|Richard Moberly (#47003541)|
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My wife Terri and I no longer volunteer for Findagrave in Washington County Oklahoma. We will continue working on our family and friends. If we have entered a memorial of one of your loved ones, family or friend, let us know and we will always consider transferring to your care. Many of the volunteers in our area have lost interest in the work due to one individual. It is a shame. All of these volunteers have done a good job. None are perfect but have given of their time and effort to provide information for the many burials in this area. We are loyal supporters of Findagrave but we are all volunteers and the verbal, mental and email abuse we have all taken makes it not worth the effort.|
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|Sally Medlen Bishop||Your Efforts|
Let me thank you and the other volunteers for your outstanding work in listing the people buried in the Dewey Cemetery. You have over the years helped me many times. Shame on those that caused you or any other volunteers grief with their words and comments. I didnt realize you had stopped the work you were doing until after I had sent my latest message to you. Just know there are many out here that appreciate the time and effort you and others have spent on listing all the graves. All this information has been so helpful to all of us family historians.
|Sally Medlen Bishop||Dewey Cemetery|
Do you have a record of the following relative of mine being buried in the Dewey Cemetery perhaps without a headstone....
Burel "Viola" Audrey Anderson
born 7 May 1911 in Oklahoma
died 9 Feb 1994, Dewey, Washington, Oklahoma
|Joe Todd||W. H. Pyles|
Rich, you are one of the best friends of Find A Grave and it's members. I am glad to call you a friend and am glad send you any information for your entries.
Added by Joe Todd on May 31, 2015 6:21 AM
|Joe Todd||W. H. Pyles|
Rich, Check out #136586324. If this is the same person, let me know and I will delete mine after you have the information.
Added by Joe Todd on May 30, 2015 4:02 AM
|Phil & Donna Whitaker||RE: LTC Edward Sang Um|
No problem. I have done it myself more than once. Best laid plans!!!
|J Zachman||Washington County Oklahoma|
Terri & Richard,
Please accept my deepest and heartfelt appreciation for the contributions you made to Findagrave in Washington County. You made it possible for me and hundreds of others to locate our deceased relatives with a "click of the mouse". You also took the extra time and provided photos of grave markers, which helped with birth and death dates.
I do not know the circumstances you encountered in which your kindness was treated with such disdain as to cause you to cease your volunteerism. I am appalled that anyone would act in any way other than grateful. I have always deeply appreciated acts of genealogical kindness and am indebted to you for yours.
Joyce Gehring Zachman
|KRISTY FOX||In appreciation|
I am sorry to hear you aren't involved with Find A Grave any longer.
I believe that everyone should be remembered, and I am sure you feel the same; it shows in the number of photographs you have taken and the miles you have walked.
I, for one, appreciate all of the work you have done. You have added memorials of my friends and maybe some family members. I thank you for that.
I know you have touched the lives of countless families by your thoughtfulness.
|nita stolns||Maud Baker|
Thank you for your quick response on the transfer. Its greatly appreciated. Have a good day...
Thanks for the letting me managing Infant Swank's Memorial and the added features I'm sure you took of your time to help me out. I started researching right away and found out who I thought it might be, I checked all the odds and came up the only possible one. I mentioned earlier because of the time frame that I thought it could be a flu related death. After looking and studying I changed my thinking. No proof but I think the infant was a premmie and only lived a few days because of being tiny and being not fully developed. My great uncle passed from the same exact thing. Appreciate all the work you both do on F a G.
|nita stolns||Silas Miller|
Thank you very much for letting me manage Silas Miller. It is very much appreciated as well as all your good efforts on F A G
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