|Gerald Steffy||Confusion re date|
How can Sarah Duncan be the wife of Andrew Wilson Duncan and die as a Preschooler. She is buried in the Morea Cemetery. Gerald Steffy
Added by Gerald Steffy on Apr 18, 2015 6:15 PM
|Remember me||Daniel Caulder|
You're requesting changes to a memorial for Daniel Caulder, and I believe you have him confused with another Duncan Daniel Caulder of the Marion/Marlboro County area that also was involved with the Civil War, was in the 23rd Infantry, also Co. H.
Added by Remember me on Feb 12, 2015 11:02 AM
|Memories Last A Lifetime||RE: Norma Faye Knoblett Chesser|
Sorry for not responding back in a timely manner Judy. I have been very ill since my gallbladder surgery in Aug 2012 and nearly passed away from septic shock at the age of 34. I will be happy to turn the "Grandma" Norma's page over to you. Believe it or not I grew up with them, they were my neighbors when I was a little girl and through my teenage years when my family and I lived in Galien on Second st:) Im not for sure how to link her to you. Thanks for the extra information. I will always cherish the both of them in my heart forever. My siblings and I called them Grandma and Grandpa<3 Love always, Kelly King<3
Added by Memories Last A Lifetime on Dec 02, 2013 1:02 PM
|William Roha||It can I would like them to be but am I allow to put them on every memorial?|
Excuse me for jumping into your conversation but I noticed this question...
FindAGrave does not want a cemetery photo individually attached to each memorial. The way to have a cemetery photo displayed on a memorial is to have FindAGrave designate the photo as the "standard" photo to be shown on each memorial.
Again...I hope I'm not annoying you with that bit of information. I can give you more details if you want.
Added by William Roha on Jun 21, 2013 7:57 AM
|Joyce Mize Worsham||RE: East View Cemetery Rome Ga.|
What happened to the original photo that was there for the entire East View Cemetery?
Added by Joyce Mize Worsham on Jun 20, 2013 6:00 PM
|Joyce Mize Worsham||East View Cemetery Rome Ga.|
After seeing the brick entrance columns to East View Cemetery all these years and which I have driven through many, many times, I see you have uploaded a closeup of existence. May I ask if both photos can be on each and every memorial.
Added by Joyce Mize Worsham on Jun 20, 2013 1:53 PM
|dpalmateer||Morea Cemetery Crawford Illinois|
Would you mind checking Morea and any other cemetery close to Morea for any Palmateers? I am doing genealogy research on my family and I believe many of the Palmateers started in NY but moved and lived in Crawford Illinois back in the mid-1800s. I am especially looking for a John Palmateer, Elizabeth Quimby Palmateer and a Joseph Clark Palmateer. Gravestone pics would be great. Even just information would be so helpful. Thank you!
Added by dpalmateer on May 21, 2012 7:57 PM
|Felicia (Foltz) Hoffman||cawatkins|
You know what he is saying is not true, go to Jones Cemetery in Crawford County Illinois. Go to the Parkers you will see where there are three or four memorials for the same person look at all of them and you will see that he added his own memorial regardless of the people who put them on. And no they were not stolen because some of them were put on in 2008 by someone he does not mention. He just does not want anyone else to enjoy this site, like us. He is selfish. I know I am done on here.
Added by Felicia (Foltz) Hoffman on Oct 02, 2010 11:48 AM
|Mary||RE: Martha Ellen Fife Nethery|
Thank you very much for taking care of Martha Ellen. She was a second mother to me.
Added by Mary on Aug 07, 2010 9:13 PM
|BjJ||RE: New Saint Peter/Jasper Co, IL|
Thanks, Judy, for your efforts to find the Old St. Peter's Cemetery for me and the directions to get there! You took a great photo, too. Next time I'm down that way, I'll be able to find it, and hopefully find my relatives who are buried there. I appreciate your follow-up! Thanks again.
Added by BjJ on Apr 17, 2010 8:59 AM
|Margaret||Nolan Gill and Berdina Wilson Hardesty volunteer photographs|
Judy, thank you so very much for taking the photographs, and posting them. F.A.G. volunteers are wonderful people, and I appreciate your willingness to spend time in this worthwhile project.
Added by Margaret on Apr 15, 2010 10:35 PM
|Sandra||RE: Fortner Family Cemetery|
I'm not sure where its at
Added by Sandra on Apr 15, 2010 4:27 PM
|Emily (Fairlamb) Parker||RE: Thank You Judy|
Happy St. Paddy's Day to you. SP P.S. My findagrave goal to to help NE Polk County Postsl Service families findagrave and or leave memories for cremation burials etc. You inspired me. The City of Haines City helped me with burial plot listing purchases. However, looks like alot of leg work to find all those stones.
Added by Emily (Fairlamb) Parker on Mar 17, 2010 5:56 AM
|BjJ||RE: New Saint Peter/Jasper Co, IL|
Thanks very much for your kind offer to check this out.
Added by BjJ on Mar 16, 2010 9:00 PM
|Marty and Sherry||photos|
Thank you so much Judy Kay. This information is greatly appreciated as I didn't have the death dates on either one. Thanks, Martin.
Added by Marty and Sherry on Mar 16, 2010 6:23 PM
|Emily (Fairlamb) Parker||H A Fairlambs Marker Photo|
Thank You July Deal. H A Fairlamb's grandkids knew little about him. Now they can visit Granddads marker and leave flowers. S Parker
Added by Emily (Fairlamb) Parker on Mar 16, 2010 6:39 AM
|Marty and Sherry||photo request|
Thank you Judy Kay for taking the time to take these photos for me I,really do appreciate it. Martin.
Added by Marty and Sherry on Mar 14, 2010 8:44 PM
|BjJ||New Saint Peter/Jasper Co, IL|
Hi Judy - I was looking for a St Peter's Cemetery in Jasper County and see that you added a photo for the "New" St. Peter's. Do you know if that is the only St. Peter's or is there an "Old" one? I am looking for a Mary Dhom Fear (d. 1951) and her husband George E. Fear (d.1931). I have the obit for Mary and it just said "St. Peters". They lived in Newton so that has to be in Jasper County. If you have any info about this cemetery, please let me know. Thanks!
Added by BjJ on Mar 13, 2010 7:56 PM
|Emily (Fairlamb) Parker||Thank You Judy|
Many thanks for entering my parents and friends headstone photos. You are a blessing. I have renewed my interest to help others find their loved ones graves also. Hopefully I can master some of your skills to help complete families incomplete information. Anything I can do for you? Steve & Emily Parker, 863-422-2195
Since joining findagrave.com I have located some of my wifes deceased family's graves. Since Emily is the last remaining member of her family we have located her fathers (H.A. Fairlamb) parents and an Uncle & Aunts graves in PA. Seems Emily's Uncle Willaim C. VanNess was a Lt. Commander in the Navy in the 1920's. He was also friends with the then Commondant of the Navy. William left the Navy and with Emily's Aunt Blanche, VanNess sailed around the world during the Great Depression. He was killed by an reckless driver in New York City in 1937. Interesting things you learn. Emily's Grandmother had a famous name for Baptist missionaries, Annie (Armstrong) Fairlamb and her Great-Great-Great Grandmothers name was Emily Post, no relation to the Great Emily Post.
Added by Emily (Fairlamb) Parker on Mar 12, 2010 7:16 PM
|Charlie Wood||Mikell Pictures|
Thanks for the Mikell pictures.
Added by Charlie Wood on Feb 11, 2010 6:06 AM
|Wayne||Vera C. O'Neal|
Thank you so much for doing the photo and for listing the plot information. I have added that to the plot link info on her memorial page. That is so generous of you. Thank you for your work here and helping seniors with no computer.
Added by Wayne on Jan 12, 2010 1:54 PM
Thanks for the photo. I hope you had a pretty day for cemetery walking.
Added by Tom Childers on Nov 20, 2009 4:01 PM
|Reva G. Bradford||Re: Photo Request|
Thank you for the photo of Wm Douglas Randolph's memorial marker.
Added by Reva G. Bradford on Sep 22, 2009 6:38 AM
|Terasa Ducummon Hodges||RE: Photo Request|
I missed your original posting on all the headstones. I finally found time to get back into my genealogy and what a find today!!
Thank you so much!
Added by Terasa Ducummon Hodges on Sep 15, 2009 8:12 PM
|Ann Parkinson||Truemans at Forest Hill|
Thank you for the wonderful photo! the inscription confirms the dates I had. i will forward to other family so they can see the nice tombstone. Thank you again! From where are the Parkers you are researching? Mine are NC, SC, GA, & FL. Best regards, Ann
Added by Ann Parkinson on Aug 18, 2009 7:57 AM