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Cadmus is the combined efforts of the Stone family in Pulaski County, Kentucky. Our hopes are that our listings will help others to find family and friends no matter how distant. |
We feel this site can be a great aid in copping with grief after the loss of a loved one. The majority of the memorials we have added are of people unknown to us. These were added with the greatest respect.
Researching our family Genealogy and History has become an enjoyable pastime for us. When adding memorials to Find A Grave note: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act of 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. Obituaries for the use of Genealogy and Historical Research are covered under this act. An obituary is simply a form that recites the facts, it may not reach the unique creation test of copyright law and therefore would not be legally copyrighted but credit should be given to the original creator.
If you would like to contribute information to someone's biography or if we have made a mistake in our information to any of the interments we have listed, please don't hesitate in contacting us. If you would like a transfer of a memorial of someone that is not related to us, please be nice there is no need to be rude or unfriendly.
If you are adding memorials to Find A Grave please add all the information you can to the listings, remember this is a tribute in memory to someones life not just another number on your way to being a top contributor.
We would like to thank our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ for blessing us with the ability to help those who have gone before us because we know that we only live as long as we are remembered.
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Thank you to everyone who has left flowers, tokens and kind words for our loved ones. If you have time we would appreciate your visiting these memorials that are In need of Flowers.
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Thanks for the memorial of Glenda. I had written her several times over the years, I did not know she had past away. I did change the spelling on Burnetta, the family papers I have and her death certificate spell her name as Burnetta? But I will go with the spelling on the headstone. Again thanks for the work you have done.
Added by Odette on Nov 06, 2013 10:48 AM
|D. Fox Engelhardt||Dvorak|
Thank you for the transfer - I really appreciate that!
|Ronny Ferrell||Thank You!|
Thank you so much for transferring Harold Pennington's memorial. I greatly appreciate the transfer and all the great work you do on the site!
Thank you for your kind words. Your words were so comforting to my aching heart. I just can't get used to him not being here with me. God bless you dear.
Added by Osiris on Jul 07, 2013 1:50 AM
|Careing||Thanks for all you do!|
Thanks be to God for all of your work, I recently lost my sister to cancer and just saw a memorial letter you put on here to someone(Some things I'd like to say, but first of all to let you know that I arrived ok, etc) that was one of the most beautiful notes I have ever read,and I certainly will pass it along to my heartbroken niece, I am sure it will help her, It did me, God Bless all of you and keep up the great work.
Added by Careing on Jun 10, 2013 12:47 PM
|MGA & BCA||re: Margaret Gatian|
Thank you for the beautiful tribute that you left for my Mother! I appreciate it so much!
|William Mattingly||RE: Catfish,|
Woodson is only a 7th cousin to me but I had been looking for information on him and his family when I stumbled across your memorial and to be honest, I'm just happy he has one. I tried to reach the Somerset City Cemetery today to find out if he is buried there but no luck yet. If I discover his burial location I'll certainly let you know. Again, thank you for creating the memorial.
|MRSHONIERAYEVAUGHAN!!!||Thank You So Much!|
Thank You So Much For The Transfers! I Adore Those Angels So Much!
Bless You For Creating Memorials To Make Sure They Aren't Forgotten!
|Ronda Hines||RE: Elmer,|
He died in Norma Tenn around early 1920's. The family story is he worked for the lumber mill in Norma and he was robbing a train when he was shot. He was alive when taken home, my great aunt remembered him being carried in the house. She was a small child and was told her daddy died from pneumonia. This is what was told for years. I was given a tape recently after the death of my aunt and it had my grandmother talking about Elmer while visiting the grave of his son Essie in Hatfield Cemetery in Norma Tenn. Grandma stated Elmer was buried beside Essie when he died. I have been to Hatfield Cemetery to place a marker and flowers on Essies grave. I have ordered a headstone for him as there is nothing there besides a rock in the ground. Any help would be so appreciated. I want to find Elmer, I feel the need to finalize it for Elmer and my grandpa. Grandpa knew the truth, according to my grandma and I know he loved his daddy and I know he is helping me to complete this for them and he is smiling down on me. Thanks
|Rhonda (Stephens)Cole||Uncle John Roeger|
Thank you so very much for all the hard work you all do!!!WHAT A GREAT JOB!!!! May I please have John Roeger put on my list. AGAIN THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU ALL DO!!
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