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Cemeteries are the most peaceful places on earth. I enjoy strolling through them, acknowledging the lives of those who walked before me.|
In addition to photographing graves, I spend time in cemeteries contemplating life, mulling over problems and praying. They have a way of reminding me to keep an eternal perspective.
Feel free to use any of my grave photos for your own personal use, but please ask permission before posting on another website. Thank you.
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|Karen Hanger Parham||Risley family|
I am looking for information on Emory and Margaret Risley who last lived in Perry County MO around 1884? I see you have information on find a grave of a sibling of Clyde Belle's who was probably a cousin to my relatives. My great grandmother Flora Risley and her sister Dora, who died around 17 and was buried in a Pullum grave, were apparently left with this family and for my great grandmother until she was married at 16 to Sylvester Shaw. But it seems as if their parents Emory and Margaret disappeared with no trace. I have contacted Illinois surrounding counties and Perry County with no help. Sometimes when someone is in charge of a find a grave they are a relative so I didn't know in your case, if so, and if you were familiar with the family. I have traced Emory's family to the 1600's but don't know what happened to him. Thanks for any help! Karen Oh and my email is RememberYHWH@Gmail.Com
Thank you - I will try the link.
Added by Greg on Feb 28, 2016 8:34 AM
|Milena Camara||RE: Find A Grave Memorial# 33111755|
here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eSXq_2SUb6U
See your name in the acknowledgments and iconographic sources.
|Ruth Baker||Elijah Chaffin|
I just found some information on Elijah Chaffin on Findagrave. I am in the Bitterroot Valley, Montana and trying to find out some more information on Elijah Chaffin and where he settled here around Corvallis. Do you have any more information and are you related to him? Please let me know
|Rod Ramer||RE: Belva Andrews|
Thanks for your note.
This is the authority that we have for this citation:
Andrews, Eugene A.; Belva Robuck 21 Nov 1912 Denver 55727
Colorado Marriages 1859-1939 Groom Index ANDREWS, E - ARCHULELLO, Vital Rec
COLORADO MARRIAGES 1859 - 1939 (BY GROOM ONLY & "A" NAMES, ONLY)
Copyright (c) 1994 by John Chandler Clement, Denver, Colorado. All
rights reserved except permission granted to reproduce or distribute
to not-for-profit individuals or organizations.
We also have joint US Census records for 1920, 1930 and 1940, all in Durango, LaPlata Co. CO, US
showing them as husband and wife.
|Bill Mahoney||RE: Thomas Carr|
Have you had a chance to follow up with local headstone maker?
|Phil & Kathi||RE: Joseph Adams|
I totally agree and appreciate your kindness!
|Phil & Kathi||Joseph Adams|
Thank you for the photo! Should I assume he doesn't have a stone?
|Milena Camara||Find A Grave Memorial# 33111755|
In The book "Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever in Western Montana - Anatomy of a pestilence", Robert N. Philip says: "on a gravestone in the present Corvallis cemetery is the inscription: 'Jonas Williams, age 21 years and 14 days, died May, 19, 1873' ".
This is your photo!
I'm studying spotted fever, and wish to make a small homemade video about the disease, to post on you tube.
Can I use the image of your photo?
From s. Paulo, Brazil.
You can use any of my Find A Grave pictures as if they are your own. I will also send you out-of-the-camera fine jpeg's if needed.
Added by JimM on Oct 12, 2013 5:55 AM
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