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|Dale Coletta||William Harrison Woodby|
David - William Harrison Woodby #93699090 husband of Axie, Ollie and Elizabeth is actually buried in Tennessee beside his last wife Ollie #93699223 and not in California. The California listing is the same person with a different number of #158634240.
can you correct this?
|Donna Lyle Alumbaugh||Transfer|
Thanks for your kindness in transferring "Jack" Woody to me. Appreciate it very much.
|sherri schaefer bagby❦||Gosnell / Norton|
Thank you for creating and processing updates for these family memorials !
|Gwen Bodford||Pensacola Cemetery|
Can you give me the directions to Pensacola Cemetery where Arrowood's, Haney's, Nanny's, etc. are buried? I have been to several cemeteries on Pensacola but have not found this one.
|Janet Marie||RE: Lois Mae Zimmerman Folck|
This is Find A Grave's policy.
Is it acceptable to add a memorial for someone who is still living?
Please try to avoid it. In general, we do not encourage adding memorials for individuals who are still living. We do realize, however, that when transcribing a cemetery, it is not always possible to determine if the person is living or not. Memorials for individuals who are alive will be removed when requested (the exception being for 'famous' individuals who already have a burial location in place). You are always welcome to create a 'pre-need' memorial for yourself, if you would like, provided that you have a pre-need headstone already in place in a cemetery. Given these exceptions, a memorial created after death will be preferred over a pre-need memorial.
Their policy indicates that you can create a pre-need memorial for yourself, but it doesn't mention relatives. I will let you make the call here.
I have known living people who have gotten extremely upset to find that someone has created a memorial for them on Find A Grave. Obviously, that is not the case here, but I think it can cause confusion to people doing research.
My suggestion is that you add something to the bio acknowledging that your grandmother is still alive and has consented to having this memorial on Find A Grave. That notation can be removed after she passes.
P.S. Glad your grandmother is still alive. Hope she is doing well.
|Karyn Buckner Garvin||Edna Cole|
Hi, I received your edit request to change her entry to Mary Edna West Tweed-Cole. While researching the request, I just found my entry is a duplicate of the one where she's listed as Edna W. Tweed only, made a few weeks earlier from a photo of her grave - it does not have Mary or Cole on it at all, so I'm going to decline the edit and get my entry merged into the original to fix the problem. You will see the decline come through shortly.
|Mary Summey||RE: James Ed Ogle|
I am looking for James (Ed) OGLE (born in Feb 1872). He is Lucius Halen OGLE's son. My grandmother's (Elsie OGLE) father. He was married to Mandy (unknown). James OGLE (born in 1818)was Lucius's father.
Thank you so much for trying to help.
|Mary Summey||James Ed Ogle|
This my greatgrandfather.He is the son of
Lucien Hale Ogle 42024631. I can't find his
grave. You manage James Ogle 73754267. He is buried some where in Yancy County, NC Thought
you maybe able to help.
Mary Summey (#48980149)
|Donna Lyle Alumbaugh||Special Thanks|
Hi David, thank you again for transfer of Martha Hipps and all the research and work you did on the cemetery. You did a truly awesome job. Donna
|Donna Lyle Alumbaugh||Transfer|
Thank you David for also transferring Silas Woody.
They were special to me.
For their marker is that what is called a "Field Stone" as I don't see any writing on it.
I glad they have this much and you took photo to document it.
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