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A church primary activity sparked my interest in family history 15 years ago. I work on my genealogy off and on. Right now, I am focusing on my dad's side of the family, Williams, and my husband's side, Hansen and Morris.
I welcome any additional info you may have regarding one of my memorials, be it a picture, obituary, bio, etc. The memorials I manage/create are of direct relatives of myself and my husband. For this reason, I will be very hesitant to transfer them, unless you can prove you are a closer relation to them than I. Please refer to my virtual cemeteries to see if this is the case. If so, I will gladly transfer them.
Need help finding a gravestone in Northern Utah? Email me! I can help with Tremonton, Elwood, Bear River City, Fielding, Deweyville, Beaver Dam, Portage, Plymouth, Thatcher/Penrose, Bothwell, Garland, and Honeyville and Brigham City.
I enjoying crocheting, gardening, playing piano, reading & writing, being with my family, and of course family history work. I like to collect pens, coins, frog figurines, and Japanese animation art.
Find me on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/jessica.morris06
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|Carole Steele||RE: Wm Bradford|
The national Mayflower Society has been around forever! Headquartered in Plymouth. I'm planning a trip back there in Sept. Excited to see all the Pilgrim sites. GOOGLE Mayflower Society and you'll find everything you need to know. Very prestigious to belong. They send you a beautiful 8x10 framable certificate with your name and the name of your pilgrim people. What a legacy to pass on to kids/family. Please look into it. Your State should also have it'n own Society so GOOGLE that as well. Cities within the States also have their own chapters and that's where you'll get help filling out your application. Give it a go!
|Carole Steele||Wm Bradford|
I encourage you to join the Mayflower Society if you can prove through documentation that you are BLOOD related to Wm Bradford. I've done it. I'm related to TWO original Mayflower pilgrims.
|Josefa||RE: Wiseman headstone|
You are more than welcome! It's such a sweet little headstone.
Added by Josefa on Jun 09, 2014 9:38 PM
|Gary Mowrey||Brittish Settlers Monument|
Find A Grave Memorial# 15607910
Thank you for creating the memorial page on Find A Grave!
I found this photo of the Brittish Settlers Monument - Ann Elizabeth Hodgkinson Wamsley-Palmer
Ann is the mother-in-law of my 2nd great grand aunt, Sarah McCann married to Johnathan "John" Wamsley.
May I use the photo for my private tree on Ancestry?
Are you related to this family?
|Sharon||RE: Garland Cemetery|
Yippee! Thank You!
Added by Sharon on May 23, 2012 5:56 AM
I am not sure how close you live to Garland Cemetery, but what is the chance that I happened upon someone who could provide a better "cemetery shot" of the Garland Cemetery. The sign is fine, but I would love to have more of a landscape view for a project I am working on!
Added by Sharon on May 22, 2012 12:59 PM
|Laurie Edmunds Reeve||RE: William Derr|
You're welcome, glad I could assist =)
|Laurie Edmunds Reeve||William Derr|
There was no marker for William but I have uploaded a photo of where he is buried. If you click on the photo you will find I have also included his burial record information.
|Anne||RE: Beryl Steed|
Thanks so much for the update, please keep me posted
Added by Anne on Jun 02, 2011 7:55 PM
Thank you for your time and effort in trying to photograph Beryl's grave.
Added by Anne on May 30, 2011 6:15 PM
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