|Jay Boone (#46889203)|
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I started into genealogy in 1990 and enjoy tracing my family's history, and learning about the history of the area's my ancestors lived in. I take pictures of many headstones when I go to a cemetery, so if you see a memorial page I have and you are related, don't hesitate to ask for a transfer. (If you would like for me to transfer a page to you, please let me know by using the "edit" button since that will provide both a link to the page and a link to your contributor page with the necessary ID# for the transfer).|
I especially try to get photos of our veteran's headstones as I believe they have all earned, besides our gratitude and other things, the right to have a memorial page on this site.
Anyone wishing to use the photos, in their genealogy, that I have posted on this website are free to use them.
Anyone wishing to have memorials that I have added removed from find a grave need only send a request. I put the memorial pages here so that family members in search of ancestors can find them, not to offend anyone.
Names I am tracing: Boone, Musser, Baney, Boston, Kyttle (Kittle), Monroe, Swire, King to name the main ones.
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|JTFlood||RE: My fathers father|
Thank you that would be great.
Here is the memorial number:
Find A Grave Memorial# 82426959
Added by JTFlood on Jul 28, 2014 8:07 PM
|JTFlood||My fathers father|
The location of my grandfather's final resting place had been a mystery since 1965. Your picture and information (for his headstone) had finally brought a conclusion to our family's search.
Thank you so much. It means a great deal to us.
Added by JTFlood on Jul 28, 2014 7:46 PM
|Georgia||Logans in Buffalo, NY|
Thank you Jay for your great effort and for transferring my Logan family to me so that I may maintain them. You got the ball rolling - thank you again. Georgia
Added by Georgia on Jul 23, 2014 10:02 AM
|Marnie Hawks Thompson||Zimpfers|
Thanks for always staying on top of updates and transfers. I really appreciate your quick response and willingness to transfer. I will be linking the Zimpfer family and adding several updates.
|Rhonda C. Poynter & Friends||Henry Amaker|
Hi, Jay -
Thank You so much for transferring Mr. Amaker to me; I'll try to find out more about him and add to his page...I hope that the people I'm sending your way to visit your own pages are leaving some interesting words and tokens - you've put alot of hard work in on this site, and many, many people do appreciate it. =) Have a good night - Best, RCP and Gannon Blue
|Tigerooma||Maria R. Reinheimer-Erb|
Maria Rosina's correct maiden name is Maria Rosina Seilheimer married to Titus Erb.
Maria Rosina Seilheimer was the daughter to Phillip Jacob Seilheimer & Anna Maria Neumann.
Maria had 14 siblings. She came from Mettenheim, Worms, Darmstadt, Hessen, Germany with her family in 2 November 1848. I hope you find the rest of Maria R. Seilheimer's family. Maria had no children with Titus. Titus drew up the plans for Maria's father's Cigar Factory. Titus owed a Cigar shop in Buffalo, NY. She had 3 brothers that moved to Chicago around 1870. The 3 brothers are Johann (John) D., Jacob Phillip, Frederick (Fritz) Seilheimer are all buried at Rosehill Cemetery in Chicago. I am the great great granddaughter of Johann (John) D. Seilheimer. By the way John, Jacob and Fritz owed a Seilheimer Hardware Store off of Clybourne & Sheffield Street in Chicago between 1870-1910. My Mother is the Great Granddaughter of John & Frederica (Schroeder) Seilheimer. My Mother is the only one living, from her family of 9. She is 93 yrs old.
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I will be traveling to Buffalo soon and I often visit my loved ones grave site and place flowers. I was searching and to my surprise saw the picture of my Uncle's headstone. Thank you so much for doing this. May God bless and keep you
|Amy Hogan||Meyers transfers|
Thank you for the Meyers family transfers. What a kind thing to do!
I don't know if I ever thanked you for getting the picture of my dad's grave. If I did not do so, thank you, very much.
|Rhonda C. Poynter & Friends||RE: Brown, 82791192|
Hi, Jay -
That is SO nice of you - I have only had a couple of problems with doubles on here, but I never understand why somebody would let a hundred or more tokens be dropped just so that their specific page stays up with not alot of traffic...extremely stand up of you. =) I will add the info right now and give you the credit - hnope that we talk again. =) Best, RCP and Gannon Blue
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