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FYI: Most (not all) of the people I've listed on Find A Grave are in my very extended family tree.
I do not link to "unknown burial" memorials. They are posted against the Find A Grave guidelines and should be taken down if burial location is not found within 30 days of posting the memorial. The automated edit system may have let some slip through on me.
Due to the automated edit system I am not responsible for erroneous vitals/family links. I once kept track of all automated edit requests, catching many errors coming through the automated system. But life goes beyond spending all my time on Find A Grave catching other's idiotic errors. Doing good just to catch my own :)
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|Jo Roth||Mary Theresa Baumgartner|
You have posted a photo on memorial #86965350 for Mary Theresa Baumgartner, an infant who lived only 14 days. Since the photo is of an adult woman, I'm assuming it somehow posted on the incorrect memorial. Thanks for taking care of this.
Added by Jo Roth on May 28, 2016 7:56 PM
|Jean Kuzon||RE: SCHWARZKOPF|
I just wanted to express my deepest gratitude for all the help you've given me in my search for my mother's family history. Because you were able to tell me what seminary my great-grandfather had gone to, I contacted them and they've supplied me with his graduation picture, his ministry history (names and locations of churches he pastored) and his alumni obituary that was published in their yearbook in 1940. It was through his obituary, which I received via email last night that I learned (my mother didn't know until I told her last night) that they had lost an infant in 1901. I was able to find that infant's memorial on Find A Grave and have sent a request that he be linked to his parents (my great-grandparents) where he will be united with his siblings through them.
This would not have been possible without the information you provided and I want to express my sincerest gratitude. God bless you for your help!
|Larry Slavens||W. Carl Crane|
Thought I'd drop you a note about the edit I made to W. Carl Crane's mother. One of his father T.L. Crane's other wives (Victoria Dalby Crane) was linked, rather than Carl's mother Bertie. Here's a link to Bertie's obituary:
Victoria must have been quite a character-- married at least four times, not counting her second marriage to T.L. But she wasn't married to him early enough to be Carl's mother. ;-)
|Jim Williamson||RE: Updated picture|
Thanks Tammy for the transfer offer, I'll go tag Ralph, he was my grandmother's second husband (but grandpa to me from the age of 11 on) and I try not to request transfers that might be 'against the guidelines'.
|Sara||RE: Linking family|
Thank you so much, Tammy! I agree - I love that the genealogy software tells you how you're related. Especially when relatives are "removed"!
Thanks again ~
Added by Sara on May 19, 2016 6:58 PM
|Ellen SP||Anton Konsky|
Thanks, Tammy, for transferring my great grandpa to my care. I'll give him a bio and take good care of him. -- Ellen
Added by Ellen SP on May 19, 2016 5:33 PM
|Jean Kuzon||RE: SCHWARZKOPF|
Thank you SO MUCH for all of the information you've shared.
I will definitely update my records and forward them to my mom. She has very little information on her mother's family and only visited her mother's grave (Margaret Vogt Strunk) once, when she drove from southern Nebraska to eastern Iowa specifically for that purpose before she got married in 1955.
She didn't recall until I told her that someone linked her mother's sister's grave (Freda Vogt Krueger) to Margaret's grave that Freda had died just 7 months after Margaret. Only then did she remember visiting another grave in the same cemetery. Until I was able to tell her where Freda was buried, she has always wondered what ever happened to Freda.
Again, I truly appreciate all the information you've been so kind to share. My mom turned 82 last month and I'm desperately trying to fill in the missing pieces for her.
|Talissandra||Sgt William Michael Kaman|
Hello! I noticed you said that most of the graves you've added are extended family. Sgt. Kaman was my father (I signed up for Findagrave to add his grave, but before I could, it had been added). I am interested in genealogy and I'd be interested in finding out how we're related. And if you have any bits of family tree from Dad's side of the family, especially the part before the family got to America, that you'd be willing to share, that would be great!
|Robin Knowles Miner||127797915 Vaclav "William" Nahlovsky|
Thank you so much for listing this grave. I left a flower offering of Sweet William with a note from his great grandaughter - who is my cousin. She knew of his buial but knew the English translation of the inscription: "sleep sweetly dear father" .
She said there use to be sweet william planted at his grave. Thanks for taking the time to list this grave. You have made her so happy!
Robin Knowles Miner
|Jim Williamson||Thanks for the connection|
I had not run across Peter & Anna Marth's memorials yet, thanks for connecting them for me.
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