|Lisa Cava (#47744956)|
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I live in the Central Coast area of California, and have fairly recently taken up some of the genealogy research for the family, which my mom had a passion for until she was no longer capable of continuing the task - the baton has passed to me I think. I work full time so don't always have the time I'd like to be able to devote on ancestry.com and findagrave.com. However, the assistance and information provided from fellow members on this site has been immeasurable, and I've already told my family that when I retire, they'll likely find me traipsing through cemeteries, taking photos for the F.A.G. folks! I am happy to share the meager information I do have with anyone who may be interested.|
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Hi ~ I have added photos of Grace Seavey's grave. Grace has been in an unmarked grave all this time, however recently friends of the cemetery have put in a marker and she is remembered by all those who attend the monthly cemetery tours. Her tragic story is often told and she is part of the history of Woodville and the early settlers.
The cemetery is beautifully kept and you will see her plot is very tidy.
Best regards. W
Added by Daisy✿ on Sep 02, 2012 5:27 AM
|Ron West||RE: Ab Wilkinson|
Ab is all yours! I am happy to be able to put his page in the hands of family.
Added by Ron West on Aug 28, 2012 2:15 PM
Hi, I can get you a photo of the headstone of Grace Isadore THORNHILL SEAVEY. This lovely cemetery is not far from me, I will post the photo in the next few days. W
Added by Daisy✿ on Aug 28, 2012 5:17 AM
|pkg||Webber Samuel Seavey|
thanks for your message today
It is truly a remarkable 'life story'. One wonders how he found time to do all the things he did!! He certainly got to see the world etc
I will start searching this side of the world and hopefully may find some photos (although the ones you have posted are wonderful) and anything else, verifying marriages etc, although that is doubtful
Will let you know if I come across anything
Added by pkg on Aug 04, 2012 2:41 AM
|Damien||re: Elmer Martin Fly|
You're right about the Elmer Martin Fly in Los Alamos.
Here's the source of the original erroneous info:
Added by Damien on Apr 15, 2012 12:31 AM
|The Irish Lady||Martin Columbus Fly pic|
Would you allow me to use the pic from Find A Grave for family research (with credit, of course)? Gail
|The Irish Lady||RE: Fly family relation|
I think O found Martins headstone, but I thought his second wife was Mary Elizabeth Ballagh and the stone shows Mary A. Is this the correct headstone? Gail
I'm related through Lisa Lynn Fly, who married my brother Lee Lyons. They live in San Bernardino.