|Greg Kimberley (#47221479)|
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Learn something each day, and teach something each day ...|
For me, photographing cemeteries has evolved from an interest in genealogy, nature, and a quest for understanding life. I enjoy following the paths of my ancestors, searching for their final resting places. I also enjoy fulfilling photo requests. Finding graves brings a rush that makes the search worthwhile. Photo volunteer work is just a small way of contributing and giving something back to others. Cemeteries are by nature peaceful places, and I enjoy the peace I find while searching. Yet, my favorite cemeteries are those that are filled with activity, either relatives visiting their loved ones, joggers, or people walking their dogs.
Currently Pekin IL is home base (but I love to travel).
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|janet donner||RE: Babbs ...|
Sorry I got caught up in my direct ancestors
Ira Jasper Babbs he is a third g uncle. brother to my g grandmother mary elizabeth babbs father wm
I was lucky enough to know someone who had done a lot of research on Ira and I got pictures ect from them and from people in ok
I have been in and out of oklahoma so many times
but not sure I was close to where they were buried
|janet donner||babbs and cooksey|
My great grandmother was Mary Elizabeth Babbs who married Frank Krohn and so Im related to most of the babbs and indirectly to the cookseys
I have most of them in my tree on ancestry. I have been to the Mahon cemetery two or three times
because most of the people there are relatives
If you want to email me at Donner61@hotmail.com we can exchange some information?
|janet donner||leonard hardy|
thanks for the great picture of his stone
|Carol Lee Colunga||Warden Cemetery, Van Alstyne, Grayson, Texas|
I know you do lots of cemetery's, but was wondering if you remember this one. I walked it yesterday and I couldn't find any of these plots. Do you have any notes and would you know what area these are in? It's not very big, but I walked it twice and don't know why I couldn't find these. I even looked for the trees that look to be in one of these but all the trees are pretty big and none with the multi trunks I saw in John F Jameson's picture.
I will probably make another trip to try to look once more, but thought I'd ask.
Carol Lee Colunga
Jameson, Allen 49890576
b. Feb. 13, 1815 d. Oct. 1, 1900 Warden Cemetery
Jameson, Catherine Elizabeth Savage 92892351
b. Dec. 30, 1820 d. Nov. 3, 1881 Warden Cemetery
Jameson, Infant son of John 83677164
b. Sep. 24, 1866 d. Sep. 24, 1866 Warden Cemetery
Jameson, John 49890577
b. 1824 d. Apr., 1877 Warden Cemetery
Jameson, John F 49890578
b. Apr. 18, 1840 d. Aug. 26, 1871 Warden Cemetery
Savage, Catherine Louisa Jameson 47848727
b. Mar. 5, 1816 d. May 20, 1869 Warden Cemetery
|Darrell Brown||Walter Bowman|
Thanks for the photo!
|InMemory||Elizabeth C Haynes Pratt|
Thank you very much for the photos of the stone for Elizabeth C Haynes Pratt. It is very much appreciated!
Due to the age, I am having trouble reading what it says on the stone. Can you please look at your copy and put in the comments underneath the photo what the stone says?
Added by InMemory on Feb 07, 2016 1:20 PM
|NJBrewer||RE: Photo requests|
My only connection to the Jacksons was that story I found to be added to James Jackson's page. I do a lot of microfilm research and found that article. (Originally I had used the name I Remember When and later changed it to my own).
The ole boy seemed to be a person of questionable character with the account of the jilted bride to be left here in Missouri. Gotta love those early day newspaper stories ;)
Added by NJBrewer on Feb 07, 2016 11:38 AM
Thank you for getting Raymond and Bertha Moss, Luella and George Whitley, Dayle Hopping and Edgar Shaw photos.
You're a god send when getting photos, thank you again.
Added by Gina on Feb 07, 2016 9:22 AM
Thank you so very much for the nice photos for the Jackson memorial pages. I appreciate you time, efforts and fuel for doing the pictures.
Added by NJBrewer on Feb 06, 2016 10:20 PM
|betty reese||Vermont Cemetery|
I would like to thank you for taking the Lawson Family tombstone photos in Fulton County, IL. That was such a tragic loss to the family.
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