|Laura Heckman (#46608184)|
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My love of research and genealogy since 1981, and my dedication to the cemeteries that I have been visiting for people to find where their loved ones are buried, is truly enjoying. We enjoy the peace in these old cemeteries. My husband and I love finding and taking pictures of the old headstones and wonder what history they must contain.|
If you come across one of your loved ones which I have added, and there is an error, please feel free to let me know. I will be happy to transfer memorials over of your immediate family members, unless it is a family relative.
Please note & take into consideration that I am not related to a lot of whom I have added. I add them to Find A Grave so family members can also find where their ancestors have been put to rest.
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This is my dad great grandpa
|Nancy Noble||Thank You!|
Laura, thanks for putting the obit of Charles Raymond Cross on Find A Grave. "Ray", as he was known, was my mother's brother and I had no obit for him until now. Because of the obit, I now know a second wife's name, as well as other new details about his life.
You have helped me as well as countless others because of your work on Find A Grave. Thank you for what you do!
Nancy Noble in Bend, OR
|marie dale patten mullins||JOHN P Patten|
a link has been added to this grave My grandfather showing his mother as anna santee. as far as I know this is incorrect.. his parents show married july 3, 1901 and john perry was born oct. 1902.. I am gonna try to find his birth certificate or death certificate..hopefully one of my aunts or uncles, john perry patten's children will have it. I was just wondering if you could tell me or ask who did this to verify the information.. not saying it couldn't have happened and no one knew.. but I don't think this is right..please and thank you.http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=17823551
|JanFamily||Luella Hartog Hogan|
Find A Grave Memorial# 36037168 I suggested that you change the last name for this record because Forest Lawn cemetery records indicate that is her final name. Perhaps she was first married to John Hartog, but then remarried after his death to somebody named Hogan.
|d yancey||RE: James Warren Coan|
You are welcome. I haven't been to Sparkman in a long time. I now live in GA, but that is where my mom side of the family is buried as well as where she will be buried. Lots of people could not afford stones back then. I made the memorial from the listing of Sparkman.
Added by d yancey on May 05, 2015 11:33 AM
|d yancey||James W Coan|
Added by d yancey on May 03, 2015 8:26 PM
|Eva Hopkins||Carl John "Charlie" Peterson - great uncle?|
How are you related to Charlie and Emma Peterson?
I have a picture of Emma. Are you related to Roy and Corrine Peterson also?
|Margret Bond||Johnson Family in Burstrom Cemetery|
Arthur Thomas Johnson 1896 - 1918. Leonard Johnson 1899-1982 Chesterton Cemetery, Porter County Indiana.
Arthur and Leonard's father is John Alfred Johnson buried in Burstrom Cemtery, Porter County. He dies in 1902.
Leonard and his brother are linked to Alfred Johnson born in 1880 as their father. This Alfred is actually a cousin.
Thanks for all your hard work on findagrave.com. It is greatly appreciated.
|JJG||Mintun/Herrold Pinhook Cemetery pics|
Good morning! I'd like to request permission to use your fabulous photos for our family tree. I'll be sure to give you credit! Thank you for your time.
Added by JJG on Jan 09, 2015 10:37 AM
|Jim Conboy||Charles Philip Conboy|
I just sent in a suggested edit re Charles Philip Conboy. His father was John L. Conboy, not John T. Conboy. John T. was his brother.
Thanks for all the work you do.
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