|Lynne S (#46971898)|
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If I create any memorial for a family member of yours you'd rather maintain yourself, I'm only too happy to transfer ownership. |
I've always tried to not take truly awful pix, but lately in my area someone's been disrespectfully chalking up stones. I strongly disapprove of this "method" and would discourage anyone else from ever doing so, as it's both damaging as well as illegal. I found that if a spray of plain water doesn't work, then foil under a soft brush (say, a 2" painter's brush or so) works to reveal many worn/faded inscriptions. And no harm done.
Plenty of great info in the "Cemetery Preservation" forum here on all the do's and don'ts, like using shaving cream [gasp!], proper headstone cleaning procedures & when to just plain leave them alone. What some consider "ugly" (lichens & mosses) may actually be protecting the stone.
As long as you're reading this far, please know my views on claiming requests: I see it as a courtesy - in that it lets people know that it's being taken care of...by way of saving people time & gas money. This is not some "competition," and no one's "entitled" to any "territory." All one can ask is to be returned this one little courtesy. --What I mean is, you can always message me if I claimed them, but you already have them (or are somehow bent on taking them anyway!). You might be surprised to find I'm actually pretty easygoing. Over the years I've found that Find-a-Grave's spirit is mostly one of altruism. "Claim-jumpers" only detract from that, and will make no friends here.
Update 4/2013: Thanks to some Person lying about his relationship to get me to transfer a memorial, I reserve the right to refuse transfer of anything but direct descendants and may request proof of relationship.
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|Laura Kane-Potvin||RE: Sizer cemetery photos|
Hi Lynne. I have pics of the Samuel Sizer Family Cemetery I can share with you. My cousin, Dad, hubby and I went to Remsen on Monday to clean the cemetery. It has not been maintained in decades. In the spring we will go and fix the fence (it's a three hour ride!). If you send me your email, I'll send them to you. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
How are we related? Below is my list. Lemuel Sizer and Samuel Sizer were brothers.
Antonio de ZOCIEUR / SIZER / (1707 - 1753)
My 6th great grandfather
Lemuel SIZER (1736 - 1820)
son of Antonio de ZOCIEUR / SIZER
Eli SIZER (1765 - 1845)
son of Lemuel SIZER
Luther SIZER (1798 - 1877)
son of Eli SIZER
Julia Ann SIZER (1842 - 1926)
daughter of Luther SIZER
Charles Melvin HUNT Jr (1876 - 1947)
son of Julia Ann SIZER
Lulu Roxanne HUNT-HONEYWELL (1904 - 1989)
daughter of Charles Melvin HUNT Jr
John Walter KANE (1929 - )
son of Lulu Roxanne HUNT-HONEYWELL
Laura Lillian KANE This is me!
You are the daughter of John Walter KANE
I am trying to find the parents of Leroy Liegel Jr. on findagrave with no luck. His parents are Leroy and Etta (Elderine) Hulda Giese Liegel and should be buried in the Sauk Co. Wisconsin area??Appreciate any help you can give. Thank you.
Added by D Giese on Aug 09, 2013 11:18 AM
|Lani Ueland||Leonhard Buehler|
Leonhard Buehler is my 4th Great Grandfather(Leonhard, Cecilia Bueler m Danuser, Elsbeth Danuser m Flury, Anna Flury m Lacombe, Wilfred Lacombe, Merylu Lacombe m Fisher, Lani Fisher Ueland, that's me).
If you are not related I would so appreciate it if you would transfer Leonhard's memorial to me.
Either way I really appreciate the service that you have given to so many!
|Oscar Sandstrom||RE: Mathilda Yorman|
Your guess is as good as mine. I'm guessing it's for her maiden name, but ??????????
|David Edmonds||RE: Salem/Honey Creek Ragatzes|
Dear Lynne, thank you so much for the transfer !
Bartholomew is one of my most prominent ancestors, who packed up his whole family and journeyed from Tamins Switzerland to Honey Creek.
He founded the Salem Church next to the cemetery, and many of my Ragatz relatives are buried in it.
Ragatz is from Ragaz, which is from the Ragazzi family in Milan Italy. It is all a bigger than life story over 200 years.
Your generosity is much appreciated.
|Bonita Guarino||RE: The Offerdahls|
Not really a descendent but they married into my family twice.
|Jade Schmitt||RE: Anastasia (|
Thank you for the update. Yes, I am related through the Walsh family, though not a direct ancestor of this John Walsh, he is a cousin.
|mds_familysaints||Accolas in Wisconsin|
I left Scott a message on his "wall" about sending links. Is it OK if I send them all to one place? I will seperate yours from Scott's.
Shoot me an email with an address that you would like me to send them to.
mark dot strobel at charter dot net
|mds_familysaints||Accola Family Memorials in Wisconsin|
I see you've started transferring memorials over to me for at least some of those in which I've offered some updated information.
I have a lot more corrections coming to both you and Scott. You guys were quite prolific in several cemeteries in Sauk County, Wisconsin. Are you related to the families there? My mom is an Accola and I'm related to several hundred in the area.
How would you like me to handle the next corrections? Should I just keep adding them to the memorials, or do you want me to send you a list of the memorials that I would like transferred? No problem if you are related, but I will take any Accolas, their spouses (spice?), and descendants that you are willing to transfer to my management at 47161948. Thanks so much for all the hard work the two of you have put into Find A Grave in Sauk County.
mark.strobel at charter.net.
|Karla Archer||RE: Sophia Lasch photo request|
I also was going to let you know who all is buried in that plot. Sophia Lasch, Albert Lasch, Albert A Lasch, Girard M Lasch, Helen A Lasch, Martha G Lasch & infant of A A Lasch.
I am sure that it is all family, but no stone.
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