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Terri Snyder Satchwell (#47846592)
 member for 2 years, 2 months, 15 days
Jean Lander Luce
Hiram Crowell
Hi Terri,

Would you like management of Caroline's husband as well? Let me know if you do. I linked Caroline to her Dad before I transferred her to you. I'm glad to know that Caroline is back with her family! :-)


Added by Jean Lander Luce on Feb 07, 2014 5:18 PM

LC Graver
Hiram and Caroline Crowell
Hi, Sure you can use the photo. I'm happy that I could help. No need to worry about giving me credit! Take care, Jean

Added by LC Graver on Feb 07, 2014 4:12 PM

Leslie Hines Alley
RE: Rawlings Photo request
Sure you can use the photo, not a problem. Always willing to help others find family.

Added by Leslie Hines Alley on Jan 27, 2014 4:49 PM

Leslie Hines Alley
Rawlings Photo request
I completed the photo request for B F Rawlings today. The stone is getting worn, there was a stone next to it with the name Minnie Rawlings. It isn't listed in the Cemetery wasn't sure if it was related. I can add it to the cemetery but I will have to go back up and try to get the dates off of it. The weather turned nasty after I got up there and had to quit.

Added by Leslie Hines Alley on Jan 26, 2014 3:37 PM

RE: James Riley
Hi. Please feel free to use it for whatever you want.

Added by akeen on Jan 13, 2014 2:20 PM

J.S. Bush
Daniel and Hannah Craft
We decided to take the Winter flowers to our Mother's graves today. My Mom is in Sugar Grove Church Cemetery and only about 4 miles from Mt.Carmel. I did find and photographed Daniel and Hannah. If you want I will transfer them to you.

Added by J.S. Bush on Nov 13, 2013 3:27 PM

RE: Lind and Extended Families
Of course you may, we're family;-)

Added by Bluzcat on Nov 02, 2013 4:06 PM

Francis McArdle
RE: Gena Bellefont
Of course you may use it. Glad I could take it for you.

Added by Francis McArdle on Oct 22, 2013 8:57 PM

You are welcome to use my Find A Grave pictures on your family tree.


Added by SWF on Oct 16, 2013 4:37 PM

Steven C. Guy
RE: Reuben Satchwell
Hi Teri,

Thanks for the response. My wife and I had a lot of fun exploring this cemetery and photographing the Satchwell markers. Feel free to use the photos any way you'd like. I also added some photos to Mary Satchwell, Hattie Satchwell Baker, and Clifford Baker. I have several more photos of the Satchwell markers, including a shot of the main monument with its satellite markers for Father, Mother, Hattie, and Clifford as well as a smaller one that says "Father." I wasn't able to add these other photos due to the five photo limitation. If you would like a copy of them, please send me your email address and I will send you the photo attachments. My email address is


Added by Steven C. Guy on Oct 12, 2013 11:02 PM

Daisy Edith Wilks & Henry William Wilks
Daisy Edith Wilkes - Died Oct 2, 1915 at her home near Landreth mill after a brief illness. She was 25 years old and born in Afton, Iowa. She was married in Seattle in 1908. Her husband died last year. She leaves two small children, a mother and 6 brothers.

"Young Wilks Dead- Death Caused by Whooping Cough - Fifth in Family Within Two Years"
Henry William Wilks, the orphan son of Henry and Edith Wilks, and the adopted son of Frankie and Minnie Wilks, died May 5, 1916, from whooping cough at the home of foster parents. ...The deceased was born in Wenatchee, August 9, 1911. During the last two years five deaths have occurred in the Wilks family. The father of this dead child in June 1914, following an operation, and the mother passed away in November of last year. One month later, the maternal grandmother, Mary E. Young, died. Exactly one month ago, the grandfather, James Wilks, a veteran of the Mexican War, died at the Old Soldier's home at Orting.

Added by MKS on Oct 12, 2013 4:20 PM

Ralph Portlock
RE: Eliza Perisho
You're welcome. Use the photo any way you wish. I do not need credit. Pleased I could help.

Added by Ralph Portlock on Oct 12, 2013 2:21 PM

Wilks in Wenatchee
The stones in Plot 7 were north to south (Henry W. Wilkes Jr, Nancy Wilks, Mary E. Wilks, Edith D. Wilks and Henry W. Wilks. Stones contain names only.

Henry W. Wilkes, Jr. was born 1915 and died 5 May 1916, the son of Henry W. Wilks and Edith Daisy Rodepouch.

Nancy Wilks, I believe, was the wife of Samuel Wilks/Wilkes. Nancy E. was born in Apr 1850 in IN. She was widowed and daughter, Mary J. was living with her in Wenatchee in 1900. (Probably died between 1915 and 1916 if grave placement is any indication.)

Mary E. Wilks, I believe, was the wife of James M. Wilks, a brother of Henry W. Wilks and son of Samuel and Nancy Wilks. Mary was born about 1856 in Iowa. (Probably died between 1915 and 1916 if grave placement is any indication.)

Edith E. Wilks, the wife of Henry W. Wilks, was born about 1880 and died 2 Oct 1915 at age 25 years

Henry W. Wilks, the husband of Edith, was born May 1876 and died 11 June 1914. Henry was the son of Samuel Wilks and Emma Lowe.

Also buried in Wenatchee is Frank Edward Wilks, son of Samuel and Nancy, and brother of Henry William Wilks.

I will be at the Wenatchee Area Genealogical Society (WAGS) on Saturday and will check on obituaries. If I find anything new, I'll let you know.

Hope this helps!

Added by MKS on Oct 11, 2013 11:44 AM

RE: Wilks in Wenatchee Cemetery
I'll try to get them posted before my grandson's football game. Of course you can post them to Ancestry. I'll send you an email this evening of misc. information I located on the family.

Added by MKS on Oct 10, 2013 4:19 PM

Amy Bath #35874188
You have permission touse anything we have posdted on a site.


Added by lloker on Sep 24, 2013 8:37 AM

Harrison Pierce
RE: Frank Z & Mary Craft
glad to help

yes do that

Added by Harrison Pierce on Sep 23, 2013 9:50 AM

RE: Amy Bath #35874188
Yes you may use the photo and obit.


Added by lloker on Sep 23, 2013 9:22 AM

Jan Fenter
RE: Lawrence Richardson
Hello Terri,
Thank you for asking for permission to use my grave marker photos on the Find A Grave memorial for Lawrence J. Richardson, in Lincoln Memorial Park, Portland, Oregon.

If you give me credit as the photographer, include that the original photo is on Find A Grave, and give the name and location of the cemetery, you have my permission to post the gravemarker photos I took on your family tree. Anyone else who wants to use these photos needs to contact me for permission.

Jan Fenter

Added by Jan Fenter on Sep 15, 2013 10:04 AM

Michael H
RE: Photo Request for Fred and Nellie Richardson
Hello Terri,

FindAGrave has a specific spot for GPS coordinates. When viewing a FindAGrave record, near the plot information is a link entitled, [Edit Plot]. By clicking this, you can then enter the Latitude and Longitude of the plot. For the Richardsons, their latitude would be 53.623188 and their longitude would be -113.389142.

Concerning the photo, please feel free to use it you like. My belief is it belongs to your family more than it does to me... :)


Added by Michael H on Sep 14, 2013 12:10 PM

Michael H
Photo Request for Fred and Nellie Richardson
Hello Terri,

Concerning your photo request for Fred and Nellie Richardson, I visited their cemetery plot today and photographed their headstone.

In case you wanted to update the FindAGrave records, the approximate GPS coordinates of the plots are 53.623188,-113.389142, which can be viewed on Google Maps at

Best wishes,

Added by Michael H on Sep 14, 2013 10:39 AM

The Gillebo's are under your care now. Feel free to use the picture anywhere. I am glad they now have homes since I am not related to them! Enjoy.

Added by YankeeGraver on Sep 12, 2013 6:59 PM

Wendi Lisa
RE: Menallen Friends Cemetery
Sorry for the delay. You betcha, Terri, post away! We most likely are relatives. :)

Added by Wendi Lisa on Sep 10, 2013 5:38 PM

Karen Ziege Bartelt
RE: David Wetzel
They were born in 1809 and 1810. I would prefer to just send you the photo I took (It's one combined headstone) and you can make the memorials and add the photo. If you put up memorials and request a photo, someone else will probably suck them up first, anyway. I just had three of my claimed photos literally stolen out from under me today. Just contact me by the email address on my profile, and I'll send you the photo.

Added by Karen Ziege Bartelt on Sep 04, 2013 2:16 PM

Karen Ziege Bartelt
David Wetzel
Hello, I was at Springdale this morning. I had a map of the Division where your relative is buried (The Cove). It is one of the smaller, easier, sections of this cemetery. Unfortunately, your relative has no headstone there. I did photograph the headstone of John and Mary Wetzel, but they are the only Wetzels with a headstone. I did photograph the area where the grave should be, based on nearby headstones. I can either fulfill your request with a photo of the area where David is buried, or report a problem. let me know what you would like me to do. Regards, Karen

Added by Karen Ziege Bartelt on Sep 04, 2013 12:48 PM

Searcher 4 U
RE: Millsie Allen
Terri, Thanks for the message. I have the same problem finding some of my ancestor's final resting places! The picture I placed on the Find-A-Grave site is the location that the caretakers at Millville Masonic Cemetery feel that Millsie is buried. As I said before, they believe he is in an unmarked plot behind those two markers. If you didn't receive it off the Find-A-Grave site, let me know, and I will post it again, okay? Searcher 4 U

Added by Searcher 4 U on Sep 04, 2013 11:25 AM


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