|Lisa Olorenshaw (#46990396)|
| || member for 6 years, 9 months, 2 days|
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I love this site and am more than happy to transfer to family of those I have added. Please don't hesitate to ask.|
Families are forever!!
|Messages left for Lisa Olorenshaw (6)||[Leave Message]|
Hi! I want to thank you for all the memorials that you have linked for me and the information that I have sent to you. Sometimes it can take over a year and needless request to get any of this done. I appreciate how quick you get it taken care of. I appreciate also all the pictures of headstones that you get out and spend so many hours taking. I can't get out much due to health but do no the history so I feel so bad for not being able to do this myself also so your time is so appreciated. Thank you also for all the transfers that you make to me. I wish you a good week.
Added by tbeck on Oct 27, 2014 2:41 AM
|Nancy Day||Eliza Jane Hopkins Rowe|
May I use your photo in my tree for Eliza?
|Kelly Howell||William Brown.|
Thanks for the information and taking the headstone picture.
|David Metcalf||Wendell Seamons|
Thank You for the transfer.
|Joel Shore||RE: Tregenna|
The captions on the photos explain the situation, which is that there is no surviving marker for James Tregenna. There is a marker for his parents and a closeup of that marker (which doesn't actually have their first names on it, but rather says FATHER and MOTHER) is posted on their memorials.
|William Lohman||Find A Grave Memorial# 105600855|
It seems as though there are no volunteers fulfilling headstone photo requests at St. Cleer General Cemetery (the Dissenters Chapel Cemetery.) However I do have the headstone transcriptions published by the Cornwall Family History Society for that cemetery. I sent you the headstone transcription for Jane Chapman Goldsworthy and her spouse Martin. (In your find-a-grave profile, look under the tab “Edits” “Edits I need to approve.”)
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