the past few |
years and many of us have been here for nearly 20 yrs or more, I also know how happy some are to discover their family stories that I post, and if you are related and I am NOT I will happily pass them on to you, and make sure you have the correct facts before you ask me to change my post.
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|Jeff Donaldson||Edwin C. Williams (79802063)|
Hi! This is Jeff Donaldson. I found on a web-site a Civil War picture of Edwin C. Williams was there. He enlisted as a Private on 19 August 1861 at the age of 25. Edwin Williams also enlisted in Company G, 49th Infantry Regiment New York on 30 August 1861. He received a disability discharge Company G, 49th infantry Regiment New York on 03 February 1862 in Camp Griffin, VA. Wife:Caslista Turner Dorsett Williams. Parents:James Williams and Esther Tracy Williams.Is your memorial of Edwin C.Williams the same person that was in the Civil War?(I Peter 5:7)
Great information! Still though, with John (the son) being born in 1880, he would have been 60 during WWII.
Do you mean WWI ?
I've edited the dates on Sarah and Charles (Do you have a death date for Charles?) , but am hesitant to change/add any more information to John's (born 1880 according to stone) memorial.
Can you provide some sort of proof of his WWII involvement? He would have been around 60 years old at the time of WWII. Are you sure that the one in California is the same John Batson from Sugar Grove? How do we know for sure?
Thanks for the added info and looking forward to hearing from you,
I also figured if they don't have photos, some day someone will want one, and if the plot number is there, it makes it easier to know where to look.
Added by CABrown on Jan 25, 2015 5:14 AM
|CABrown||RE: Plot Numbers|
Yes, I realize it's not necessary, but since you don't have to do it manually I figured it wasn't a problem.
Added by CABrown on Jan 25, 2015 5:09 AM
|CABrown||Maple Grove, Frewsburg|
Don't feel bad about missing them, you weren't alone. But they don't really expire after 21 days, they are automatically updated, whether you want it or not. Anyway, just wanted to let you know that I've sent in some edits, a lot of them are plot locations. There a couple or so photo requests, so figure when the weather is better and someone goes looking, it will narrow it down considerably. thanks, Carol
Added by CABrown on Jan 24, 2015 8:59 AM
|Ward White||RE: William Fremont sponsored|
Hello Dee: Thank you for offering to transfer William Freemont Atkins but it is not necessary since he is my 1st Cousin 2x Removed. I would however like you to consider transferring several direct lineage ancestors if possible: My GG Grandparents Zebulon Burch Sr. (#46483613) and Margaret Y. Burch (#46502535). And possibly my Great Uncle Arward Z. Burch (#46654500) as well. I would greatly appreciate if you would transfer my GGG Grandparents Benjamin T. Holbrook, Sr. (#24078411) and Elizabeth S. Holbrook (#24078517). It's nice to chat with you again and thanks for your diligent work here on Find-A-Grave. Best regards, Ward.
|RoseOfThePlains||Find A Grave Memorial# 81776140|
Thank you for all your tireless work here at Find-a-Grave, you are a treasure. Thank you for the family links on this memorial. Best wishes to you in your work here at F-a-G.
|CABrown||RE: edits ugh|
Good, glad you're caught up. No, any I sent were probably last fall. I went to Maple Grove twice before snow hit, took lots of photos and as I added them is when I would have sent you edits. Every now and then if I know I have some that haven't been done, I will check my pending edits to see. I know I had some for you but since some of them were just plot locations, figured it wasn't that big of a deal, so I deleted them. The others would have been automatic in 21 days if you didn't do them before.
No, I've turned some down that I didn't think needed done, etc. People are fussy about some things, and they don't even know the people.
Added by CABrown on Jan 14, 2015 11:11 AM
That's the thing with the new way they're doing it. You don't get notices, you have to go online and look. I know, I didn't like it either at first, but now realize it makes things so much easier.
Added by CABrown on Jan 14, 2015 6:16 AM
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