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Please do not copy and post personal photographs of my family members to other websites such as ancestry.com without my permission. I do not have a problem with reusing my tombstone photos, but credit would be a good idea as they are my photos. Also note that I did not take all of the photos on my memorials and can't give permission for the ones I didn't take to be reused.
My husband and I started trying to trace our roots back to Europe about 10 years ago. We were fortunate that several of our ancestors had kept some records and created family books which were the start of our adventures. We were surprised to learn that both of our families had branches in this country since the 1700's (my Stones/Nowels and his Howards/MacDonalds). Most of the entries I've made have some connection to these families, although remote at times (cousins many times removed). A few are just made from photos taken as we walked a cemetery looking for our family members.
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|Carla Swieter Ramey & Robert Ramey||lutes grave|
I have found in the Mausoleum two people who do not have a name by their urns. I have taken pictures of both. They have pictures of the couples next to them. If you send me an email address to firstname.lastname@example.org I will send you the pictures and if you know them by their picture then you tell me and I can put on.
Thank you for the correction - Spencer at Mt Pleasant. I have deleted both
|Stephen Burke||Roy Ausbury|
I went to the Oakwood Cemetery office today, and ask them to check and see if they could tell me where Roy Ausbury was buried. They checked their records, and they show no Roy Ausbury buried there. (Oakwood Cemetery, Macomb, IL.)
|Amy Elizabeth||RE: Jennie Lynette Photo|
You're very welcome for the photo - glad I could help!
|Wendy Ward Sellers #47840881||Mary Mageean|
Solving Mysteries! Thank you : ) I can't figure out how to write you except for here.
Yes, the NC SS# is a match as that is where she was born. And after I got your info, I was able to find the death record on Ancestry and as you said, it matched her mother's maiden name.
I really appreciate it! I had those two beautiful photos of her and no memorial so I decided to enter the info I had in hopes of finding more and you certainly helped.
If you are looking for more mysteries to solve, take a look at my virtual cemetery called "Family Mysteries" and you will find a few that I can't solve. I'm most desperate to find Clyde Everett Smith - he was my mother's uncle who disappeared and was never seen from again.
Thanks so much!
|Wendy Ward Sellers #47840881||Mary Sellers Mageean|
Thank you so much for the updates on her memorial! I did not know her married last name. May I asked how you found this information? I'd love to find more.
|Phil Harris||RE: Reuben Long Photo|
Your very welcome. I took photos of all the "Longs"
in Section A Row 5 that were there.
Best of luck in all your research.
|Don Green||Bad Entries|
Thanks so much for pointing out those two single name / no data entries of mine. I think they happen when I'm downstairs with the grandchildren "watching" Mickey Mouse, and using my laptop. Whenever I use that laptop "pad" instead of a mouse, strange things happen. Glad you caught them !
|Gennaphyr||Emma and Anita at Greenwood|
Hi, I received your edit request stating the last name as Martinez and I would like to know your source.
|GeekyGraveGirl||Mattie Sender edits|
Also thank you for this edit. It's amazing that you found these in cemeteries hundreds of miles apart, both of which I've photographed.
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