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Please note I have photographed many cemeteries en mass. This involved many, many hours and thousands of memorials. I tried to clean the headstones to at least be readable, but with all the mud, rain, leaves, encountered with on ground level headstones, I did not clean each memorial completely off as I would when fulfilling an actual photo request. Also late nights trying to get a section finished up as the sun set led to a few memorials where the shots are pretty dark and as a result, lots of photos aren't the greatest quality. So, whole point being -- I won't be offended if people want to request "prettier" pictures of their loved ones headstones! |
Feel free to use my photos for any genealogical purposes. :)
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|Dan Kirk||George William Kyle duplicates|
There are duplicates of George William Kyle and 2 children. Please contact Bobbie Krueger and resolve. Thanks.
Added by Dan Kirk on Sep 30, 2015 3:53 PM
|Dan Kirk||William Henry Cuscaden|
William Henry Cuscaden is not married to Alice Emma (King) Cuscaden.
Added by Dan Kirk on Sep 27, 2015 8:43 PM
|Joy Ivaldi Durrett||Thomas Brown m. Metta Brown|
I am using a friends account at the moment. My name is April Thomas and you have the wrong Thomas Brown Find A Grave Memorial# 86291518 attached to my Grandfather Thomas Brown married Julia Scheffknecht; he never married to Metta Brown.
Thomas Brown the son of Thomas Brown and Sarah Flett died in Vancouver, Clark, Washington and died in 1953. His son Thomas Brown married Julia Sscheffknecht died in 1953 is buried at Park Hill Cemetery, Vancouver, Washington. They are my Grandparents.
Can you please remove Thomas Brown who married Metta Brown from your tree.
My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your time.
Granddaughter of Thomas Brown b. 1869 and Great Granddaughter of Thomas Brown b. 1812 in Elgin, Moray, Scotland.
|genealogistchris||Re: Capt William Henry Cuscaden in Ballyvaloo Churchyard|
I see you added this record way back in Feb 2010. I just recently discovered some relatives in this same cemetery (which I've added to Find-A-Grave), but I'm having a hard time locating the cemetery on a map. Although I'm in the US, I hope to make a trip to Wexford in the future to visit this cemetery. Any info you can provide about it would be much appreciated!
|Martha Rader||RE: Re Ella Sarah (Rader) Dennis #53576611|
I don't know if I responded to you -- I researched further and found that Ella Sarah was a descendant of Daniel James and Hannah. My husband knew her brother William (Uncle Will to him) and Will's 2nd wife Dollie when they lived in Hornbrook. -- he never knew there was another daughter. So glad to get the info. Chuck is related through Daniel's 2nd wife Harriet Frances -Fannie. Thanks again
|Linda Roark||RE: Re: Malinda (Bates) Worrall|
I have had her info (Alice Malinda Bates) for a very long time. Back when we used hard copies printed from various sources and I do not remember where I got that tidbit. Since all those hard copies are no longer needed (well obviously I could use them now) they are stacked in banker boxes in the basement and I'm getting to old to go through all of that again. But from what I can find at this time it looks as though I've made a mistake. I reviewed this: BIOGRAPHY OF NATHAN WORRALL from the Clark county, Indiana Biographies Page (Source: Uncopyrighted family history written by Ira C. Langstaff of Rifle, Colorado in about 1958 (Ira wss the son of Nathan's daughter Henrietta) and she is always referred to as Melinda Bates.
She is my 2nd great grandmother on my father's side through her daughter Sarah Emily Worrall.
Thank you very much for the transfer.
|Jan Fenter||Myrth Coyle, 63783512|
I've been doing a photo project in the Lincoln Memorial Park mausoleum, and have taken a photo of the crypt and corridor where Myrth's remains are located. I noticed you created the memorial page, but didn't have a photo. I've uploaded the photos I took and if you would rather do the photos yourself, or don't like the ones I've posted, please let me know and I'll remove them.
|Tami||Magdalena Plambeck Kirk|
Hi Jessica! I have been going through the lot books and have found the parents of your Magdalena (#67341303) and they are also buried here at Evergreen! Nicholas and wife Sofia are in Block 15, Lot 190-191. They left Hamburg in 1891 - do you have this info? If not, let me know and I will send.
I will also send in an edit to link Magdalena to her parents!
Hope your summer is going well!
Added by Tami on Jul 05, 2015 5:08 PM
|Darlena Howey||RE: Hattie Wostel|
Thank you ever so much! I will send a check when I get your address!
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