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Pauline (#47917434)
 member for 2 years, 2 months, 30 days
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Thank yous:

I try very hard to thank each person that completes SAC's for me, even if they ask me for sources or leave out or miss part of it. If I've missed you, it was not intentional.

The "In it for the numbers" folks: I've heard this term used negatively, but those that transcribe massive numbers of folks for us, whatever the source are the angels of this site. Please keep it up. I have folks I need to find and I can't find them without you. So thank you for all you do!

Thank you to everyone who's transferred a family member to me, most OOG. Every transfer is a gift, but also a responsibility. I promise to be a good steward. I've made my "Biographies Finished" and Biographies Needed" virtual cemeteries visable, so those that want to see if I've done anything with what they entrusted to me can see where I'm at in that process. I originally created those just to help me track, but realized that might be useful to those who've transferred to me.

A little more:

I'm not offended when you:

Deny me a transfer (I'm ALWAYS asking for a "gift")
Ask me more about how I'm related
Ask me if I have a source for this or that
Give me suggestions, tips or point out an error

Temporary transfers:

If I have extensive changes to make, feel free to state it's a temporary transfer and let me know the deadline. Even if it's my second great grandmother that I feel emotionally tied to because of family stories and photos, I will ALWAYS honor the courtesy by transferring it back in a timely manner within your specified time limit.
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SG
Transfers
Thank you for the Ostrander transfers! I have updated and added obits to all of them. Thank you for all the work you have done on Find A Grave in my home state of Washington. I haven't lived there in almost 40 years.
Added by SG on Nov 19, 2014 6:04 AM
Kathleen M. Winn
W. Ballard Adams Brooks
Memorial 98994926

There is a biography on this memorial. I am interested in the source of the sketch, please.
~~Kathleen Pebley Winn
Added by Kathleen M. Winn on Oct 12, 2014 2:03 PM
Marilyn Harrison
Emma Robinson
Thank you so much for the transfer. I appreciate all the work you have done. It is so nice to get her linked to her family
Thanks again
Marilyn
Added by Marilyn Harrison on Aug 23, 2014 2:45 PM
Paulette
H.H Moritz Photo
Thank you for posting this gravestone photo of a long-lost cousin! I have been searching for his final resting place for some time and was thrilled to find he is in Washington and not California, as some family history held. Keep up the excellent work!
Added by Paulette on Aug 19, 2014 5:05 PM
C.C.H.S.
Find A Grave Memorial# 96484479
Please Add-
France Dillard DePriest is buried in Section 3 in Rocky Mount Cemetery.and so is her Husband Martin DePriest,Sr

please check your corrections edits
Added by C.C.H.S. on Jul 08, 2014 1:52 PM
labwriter
Campbell Family photographs
Hi Pauline, You've posted some really wonderful photographs for some of the Campbell families in the Campbell Cemetery, Loami, Sangamon County, Illinois. I wonder if I could have your permission to use them on my family tree at Ancestry.com? These Campbells are all in one way or another related to John Campbell (1791-1875) who was my 4th g-grandfather's son (Jeremiah Campbell Sr. from Tennessee)--I guess that makes him my 3rd g-grand uncle. I've done extensive research on this Campbell line for years, and these are the first photos I've found of anyone in that family. I'll happily abide by your decision, whether it's yes or no. I'm very grateful to see these photos, whatever you decide. Of course if you let me use them, I will credit you with posting them here at Find-a-Grave. All the best, Becky (labwriter).
Added by labwriter on Mar 26, 2014 9:47 AM
Scotty
Kenneth Thornburg & Grace
He's buried at Fairmount:

Thornburg, Kenneth W., d/b 12/8/1995, 75y, bur. #19-479-12

He's buried with his Mother Grace Howard (?)

Howard, Grace, no dates given, 60y, bur. #19-479-11
Howard, Charles L., no dates given, bur. #19-479-21

The plot location 11 and 12 mean there are two people in one grave.

I found online the misinformation of burial location "Spokane Veteran's Cemetery" which does not exist.

AS to Grace 1958 death, I can't find any source to confirm yet alone a real date/location.
Added by Scotty on Feb 12, 2014 10:19 AM
Ruth Stirling
Martin J. DePriest
Regarding grave marker for Martin J. DePriest in Rocky Mount Cemetery, Crenshaw County, Alablama.
We think it is wonderful that you have volunteered to make this information available that is on Martin DePriest's marker. However, when we look at the picture of the marker, it appears that you have listed his date of birth as 1820 instead of 1818 as it appears on the marker. Is it possible for you to edit your information?
Thank you,
Ruth Stirling

P.S. Martin DePriest would be my huaband's great, great grandfather.
Added by Ruth Stirling on Jan 30, 2014 9:18 AM
Ruth Stirling
Martin J. DePriest
Regarding grave marker for Martin J. DePriest in Rocky Mount Cemetery, Crenshaw County, Alablama.
We think it is wonderful that you have volunteered to make this information available that is on Martin DePriest's marker. However, when we look at the picture of the marker, it appears that you have listed his date of birth as 1820 instead of 1818 as it appears on the marker. Is it possible for you to edit your information?
Thank you,
Ruth Stirling

P.S. Martin DePriest would be my huaband's great, great grandfather.
Added by Ruth Stirling on Jan 30, 2014 9:18 AM
Penny Lee
Thornburgs
You have entered two Thornburgs in the Washington State Veterans Cemetery. There are no Thornburgs buried in this cemetery. We have photographed the entire cemetery and found no stone for either of them. They also are not on a current list for cemetery burials. Unless you have proof I couldn't find on-line they need to be removed from this cemetery. Obits saying so do not constitute proof. Thanks Penny
Added by Penny Lee on Jan 11, 2014 7:44 PM
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