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|THE URGENCY: Acid rain and mold are devastating inscriptions on cemetery memorials! If we don't photographically record memorials before they become illegible, the final resting places of these loved ones will be lost forever!|
I believe that after a few generations, everyone is basically forgotten. Our graves sit there deteriorating without a care. I especially feel for childless couples or infants and children, they are forgotten sooner. I like this website, because generation after generation, our family will be able to come here, and see our graves, and with a little love and care can see our faces also.
Tracing our family lineage becomes so much easier for future generations. This site is an excellent resource for genealogist!
Please take up-close, careful shots of photos on graves! Many may never be seen again, after you leave, as they are quickly disappearing. A family may have no other photo, and may not even know that one existed, if you pass it by.
I'm ready and willing to edit or cancel my entries so don't hesitate to send me your corrections or requests.
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|JohnM||Blaker Grave - Thornbury|
I shall be visiting Thorbury Cemetery in the near future, but in the meantime, you can find a transcription from the Blaker Headstone on this website.
I will take a photo for you that is more legible, together with one or two that also show the setting.
Added by JohnM on Apr 27, 2016 5:34 AM
|Bud Hummel||Carriana LaMasters Meade|
Hello, I am Carrie's father-in-law. David is my son. Could you please edit the obit, and change Sara's name from Sarah to Sara? Normally I let it go, but she is her daughter, and very much alive. I think it would be great to at least have her own daughter's name spelled right in the obit. I hope you think the same. Thank you.
|Michael Myers||Ida Dunn request|
Here is a photo for your request. I found it in Harry Senft's collection for York County, PA. It is not my photo so I cannot fill the request.
|Lisa Engle Herdahl||John Engle/Easton Friends|
Thank you for looking for his grave. He may have had unmarked grave as many of the Friends did. Quaker records are stating he is buried there along with his wife Lucy and at least one child Charles.
I want to thank you again for taking the time to look for his headstone.
Lisa Engle Herdahl
|cmm 945||Julius Neudorf|
I deleted my duplicate. Thank you for pointing it out. Regards, Charlie
Added by cmm 945 on Feb 16, 2016 10:32 AM
|EDWARD ROCK||William Heulings Colestwon|
If you call the cemetery they will happily give you the plot, section and row. Then let me know and I will honor your request
|B.J. Waters||Albert & Katherine Mesick|
I was hoping to find Katherine buried next to Albert, but if she is, the grave is unmarked. I will check at the office this week.
|EveyBl||John G. Parks #127692454|
Also, I was wondering... do you have any specific information regarding the life and death of this John G. Parks?
Added by EveyBl on Aug 16, 2015 9:17 PM
|EveyBl||James Parks #9514071|
Hello, I saw your well-written biography on James Parks and assume you are a relative. If you are related, I would like to correspond about the Park family in Bourbon Co. and Nicholas Co. In particular, I am interested in whatever knowledge you may have on another Patriot found in the area... John Parks, who is honored on the plaque on the Bourbon Co. Courthouse. I am also hopeful that perhaps you have had a male relative who carries the surname participate in the Parke Society's paternal DNA project to prove your immigrant ancestor. I know that there have been a LOT of surprises about assumed lineages as a result of the project. I look forward to your reply. My email is EVEYBL at AOL dot COM. ~Evey :-)
Added by EveyBl on Aug 16, 2015 8:33 PM
|Anne Brown||RE: Anna Herr Burkholder/Borckholder|
Someone named Brandon manages the Anna and Johannes Borckholder memorials. Could you please ask him to add your information to his entries? His email is BLW14@aol.com.
Thanks very much - Anne Brown
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