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Amy LMH (#48033068)
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Yvonne Freed Dunn
Memorial
Amy I made a memorial for your brother Darwin Scott Mackneer..Do you know if he got buried anywhere? and what was his exact age..I only have him down as born 1970..His memorial # 107458302..See if it is okay..Thank you Yvonne Freed Dunn..

PS And I just love the pictures you added to your grandparents..The are awesome.
Added by Yvonne Freed Dunn on Mar 28, 2013 3:50 PM
Mona Anderson
Linking Memorials
If you are the creator of a memorial, you can link parents or spouses of that person by finding the number of the memorial you want to link and clicking on the "link family members" line on YOUR memorial. For example, if you "own" Dorothy's memorial, her father (the one I "own") is 58595142. When you click open the link line on yours, it will have a place to put that number. Then save it and it will be done. You cannot link children unless you also own them. You have to ask the creator of their memorial(s) to add the link. You must know the number of the one you want linked if you don't own it. Also it's best to do it from the edit tab as you have done with this question. Many contributors have thousands of memorials so just asking an obscure question like "please link John Smith as the father of this person" without any other info isn't going to work in most cases since we don't know WHICH John Smith you want and we don't have the time to hunt through all our memorials. So in this case, YOU can link my memroial to yours if you own the daughter. If I owned the daughter, you would have to find her father's number, then ask through the edit tab of MY memorial to please link him (with number) to her as her father. Hope this helps.
Added by Mona Anderson on Jan 23, 2013 5:48 AM
 

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