|Barbara Cramer Baum (#47640375)|
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|Diane McBane||William J Smith|
First I have to apologize. I originally clicked "fulfill" on your photo request & uploaded the William Smith from Raccoon Cemetery. But then when I went to the memorial page I realized it was the wrong Smith. I deleted the photo but because I originally clicked on "fulfill", it removed your photo request. I am so sorry. You can request it again.
However in Raccoon Cemetery the only William Smith died in 1867 and his wife was Christena. The other Smiths are Brunton W, David, Hugh, Jane, Joseph Jr & Joseph Sr.
If you want this William Smith's photo let me know and I'll send it to you.
|Bob McCain||Daniel & Matilda McCain|
Thank you so much for the transfers! Merry Christmas!
|Bob McCain||Transfering Daniel & Matilda McCain|
If you click on the Memorials Added on your profile page then go to Daniel McCain. You will see Transfer Management on the right side of the page. Click on Transfer Management and enter my number which is 48494072 then click on Transfer This Memorial. Thank you so much for your kind consideration.
|Bob McCain||RE: Daniel & Matilda McCain|
Thanks for the transfer!!
This is what I found on how it is done:
How do I transfer a memorial that I manage to another contributor or to Find A Grave to manage and update?
You must be logged in, and you must manage the memorial you are going to transfer. You will also need the other contributor's Contributor ID #. They should have provided that number when they asked for the transfer (it is next to their name on their contributor page). If you are transferring the memorial to Find A Grave to manage, the contributor ID # is 8. (If you would like to transfer all of the memorials you have added to a particular cemetery to Find A Grave to manage, please send us an email with your contributor ID # and a link to the cemetery involved, and we can transfer your memorials to Find A Grave for you all at once.)
After you log in, go to the memorial page you are going to transfer. There will be a link on the right side of the memorial page, under the person's name, that says Transfer Management. Click on the link. Add the other contributor's ID # in the box on the Transfer Management of Memorial page that comes up, and click on the transfer this memorial button. NOTE: Once you have transferred the memorial, you will no longer be able to edit or update it.
|Bob McCain||Daniel & Matilda McCain|
May I request the transfer of Daniel and Matilda McCain's memorials? Daniel is my second great-grandfather. I would be most appreciative to you for honoring my request.
Robert Ralph McCain
|AAW||Mr Bennis d. 1960|
May I respectfully suggest that Mr. Bennis is unlikely to be buried in Golden Gate Cemetery in SF if he died 1960, as that cemetery has been defunct since about 1909. More likely he is buried in Golden Gate NATIONAL Cemetery which is near SF (in San Bruno). GG National cemetery was begun in the 1940s for veterans and their families. I suggest you check your records, and transfer your memorial if you find he is in Golden Gate NATIONAL.
Added by AAW on May 21, 2014 12:35 AM
I am photographing Pittsburgh cemeteries. I have over 300 thousand pix and the weather is breaking and will be adding pic to my collection. I am always seeking volunteers to help. If you have some time, send me an email
email@example.com. I am just finishing St. Annes in Castle Shannon and see that you have some requests there. Bill
|Michael Cannon||RE: Hilda Reott|
You're welcome for the photo. I didn't get that one a moment too soon. We have six inches of snow on the ground today. I don't have as many photos as I would like. I have very few Leinenbach photos. I don't believe I have any of the Kirk family. Occasionally I get lucky and find a decent one I can use from the microfilm, but that's pretty rare. I wish I could do better.
I am sorry to say that I do not have any pictures of this part of the family. I wish I could help you.
|Franny ||RE: Raymond and Angela Oesterling|
Added by Franny on May 22, 2013 11:15 AM
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