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Thank you for everything you are doing to preserve the memory of those that have gone before.
Added by Bear Hugs on Jan 02, 2015 8:32 AM
|Reidar Sumstad||Uni Sando|
Thanks for creating this memorial and for the update, I appreciate it!
Added by Reidar Sumstad on Sep 03, 2014 10:15 PM
|Anne Valentine||Benjamin Wesley Boldt|
In the family photo for Benjamin Boldt, can you identify the people in the photo? The girls in the back row are a bit confusing ... ;o)
Added by Anne Valentine on Jul 10, 2014 8:41 AM
|Kenneth Young||Myrtle Estelle Kingsbury|
I have added a headstone picture to Myrtle Estelle Kingsbury's memorial on Find A Grave. I noticed two discrepancies 1) her last name was entered in the maiden name slot not the last name slot and 2) the death date on the stone is one year different than what is on the memorial now.
The headstone has: Died March 27, 1926
Her last name was entered in the maiden name slot so she is not showing up in the listing properly. It is not showing a last name You only use the maiden name slot if the woman is or has been married.
Added by Kenneth Young on May 06, 2014 8:13 PM
|Karen Sylte||Thank you so much|
Because you bothered to post them, I got to see photographs of my grandmother, Olive P Greenup (Bales) and great-grandmother and great-grandfather, too. It was really wonderful to see these and I shared them with my sister.
Thanks so much,
Karen Sylte (mom was Ardis Sylte (Greenup))
Added by Karen Sylte on May 16, 2013 8:43 PM
|Jim Brownlee||Kingsbury Family|
When I was on vacation in Alberta visiting relatives, I had the opportunity to visit the Prairie Round Cemetery near Luck Strike, AB.
I took pictures of the headstones of the Kingsbury family. Unfortunately only the headstone of Nathaniel and Emma was visible and the others were covered by lilac bushes. There were five graves side by side: Nathaniel and Emma, Nathaniel Ira and Edith Belle, and a daughter Myrtle. Did not poke around to much as we were being careful of not disturbing snakes. My great Uncle John Arthur Brownlee was married to a daughter Jennie Estelle Kingsbury.
If you would like a copy of the photo of the headstones, I can email them to you.
All the best
Added by Jim Brownlee on Aug 05, 2012 8:41 PM
|Reverend Larry||RE: Orin Harrison Senff|
Orin is in Section G, Lot 298. If you could add that. Thank You again and another Blessing.
I have 1,200 more pictures of Headstones to upload and the Arlington Cemetery will be pictured. hehehehehe
Added by Reverend Larry on May 08, 2012 4:16 PM
|Reverend Larry||RE: Orin Harrison Senff|
Thank You Donna!
My Grandfather's headstone James W. Taylor, is in error also.
I send you a Healing Blessing.
Added by Reverend Larry on May 08, 2012 4:09 PM
|Reverend Larry||Orin Harrison Senff|
I have uploaded a picture of the grave marker for Orin Harrison Senff. The birth date appears to have been in error. Please take a look and let me know.
Added by Reverend Larry on May 03, 2012 6:44 PM
|Kathy Stroope Veasey||RE: Photo|
You are most welcome - - do you have any other relatives in Haven of Rest - If you need any other photos - just let me know..
Added by Kathy Stroope Veasey on Mar 22, 2012 11:04 AM
|DaveVangsness||RE: Add Parents|
Done. Thanks for the info.
Added by DaveVangsness on Feb 13, 2012 3:48 PM
I'm not related at all but I will take care of it if you like. I've sort of adopted the St. Joe Mission Cemetery because it's been so vandalized its heart breaking. When I clicked on Henry's memorial and its so well taken care of I knew there was a problem! I would like to draw attention to the vandalism there locally. I was just trying to help fix a mistake. Thanks! jWheeler
Added by Wheeler7514 on Jan 21, 2012 12:23 PM
I work at the Perris Library as a library technician but I have never taught a genealogy class and want to start. Need some help in learning how to teach a genealogy class. I have been researching my family and helping others for a long time but never taught a class. please contact me back. I would be be interested in watching one of your classes. thanks, John
Added by Macomber on Nov 08, 2011 6:34 PM
|Jim Childers||RE: William Senff|
Yes, it is the Motley City Cemetery on the south end of town, just a short distance from the river. It's the only cemetery in Motley. It is listed a couple times on Findagrave, but those are just duplicates. I have Wadena County all straightened out on Findagrave now but do not have the time to get to all the cemeteries in Todd and do them.
Added by Jim Childers on Aug 08, 2011 8:04 AM
|Jim Childers||RE: William Senff|
That is the correct stone for Wm Senff! I beleive the cemetery must have went through with a power washer before Memorial Day weekend because there are over 30 Civil War stones in that cemetery and every single one of them was nice and white and no lichens. They were the cleanest I've ever seen in any one cemetery, and I have been in a lot of them! In fact, all of the stones look really nice right now, it would be a perfect time to photograph the whole cemetery if a person had the time. But it is a huge cemetery!!
Added by Jim Childers on Aug 07, 2011 5:31 PM
|Kathy Solem||RE: Ernest Wevick|
That would be great as that helps attack links. Thank you. My email is email@example.com.
Added by Kathy Solem on Mar 29, 2011 12:27 PM
|alsport||RE: Family link|
The necessary link needed to connect Walter Ralph Echols to Darlene was there, so I linked the two of them together.
I am going to try and make it back to the cemetery and take better pictures of the markers. Hopefully I can do it this weekend.
Added by alsport on Mar 17, 2011 11:55 PM
|Patty C||RE: Summerwells|
Thanks for checking. It is hard to tell sometimes which spelling is correct. And some families change their spellings over time too.
Added by Patty C on Feb 22, 2011 12:25 PM
|Jane Councilman Weaver||RE: Frank & Alice Pierce Photos|
Thank you so much, some one has already done those. I wish the people in LA were as eager to do cemetery photo's as the ones in Hemet. I was born in Hemet and so was my Mom and my daughter but now I live in Utah. I photoed most of graves when I was down there but a few slipped by. I would give the people in LA a pass because my ancestors are buried in Glendale and there is a lot of crime there, but lately Hemet has been getting a lot of attention on that score too. I have a lot of FaceBook friends from Hemet so I keep up on the latest gossip of the old timers. Thanks again. Jane Councilman Weaver
Added by Jane Councilman Weaver on Dec 17, 2010 10:55 PM
Nora's father Charles was the brother of my 3rd great grandfather who died in St. Louis after enlisting in 1862, his Find A Grave #46204685.
I traced the twins, Adolph and Randolph, to Weston Co., Wyoming. Though they are interred in South Dakota. Omer is on Orcas Island in Washington.
This still leaves Della and Rena to be found.
The odd part about Adolph, is that he bought 480 acres in 1911 and then his wife bought 320 in 1915 another state and the deed states her name as Ella Cason, formerly Freel. so it makes me think they were divorced between that time.
hope to share more later.
Added by Colby Kingery on Aug 24, 2010 9:59 PM
|Colby Kingery||Nancy w/o Charles Freel|
I'm sure you're related to Nora and I think the memorial is really nice. I would like to point out that her mother was Nancy Ann Calvert, not Ross. Her parents were Leonard Calvert and Roxie Morley, as given on her death certificate. I keep seeing her name pop up as Ross and have no idea why or how people came up with this.
I don't think there was enough time for her to marry a Ross before she married Charles Freel. I would like to know how she mysteriously became a Ross from being a biological Calvert.
Added by Colby Kingery on Aug 24, 2010 3:40 AM
|Donnie Ruyle||Jewell Ruyle|
Thank you for the transfer of Jewell Virginia Ruyle Hern
Added by Donnie Ruyle on Aug 18, 2010 11:24 AM
|Christine Lafler||RE: Morley Hauschildt|
If you'd be willing to do so until a closer relation comes along, that would be wonderful.
Added by Christine Lafler on Aug 07, 2010 2:35 PM
Thank you for the transfers. This will connect to rest of the Ruyle family. All Ruyle are descendants of Henry Rule/Ruyle,Sr. of Sumner Co., NC/TN. He added the "Y" to our name,FACT. He is one of my Patriots, as a member of The Sons of The American Revolution. He gave flour to the Army in Hampshire Co., VA. I have been researching my Mother's and Dad's families since 1973. I have more kin than a dog has fleas!!!
Added by Donnie Ruyle on Apr 20, 2010 7:57 PM