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Long Black Veil (#47144843)
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POSTED ON FIND A GRAVE WITHOUT MY PERMISSIONS. IF PERMISSION IS GIVEN, PLEASE GIVE ME CREDIT FOR MY WORK. Using, taking, copying, retouching and/or enhancing any photograph that you yourself did not take, constitutes violation of Find a Grave Copyright Rules.


Please DO NOT post death certificates on any of my memorials. I feel a memorial should be to honor a person's life. If the date, parents are incorrect on the death certificate than what is listed in birth records are other sources, people begin contacting me to change the info listed on the memorial to match what is on the DC. As we all should know DC, tombstone have mistakes.

If requesting a transfer, PLEASE USE THE EDIT TAP, and tell me how you are related. Transfer requests should be for direct relatives only within four generations. This would be your siblings, parents, grandparents, great-grandparents, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Non-direct relatives such as aunts, uncles, cousins and more are not required transfers.

I do not link memorials to unknown burials.

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Russ C
RE: Filinda Barnett Comer
I completely understand. I am an innocent bystander having noticed their crazy unlikely 121-year-old relative :)

Thank you for the help,

Added by Russ C on May 31, 2016 4:21 PM
Russ C
RE: Filinda Barnett Comer
A summary of research is with the RootsWeb family tree here, updated in 2015.

Added by Russ C on May 31, 2016 6:09 AM
Liz Whittaker
Memorial # 163520509
First let me thank you for all your hard work in posting memorials on this site. I appreciate anyone who takes the time and effort to make these posts. But I would ask that you respect the family and not post the memorial until after the funeral. Would you mind deleting this memorial for about a week? Also, you have his date of birth incorrect, just fyi.

Again, thank you for your work. It is appreciated.
Added by Liz Whittaker on May 30, 2016 8:08 PM
Nancy (Mayo) Bishop
William Spencer Hunt?
Do you have any additional information on William S. Hunt? I'm trying to trace back the family of a line of Hunt's from Salt Lick, Bath County, Kentucky. Any information on this man would be greatly appreciated. In particular, I am looking for his father.
You can email me at if you would like.
Thank you.
Added by Nancy (Mayo) Bishop on May 26, 2016 4:17 PM
Barbara Howard Pointer
RE: Before Death
For future reference, a memorial created after death, will always be preferred over one created before death. The person you mentioned was not related.
Added by Barbara Howard Pointer on May 17, 2016 6:10 AM
Barbara Howard Pointer
RE: Before Death
Those rules haven't changed since I've been a member, because I had them copied. Still say it isn't acceptable to create a memorial before death, UNLESS it is for yourself. However, if the person you mentioned is related, they can contact me on the SAC to ask for a transfer, and I will be glad to merge or transfer within guidelines.
Added by Barbara Howard Pointer on May 16, 2016 9:34 AM
James (Jim) F. Kelly
RE: Same flower twice
I don't know which memorial.

Added by James (Jim) F. Kelly on May 16, 2016 6:01 AM
James (Jim) F. Kelly
RE: Same flower twice
I don't know which memorial.

Added by James (Jim) F. Kelly on May 16, 2016 6:01 AM
Barbara Howard Pointer
Before Death
Please show me where in the rules it states that.
Please read the whole answer where it states memorials should not be created before death and that the memorials created after death will be preferred. I'm not trying tp be difficult, but I haven't seen what you pointed out.
Added by Barbara Howard Pointer on May 15, 2016 9:35 AM
Your Best Friend
Hello Fellow Contributor:

You asked me how I know that John's middle name is Jay. The answer is that 2 different family members have submitted photos on Ancestry and both parties confirm in their photo identification that his name was John Jay Lynch. I understand your questioning the source of the data. When 2 parties confirm something that are in different parts of of the US, I feel that is a strong enough basis to accept the identification.

Thank you for your work on this site my friend! I use to accept direct contact from fellow members until a few rude folks became way too hostile towards me. If you go to Ancestry and search John Jay Lynch, you will find both of these submissions or you can leave me a message telling me where I can email these photos to you.

Your Best Friend
Added by Your Best Friend on May 11, 2016 8:11 PM
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