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Just think how much easier it would be if the AKC had my family tree....as they do my pekes!!|
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|Beverly Sprowl Teibel||Leaving Find A Grave|
I had no idea that Find A Grave sold to a "for profit" site. I'm sad to hear that. Thank you for all the wonderful things you have done, and the many people you helped.
Sorry to see you go.
|Marsha Fenstermacher-Binkley||RE: Josephine|
Marsha Fenstermacher / Binkley
|Maria Cole-Starliper||Thank you|
Thank you for transferring my Schweitzer Great Grandparents!
|Janet K||Thank you, and replacement memorial for Thomas Oplanski|
I am sorry that you are no longer involved with Find A Grave, and that your memorials are being deleted, whether by you or by the site. Your contributions to Find A Grave are much appreciated! Their loss will impact many families who would benefit from access to them. I am also sorry that other members have not treated you respectfully. We all try to do our best, whether others realize it or not. One of the reasons that I enjoy maintaining the memorials of family members, is because I like being able to correct my own mistakes, and refine the bios as I get more or better information. Since you have said that your memorials are being deleted, and that you don't mind people using your photographs, I have added my own memorial for Thomas Oplanski at Liberty Cemetery in Minersville PA. It was important to me to give you credit for the original memorial and for the grave stone photograph, which I did. I hope that you don't mind. Thank you again for making the trip to a difficult to reach cemetery and taking the photograph so that we would be able to see his grave. I wish you all the best, health-wise, and genealogy-wise. -Janet
"...Anyone can use my photo anywhere...I would recommend downloading a copy of the photo because my memorials are being deleted." Gwynspekes on May 01, 2014
Added by Janet K on May 04, 2014 4:17 PM
|Diane Gravlee||Taking down memorials & photos|
I have heard you are taking down all your memorials and photos. I don't know if you manage any of my relatives or not, but I would very sad to see the grave photos go down the tubes because I have not down loaded to my own computer and they are so valuable to me. You should somehow let people know what you are doing so they can save their relatives' info. I understand your feelings; I was upset when I learned about Ancestry's purchase as well, but then I remember that I was doing this not just for me, but for the nice people in the genealogy community. This is why I do photo requests as well. Diane Gravlee
|Trisha Thompson||Picture of tombstone|
May I use your picture of the tombstone for Michelo Fanzo, Find A Grave Memorial# 86010481, located at Saint Michaels Cemetery in Bethlehem, PA? I would be using it only for genealogy purposes and can't get to PA to take the picture since I live in Austin.
Can't wait to hear from you! And thanks so much for all the pics you have taken. I am trying to pay it forward also by taken tombstone pictures whenever I am in a cemetery. I enjoy the thrill of the hunt!
|Maria Cole-Starliper||Transfer Request|
I wanted to thank you for creating the below FindAGrave memorials.
The following memorials are my maternal relatives and it would be my pleasure to maintain these memorials; if you are interested in transferring management to me.
Gottlieb Schweitzer - 3rd Great Grandfather - Memorial #21810943
Josephine Schweitzer - 3rd Great Grandmother - Memorial #21810927
Let me know if they are relatives of yours and if you prefer not to transfer. I have some information that can be updated on the memorials.
Please let me know if you require additional information.
Thank you for your consideration,
|William Kazupski||Eleanore B Verak Naikelis|
I can not find Eleanore B Verak Naikelis at St. Casimir Cemetery.... Are you sure she isn't buried with her husband at Lithuanian National Cemetery in Justice IL ???
|Janet K||Thank you! Thomas Oplanski grave stone photo|
I want to thank you for taking the picture of the grave stone for Thomas Oplanski (Memorial# 111231019) at Liberty Cemetery. I have been unable to locate information on his military service despite knowing he served in WWI and having photos of him in his uniform, so it was wonderful to see that his stone had that information!! THANK YOU!! I had also read that Liberty cemetery was difficult to navigate, so thank you for making the effort. We really appreciate it!
All the best,
Added by Janet K on Nov 21, 2013 10:42 AM
Benjamin Hagenbuch and Lydia Walter were married by Rev. Joshua Yeager, pastor of Frieden's church in Upper Saucon Twp. They were married in the church year 1846-1847 (which is Trinity Sunday to Trinity Sunday). From The Memoirs of Rev. Joshua Yeager.
Lydia was the daughter of David Walter and his wife Margaret, and was baptized at St. Paul's Blue Church in Upper Saucon Twp: Born May 3, 1817 and baptized July 13. Sponsors: Durs Rudy and Catherine Hendricks . ( I am not sure how these sponsors relate to the parents, but Durs Rudy was a famous fractur artist of that time).
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