David John Buikema Dear David, I would prefer to transfer responsibility of this entry on Mr. Buikema to you. The material you sent for inclusion on his page has many names of 'living persons' related to him. Several relatives have written to me requesting that names of living relatives be removed from these Find a Grave pages because of privacy. In fact, whenever I have time, I am actively removing names from my entries - so I hope you will understand. For these reasons, I would rather not include the material you submitted to me. Best wishes to you on your future entries.
Joseph F Walton, Sr Just wanted to thank you for adding/managing my grandfather's memorial. It made it possible for me to find his grave, even though none of my family could remember the name of the cemetery.
Sedalia "Sis" Hilley I am with the Comanche County Genealogy Society, and I am the one documenting Stag Creek Cemetery. I found your post, but couldn't find any grave. The president of the cemetery association knows nothing of a burial for a Hilley in 2015. Do you know for certain that she was buried in Stag Creek, and if so where?
Paul John Niederkorn # 125674805 George, thank you for adding this record. This is my father. I saw this record and noticed no cemetary listed or marker pic. I went to day and got the pic and added it. I can't seem to do add the cemetary info. If you would be so kind as to add it. Knollwood Cemetary, Mayfield Hts, Ohio. Thanks! I am also a Navy vet! Go Navy! Thank you!
Santigo Taitano Breillatt Hi- Thank-you for responding. I have added the information from your memorial. I have mixed feelings about adding the names of the living, especially when they may not be aware of the posting, but I do agree it's important for his descendants 100-200 years from now. Wouldn't that be wonderful if this web site was still around. This site is a grave registration site so anything else, like links and bios, is icing on the cake. Ancestry and Family Echo are great places to build family trees and Geneology Bank and NewsLibrary store all kinds of documents and obituaries and are better suited since I understand Find A Grave's legal standpoint. We are on our own to add memorials using their guidlines of not using copyrighted materials, etc... But hopefully Find A Grave will go easy on me when they discover I didn't follow the guidlines to the letter. Very nice working with you.