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I'm caught up on auto-edits to 1/21 and email edits to about 1/21. |
FYI - I bypass email change requests that point out a problem without a solution (such as stating I have an incorrect date without providing a correct date - requiring me to research). I'll get to them eventually but I process the change requests where the submitter has already done the research first. I get a tremendous amount of change requests...
I transfer memorials liberally - just ask. If you want all of a particular last name in a cemetery to take on as a personal project or if you want everyone in the same plot, I can do that too (as long as they are my memorials). I have plot information for most, not all, of my memorials. I've rethought this and have decided not to make out-of-guideline transfers to members who insist on guideline only transfers when transferring their own memorials to which they have no relation.
Thank you for all of the corrections.
Newer published obituaries (after 1922) should not be transcribed to avoid copyright infringement - Instead, reference the obituary so others can find it; update the memorial as appropriate with information found; omit names of people who are possibly still living. I won't post a word for word obituary that could be copyright protected. A summary is perfectly fine.
Please don't leave change or transfer requests on my message board. It's extremely difficult to keep up with these types of requests and I miss most of them. Requests should be made with the edit button on the memorial
Looking for someone interested in translating Latvian historical records.
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|Linda J. Morris||Sarah Fairbanks Hickey #90935514|
I left a edit but I think I just confused the issue. Sarah's parents were John H. Fairbank and Charotte Rhodes. Her mother is the one whose second marriage was to Seaman. I have the marriage record for John and Charlotte's marriage on 4 Aug 1850 in Talbot Co., Maryland. If you check the dates on Mr. Seaman, I don't even think the second husband was him. A woman 20 years older than the husband. It would have been a scandal. I wonder if you would consider letting me have Sarah. I have looked for her for many years because I could never come up with a first name for Hickey. Still do not have. I really would appreciate it. Her Grandfather, Noah Fairbank's obituary was on the front page of New York Times when he died.
Thank you for updating the memorial.
Added by Lavelle on Feb 18, 2017 5:26 PM
Could you please transfer this page to me as he is a family member.
|Laura Gafford||Memorial# 109685735|
Could you please transfer Find A Grave Memorial# 109685735 as well? Thanks.
|Laura Gafford||Memorial# 109685237|
Hello! Could you please transfer Find A Grave Memorial# 109685237 to me? This is a family member. Thanks.
|Anonymous||Memorial # 86448592|
William Holm you have the incorrect year of birth, as you can see from the stone the year is 1868
|Gary Spargo||Harvey N Spargo|
Thanks for the photo of Harvey's marker. Good photo.
|Theresa Brown||edits to Engeron|
Alfred and Tarzile Engeron were my great grandparents on my mom's side. I have more info if you would like to add it to help any genealogists.
Alfred Joseph Engeron
He was an oyster packer in New Orleans.
Born: November 10, 1890 in Houma, LA
Born: October 10, 1895 in Houma, LA
Died: November 12, 1987 in New Orleans, LA
I have been searching and searching for more information on Esima Hamel and have sort of reached a dead end. Do you have any information about her? Like her parent's names or even her siblings names? Any info on the original obituary? Also, I think she may have changed the spelling of her name to make it easier for people to say, she may be Issma Hamel. Issma was born in the same year and state and it's a strange name so idk. I'm tracing my heritage and she is the only mystery left. I can't figure out if she was just straight French or if she was Metis. Or neither lol. Just would love to know more about my great grandma. Any help is appreciated. Thank you
|Bob Gantz||Memorial #91496308|
Just a note to let you know on Feb 8, 2017 I left you an email asking about this memorial and explaining the details.
Not sure which place you might look at first so leaving a message at both.
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