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Gone Gravin ♥ (#47532541)
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Bio Photo I have decided to discontinue regular contributions to the site for the time being. Edits will still be done within the required 21 and 30 days, but not daily as in the past
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Dr. John
RE: Arthur Hunter
You're right about him serving in the Civil War. I just copied it straight out of the Salem Statesman Journal. Ancestry had free access to military records this weekend. Here's what I found: Arthur B. Hunter, enlisted Oct. 20, 1904 in Tulsa, enlistment period - three years, born - Wichita, Kansas; age - 24 yrs., 8 mo.; occupation - laborer, eyes - blue, hair - St. Bro., complexion - ruddy, height - 5' 4 1/2", regiment (it looks like) 6 A 38, remarks - Dis. June 13, 1905, Presidio, S.F., Cal., for disability, Pvt. Excellent.
Added by Dr. John on May 25, 2015 11:08 PM
Darin Hoover
RE: Hoover Cemetery
Thank you for the information
Added by Darin Hoover on May 25, 2015 4:34 PM
Darin Hoover
Hoover Cemetery
I was wondering if you could help me find the Hoover Cemetery you posted about in August 2013, i have been in the general area but i think it might be on private property? any help would be appreciated

Darin Hoover
Added by Darin Hoover on May 25, 2015 12:18 PM
Kathie Miller Sarchet
I am at a loss as to why you find it necessary to send me EDIT requests. I have no desire to make any EDITs to my memorials. Please stop sending requests.

Thank you,
Kathie Miller Sarchet
Added by Kathie Miller Sarchet on May 25, 2015 8:58 AM
Dixie D
Joseph and Melvin Nickol
Thanks for letting me know about the duplicates of Joseph nickol and Melvin Nickol in Tomlinsons. I added my pictures to the right ones and deleted mine. Have a nice day!
Added by Dixie D on May 24, 2015 11:50 AM
Glenda Barry
Child Neff
Hey, turn about is fair play! I kept Child Neff and deleted Unknown Neff.

Have a good day!

Added by Glenda Barry on May 24, 2015 7:13 AM
Doc Wilson
re: Richmond Lovett
The is no "Richmond Lovitt" in the ANC database, so technically mine is not a "dupe." I have sent the original contributor a correction suggestion -- when the original is updated I will delete mine.

(Do you police every contributor's posts as closely as you seem to be policing mine?)
Added by Doc Wilson on May 23, 2015 9:02 AM
Doc Wilson
Aslias pages at Arlington National Cemetery
I had _already_ deleted the page for Done Kerns when you sent your message, so your request is superfluous. I double-checked the Arlington Mapper app to see is 'Lesare Mangini' was still listed -- he isn't, it's been corrected to 'Cesare Mancini,' so I deleted that one too. Mike Sinkovitz is a special case. He was a friend and colleague at the university where I teach, and no one knew him as John Frederick. This is a case where I think an alias listing is appropriate, so I intend to keep it until told otherwise BY AN ADMIN. If it personally concerns you so much, I suggest you report it to the Admins and let them handle it.
Added by Doc Wilson on May 22, 2015 6:06 AM
Thank you so much
I really appreciate the photo of Alexander Sewell's grave you took. Bless u
Added by Anonymous on May 21, 2015 10:46 PM
re: Henry Hammersley
Hi there! Hope this finds you well. I am writing to thank you for your recent edit request. I was not aware that a memorial had been made and was so pleased to see that one had been created. Had you not been for your request, I never would have known.

Earlier today I requested a temporary transfer from the creator so I may add a short biography. My husband is a direct descendant but I am not so I did not request a permanent transfer.

We have been trying to determine where he was buried for at least 2 years. We have made many trips to Gettysburg and all signs point to his being interred in the Gettysburg National Cemetery as an unknown soldier. I have been reluctant to add a burial unknown but in this case I am glad someone who is familiar with the Gettysburg and the Civil War thought enough to do so.

When I added photos from our most recent trip, I saw that you requested a photo.

Are you related in any way? If so I would welcome any contact and would be happy to share whatever information I have. Also, if you have information that needs to be added to his biography I would be happy to do that.

Incidentally, I will accept your edit requests. I just wanted to finish Henry's biography before doing so.

Thank you again, and for all your work on Find-A-Grave.

Kindest regards,

Added by 47730809 on May 21, 2015 3:33 PM
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