Hi there. I am your cousin Holly's daughter. I have been looking for you. She told me you would have information about my grandmother and I desperately would like to find out more about her. If you could,could you please contact me at 229-699-3190 or at my email firstname.lastname@example.org. It would be greatly appreciated.
Added by Desiree on Sep 21, 2016 2:22 PM
|Greg Gallucci||RE: Ann Cameron|
Hi Therese. Thank you for your comments and suggestions, as I am fairly new to this. I use simple common sense when deciding to search for something like a previously unphotographed cemetery, especially those that may be on private land. I forwarded you two emails last night about my experience with the Cameron plot that I wrote to the other member here who contacted me in its regard. If you haven't read them, please do. Really juicy stuff. The real kicker is the identity of the man who threatened me and his relationship to the very cemetery I was looking for, which of course I had no idea of at the time until I got home after the encounter and did some research about his property (which I wasn't on by the way!). I'd love to here back from you after you read the details. Let me know if you received them as my email program went through an update yesterday and completely changed it's look, and I was fumbling with simple things like forwarding. Thanks again for your post. Who knew such a peaceful, rewarding hobby could be fraught with such danger? ha
|Steve McAnelly||RE: Kurrilue Johnson|
You are welcome! I love walking thru the cemeteries and taking pictures. So much history to be found.
Added by DebVassa on Jan 11, 2016 7:52 PM
|Holly Simpson||William and Janie Clark Purcell|
Hello TES, I am a great-granddaughter of Janie Clark. I have extensive family tree information. Are you a relative? Please contact me at email@example.com or 301-552-1578.
|13th Generation Fairbanks in America||RE: Chester and Isabel Hayes|
You're very welcome. Warm regards.
|CG||RE: Francis T Ridley|
You're welcome! I'm sorry there was no grave marker. That is an old and picturesque part of the cemetery, and has suffered much damage from neglect, storms and downed trees. I suspect there are many markers fallen over and buried, since many of the families (such as this one) were prominent and wealthy enough to afford a marker.
Added by CG on Nov 10, 2015 6:26 PM
Just put up Harolds marker. Also added his wife Matilda.
|Tom Spiegel||RE: Randall|
Hi Therese. When I get home later I will transfer the three Randall memorials to you as you are related to them.
Are you related to the Randall family members in Evergreen cemetery?
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