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Find a grave is a DATABASE. Excluding cenotaphs, there is one deceased name listed and the final dispostion of the remains. Once a name is listed on this database, why come along and deliberately
add the same name as a 2nd or 3rd listing.
If 100 people had a sense of entitlement to list the same deceased person's name because they are related in some way, can you imagine how messed up this database would be.
Ancestry is a wonderful site for building family trees. Hundreds of people can list the same person. No problem.
If a family member is already listed on find a grave, be happy and please don't mess up the database by re-adding what is already there. If the listing is out of guidelines, put it in a virtual cemetery and use edit to add data.
Please show respect for the work of others and delete a duplicate name when requested to do so. Admin and others have enough to do. Thank you
I AM CLEANING UP DUPES IN MANY CEMETERIES IN SIMCOE COUNTY.
Many are entered under BOTH maiden and married names. Dupes standing out in a cemetery are being dealt with. When I am finished each cemetery, admin will run the deduper.
Some memorials I manage are listed under either just a married or maiden names. Check both.
WORKING ON CREEMORE CEMETERY.
It has a name .... "VANDALISM" and it is a crime of which you can be charged.
So someone comes to your house and chalks the numbers so they can better read them
Someone chalks your vehicles licence plates because they are old and barely readable.
Someone thinks it's great to chalk your neighbours house with grafitti
Well you get the picture.
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At Knox Pres Cemetery.
I am sending some edits.
There appears to have been a mix up in the dates.
Maybe you could take a close look and check up.
|William Morden||RE: Annie's husband|
Annie's Morden's husband was Elgin Mastin. They had 3 kids Floyd,Alta, Reidell. Annie later married Claude Tyler, they had 2 kids, Harold and Clarence.
Hope this help's
My Dad William James Morden Jr. passed away Sep. 7th, 2014. Joseph was his grandfather.
Hi, I uploaded grave photo for James Longhurst from the Elmvale Union Cemetery in Elmvale Ontario Canada.
I also uploaded it to his wife Mary Ann Crawford.
Can you please link the two together?
Mary Ann Crawford ID 97320042
Added by GloriaC on Sep 19, 2014 4:37 PM
|Merrickville||RE: Orillia obits|
I need a few obits from the Orillia Packet and Times (4 grandparents) but only if it is convenient for you to do. I don't want anyone to go to too much trouble since I could probably write away to the library via snail mail.
Are you able to look up Orillia obits?
|Merrickville||RE: Joshua Bacon|
Thanks for the Manitoba hint. Are you related to the Bacons?
|karen miller||Barney Willy|
You have him as find a grave 68701203. You have him listed as being buried in West Branch Township Cemetery~West Branch, MI. Can you tell me where you found that information? He would have been my great uncle and I have never been able to find where he was buried for sure but don't believe it was in this cemetery but one a few miles down the road which is the Catholic cemetery where his parents and my Grandma, his sister and other family members are buried. Would appreciate your reply. Thanks!
|Loretta Baughan ||David Badgerow|
The bio which appears on David Badgerow's listing is inaccurate (ID #101142319). His parents were David and Nancy Ann (Gordon) Badgerow - and grandfather was Henry, a French-Canadian Protestant who migrated into New York in 1736.
Recently discovered church records have established the family's presence in the Germantown region of New York between 1745-1767, pre-Revolutionary War, disproving family tradition of the family having come from France with Lafayette to fight in the war. Henry wed Gertruyd Muller.
It is unknown what the family's original French surname may have been because Henry appears in various records as: Bashreaux, Bashrow, Bergerac, Bergereau and Bergeron.
|Sharon Fulton||RE: re Morley Edwards.phot|
Ooops sorry! lol. I had a niggling thought after the fact that I may have messed up a request or two that way today. But have done so many I couldn't remember who or where. So thanks for letting me know so I can try again.
|Priscilla Parr||Agustus Willey #59192720|
My interest is with their son Edward's wife's family, the Macklem family. I just put in a request to link Mary Jane Macklem Willey to her parents, Jacob and Phoebe #44713999. They would take you to my 2nd great grandfather Martin Baker, from Whitchurch Township, York County.
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