|B.J. Nelson (#46864554)|
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I'm a native of Longmont, CO. I'm been interested in genealogy for almost 50 years but I did take time off to raise a family. Research is much easier now then it was 30 years ago. The Denver Library and Federal Archives are not far away and that has been a help. |
When I started taking photos my husband didn't come but after a visit to a cemetery that was on a one lane road on the side of a mountain he was hooked. The markers were very old and very interesting, so now he willing walks around a cemetery with me as we locate the markers that were requested. He trims the grass and pulls the weeds around the markers to be sure I get a good photo. We also stop and visit relatives and friends and look at interesting markers. The two remarks on markers I have really liked are "This is the only stone she left unturned." and "I told you I was sick."
You have my permission to use headstone photos that I have posted for your genealogy record.
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I sent and edit for the memorial for Aristea Zuniga to improve the date of death. Both the marker photo and the SSDI agree the she dies Nov 27, 2002. Her burial was not until Dec.
I sent and edit for the memorial for Aristea Zuniga to improve the date of death. Both the marker photo and the SSSI agree the she dies Nov 27, 2002. Her burial was not until Dec.
Thank you so much for the picture of Mary A "Hulse" Nickle's headstone!! She was my husbands g grandmother :) I really Appreciate it!!
Added by momofdar on Aug 11, 2015 8:29 PM
Thank you for taking a picture of the plot where he was buried!
|Tina Lephew Cooke||Miracle,James & Blanche|
Thanks so much for taking the time to get this photo for me, you've been a blessing.
|Linda Cancilla||RE: John Edward Getzendaner|
Thank you so much for the photo. I definitely want it on the site. At least we can see the wife's burial spot and know where he is buried. I guess that happens more than we realize: Whoever goes last, no one places a marker on their grave. Perhaps we all should make those arrangements while we are still living.
Thanks again, Linda
|Michelle Ruggles||RE: Ruggles in Mtn. View Cemetery, Longmont|
So sorry that it has taken me so long to answer your email. I haven't been on find a grave recently.
Do you go to other cemeteries around Colorado? I'm looking for the Woodland Park Cemetery.
|JGBC||O Baller and G baller unmarked graves|
DELETE THEM???? No! Please don't it is a shame that the graves are unmarked, but I'm still thrilled that you have posted photos of their resting places! I appreciate your accuracy and quickness. It means so very much to our family! (Ohhhh. Yes and I'm not like those ________'s at the Longmont Genealogical Society whoever runs their findagrave is a _____! I would never be so rude! ) gosh they were telling me a while back that my grandmas middle name was eleanor when the tombstone, cemetery records, And birth records said esther! Then wouldn't change the wrong info! Gosh..... a favor? You manage my aunt and uncle Maria, Anna , and Nils Baller. I would LOVE a transfer if you are willng?
Thanks for the photohraphs :-)
Added by JGBC on May 21, 2015 10:38 AM
|Cockayne Farm||RE: Leo Schey|
Thanks so much for the photo. Leo was a woman and a cousin of my father's. Leo is an unusual name for a woman, I know. The children in that part of the family all had unique names. I will see about getting the stone fixed, and I thank you so much for the information and the picture. Jane Cockayne Weaver.
Can you please transfer my family to me?
Maria Baller 1847-1896
Anna Baller 1829-1887
Nils Baller 1844-1915
@ mountain view. I would REALLY appreciate it
Added by JGBC on Apr 26, 2015 8:05 AM
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