|Scott McManimen (#19931240)|
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I became interested in geneology over 15 years ago. I found out if you want to find information on your ancestors,you must spend time in cemetery's. After I took several pictures,I wanted to put them to good use. So one day in my many searches I found findagrave.com, and hopefully I've made it easier for future geneologist's in my family, and on the internet. Names I'm researching are McManimen, Boren, Cope, Tebodo, Ervin, Shine, Magner, Benjamin, Tatro,Dion,Boise,Lawrence and Proue. Cities would be: Chicago,Il; Chicago Heights,Il., McMinnville,Tn.,Harvey, Il., Quebue, Canada, Ste. Marie de Monnoir Rouville, Counties Donegal & Limerick, in Ireland and Iroquois County in Illinois.|
NOT DOING ANYMORE TRANSFERS, IF YOU NEED SOMETHING ADDED OR CHANGED....LET ME KNOW
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A AAA American ..., Breadlady45 fro..., CHARLES, Corey Wilson, J. Edward Ross, Jeffrey Tatro, K, Kara Gullickson..., Lawrence Varkal..., Mark A. Drennen..., Michelle Meunie..., Mr. Richie Pasc..., Nick M. Gombash, Nicole Temme, Norma Meier, Patsy Lubben Di..., Ray Garza, William Kazupsk...
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|KatNat||RE: Casimir Bochat|
Scott, I sent them an email today. Thanks for the advice.
Added by KatNat on Jul 28, 2016 2:24 PM
Find A Grave Memorial# 167356938
Added by Diane on Jul 24, 2016 11:15 AM
|nancy||RE: Judy Lynn Facko|
Of course, there are two schools of thought on whether or not to input those headstones for those still living. I am on the side of inputting the information.
I have run across several times where the death dates of people born in the early to mid-1800s, who would now be well over 100 years old and more than likely not still alive, were not shown on the headstone. The more of these headstones I have run into, the more my thought process changed to entering all names, even those who are still living.
If you do not agree with me, you can always decline my edit. I am not trying to change your mind on where you stand on this issue. It is your choice whether you agree with or decline my edit.
Added by nancy on Jul 14, 2016 7:07 AM
|bhd||James J. Concannon 141641553|
I added info to his bio section. Thanks.
Added by bhd on Jul 12, 2016 9:58 AM
|Rich||Rose J. Themann Toolis|
Added by Rich on Jul 11, 2016 6:16 PM
|Kathie Rodgers||RE: Lawson's @ Swan Lake|
You are most welcome. It was my pleasure.
I edited the memorial for Jerome Limanowski, and added that he was buried in Good Shepard Catholic Cemetery (in Orland Park), but on the website for the Cemetery, the have it listed as Good Shepard Cemetery.
Added by L on Jul 01, 2016 10:57 AM
Thank you for the suggested update on Good Shepard Catholic Cemetery.
Added by L on Jul 01, 2016 10:50 AM
|MThomas||RE: Bridget Fitman|
Nice job. Those really look fabulous. How did you clean the copper ones?
Added by MThomas on Jun 25, 2016 12:01 PM
|MThomas||RE: Bridget Fitman|
Next time you're in Mt. Olivet take a look for it. It was fun to place it and I thought he should have a headstone! The next headstone will be for James Cooke, who is buried by the fence, which I think is on the east side. There's no stone there now. Daniel is just off the path, on the left, toward the beginning of the middle section of the cemetery. At least that's what I remember.
Added by MThomas on Jun 25, 2016 11:54 AM
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