|Jim Gardner||Husband and Wife|
Austin Clark Smith Mem.#64713822 and Temple Jo Smith Mem.#64713861 were husband and wife. You have done a great job. Jim
Added by Jim Gardner on Apr 27, 2014 10:54 AM
|Sue Armstrong||RE: Hodge Palmer|
Thank you for linking Glenda to her parents & first husband. Once I locate a memorial # for her 2nd husband, will let you know. - Sue Armstrong
Added by Sue Armstrong on Apr 21, 2014 4:42 PM
Thank you for creating the memorial. Nonni (Jean) was my grandmother. I am new to Find A Grave. This my first visit and it can be overwhelming. Thank you, again.
Added by csrvices on Apr 20, 2014 5:19 AM
|Steve Henderson||John Joseph Metzger|
Fascinating story! Are you related by chance? Is Katy Fuchs possibly the same as Anna Katherine Fuchs? I have a great grandmother Gertrude Metzger....this has to be her in your story.
Added by Steve Henderson on Apr 09, 2014 1:50 AM
|Sujava||RE: Virginia Petty Johnson|
Thanks. That was quick. I found all of Dora and Samuel Petty's children but one. Hope everyone link them up.
Added by Sujava on Mar 17, 2014 5:52 PM
|Kathy Johnson Young||RE: John Oliver Light|
Thank you so very much! I appreciate the work that you do. This is such a help to people researching their family trees. When I was a kid, I spent a lot of time tromping through cemeteries with an aunt who was researching ours. Now that I'm old and live far away, I can't do it. Your help is much appreciated.
Holly Springs, NC
Added by Kathy Johnson Young on Dec 13, 2013 4:02 AM
|Husband n Wife❣||Hey Katy!!|
Stop on by memorial# 92832542 - Let me know what you think....or if I need to anything else to it....Again thank you so much for the transfer....
Added by Husband n Wife❣ on Jul 06, 2013 3:52 PM
|Meridee D Dunn||Rosenow - Varga|
More than happy to pass on what I've learned about them in my research work, Katy - And THANK you for updating their entries... Your doing so means a great deal to me.
Find-A-Grave has become an incredible source of information for researchers and for any family members looking for their past loved ones.
It is only thanks to the volunteer efforts of MANY Find-A-Grave contributors that I have finally found out where many of my own ancestors died and where they were buried - So many states provide nothing in the way of death information via "public" research websites.
I make every effort to pass on any additional information about people I've done research work on when I find "Find-A-Grave" entries for them in hopes it might be of some help to other researchers. It is my way of paying back those who have contributed information that have helped me fill in blanks and "end mysteries" in my own family trees.
Meridee D Dunn
Added by Meridee D Dunn on Mar 08, 2013 1:12 PM
|Ed Barnhart||Jones Cemetery|
Thank you for creating the cemetery records and also for the name change. I was thrilled to find that the cemetery was memorialized and it was my honor and pleasure to photograph the markers. I am about halfway finished posting the photos to the memorials.
What a sense of history it must be to have a great grand aunt such as Mahala Jones!
Added by Ed Barnhart on Mar 02, 2013 8:52 AM
|A Horan||Charles Anderson at ANC|
Hi, am about to post for you photos of the stone for Charles Anderson at Arlington National. His wife Mary Jane is buried with him, so I've posted photos on her memorial, as well, and have asked the creator of those memorials to link them as spouses.
Added by A Horan on Feb 19, 2012 5:56 PM
|Mary Renna||RE: Virginia Stribling|
You are welcome. I went to another cemetery to take pictures for me early this week. When I went to post them I clicked on Cedarlawn and saw so many request. I decided this would be a good hobby for when I have a few hours off work. I decided I need to do the cemetery by sections though.
Added by Mary Renna on Oct 20, 2011 9:50 PM
|Bill75773||RE: Katie McCollum Bass|
You are welcome. I was there on another project but I always check again on the ones I did not find. There are many unmarked graves in this cemetery and one could be hers. Other than that she could be buried with her last husband elsewhere. There are many unknowns in these old cemeteries and a lot of stories that will never be told.
Added by Bill75773 on Oct 20, 2011 6:55 PM
|Paul Hays||RE: Col. Walter H. Moursund|
The variety of spectacular views from the heights of Arlington is truly amazing, so I demur at taking any credit for the photo. But I have to say that Dr. and Mrs. Moursund have one of the best. The photograph was taken from two rows up the hill and two graves west, to optimize the frame. As explained in the caption (viewable by clicking on the photo) their marker is the one in the center right foreground, in the row below the ogival arched stone marked Jones and the row above the larger Glattly marker. The Moursund marker is further identifiable by the cross on its north face.
One of the rewards of being a Find A Grave photo volunteer, along with the satisfaction of filling the requests of distant families and - at Arlington especially - honoring those who have preserved our freedom, is finding the frequent (pardon the pun) "drop-dead" vista.
Added by Paul Hays on Jun 26, 2011 9:00 PM