I first became interested in genealogy as a child, listening to my grandparents tell me stories about their youth, and about the lives of our ancestors. When I got a home computer I immediately bought a genealogy program and started inputting information.
I enjoy going to cemeteries and seeing the many beautiful and unusual memorials people have erected for their loved ones. I take pictures of relatives, familiar surnames, and any marker that catches my eye. I keep hi-res copies of all my digital photos, for anyone who is interested in getting better quality copies of what is posted here.
Ebelsheisers in Brooks Cemetery Kathleen, before I continue to ask for transfers of the Ebelsheiser memorials in Brooks Cemetery, I should ask if you are directly related. Thanks in advance for getting back with me. If closer related, I will resend requests for edits, bios and links. Thank you so very much for posting the memorials in Brooks Cemetery. Your work in really appreciated. Nina Thomas (#47349220)
Arthur and Nena Pickering Would you be able to send me the photos that you took of this monument. These people are my late 1st husband's Grandparents. I am compiling a family history for my sons and this would be a great addition. If this is possible, please tell me what you would charge. Thank You.
G Dean Ebelsheiser and Mary E Ebelsheiser Please leave Date of Death blank for G Dean Ebelsheiser Brooks Cemetery: Find A Grave Memorial# 20585898 and his wifem Mary C Ebelsheiser: Brooks Cemetery: Find A Grave Memorial# 20585901
We have found that as of Feb 2013. George Dean Ebelsheiser is alive and well with his wife Mary Christine Barr Ebelsheiser. Headstone purchased in advance.
Thanks, Nina Thomas for Kristina Nichole Ebelsheiser Edens
Beck memorials Hi Kathleen, Thanks for your response and generous offer to transfer. I am working very closely with Erica who is more closely related. Would you mind transferring to her? Her ID is 46934374-Erica. Thanks again! Marji
RE: Mary Doak Umbaugh Thanks for adding the info! Her maiden name was Mary Ann Doak which is the same as my mother's maiden name. She was the sister of my great-great-grandfather Reasoner Doak.
Glad to meet someone from her husband's side of the family. My great aunts didn't know we had anyone buried in that cemetery either until I found the original homesteading Doaks for our area. It is funny how you can find relatives.