|Leona Henderson||Transfer of John Hancock memorial|
I have made the edits you suggested for John Hancock's memorial and am willing to transfer it to you if he is a family member.
Thanks for your input.
|Sherlocks Cousin||RE: Parental Links for Charles Edwards|
I am trying to help you on your Edwards people, but on the 1900,1910,1920 and 1930 Census with Manning Howard Edwards and Mary Hall Edwards, I don't see a Charles W. in the family. If you need help in researching, email me.
|Sherlocks Cousin||Parental Links for Charles Edwards|
I initially accepted your parental links on Charles' memorial # 75131076. You provided the links as Manning and Mary Hall Edwards. After researching tonight I located his parents in the same cemetery he is buried in and they were Manning Edwards and Dona Hale Edwards. I deleted the parents' names you gave me.
|Sue Thompson Patterson||Catherine Torres|
I checked my roster. 2015 is correct and change made. Also transferred to you.
I forwarded the memorial numbers to Find A Grave admin. The first memorial was actually created YEARS before the person passed away. I will ask Find A Grave to merge them. Lots of living people have a memorial. dont think thats whats find a graves about
I will send the memorial numbers to Find A Grave admin. The first memorial was actually created YEARS before the person passed away. I will ask Find A Grave to merge them.
|David Sifford||Horace Howard at Englewood|
Sorry to have taken so long to respond to your question. Here's what I know and what you should know: when I walked the ground getting the information for the memorials, I wrote down what I found without much regard for locations, since nothing seems to be marked out there. See if you can locate on the cemetery records a listing for Benito Sedillo (1918/1941) and James Corkon (1880/1948). Horace should be somewhere between these 2 burials.
Let me know if you need more help locating anything.
|LostGeneration||RE: Corrections not sent through automated edit|
It's not a problem - there are actually a LOT of guidelines to read through.
I think the premise is find for people who have only several hundred or even several thousand memorials. But I have 90,000+ and there are even more people who have hundreds of thousands and even in the millions. If they got one correction per week for even one tenth of their memorials, their email would explode!
Fortunately, the new Edit system makes it very easy for most corrections and the email submissions are not as frequent. It sure helps us from getting backed up!
Thanks for all the additional information - I'm adding/correcting as quickly as I can. Do you have an interest in Bell County, TX? LG
|LostGeneration||Corrections not sent through automated edit|
Please be aware of the following Find a Grave guideline:
"The final option allows anything not handled by one of the first four options to be sent as an email message. Follow the instructions to submit your correction. An email will be sent to the contributor who manages the memorial page (even if that person does not have an email showing on their contributor page). Please limit the use of this option to no more than 20 email requests per contributor per week."
You have already surpassed 20 in about 4 days. Any further you send through the email message method will be deleted.
You might want to read through the Find a Grave guidelines to become more familiar with these and other items.
|LostGeneration||Cecile and Hal Berry|
FYI, the memorial that is added later is the duplicate, not the original, regardless of links. Your message should have gone to the creator of the later memorial. LG
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