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bluejayln (#47037990)
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Bio Photo I am so excited to have found this site. I have received pictures of headstones that I never would have gotten if not for this website! And the feeling I get when I go take pictures for others is quite fulfilling! A remarkable website!
Nothing connects us like the past.
There are so many just waiting for us to find them. It is my mission!
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I live in Northern California and have four children and fifteen grandchildren. I don't know what I love more, spending time with the grand kids or searching for ancestors....well, I guess the kids win out. Wish I didn't have to work. Then there would be plenty of time for both!
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Connie Stockton Schmidt
Slaughter
Roni, I have transferred all of the slaughter's to your care. There was one(Edith Jean Slaughter) that you did not mention for transfer but she was the dau of John Frances and Mollie so I did it anyway. Look at the note on her memorial as to the birth and death dates. Maybe you can shed some light on that situation.

Connie
Added by Connie Stockton Schmidt on Dec 02, 2014 11:07 AM
Christina
Thomas Shocknessy in Ferncliff
Sec L lot 174
Anna Shocknessy ---
Thomas Shocknessy d1925
Wilber Shocknessy d1903
Added by Christina on Sep 21, 2014 10:04 PM
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Mary Wiley
Another for ya
Added by ProgBase on Sep 15, 2014 1:32 PM
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John Shocknessy
All yours
Added by ProgBase on Sep 15, 2014 12:54 PM
nancy ashley
Sgt. Thomas H. Kidd
Hi there, My name is William Ashley, Nancy's husband. My Grandfather was Greenberry Kidd, Lee Co. Ky. If you type in Thomas H. Kidd Virginia Stanfield, and click on no. 1 , Rootsweb|Vascotti, no. 2, Reily Kidd's extended family, and no. 3, Kentucky in the Civil War Geocities.ws, I'll bet this is your Sgt. Thomas H. Kidd. Good luck, and good hunting. William
Added by nancy ashley on Jul 06, 2014 6:25 PM
nancy ashley
RE: Kidd Cemetery
hi, good to hear from y'all. this Kidd family cemetery is located on the family farm in Lee CO KY. other than the people I have put on here, I don't know who else is buried there. we do not know those cousins who still live there. we live out in WA. I will ask around and let you know if I can be of any help. that was a long time ago.
Added by nancy ashley on Jul 06, 2014 4:44 PM
KansasChinaDad
RE: Alice McFadden
I'm sure it is ok. Have a great week!
Added by KansasChinaDad on Jun 02, 2014 9:45 AM
KansasChinaDad
RE: Alice McFadden
My cousin, Scott was up there last week and took this photo of Isom David's stone. You can find it on Isom's memorial page. His memorial number is 13454162.
Added by KansasChinaDad on Jun 01, 2014 7:01 PM
KansasChinaDad
RE: Alice McFadden
This cemetery was the original cemetery for the town.The cemetery was established in 1883. It soon became apparent to the town fathers that a new cemetery would need to be built. There were many years when this cemetery was not taken care of. In 1981, a local Boy Scout restored as many stones as he could for his Eagle Scout project.

It is now maintained, but there are lots of missing stones. Many of my great-great grandparents are buried there. Some have a stone and some don't.

It is a beautiful setting, just north of town and has great views of the countryside.
Added by KansasChinaDad on Jun 01, 2014 6:55 PM
Pezchild
RE: Amanda and Walter White
You're welcome. This was a difficult stone to photograph, because of it's color and texture the engraving just doesn't stand out. REB
Added by Pezchild on May 22, 2014 11:14 AM
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