I do transfer memorials beyond the Find-A-Grave guidelines. Before making these transfers beyond the guidelines I do look at a person's "memorials made" & compare them to their "memorials managed" in hopes to ward off memorial hoarders.
All the memorials that I've added have been a result of walking & photographing cemeteries and/or doing family genealogy.
I sent an edit that would connect her with her parents. Maybe when I sent that edit, something went wrong and tried to erase the husband. I looked at what I sent and it was trying to change her husband to unknown. I didn't have her husband's info and you helped me there. Do you know what happened to her father? My grandmother was communicating with her cousin Virginia, whose last name escapes me, but they were trying to find what happened to him. They stated after Exie died he just took off and they never heard from him again. I may have found him in 1940, possibly in prison but that was it. They also were trying to determine his birth information and I have that which solved a puzzle for them. It makes me sad that my grandmother had already passed when I got interested in genealogy.
RE: Jennie Waldon #117675535 Hello There. I have since withdrew my request because of other evidence. The information I have is the marriage license of her daughter Mildred to Harry Waldon which stated the her mother's name was Jennie West. But I have now found her own marriage license which named her as Jennie Bemis. Sorry for the confusion.
Scott C. Cromwell Thank you very much for updating this Memorial. I don't need credit, just interested in as much accuracy and proof where possible as I know you are or you wouldn't put in so much time adding these Memorials and photos. Scott's mother was a sister of one of my 3rd-great grandmothers. Best wishes.
Thomas and Amanda McIntire Thank you for informing me of the correction of the cemetery they were buried in. The wrong cemetery has been recorded in our family records. Thank you also for the pictures of their cemetery stone.