|Bryan Fields (#47743189)|
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Volunteering for the Find-A-Grave website lets me combine my love for history, photography and the outdoors while helping other people conduct their geneological research projects. I enjoy the way that all comes together.|
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|CypressGreen||Find A Grave Memorial# 107405654|
Can you attach your photo on Ellen's page to her husband Fred's and note that he's buried there, but his name is not on the stone? :)
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Thanks so much for the transfer! I appreciate your kindness.
Added by Rosalie on Mar 04, 2015 1:02 PM
|Pam Acquaviva Kalbfleisch||RE: Joseph Aquaviva at Calvary Cemetery|
Thanks so much for your efforts! I will call the cemetery office and see if I have any luck with them. It is always frustrating when we don't get patient assistance from graveyard staff. Sorry you had to deal with that.
|Donna Jackson||Matilda Jackson|
Thank you so much for fulfilling my request!
|Leslie Archer||RE: Margaret Thomas at Highland Park|
Thanks for the note, I'm a bit behind on here. That Margaret Thomas isn't the right one. I know it noted on that record that she was black and the year was off as well, and the one I'm searching for I don't believe made it to 90 in age, so doesn't look like a match. Thank you so much for checking though and looking into her record.
|fireball||maria peacock's parents|
do you possibly know where maria peacock's parents are buried? pleas message me back at your earliest conveniences.
Added by fireball on Jan 09, 2015 4:48 PM
|James Harrison Turner||#1041109555|
Thanks for finding the (marker-less) resting place of Enoch J. Crisswell at Woodland cam. in Cleveland. He was a very distant cousin.
Just found your photo today!
|Joyce Ann Gillett Newton||RE: Re: Gillett/Gillette|
Well, my Gillett's came from Cambridgeshire in England in the 1840's and there never was an extra "e" in England on that line.
There is another Gillett line I found without an "e" and then it was added by the government to a man who became a Capt in the Civil War and when he died, the Govt. added it to all paperwork. All generations after him, spelled it with the extra 'e'.
It just happens! Thanks for asking.
|Joyce Ann Gillett Newton||Thanks!|
I appreciate all your efforts and pictures for finding John Gillette's headstone and all. Fantastic! Thank you so much!
|kck||Raymond Ziehm Photos|
Thanks so much for the pictures!
Added by kck on Jan 03, 2015 5:23 PM
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