|Chris Horne (#47651929)|
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When my daughter was assigned a classroom project of "Who am I?" while in school, the internet was extremely young and no really easy way of filling in your ancestors other than questioning the living or hours ensconced in the library or local LDS family center. By questioning me and my parents she sparked the ember that would grow and grow in both myself and my mother.|
When I discovered Find A Grave and its wealth of information, I was in heaven. Many of my ancestors I had no idea where they were buried. Now a whole new world was opening up.
I have since become a contributor and photographer. When I go to the cemetery to fulfill a photo request, I take extra photos of the surrounding plots. It is my fervent hope to one day have the majority of this cemetery documented and photographed.
Anyone wishing to use my photos may do so. My only request is to please give Find A Grave a mention in your use of the photo. Without this website, the photo wouldn't be there.
Also, I am not one of those contributors who will not transfer a memorial strictly within the guidelines. If you have a legitimate connection, just let me know what it is. I am not a numbers hog. If I accidently duplicate an existing memorial, please let me know, I will remove it.
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|Wanda L||RE: Helene Etienne|
Yes, thank you. That would be really nice.
Added by Wanda L on May 21, 2015 9:02 PM
|Wanda L||Helene Etienne|
HELLO Chris Horne
Thank you for the info. I have deleted the death date and will look further into it.
Added by Wanda L on May 21, 2015 4:36 PM
|Robert Kuhmann||JOLLIET - BYSSOT|
Hi Chris! Am still "celebrating" our recent discoveries ...(notably), your ties to Louis JOLLIET [Find A Grave #29455299]. It's just so much fun to think about all that history - and also our common "blood-relative" cousins (through LEMELIN & DELAUNAY) - via my son's his maternal lineage, back to those earliest of hardy Frenchmen (and women) who populated "pioneer" Quebec! As I am sure that you've noticed, I've been adding "memorials" for some of the most ancient ancestors (even when the exact burial site isn't known. Often, I am finding that my knowledge of French is very useful (in-as-much-as the 17th century records were all recorded in that language only). Reading those hand-written texts can (never-the-less) be quite challenging! Ergo, the doc at this memorial [Find A Grave #146076916].
Robert Kuhmann (#46567652)
Find A Grave member for 12 years, 2 months, 17 days.
|rockthehouse||Billy Ford photo|
I have provided a grave photo for the Billy Ford memorial. Unfortunately there is no permanent marker there, only a temporary marker. I can check back in several months to see if a permanent marker has been installed.
|Don DeWitt||Carrie Sinn photo|
|Steven Smith||Alice Kerrico|
Thank you for the photograph of Alice's stone with the final date carved. I was there for the funeral, but I don't know that I will ever get to the cemetery again.
|lisa ||Elva Miley|
Thank you for getting the photo for me, the family tree thing is slowly coming around with help from others :--)
Added by lisa on Apr 05, 2015 6:05 PM
|RickC||RE: Frank Jernejcic|
You are very welcome.
Added by RickC on Apr 02, 2015 8:52 PM
|Virginia Arnold||Betty Sowers|
Thank you for the headstone photo
|Barbara A. in CA||Benoit|
Thank you very much for the burial location. Hope I picked the right one. Very much appreciated.
Barbara A in CA
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