|Denise Brown Biard Ercole (#47100265)|
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I got interested in family research in 1999 when I had to produce a family tree for an Anthropology class. I had to get a twelve foot roll of butcher paper to complete the assignment because, standing on the shoulders of giants (my wonderful family researchers), I had too many ancestors to fit on a single sheet of paper. In the years since I've added to my history and been able to trace some of our dead-end lines!|
I love to learn about my family and help others learn about theirs... Seems to make new friends, new family connections and answer haunting questions sometimes.
I live by my mom and her cousin's rule though... our ancestors will let us find them when they want to be revealed!
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|Patricio Griego||Headstone Photo for Barbara and Emeterio Madrid|
Previously you added a photo of the headstone of Barbara S Madrid and her husband Emeterio Madrid to Barbara's Memorial (Find A Grave Memorial# 5863029) I was wondering if you could add the same photo to her husband's memorial as well (Find A Grave Memorial# 126521966). Thank you.
|JC||Re: John Paesano|
Thank you so much for taking the photo of John's headstone. I appreciate your time and effort. The quote on it does make this one special. I wonder what caused his death just one day shy of his 21st birthday.
Added by JC on Jul 04, 2014 5:17 PM
|Ruth Ann Roberts Coker||Clarence and Mollie (Padgett) Johnson|
Thank you for adding the headstone photo for Clarence Clifton Johnson, #119841582, and his wife, Mary 'Mollie' (Padgett) Johnson. Would you mind adding the headstone photo to Mollie's memorial? She is #119842179. Thank you very much!
|Larry Burford||Ann & Don Riley|
Thank you so much for taking these photos for me. Ann was my wife's 1st cousin.
|Ash Montagu||Denise Blackington|
Thank you very much for taking a photo of her marker. She did not show up in the SSDI and I have been looking for several years. It was as if she fell off the face of the earth.
She was an amazing person. I know that a few years ago her youngest daughter was trying to locate her also. Her parents and brother have also been deceased for many years and are in the same cemetery.
I do random acts of kindness myself. If there is something you think I can do let me know.
|Steven R. Goff||RE: Noble and Margaret Boyd|
Your welcome , Have a great day
|Julie Rasmussen||RE: Hensley's at Exira|
You are welcome, Denise! Many people have helped me. Also, for some reason, I really appreciate family members who are willing to manage their memorials! Julie
|B.J. Waters||RE: Inglewood Cemetery Burial|
Hi Denise, thank you for contacting me. Inglewood is very easy to work with. You can call them for the burial location. Their website has plot maps, so you can pull up and print a copy of the map you need to find the grave. If you need help, the groundskeepers are always willing to help out, every day except Sunday. The cemetery gates are open on Sunday, but not the office.
Good luck! If you need me, let me know. I go on Saturdays and sometimes Sundays, if I have the locations already.
|Bonita Olmer||RE: Bruce Hensley|
You're welcome. It's always a pleasure. :)
|Diane Payne||Frank Maywood Hensley|
I am happy to transfer Frank to you.
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