|Connie Ferris (#47541532)|
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(GPS Guide - way at the bottom of this bio)|
I have been involved in researching my family history for the past 25 years. When I found Find A Grave I considered it a wonderful new tool and now I'd like to contribute to this virtual cemetery with bio's and photos of my own beloved family members.
Many of the memorials I manage connect to me in some way. That means I really want to talk to you if you connect too! Feel free to contact me through SAC (Suggest A Correction) or directly by e-mail.
My trees include a big connection to Norway and the names: Norby/e, Johnson (on both sides - oh joy!), Lien, Wigen, Nummedal, Behrents and Daehlin
My husband's trees connect to Scotland/Ireland, early America, Sweden & Norway. Names include:
Ferris, Pillsbury, Donaldson and Thorson
When you click on the Plot link, you'll see the "latitude" & "longitude" boxes. It will suggest: ddd.dddddd (my device gives me five digits after the decimal and that works just fine.) The "d"s refer to characters, not necessarily numbers. The first character is a "+" in the latitude box (although it works fine without it, as it is assumed). The first character in the longitude is a "-" (a hyphen) and MUST be used.
Longitude: -88.82451 (Don't forget the "-")
Back at the memorial page I always click the new GPS link to be sure it tests out okay and actually takes me to the vicinity of the grave within the cemetery. Look for a big green arrow.(You can change from map view to satellite view and practically see the headstone!) If you enter something incorrectly or leave off the "-" you'll see the green pointer in some crazy spot, and you just go back to "edit plot" to correct your mistake. (If I have sent you coordinates, I have already tested them and know they point to the right spot.)
I love this feature. Even with cemetery-plot locations one must still walk the graves to find people, but with a Satellite view, one gets the overall view of the section and spot within the section where your person resides. Please contact me if you have any questions.
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|Susanna Parrish Allen||RE: Chester Johnson|
You are welcome. ... if you get an email about me be sure to forward it to me! The more the better!
|Marie and Bruce Newell||Antisdels, Okoboji Cemetery|
Requesting permission to use your photos of the Antisdel's cemetery markers in our personal tree. Alvin is Bruce's cousin and the photos will make a great addition to our tree.
Marie and Bruce Newell
|Our Whitaker Families||Thank you|
Thank you so very much for the article about Lionel P. Adams. I am thrilled to have it and it's added to his memorial. I consider it a treasure and am blessed that you shared. God bless you.
|Charlene McGowan||Joseph Willis|
|Charlene McGowan||Maj Joseph C. Willis|
Thanks for the info; I have added it in the bio.
|Dr .Marie C Karban DVM ret||RE: Griswold Lunde|
your welcome, findagrave is really helpful. :)
|T Burt||RE: George & Linnea Dahlen|
Keep it - it doesn't matter. Have a great night! ~Terry
Added by T Burt on Oct 22, 2013 9:59 PM
|T Burt||George & Linnea Dahlen|
memorials now have gravestone photos. I requested and a person named Kate took them. She did a great job I think. ~Terry
Added by T Burt on Oct 22, 2013 6:12 PM
|Diane ||RE: Ellen Hanson Johnson|
Ellen was my great-grandmother's first cousin. Would love to hear from you when you have time as I assume Ellen is your relative. Thanks!
Added by Diane on Oct 17, 2013 5:20 PM
|Laura Myers||Allen Norby|
I have created the link to his father. Your first request back in May must not have made it through as I am just learning of this.
Will also transfer.
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