|D Boyd (#47202388)|
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|Getting more involved in genealogy over the last several years. Have the legacies of my mother and father-in-law -- both heavily into genealogy. Most of our ancestors settled in PA, DE, and NJ, so have focused my research there. However, have done some poking around in cemeteries in GA since we moved here. My husband and I are available to try to hunt down a grave in Cobb or Cherokee Co., GA. My husband has proven to be an excellent grave tracker, too!|
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|Stjoemom||RE: Capt. John H Calhoun #53697496|
I am no relation to this family. I'd be more than happy to transfer the memorial to you. Just let me know.
Added by Stjoemom on Sep 13, 2016 11:05 AM
|Mary Jo C. Martin||Memorial #40063815 Frank A. Bair III|
Thanks for writing about this memorial. Sorry it took me so long to fix it. You wrote to me just as I was starting a new school year (I'm in Australia) and a new position as department head.
I couldn't figure out what you wanted me to do at first, until I had a close look and realized that I had read 1921 on the gravestone as 1821. Well spotted!
I do love to know that my work on this website is bringing happy memories to older people. If the 95yo gentleman has anything he'd like to add to my Bair memorials, please let me know.
Alternatively, I'd be happy to transfer them to you. I am only tangentially related to them.
Regards, Mary Jo
|Scott Balyer||RE: Memorial # 121242227 Charles W Bair|
Thank you Debbie, I was unaware of the duplicate. I believe it was entered via the obit whereas only Riverview was mentioned and not Lambertville, so the assumption was Trenton. I've deleted my entry.
|aylaeh||RE: Phillip Schultz Photo|
Yes, I see that someone else took a photo but since I said that I would do it, I will also take one. I wish that others would respect it when someone says that they will do something and not step on that person's toes.
Added by aylaeh on May 14, 2015 10:38 AM
|bluelady||RE: Thank you for Rosebrook headstone photos!|
I just did some looking for you. His 2nd wife is buried in the Maple Grove cemetery in Horseheads. Funny thing is..you maintain that memorial! I have fun going to cemeteries to photograph. I kind of adopted Woodlawn because no one was doing it!
Added by bluelady on Apr 27, 2014 8:55 PM
|Chris Hobson||RE: James and Fannie Elliott Conrad, Lyman Cemetery|
I am glad I could be of help. Anything you can add to the memorials would be a bonus.. If you want me to transfer the Conrads and Stricks I can to make it easier to put the photos on there...Do you want me to add Elizabeth Rosebrook and let you do it if I transfer you her parents...I actually am not related to really anyone in the Roulette area.. I got helping other people and am slowly going through the lists from Painted Hills.. Who ever did the transcribing did a C job...Lots of typos and poor info...I need to go over in the Spring and take photos myself and figure some of this stuff out...Its about 25 miles from where I live so I have to do some planning...Let me know about the transfers...
I don't live near there--but you can enter Photo Requests and someone who does will likely try to get pics when they can.
I added the info you sent, and would be glad to transfer her and Loren to you if you want. I used cemetery lists for most of my entries, and rarely knew for sure how they were compiled, although when burial dates were given I assumed someone had compiled them from the cmetery's records rather than from the markers.
Thank You very much! I thank you for the trouble that you put in to this.
|Backus Family History||RE: Sabra and Henry Elliott|
They were in 2 different sections of the cemetery, Henry's was in section a and Sabra's was in section d. The 2 sections ajoin each other. Henry's was next a few Holcomb's and Sabra's I take it was in her families section (Millers).
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