|Tracy Anne (#47809886)|
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Most of my ancestors originate from Britain and Ireland but I am researching a twig on the family tree that originates from Virgina & Missouri way way back when. I think Find A Grave is a great place to honour my ancestors and to help others follow the trails I have been on. I am located in Canada and its hard for me to do on-site research in other places. So, many thanks to all who post info and photos. Hopefully someone will find the info I post useful too. If you do, send me a message or place some flowers in my relatives' memorials. Cheers, Tracy Anne.|
"the dead are not far from us... they cling in some strange way to what is most still and deep within us" William Butler Yeats
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|Margaret Rose||Re: grave marker photo for William McLean|
Thank you Tracy Anne so much for adding the grave marker photo for William McLean ... it is greatly appreciated. Take care, Margaret
|Derece Powell||Mabel Cone|
Thank you for taking the time to photograph Mabel Cone's headstone. I really appreciate it :)
|Cliff Carson||William & Bertha Keen|
I too was unable to find a marker for William & Bertha Keen. Nevertheless I am quite sure they are both interred there as I have her death announcement stating that there would be a graveside service at the Loreburn Cemetery and I also have the leaflet handed out at William's Memorial service, which was held in the Loreburn United Church, which states that interment of remains would take place at Loreburn Cemetery.
The only Keen tombstone I could find at Loreburn was a tombstone for his mother Lily (Clifford) Keen. I suspect that William, his father Thomas, and his wife Bertha Alma (Forrest) were also buried in the family plot.
Thank you again for all your help.
|Cliff Carson||Loreburn Cemetery|
Thank you for the pictures from Loreburn Cemetery. I had an opportunity to visit the cemetery a few weeks ago but it was raining quite hard. Your pictures add greatly to my family history.
|Bob W||Anna Hoffman photo|
Thank you for obtaining the photo. Your efforts are very much appreciated.
Added by Bob W on Jul 15, 2014 10:44 PM
Thank you so much Tracy Anne for taking photos of the Thue family and posting them yesterday. It also helped to remind me I needed to update their memorials :-} Not sure if I've already asked yet, but do you ever make it up to Langham? I've just posted additional requests for First Sask. Lutheran Cemetery. There are about 175 burials that I know of and none have been photographed so far. Thought I'ld mention it in case you're interested or know of someone who is. I'm gradually adding the photo requests, so I don't use up all 20 per week. Thanks again and take care.
Added by Sheila on Jul 15, 2014 9:48 PM
Hi I just received that you have been able to fulfill my request for my aunt and uncle.
Thanks so much.
Added by Gateways on Jul 15, 2014 5:06 PM
|Frances E Thomson||Miners family|
Thank you so much for sending me cemetery info on Victoria Miners. I appreciate this very much. I was able to trace many other Miners family members through this lead.
Best to you!
Thank you so much for the photo of George Born's headstone. It even had a photo! Thanks again.
Added by Tillie on Jul 15, 2014 11:37 AM
Thank you very much for the photo of Harold's grave!!
Added by Arborist on Jul 15, 2014 8:01 AM
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