|Janice Peay (#47222780)|
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A good percentage of my memorials are directly, or distantly, related to my husband or myself. |
Remember, you can post photos without maintaining the memorial, and I will be happy to update.
Please send an edit rather than posting information in the flower section.
In order to create a link in the biography of one memorial to someone else's memorial (such as the person's spouse or parent), you will need to use a bit of HTML code.
In the biography, you would need to type
< a href="http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=XXXXXXX">Name< /a>
where XXXXXXX is the GRid number of the memorial you want to link. The GRid is a unique id for each memorial and as such is the only thing within the entire URL that must be included. The "Name" is what will show up on the screen as a link.
You will need to remove the space between < and a at the beginning as well as the space between the < and / at the end. The spaces were added here to actually show you the code.
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|Kathy Margrave||Sarah Dixon and Family|
Hi, Janice! Thanks for the info---I've added it. Take care! Kathy
The secretary of East Akron cem said that Middlebury cem was once a part of East Akron and somehow they got divided. Middlebury is no longer used at all and most of the headstones are broken or unreadable.
I love a good challenge and will see if I can find anything out on his real whereabouts.
Added by EdnaCMc on Sep 22, 2016 4:55 AM
|EdnaCMc||Phedora & William Warren|
I looked in the cemetery index and they were not indexed - I will try to a little research to make sure they are actually buried in East Akron cem. A new group has taken over the cemetery and said if I can prove they are there then they will make every effort to find the headstone even probing the ground if necessary
Added by EdnaCMc on Sep 21, 2016 2:05 PM
|Thomas Hartshorn||Thank you|
Thank you for the info. on Lucy J Newell. Your time and effort are greatly appreciated. Tom
|Pat Gardner||Christopher Timberman #149723952|
I am working on a genealogy project for a friend whose husband is a Timberman. When I showed her the Find-a-Grave memorials, she was excited, but indicated that the Christopher was the son of Jacob & Catherine Earnhardt, not Jacob Christopher and Zibilla. When I checked the dates and did some calculations, I felt there should be another generation between Christopher and Jacob Christopher. The age for the child-bearing of Christopher would be likely improbable, although not impossible. Other websites also indicate that he is the son of Jacob & Catherine, although I am always suspicious if no sources are given.
I also saw the diary that Sam Maddox had posted which showed you had made a response, so thought you might be related, rather than just adding memorials, which in itself is a great benefit to those of us who are not in the vicinity of the cemeteries. I am trying to work on the diary information to see if it can be determined who might have recorded in it.
|B.J. Waters||RE: Edward W Graham|
Thank you, that is helpful. Maybe that part of "suggest another correction" does not accept that much info at one time? Whatever the reason, it is annoying, because on your end, it looks like it got sent, and on my end, nothing, so it looks like I've either deleted it or ignored it, which wasn't the case. Maybe you could take that question to the Forums and see if anyone else had that happen, and if there is a solution.
|B.J. Waters||RE: Edward Graham|
Sorry! The only thing was I saw was for his middle name, and another one for dates and places, to just "accept" or "decline". There was nothing received on my end that had any documentation or any narratives or explanations of any type. I checked my deleted emails and it is not there, either. Will you please send it again?
I'm at work right now but I will check back later.
|KsCityKim||RE: Infant Miller # 71364511|
It was found in the cemetery records. The date may actually be the interment date, but with infants that is often the same date or one day later. No further information available in there except plot.
I'm going through some of the older funeral home records that are available too so may be able to update again in the future.
You might try contacting the WyCo museum to see if they can find anything. Their number is 913-573-5002. They're great help out there!
|Bonnie Morris Conrad||Bake|
You could never bother me by trying to give me documentation to make my posts better and also correct. I love volunteers like you who really work at this. I have transferred him to you and I think the reason I originally posted him was because I was going through old Newspapers on line and found that article. Maybe I transposed the day date ,am not sure. If you could add his military info and the specifics of when he was killed it would sure look nice. He was a hero and deserves to be remembered. I have all the cemetery books for Morgan County so if you ever need info on a burial I'd be happy to help. Again thanks for your input.
|Virginia Brown||LaVerne Avanelle McGinnis Wood|
Thank you VERY much for the information about LaVerne, which I have added to her bio, giving you credit.
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