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Carrie (#46900582)
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Bio Photo I was terrified by cemeteries as a child. Now, after a few years of doing genealogy for my extended families, I've come to appreciate the way cemeteries honor those who are gone. I'm happy to help others connect with their family and friends, or assist with their genealogical research, by fulfilling photo requests for local cemeteries.
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 • 54 Memorials Added
 • 55 Memorials Managed
 • 114 Photos
 • 1 Photo Request
 • 21 Volunteer Photos Taken
 • 26 Virtual Flowers
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Lee Strom
Where?
I have been trying to contact Washington State Cemetery Association about some Find-A-Grave information but have had no luck. You are listed as a "friend" on their member page; can you give me some insight? I would appreciate any information.

Thank you,

Lee Strom
Added by Lee Strom on Mar 15, 2014 5:43 PM
Kathy Peterson
Hoskin information
My name is kathy and I am searching for more information about my g.g.g.grandmother named Emily S. Hoskin. We know she was from Turin New York and married Richard Roberts in Turin in 1850 and moved to Wisconsin. We also know she had a sister named Delia and raised her 2 children after her sister Delia died. We found Emiliy's death certificate and it lists Chauncey and Eufebia as her parents but then we reached a dead end. We are searching for any information we can find as to the other possible siblings and parents of Emily . If you have any info please send it to me at kpeterson14@comcast.net. Many thanks
Added by Kathy Peterson on Jul 30, 2013 11:17 AM
Carol
Barnabas Horton photo
May use your photo of the Barnabas Horton tablestone in a family history book I am preparing for my family? I will provide you with the credit for the photo, and reference findagrave. Thank you, Carol
Added by Carol on Jun 06, 2012 1:21 AM
Paul1957
William C. Fowler
You are free to change the memorial to however you like it :) It's yours now.
Added by Paul1957 on Jun 08, 2010 6:53 PM
Paul1957
William C. Fowler
Sorry for the delay - I never got an email that you left a message on my contributor page. I just transferred the memorial to you.
Added by Paul1957 on Jun 08, 2010 2:00 PM
BKGenie
RE: Frances S. Wall
Thanks so much for the info. I have made the corrections and added Samuel. Also thanks for being a volunteer. Best, Cara
Added by BKGenie on Apr 01, 2010 9:41 AM
Jesse Dauphinee
Hello Carrie
Hello - 1st of all I would like to thank you for taking all of these pictures. That is really cool. My name is Jesse Scott Dauphinee. I am the grandson of Angela and Charles Dauphinee. I believe your grandmother (Grace Marie Dauphinee Fowler) is my grandfathers sister. Which I guess if I am not mistaken would make us 2nd cousins. I am trying to work on a family tree. My email is jesse.dauphinee@gmail.com
Added by Jesse Dauphinee on Oct 28, 2009 12:37 AM
JCNewmark
Permission to use a photograph
I would like to ask permission to include your photograph of the tablestone for Barnabas Horton in a post on my personal genealogy blog. I would provide you with credit, and provide a link to your FindAGrave profile.

Thanks
Added by JCNewmark on Aug 25, 2009 11:11 AM
Washington State Cemetery Association
RE: Tuthill Dates
You are very welcome! Thank you for making the updates.
Added by Washington State Cemetery... on May 05, 2009 7:32 AM
Michael Minn
Re: Susanna L. Hoskin
You should probably do the page for her since you did the research. You are, of course, quite welcome to duplicate my photos of the lot.

As far as her being the only person in that plot, you should keep in mind that just because there are no additional headstones doesn't mean that there aren't other folks buried there. The stone could have been damaged or stolen, or there may never have been a stone at all. I photographed another site for Mary Kennion who was buried in 1958 in lot 35899, but the only stone in that lot is for a separate (possibly related) family. There are many mysteries in that cemetery.
Added by Michael Minn on Nov 16, 2008 9:20 PM
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