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|Mike & Nancy Ridgdill (#47585642)|
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My philosophy about F/G is really quite simple. Treat me like you want yourself to be treated. Very simple. If I see a memorial that I'd like to have transferred to me, I'll simply ask for it. Likewise, if you see a memorial I've submitted that you'd like to have transferred to you, just ask for it. I could care less if the person is related to you, or not. If you want it, and there's no reason for me to keep it, you can have it. It's just that simple. I do this because I love it. A lot of people just don't have the time to do this. In reality, I have no connection to at least 90% of the memorials I submit. I submit them because no one else has. |
Like all of us, there are some memorials I won't transfer. But, the only time I won't transfer a memorial is when the person is in one of my direct ancestry lines, my aunts, uncles, a few cousins, and a handful of friends I hold dear to my heart. As for the information I post, feel free to use any info I submit. You do not need my permission. That's why I put it on here in the first place.
If I request a memorial to be transferred to me, it is usually a direct ancestor, or a very close aunt, uncle, or cousin. On rare occasions, I may even request a memorial of a very dear friend. The only deviation from this is that from time to time I may request the memorial transfer of a Confederate soldier, if it's apparent the soldier is probably not related to the submitter. But, no matter who's memorial I request, I always stipulate, "unless this person is your relative." However, if you don't want to make the transfer, at least give me a good reason why you won't. But, please, don't completely ignore me. That's just being rude.
And, please, if you're going to take the time to create a new cemetery, make sure you have the correct name, provide the complete address, accurate written directions, and the correct map. It doesn't take much time, and can ensure future submissions are added to the right cemeteries.
Otherwise, I have been researching my family genealogy for over thirty-five years. I have published three books so far, Confederate Graves of Emanuel County, Georgia, in 2009, a color edition of the book in 2010, and The Ridgdill Genealogy in 2011. All are available online at www.lulu.com.
Thank you for your cooperation. God bless.
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|Jerry Moore||RE: Facebook|
Wow, completely forgot about that as you can tell probably with no friends or anything written.. haha
She & I were going to get into Facebook On Line yard sale and had to create an account. Not even sure if we remember password to be honest.
|Jerry Moore||RE: Facebook|
I'm sorry Mike but she (neither of us) have Facebook unless you found something that may have looked to be her.
|Jerry Moore||Jeff Gunn|
Never mind Mike as I didn't see your link and forgot about William first name
|Jerry Moore||RE: Joyce Gay Gunn|
Thank you and I happened to hear about it at work Thursday. But very kind of you to pass it on Mike. She had been in bad health for quite some time. It made me wonder... is Jeff laid to rest in Millen or do you remember. I can't seem to locate his grave.
|R W Boyd||Location of Lamb's Chapel Cemetery|
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Ridgdill,
Please pardon this message, if it is a duplicate. I sent this message to your listed email account, which may no longer be current. Thus, this public message through FindAGrave.
My motherís maiden name was Lamb, and I have many ancestors buried in Emanuel County, GA, most in the Lambs Chapel Cemetery. You posted the photos of the cemetery and the chapel on the FindAGrave site.
My wife and I are driving to Swainsboro on Sept 20 with the goal of photographing the gravestones of these relatives on the morning of Sept 21. I cannot find a location for this cemetery on maps.google or on the county website. I would be very grateful is you would provide an address and/or driving directions for the cemetery and chapel. We will be staying in Swainsboro and driving to the cemetery from there.
If you know of a burial inventory for this cemetery in the county or historical society, I would be grateful to know that, too. I have looked for such an inventory but have not found one yet.
Thank you for helping to document the cemetery. I assume you may have created the cemetery hme page in FindAGrave.
Added by R W Boyd on Sep 05, 2017 3:08 PM
|Jerry Moore||RE: Facebook|
No, that's one thing I never picked up Mike.
|Rainy||Adding online obituary photos to memorials|
Please don't add any online obituary photos to memorials I create.
Thank You, Rainy
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Added by Rainy on Aug 12, 2017 9:15 PM
|Lee Richards||RE: Araminta A. Joiner King #99701387|
|Anna and Ben Williams||RE: Barbara Gayle Hester|
|Becky Martin||RE: Lena Mae Godfrey Smith #175421369|
All I have is a short obituary for Lena in the Savannah Morning News posted Feb. 17,2009.
Lena Mae Godfrey Smith - UVALDA - Lena Mae Godfrey Smith, 54, died Thursday. Survivors: husband, Donnie H. Smith, Sr., children, Donnie H. Smith, Jr. (Christy), Franklin and Deborah Smith, Selena Tanner (Don Hollinger), Stacie Smith (JoJo Ranage), Lisa and Ben Tharp, Tracie Smith (Norman Maddox), Liz and Clarence Weeks; and other relatives. Visitation: 6-8 pm Tuesday at the funeral home. Funeral: 2pm Wednesday at Rehoboth Cemetery. Miles Funeral Home, Inc. Savannah Morning News February 17, 2009. Please sign our Obituary Guest Book at savannahnow.com/obituaries.
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