|Blue Rose Of Cairo (#46786099)|
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Long interested in cemeteries & ghost stories, this sight I really love! I love the fact that I can have "forever" obituaries for my loved ones and friends and that I can also assist those who are interested in tracing their family trees! I have a particular interest in Native American genealogy and cemeteries.|
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IF YOUR EDIT INFORMATION DIFFERS FROM WHAT I HAVE ON RECORD OR THE HEADSTONE (I USE DEATH CERT RECORDS AS THE PRIORITY FOR DATES) PLEASE SEND ME PROOF OF THE SOURCE MATERIAL OR IT WILL NOT BE CHANGED.
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|Vikki Godfrey||Help finding my grandmother's grave|
Cecelia Cordelia Stoneman
married to William "Bill" Stoneman buried in Blackhills National Cemetery.
|Stephanie Sanderlin||Mary Timerman Headstone Pic|
Hello Dear Blue Rose of Cairo!
First, thank you so very much for photographing my great-great-grandmother's headstone! Her son, James, my great-grandfather, made his way to Alaska where he married my Yup'ik great-grandmother (the Yup'ik are one of Alaska's indigenous tribes--we live in Southwest Alaska). I grew up and live far, far, far away from Mary Timerman's resting place and may never see it in person (though I intend to try). In the meantime, I would like to ask you if you remember if Mary's headstone had an inscription on the base--the really, really base. In your photo, it looks like there might be lines or sentences there. If you're going to be in the neighborhood of Mary's headstone, would you be willing to take a picture of any inscription at the base of the stone? It would mean so much to me and to my Yup'ik father who is very curious about the non-Alaska side of his family.
In our language, "thank you" is quyana. So, quyana!
My best regards and deep thanks, :)
|gene digger||Geo Magers Photo Request|
1867-1927 are the dates on the only headstone for a George Magers in Greenlawn cem in Moundsville, WV. It is a double stone with his wife, Mary E. 1873-1921. If this is correct please email me and I will send the photo to you. --- Tom.
|kathy marsh||73677881 Levi Morgan Hall|
quick question-on this page you list Levi married twice and that his first wife cordelia died before 1878 but when you list his children born after 1878 they still have the first wife as the mother-wondering if you meant to write Virginia Catherine not Cordelia.
|Ardith Smith||Transfer memorials|
Thank you for your work. Would you please transfer the following memorials to me as this is my aunt and uncle:
Thank you. Ardith Smith
|Mother Paula||RE: Nathaniel Scudder|
Sorry, I though findagrave.com was getting these messages! I'll try contacting ancestry.com. Thanks for replying so I'll know what to do.
|Paul Prine||Marie Thorel #15082407|
I would think she would spell her last name the same as her husband. I have the book "Daniel Perrin 'The Huguenot' and his Descendants in America, of the Surnames Perrine, Perine, and Prine 1665-1910" and that is my source. The inscription on the wall of the French Church on Manhattan also uses "Perrin".
Daniel Perrin is my sixth great-grandfather. If you want to correct it, the spelling is "Huguenot".
|Sharon Mc||RE: transferrs|
I want to thank you so much. I greatly appreciate your contributions and am grateful to obtain the maintenance. Please don't hesitate to contact me if there is anything I could assist you with in the future.
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