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I'm a married lady, and genealogy is my main hobby. While it's true that this site is not specifically for genealogy, memorials of our loved ones go hand-in-hand with the family tree. After all, who cares more about those being memorialized than their descendants? With the exception of famous people and soldiers, most of them would be ignored.
It's wonderful to be able to leave a token of remembrance for a great grandparent who's buried hundreds of miles away.
But my greatest joy here at FindAGrave is to add a photo or a few biographical tidbits to family memorials that may be here long after I'm gone, so ancestors will be more than just a name and date to future generations.
I am very grateful to all the wonderful volunteers who have loaded information and taken photos for everyone.
If anyone is related to one of my family members and would like to contribute information or photos to the memorial, please send me a message!
I don't like to add maiden names to memorials of those who may have living children, as it's a security issue with banking and identification, so if anyone catches that on a memorial, please contact me and I'll remove it.
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|Robert Kringe||Lacey in AC Cemetery|
I posted a picture of Ethel Lacey's grave site; Harold, Elizabeth and Anita are also on the stone. I will post their picture on their pages once you change their burial to AC Cemetery. I would post but if I dont post using uploading a picture, it comes out side-ways for some reason.
Hi, I noticed the very nice photo and profile you posted of Mehitable Crosby Nickerson. We are probably distant cousins since I believe I'm a descendant of her father, and her brother, Enoch E. Crosby. I'd be very interested in comparing notes, especially since it looks like you have access to some interesting info that I wasn't aware of. Please feel free to e-mail me. Greg
Added by GregRM on May 31, 2016 6:41 PM
|Don Sheaffer||John Hagy|
I have found your submission for John Hagy and Catherine Mellinger Hagy. I believe I may have discovered his parents in Shoeneck, West Cocalico Twp., Lancaster Co. The Mellinger Cemetery is there and I show a birth record of Oct 18, 1810. Please contact me at "firstname.lastname@example.org" to discuss further. Thanks, Don Sheaffer
|Debbie Hancox McMurry||John Lacey/Lacy|
I fixed his mother's memorial page. Keep me posted on his date of death...maybe where he is buried.
|Shary Mullins||John Holloway Links|
|Shary Mullins||John Holloway|
Do you have an email address I can send the info to? It's too long to leave a public message...ty
|Shary Mullins||John Holloway|
I connected them together from 2 different sources with the same exact information...
|Robbin Holcomb||Alice Andrews Mathis|
Find A Grave Memorial# 71517720
I seen on a comment that you're related to Alice through her son Edward, She is my 9th Great Grandmother through her son Jeremiah! That's pretty awesome!! Would love to connect and get the names for my family tree!
|Barbara B||Johan Nickell "a.k.a. Johann Nicholas" Klee|
Find A Grave Memorial# 104489033
Good afternoon, greatgrands!
I was going to request a tombstone photo - do we know if there is a tombstone for Johann Nicholas Klee? I decided to check with you first.
Thanks so much,
|Cindy Nunn||RE: William ACKLEY|
I descend from Elias' half brother, Amos ACKLEY, who married Ann RAMSEY :)
So you descend from Elias the Wanderer! That man sure got around and had a lot of interesting adventures. I believe he also sold his own patented "Indian Medicine."
I have never heard of anyone connecting William to John HACKLEY. I do have a John ACKLEY of Pennsylvania as a tentative possibilty as his father, and tentative siblings as John, Uriah, James, Daniel, Silas and Ann/Nancy.
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