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Johnny Paycheck's "Take This Job and Shove It" has been entering my mind all week. As of today (May 29) I'm retired and ready to start a new life. I still want to spend time working on Find-a-Grave as I enjoy it but I do plan to spend less time on-line and more time in the world.|
Many already know that I transfer memorials liberally, but if you didn't know, now you do. If you want all of a particular last name in a cemetery to take on as a personal project to put the pieces together, just let me know. Or if you want everyone in the same plot, I can do that too (as long as they are my memorials). I have plot information for most, not all, of my memorials. I've only denied a transfer request once for my 2nd great grandfather. I'm not related to 99% of my memorials.
Thank you for all of the corrections. I get so many correction requests it's impossible to thank everyone individually. I'll try to stay caught up weekly but may miss that mark occasionally. If you think I've missed your change request, feel free to send me a reminder. I won't be offended.
Newer published obituaries (after 1922) should not be transcribed to avoid copyright infringement - Instead, reference the obituary so others can find it; update the memorial as appropriate with information found; omit names of people who are possibly still living. I hate to see these come in because I know what an effort it is to transcribe them. I won't post a word for word obituary that could be copyright protected. A summary is perfectly fine.
Thank you for all of the updated information!
Please don't leave change or transfer requests on my message board. It's extremely difficult to keep up with these types of requests and I miss most of them. Requests should be made with the edit button on the memorial
Looking for someone interested in translating Latvian historical records. I can't read them but I'm happy to document in English. (I leave this note here to remind me that I have an on-line source for Latvian records that I would love to find the English translation)
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A AAA American ..., BLESSING, CatheaC, Larry White, Linda Robin, Mark Utley, Meges, Mike & Bushy Ha..., MTB, My Family Circl..., Neil, Richard Farrell, Scotti McCarthy, Stuart Strout W...
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|Judy Finger||Duby fanily|
Sorry I could not get the email to work for some reason
|Judy Finger||Alfred and May Duby|
You could either transfer the following to me #47430359 or make the following additions:
Alfed Duby #85825663 - born 1902 - parents are: Father Archie Duby #106885173 and mother Eugiene Vincent Duby # 106885093 and wife May Bonk Duby # 85825668 DOB 1900 - Death 1981
Thank you for your help.
Thank you!!! I appreciate it!
Added by JanMary on May 29, 2015 7:42 PM
Thanks for the transfer; I appreciate it. And thanks for all the work you do!
Added by Ted on May 26, 2015 5:30 PM
|PSGeni||RE: Transfer requests of Holbrook's & Godshall's in West Laurel Hill Cemetery|
Hello! Thank you for the transfer of Clara Holbrook. I think most of the other Godshalls are maintained by my cousin Sue. If you have any Holbrooks that you would be willing to transfer, I'll try to connect them all also.
Added by PSGeni on May 26, 2015 3:32 PM
I just wanted to thank you for all the work you do on this site. I have been adding a lot of photos and edits (of additional info) to your memorials recently, and appreciate the speed with which you process them. Thanks again.
Added by Lisa B on May 26, 2015 3:15 PM
|LibraryLady||RE: Requests for transfers|
It appears that you found the record, as I now show that I'm maintaining it. Thanks for your help.
I don't know what's happened with the email, but it also happened with someone else I wrote. Hopefully corrected soon!
|Judy Ber2c W||Corinne Robin|
Thanks for the transfer. God Bless.
|Nadeen Sobottka||Mary Roddis|
Hi, thank you for the information to Mary's bio. It has been added. Regards, Nadeen
I am going to add a memorial for Andreas Haberer, who is buried in St. Martin's Cemetery in Langford, New York. For his last name, should I go with "Heberer" or "Haberer"? The former was his last name at birth and the latter was his children's last name.
Added by Sean Lux on May 23, 2015 8:52 AM
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