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|Martha Yager||RE: Martin & Caroline (Twist) Dickinson|
You are most welcome! I enjoy adding more information to make the memorial as complete as possible.
|Larry & Nancy Brooks||RE: Jacob Alan Dickinson|
We also think the obits are very important for researchers like ourselves. Thank you for adding.
|Macso||RE: Ralph L. Hillman|
You are very welcome. I try to keep up daily on all my edits. Otherwise, I would be snowed under in a short time. I, too, saw that poem on another member's bio page and loved it. I just had to post it on mine. It speaks to those doing genealogy and contributing to findagrave alike. Feel free to borrow it from my bio. Chris
Added by Macso on Feb 24, 2014 8:55 AM
I transferred Mrs. Cooper's memorial to your care. I had taken the grave photo, but I received several thousand graves from Sunset Cemetery from a friend (Lew) who originally entered them, but can no longer manage them. We became pen pals as I photographed Sunset and sent him SACs for the birth dates on memorials. His records had no birth dates. This memorial has no personal interest to me, but you are close enough relation to warrant a transfer.
I like to have as much information as quickly as possible, so I try to keep up with the changes. I think it's most respectful to the memory of the people who have passed. My dad is a genealogist and an historian, and has passed the interest and passion for historical detail on to me.
My favorite part of Find A Grave is taking pictures of the graves. I'm working on Sunset Cemetery in Manhattan, near where I live, and Valley View Memorial Gardens.
Next time you write me you can call me Cathy. :)
|Linda Dorei Jones||Fannie Boutwell|
I am not related to Fannie, but to her husband Victor S. Boutwell. I added "Maxine" back to the memorial in the nickname spot. I neglected to ask, but if you want her transferred I would be more than happy to do so.
|Linda Dorei Jones||Fannie Weldin Boutwell|
Thank you for adding Fannie's parents. It fills in some blanks in my own family tree as well. I removed the name Maxine since I forgot to note who gave it to me, and I cannot find it in my own file.
Thank you for the information and the background. I have made the changes. Is this a relative you'd like me to transfer to your care?
|Barbara LeClaire||Viola Ivey|
California death index information
|Leon Barton||Julius F. Smith|
Julius F. Smith has been linked to his parents and wife. You are welcome and have a great day.
|eileen appelrouth||thanks for replying|
Hello. It was actually Andrew who got me started several weeks ago on Ancestry. We've been corresponding through FB and he suggested I check out Ancestry. My father Walter was the younger brother of Anna Mae, Andrew's grandmother. Because we lived in Jersey, we saw a lot of the Geraghty's. In fact, I used to spend a week with them in the summer(imagine their goodness.....with 7 children of their own, taking ME in for a special vacation!!) Aunt AnnaMae and Uncle Jimmy were mine and my brothers' favorite relatives. My parents, Helen and Walter Stacey felt the same.
I have already edited my father and one brother's Find a Grave page. It will be posted, hopefully, after the review. How do you go about having a picture of the headstone added to the site? Is there a fee?
Thanks for your help and for answering.
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