|Mike & Nancy Ridgdill (#47585642)|
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My philosophy about F/G is really quite simple. Treat me like you want yourself to be treated. Very simple. If I see a memorial that I'd like to have transferred to me, I'll simply ask for it. Likewise, if you see a memorial I've submitted that you'd like to have transferred to you, just ask for it. I could care less if the person is related to you, or not. If you want it, and there's no reason for me to keep it, you can have it. It's just that simple. I do this because I love it. A lot of people just don't have the time to do this. In reality, I have no connection to at least 90% of the memorials I submit. I submit them because no one else has. |
Like all of us, there are some memorials I won't transfer. But, the only time I won't transfer a memorial is when the person is in one of my direct ancestry lines, my aunts, uncles, a few cousins, and a handful of friends I hold dear to my heart. As for the information I post, feel free to use any info I submit. You do not need my permission. That's why I put it on here in the first place.
If I request a memorial to be transferred to me, it is usually a direct ancestor, or a very close aunt, uncle, or cousin. On rare occasions, I may even request a memorial of a very dear friend. The only deviation from this is that from time to time I may request the memorial transfer of a Confederate soldier, if it's apparent the soldier is probably not related to the submitter. But, no matter who's memorial I request, I always stipulate, "unless this person is your relative." However, if you don't want to make the transfer, at least give me a good reason why you won't. But, please, don't completely ignore me. That's just being rude.
And, please, if you're going to take the time to create a new cemetery, make sure you have the correct name, provide the complete address, accurate written directions, and the correct map. It doesn't take much time, and can ensure future submissions are added to the right cemeteries.
Otherwise, I have been researching my family genealogy for over thirty years. I have published three books so far, Confederate Graves of Emanuel County, Georgia, in 2009, a color edition of the book in 2010, and The Ridgdill Genealogy, in 2011. All are available online.
Thank you for your cooperation.
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|Cindy Gordon||RE: Jeff Gunn|
It was my pleasure too. Have a blessed day. Cindy
|Forman||RE: Elijah Foreman|
Hi Mike & Nancy; I know Elijah is not related to you. However, I am forever grateful to you for finding his last resting place. May the Most High God continue to bless you for your generosity. Thank you so much. Love, Forman
Added by Forman on Jul 16, 2016 7:17 AM
|Patricia Richardson Tillman||RE: Mildred Whitmire Youmans|
Don't know what happened to the reply I just did, read it after posting and now its gone.
No I am not related but thanks for offering to transfer her memorial. Just linking relatives to a memorial I did from a newspaper obit.
Have a blessed day,
|Patricia Richardson Tillman||Bio|
Mike & Nancy,
Enjoyed reading your profile, thanks for sharing. I get great joy from doing memorials of veterans and always leave a flag thank you for your service. Don't run across too many Confederate Memorials, only can recall one in the Bethlehem Methodist Cemetery, Jackson County, Hoschton, Ga. which is within 3 miles of my house.
If I can ever help with your research in any way or with memorials you are doing, just shoot me a message.
|P. Eadie||RE: Louis A. Moore #120171462|
Good Morning Mike,
You are very welcome! Happy to assist. Pat
Added by P. Eadie on Jun 06, 2016 6:22 AM
|Regina Derrenberger||RE: Pvt Marlin Leroy Pigott #64505813|
your welcome, glad I could help.
|Frank Rinesmith||RE: PFC John Kenneth Powers|
I was glad to do it. Thanks for coming back at me. Best I could do on his marker. Cleaned it with wet rag only. I enhanced it, but still doesn't have a nice appearance. I may have gone to school with him. Went to Bo. Co. High School with a Powers who quit school and joined the military who was later killed in action. His girlfriend at the time was Eunice Carpenter, who had a hard time coping with his death. Anything else I can do for you, let me know. Have a great day.
Thank you so much for taking the time to answer my question. It was a great help. I'm still trying to link Exelina with documentation. I saw that you made a comment on the memorial of her mother Rachel also. Do you know which records link them? DAR applications list Robert, Henry, and Hettie. I'd love to link Exelina. My email is stayathomelibrarian at gmail dot com. I would appreciate any information you have.
Added by Manda C on Apr 11, 2016 5:27 PM
|Teresa Bruton||John and Anna Shepard|
Thank you for adding and sharing your information about John and Anna Dillard Shepard. I have been trying to untangle some of the various birth dates, marriage dates and birth places for this couple. I descend through both their son Samuel ( and their daughter Anna.
I made a page without a picture of a tombstone and received a message from someone threatening to report me for posting to Find A Grave without a photo. I thought this should not be a problem and just wanted to link some graves of family members together. Glad that you were able to post because the information is helpful.
Thanks again for taking the time to share.
|charlie brown||RE: Jenkins Cemetery, Canoochee|
mr b johnson own the property where it is(he has pasted away)
when the jenkins owned the property starting in the 1850's they started burying people there.
when mr johnson was a small child in the early 1900's
he remembered going to services with his parents on this spot.
years later he purchased the property,that was planted in corn.there was no sign of a cemetery
so he took it upon his self to mark the the spot with a granite marker and kept it up till his death.his grandson does it now.
it is off mt olivet church rd to the left on sand lane rd.go about 1000 ft down sand lane the cemetery is on the left.it can not be seen from the rd.my cousion lacy frye who lived in millen found it in the 90's.he to has passed away.
i have photos of the marker but find a grave said it was not a good enough picture .i plan on my next trip to put up a small sign marking it on sand lane
needless to say it was a great find for my family
thanks for the interest!!!
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