|Pat Boyd (#47535632)|
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Just thought that I would pass this on... I have sent obits to Find A Grave staff, and they have posted on to memorials that they manage AS LONG AS THERE IS A REFERENCE to where it came from (i.e., newspaper and date of publication).
|Dave Everitt||Opal Anna Morrow|
Sir, the Opal Anna Morrow Miller you listed, her first name was actually Orpha Anna Morrow Miller, my great Grandmother. Born 30 May 1885 passed 4 Aug 1922. Burial listed on Death Cert 6 Aug 1922. Dave Everitt
|Timothy A. Taylor||Herb Taylor|
Herb Taylor as mentioned before should be attached to Memorial# 11242810 Hopewell Cemetery, Meigsville Twp., Morgan County, Ohio, Henry & Caroline Teeters Taylor.
Morgan County, Ohio
|Timothy A. Taylor||Memorial 80102820 Geo. Taylor|
Just noticed an error on a link to Herb Taylor in McConnelsville Cemetery, on George & Hetie Risen Taylor's memorial 80102820 In Deerfield Cemetery, Morgan County, OH.
This link to this Herb Taylor should be removed, as George & Hetie Risen Taylor's son Herbert is buried in Clarksburg, Harrison County, WV and is Herbert Roy Taylor Sr. 1894 - 1989 which at this time there is no Memorial.
The Herb Taylor currently mentioned on this link is the son of Henry Taylor & Caroline Teeters who I believe are buried in the Neelysville Grange Cemetery, Meigsville Twp., Morgan County, Ohio. I did not look to verify if there is a Memorial for them.
George & Hetie Risen Taylor are my Great Grandparents.
Thanks for all you do,
Morgan County, Ohio
|Ken Childers||Rachel Newman Risen|
It appears you have an error in linking Rachel Newman Risen (6685901)to William T and Esta L Newman. Rachel Newman Risen was born in 1852 and William T. Newman wasn't born until 1887...I know this is correct because he was my ggg Uncle and he and Esta didn't have a daughter named Rachel
|Rootslady22||Helen Sarchet's memorial declined|
I nearly created a duplicate memorial for her because she is not listed with her proper last name. I can understand if you are from the first marriage why you would want to include both surnames, but it is not how you do it in genealogy. For example, my husband's great grandma Cooley is buried with her first husband Elias Simms. On the memorial I list her last name as Cooley even though on the tombstone she is Fannie Simms. You can explain all details in the bio space provided with the memorial.
I only knew her as Helen Sarchet who was a member of my church. I will be posting an older membership picture from one of our directories on her memorial. I'm sorry to cause any problems, but will not ask you to change your memorial for her.
|Carole Marie McMahan||RE: Added Information|
You are very welcome! Glad to help!
Just found, scanned and uploaded another photo of Henry Thoricht I really like. Enjoy. :)
|Tracey Harry||RE: Family Connections|
You are most welcome. If any of these are your relatives, just say so. I am not against transferring to the right family.
|Crystal (Boylen) Boggs||Bailey|
I saw your photo that you posted for John W. Bailey (1830-1890) who is buried at the Ark Springs Cemetery in Muskingum Co., Ohio. I was just wondering if you are related to that person. I have not been able to find a death record of any kind for him and was wondering if you ever came across one and/or who his parents are.
Here is his link:
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