Ancestors & relatives never really go away, they get buried, cremated or vaulted in a sacred place for us to visit and remember. After all, where would we be without our ancestors? As much as it hurts to lose a loved one, we must be thankful for the time we had together. These memorials in FIND A GRAVE are growing by a million a month and make it easier for the world to find & see the memorials of their loved ones. Through these memorials, they live on. Passionate is an understatement, Genealogy & Cemeteries are a big part of my life. Have 40 years of sometimes obsessive research under my belt. Genealogically I picked up where my Grandfather and his father left off. I specialize in Madison County, NY and surrounding areas and Warren County, NY. If you find your relative in my memorials and would like transfers or to add bios, or corrections let me know. All my photos are free for distribution.
Though it feels like "good-bye", we know that in reality, for those of us who have a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ it is merely, "see-you-later"
Currently working on: (meaning taking photos/adding memorials
Warren County, New York
Recently Completed Cemeteries: (meaning all stones photo'd & memorials added) - but photos not necessarily posted
David and Julia Baker Hi Andrew, First I would like to thank you again for all of the edits you have been doing for me.
I came across Find a Grave memorials today for David ( Memorial# 73807796) and Julia Baker (Memorial# 73807743) in the Reynolds cemetery, created by Thomas Dunne. These duplicate memorials created by you in the Baker cemetery (Memorial# 44604817 and Memorial# 44604896). The same gravestones are photographed in each of the memorials. I don't know which of you has the correct cemetery. Perhaps the two of you can come up with a consensus and merge your memorials.
Sarah Matteson Thank you so much for taking the photos at Welsh Church Union Cemetery in Nelson, NY for the Matteson family. The stones for George, Clarissa and Sophronia are wonderfully preserved. The photo for Sarah not so much. Can you read the dates on Sarah's tombstone? I've fooled around with the contrast, but I just can't pick up on the dates. She is my husband's ancestor.
Joseph Wiltsie Andrew, if you happen back to Joseph's marker at Morrisville Rural, could you clear his marker off a little so we can see it ? Don't get me wrong I appreciate your work,just would like a better shot.
Orissa Sexton Barnard Those were the first photos I had ever saw of her. Thank you for posting them. Her son Walter Frank was my great great grandfather and I had seen a photo of him but none of his parents or any generation before him.
I was wondering if you had any photos of her parents and if her husband was in any of the photos you have? If so I would love to see them.