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Please use email if you have questions regarding my memorials or want to know if I have more information. Please do not use the public message board here for this purpose.
Please always be sure to give credit where it's due. You may use my pictures for personal use only, with credit given to me: "Photo Courtesy: Dorothy Findagrave #47601262". My photos should not be used for publication in any way or form, without permission or knowledge from me. It's my pleasure to take photos and share them. I also contribute info when I can and often and I also create memorials along the way.
I trim my messages occasionally to keep it under control and keep those that I need to do deal with sometime.
A BIG thank you to ALL memorial creators, photographers, and info contributors who take the time and effort to make this project a huge success. It's really the collaborative effort that we all work together to make this Findagrave possible.
I've always had passion in genealogy. Virtually all my roots started in New England 400 years ago, heavily concentrated in CT and MA. It has been a fascinating journey discovering and learning so much more about my family, their migrations westward, and local history along the way. I have found that Findagrave has been an extremely valuable tool, a great asset in my research.
Some links you might be interested in:
FACEBOOK - two genealogy groups:
1) PHELPS Genealogy in America - all Phelps branches welcome
2) RILEY Genealogy in America - all branches welcome
3) www.FTDNA.com is the best source for DNA testing and also has the largest and well-established database. The bonus is they keep the testee's sample for 25 yrs for future tests. I especially urge those who have roots in Colonial New England have their living MALE relatives who carry the surname Phelps, Riley, Reed, Howe, Mason, Avery, Trowbridge, Eaton, Jackson, Kellogg, Ketchum, Olmsted, Stebbins, Bell, Knott, Douglass, Calkins/Caulkins, Carpenter, and so many more - to test their yDNA (FF, i.e. autosomal test called Family Finder is also another great tool, offered through FTDNA). We need your help to establish and confirm the surname branches.
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|Rob||RE: John Barnes @ Evergreen|
I went ahead and transferred his memorial to you.
We just received a dusting of snow this morning and are expecting more mid-week; I'll try to check his plot as the weather will allow. If there are others (I think Section 63 is mostly single & double plots, not large family plots), I'll get photos, create memorials and send them your way.
Added by Rob on Jan 26, 2015 3:59 AM
|Rob||John Barnes @ Evergreen|
Per cemetery records, the John G. Barnes buried there was born in South Dakota, the son of John Barnes and Elizabeth Ann Carr. The plot owner is listed as Myrtle Barnes, his wife. Online records stop at 1975, so there is nobody else listed at present. I'll make a note to stop by and check when the weather improves.
Hope this helps, please let me know if there's anything else I can do.
Added by Rob on Jan 25, 2015 7:26 PM
|WILDWOOD -JRMSB||viola ellen gregg harville #111643933|
Thank you so much for creating this memorial...I had a stroke in 2004-5, and I am just now able to represent the daughter and complete the memorial with the help of the volunteers at the cemetery. The daughter (my mother's cousin) is sending me a picture of her mother and I was promised that I would hear back from the cem office on Monday with plans for: a cemetery plot map; the plot info, and a pic of the grave stone.
I am so willing to get this done for the daughter...I spoke to her last night and she reminded me she is 85. She has been an orphan most of her life, as her father's submarine, the U.S.S. Golet sunk in Honshu Bay, Japan during the Pacific campaign. Thank you for your kindness shown to our Viola.
Please advise if I may provide all this for you to include in her memorial at a later date. Thank you again. Jeanne/WILDWOOD - JRMSB (#46513740.
|Rhonda Tincher||Beradine and Bernard Phelps|
You are welcome.
|JJG||RE: Noble Stearns|
You are very welcome!
Added by JJG on Jan 22, 2015 9:50 AM
|Traci Hurlbut||Hannah Reed|
I am not sure what the inscription reads. Unfortunately, we are knee deep in snow right now so I can't go and check at the cemetery. I will try to remember when the weather gets better and go and check for you.
|Larry Wales||RE: Gulusha|
You're welcome, Dorothy, Larry
|Renee||Debra / Delice Riley|
I took photo of grass area where Debra & Delice are buried. Grave is centered, above xmas wreath. Reference Peggy Long headstone, records show Space 48. All babies in this section are buried very close together
Added by Renee on Dec 21, 2014 5:49 PM
|Barbara Goggin Brann||Snake Hollow Cemetery|
You had 5 photo requests for this cemetery. According to the page for the cemetery, it no longer exists.
Thanks so much for the edits. - the links are done
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