I will transfer any non Gunn memorial, please use the 'edit' & 'suggest a correction' method. I will trade memorials with anyone that has a Gunn memorial. One for one or if you have 50,000+ memorials you could just transfer the Gunn ones to me.
Apparently some F.A.G. members think they are more intelligent, have spent more time walking, photographing, researching and what ever else then anyone else. I send out edits because I found the correct info in my research which is real research, I look at original documents and I take a family member's word about their loved ones memorial and will fix any info even if it contradicts a bio or added story. The press gets it wrong, the stone carvers get it wrong, the funeral homes get it wrong and we all get it wrong.
ps I forward all rude, condescending, in-appropriate, arrogant, self-serving and down right stupid emails to info@findagrave. I have actually done this a few times in the past year, what is going on with people out there?
I have had several dna tests. Some from Family Tree Maker DNA, another test with Ancestry dna. The latest test (the Big Y, at FTDNA)put my ancestral homes proceeding backwards as; Georgia, South Carolina, Virginia, Connecticut, Massachusetts, England, Scotland, Norway, and 2300 years ago, Northern Germany. I am an R1b1a2a1a1b, R-P312+, DF19+, DF-88+. My Ysearch id is BSTUQ, Family Tree DNA # 222038.
I am finding that my male ancestors were a fighting bunch. My direct line has participated in every war including the revolution. My 2nd great grandfather #76873051 served with the 65th Georgia Volunteer Army of Tennessee. My 4th great grandfather #24881763 was a Private in the Rev War and the War of 1812. My father #20291944 was in Korea, Vietnam, and I was in the cold war and Desert Shield/Storm. I am a retired US Navy Electronics Technician Chief Petty Officer.
RE: John C Chumley I am related to his wife Cordelia. Her father Joe Lindsey and my great grandmother Mary were brother/sister. Mary was married to Dr. John H. Black. I am very much interested in the Chumley line as well as they seemed to marry back in forth with my lines. I am also related to the Belchers/Henry families.
Information for edits Hi, This information is gold to genealogists, but it's not really Find A Grave memorial information. Linking the family members in Find A Grave would accomplish the same thing and you can just click to see each on
Why I send the information:
When I send information for edits I am not asking the manager to add it to the bio. It is only for proof of what I am asking one to do. (If I don't send proof especially for family links then I am likely going to get an e-mail or message asking for it)
Occasionally I will ask for something to be added to the bio as a marriage record, obit etc, but have never ask anyone to include the census although sometimes they do.
I do think that the census have a place in the bio and add them to my memorials as they often show different places the family has lived and have names of children that have died or cannot be found. Sometimes it is not possible to get everyone linked and the census shows those members too. That is just my personal thing and I write them out as a sentence because I do not want to copy and paste a string of names and numbers.
I appreciate that you linked Pearl. I started out with one child for her father and believe that all the siblings that I found in the census are now linked.