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I've seen old cemeteries with headstones sunken so far into the ground I couldn't even see the name at the top of the stone. I've see illegible weathered headstones and headstones damaged by careless lawn care or vandalism. I've read about entire cemeteries that are physically lost and gone forever. If we're lucky, someone long ago made a record of the cemetery,but we aren't always that lucky. My first surname search on this site brought up 6 listings nationwide. Six. I knew there were at least 20 headstones with that surname in one cemetery back home. This is why I do what I do. |
I receive numerous requests for links, adds, corrections, additional genealogy info, etc. The information I have listed in the memorial came from the headstone, in the cemetery. Definitely let me know if there's a mistake on the memorial information. If you want the person's genealogy information on the memorial, please submit a SAC and request transfer of the memorial. I'm not related to 99.9% of the memorials I manage. If you know enough info to send a SAC with info I can't see/don't have time to verify - you may find that memorial transferred to you. Not because I don't care, but rather I don't have the time to research each of the 8,000+ memorials I manage. If you want me to transfer a memorial please be sure you're logged in before submitting your SAC - otherwise I don't have your member # for the transfer. Please keep in mind I don't check for requests daily - sometimes even weekly. This doesn't mean that I'm not active in FaG or ignoring your requests. It just means that I'm a little busy at the moment. By all means submit another request if you think I missed you. I'll get to it. Have a great day!
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You have handled many edits and transfers for me during the year.
Added by JET on Dec 17, 2014 6:58 PM
Silas 1766-1822 was the son of Joseph and Ruth (Hayhurst) Warner. Joseph and Ruth Warner were from Bucks Cty, Pa. Silas was married to Sarah Warnock 1781-1862. They had a son Joseph Warner 1810-1845.
Added by BarbR on Nov 27, 2014 3:39 PM
|Kim Russo||Amos V Bailey # 31955846|
Hi! Thank you so much for all of your time and effort creating this memorial for my 3x-great grandfather. I just added his son's memorial, and also found information about Amos's service in the Civil War. I'd like to create a bio for him. If he is not related to you, please consider transferring the memorial to me? Again, thank you for all of your time and hard work!
|Brian DesErmia||Ogden Zion Cemetery|
You posted a cemetery photo for the Ogden Cemetery back in 2008. I don't know if you live nearby or know the cemetery well, but I was just there yesterday for the first time and don't recall seeing the building that's in your photo. Am I wrong? It's a very nice cemetery on Horton Rd. in the middle of flat open farm land.
|Suzanne Thayne||Unkown Dibell|
Old Kingsville Corners
Her name is Antoinette. Could you please add this information to the memorial
|I love genealogy||Wrong parents|
I made a mistake, I had asked to link C Walter Proctor to John L and Alma V, but we recently found that he is not the right C W Proctor, ours was Charles WILBUR,, not Walter, and I am so sorry for the mixup. Could you please ‘unconnect’ them.
Your C Walter Proctor is Memorial no. 28911990
Thank you so much!
|Barbara Yeager||35496382 James Harvey Stone|
I think the two photo's may show my great grand father's grave and my great great grand father's grave in the pictures for James Harvey Stone Jr.
One is for James Harvey Stone Sr and the other is for John Theodore Stone. Would you be able to verify that?
Thanks for transferring my great-grandparents.
Added by JET on Aug 08, 2014 6:30 PM
|JET||Hicks and Diven|
Thanks very much for the prompt transfer of my ancestors postings.
Added by JET on Jul 24, 2014 9:57 AM
|JET||RE: Hi Pege|
I understand there are other priorities.
Added by JET on Jun 27, 2014 9:25 PM
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