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|I have been looking up many families my own & family friends.I think this is important for our families coming up to know any information they can about their ancestors. |
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|Megan Heyl||RE: Photo Question|
Thank you for the reply. The number 47120986 is my F.A.G. number - so you would have it in case you needed it.
As for the photo, it is extremely blurry - not sure what caused that but possibly movement on your behalf. I have myself taken about 5000 photos and understand the sun / wet / etc.
Thank you for reshooting this one. We appreciate the extra effort and thank you for your time and contributing to F.A.G.
|Megan Heyl||Photo Question|
Do you happen to have another image of the LAMROCK stone?
Here is the photo for Phill - memorial #21213967
It is very difficult to read and hope you happen to have an additional photo that is more clear.
Thank you in advance for checking into this.
|Pat Shaw||Wheeler family|
Am wondering if I know you, am finding photos I have posted from my research on my Wheeler's being posted by you on Find A Grave........just curious who you are.
Added by Pat Shaw on Aug 21, 2014 3:46 AM
|Kit and Morgan Benson||RE: Bucks Please turn over|
Understand two things: I just started a new job and I just finished moving to a new house. Both take up a lot of time. I devoted my week days to my new job (with the economy the way it is, I didn't want to get fired), and the weekends and evenings to helping my family get settled in the house. We have a lot of stuff to go through.
OK, my wife's only Buck connection is to an unknown man with the last name of Buck, who married Mary Ellen Faircloth, daughter of Solomon B. and Katherine Prosser Faircloth. Mary Ellen was born about 1865 in Poweshiek County, Iowa. Date of death is unknown. Children are unknown. That is about all we have. Mr. Buck and Mary Ellen were not in the direct lineage of my wife, but were cousins, so we did not spend a lot of time researching her.
|michelle beesley||Mary Guin|
I am currious to know if this woman could possibly be a relation to you. The spellings of names where unsure way back when, and Mary was married to a Michael Culhane in Canada (perhaps Ireland though). Michael was the brother to Thomas Culhane, the one you took a picture of Tombstone for in Ludington...Lakeview Cemetery
Michelle Culhane Beesley
|sandi lewis - malburg||Good Job!|
I am so glad you are photographing Lakeview. There are so many photo requests for there. It is huge. My daughter-in-law's family is there.
I talk to your sister alot lately. I live out in Eden Township south of Custer and Scottville. I have refused to go out of my area so I don't dup. others work. I am working on Scottville cemetery, right now the Elm Section. Will try to finish all three sections by snow. I see your name on some of the photos already there. Actually it is half done through requests, but I find it easier to just walk through taking all the photos than doing requests. That way I have a database by row.
Mind if I copy your photos for GenWeb??? I am working on updating that database it is 20 years old. Dave is going to redo it so we can do search by dates as well as name.
Bless you and your efforts,
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