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I've been enjoying locating the tombstones of my ancestors, and near ancestors. Finding cousins in different areas of this wonderful country has been a bonus.(I just met with a third cousin in Iowa) I am a member of our local Genealogical Society and enjoy the peace and tranquility of the lovely cemeteries.|
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|Duane St. Mary||RE: Homer & Marian Provins Dutrow|
Hi Karen. If you could transfer Homer & Marion Dutrow to me that would be great. Judy & I were in Duncansville this summer for a Dutrow reunion and then went to Martinsburg to visit the graves. We live in Minnesota so don't get there often.
Wondering if you would remove the Gertie memorial I had that was merged with yours....it is
showing on this memorial. Thanks
can't do it - it is glitch they are working on
see the help forum:
Ghost Family Links
Added by Kat on Nov 04, 2013 11:43 AM
|Kat||from the FAQs|
"Most of our contributors are unable to make updates on the same day a request is sent in. Please allow thirty days from your original request before contacting Find A Grave about the lack of activity."
that date will be up 11/5
Added by Kat on Nov 02, 2013 9:59 PM
find a grave gives 30 days for a request to add something. The thirty days isn't up yet.
Added by Kat on Nov 02, 2013 9:54 PM
|Frankie||RE: Doud stones|
Feel free to use them for your grandson's tree.
Glad to have been of help.
Added by Frankie on Oct 14, 2013 5:14 PM
|Jeff Harvey||RE: Wilson Gundrum|
The stone had six Gundrums, none of which had photos in the data base, and some that weren't even IN the database. I added them all, so you might want to look again. The reverse side of the stone had two little children that died very young, plus a soldier from the Spanish-American War. I'm assuming that they're all children of Wilson and his wives. If you find out for sure, please let me know and I'll connect them.
|Frankie||RE: Alvah Doud|
You're very welcome.
I have to say, even knowing the names closest to this headstone, I almost didn't find it! As you can tell, it's in pretty bad shape - 3 pieces to be exact!
And one of those I had to move so I could at least see the name. I don't do "creepy crawlers" well, so I didn't try to get any closer than I did. Thank goodness for the zoom feature.
Added by Frankie on Sep 23, 2013 1:34 PM
|Jan A||RE: Golden Ake|
Added by Jan A on Sep 20, 2013 8:33 PM
|McHunter45||RE: Robert Kern Wilson|
Karen, thank you for adding the bio. I enjoy looking up old obits and you would be surprised some people refuse to add them. Mary
|Anonymous||RE: Eunice Konkle|
If you'd like to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I will attach I pic of the location of Jacob and Nancy's tombstones in the Buckley Farragut Cemetery to make the area easy to find if you choose to look for Jacob's first wife, Eunice abt 1790-1822. Even if there is a stone nearby that looks unreadable, I have a friend that is excellent at reading what seems to be unreadable tombstones ;)
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