I took over after my Aunt Geraldine Martinez passed. This is all new to me but I have become addicted in finding where my family members rest. No one should be forgotten.
I was born in Alexandria, Virginia and now resides in Florida.
I am researching, on my fathers side of the family, Rhodes, Walters, Wright & Brockman in Virginia. On my mothers side, Lytle, Channing, Hayden & Moore in Pennsylvania. And for my Grandchildren, Greene, Caudill. Hutchinson & Vallance's in Kentucky.
I have noticed that I am not the only one impatient with the tokens coming up and I end up with two. I found that if you click on the flowers it will take you to a link to delete the extra one. =)
I have also found a link to calculate birth dates, so when you only have a date of death & the headstone gives you their years it will give you the date of birth. http://longislandgenealogy.com/birth.html
I have met the most wonderful people with Find-a-Grave. What a great family we have here. Thank you all for doing what you do.
Everyone has been so generous with their photos that I would like to reciprocate. You may use my photos in you family trees. All I ask is recognition from whom you got them.
Happy Hunting =)
"If you could see your ancestors All standing in a row, There might be some of them, perhaps, You wouldn't want to know.
But, here's another question, which Requires another view, If you could meet your ancestors, Would they be proud of you?" -Arkansas Parent-Teacher ________________________________
Strangers in the Box By Pamela A. Harazim
Come, look with me inside this drawer, In this box I've often seen, At the pictures, black and white, Faces proud, still, serene. I wish I knew the people, These strangers in the box, Their names and all their memories Are lost among my socks. I wonder what their lives were like. How did they spend their days? What about their special times? I'll never know their ways. If only someone had taken time To tell who, what, where, when, These faces of my heritage Would come to life again. Could this become the fate Of the pictures we take today? The faces and the memories Someday to be tossed away? Make time to save your pictures, Seize the opportunity when it knocks, Or someday you and yours could be The strangers in the box.
Delaney headstones hi I just found the cowan-delaney cemetery where you have requested photos. I will try to go back up there and see what I can find. this cemetery is in very bad shape and a lot of stones are broken and sunk in the ground but I did see some Delaney headstones that I can make out the names
RE: Memorial# 65561024 Not just me! I've seen the entries you have created and Joel is, well, just amazing. FindaGrave has been a great tool for finding information you just can't get anywhere else. I truly appreciate meeting my distant cousins and sharing family photos through this free site.
Just wanted to give you a heads up that I have requested deletion of this entry. I saw that you must have requested a photo and was told there is no marker. That's because this is a duplicate entry. If you look at Memorial# 96073976 you will see the infant that Barbara Pletcher died giving birth to. He (records show it was an unnamed boy) also died and both are buried together with the same tombstone. There was no second girl child. I've requested that this entry be deleted and just wanted to let you know in case you added this child into your genealogy records.
Dull and Ruddell families Hi Melva I've noticed your name on several different memorials and wondered if you are related to them? My ex mother-in-law was Louise Dull Ruddell Keith. Also my father-in-law was William E Ruddell and his wife Myrtle Dexter Frost Ruddell. My ex husband was Bill M Ruddell he died in Washington state he was cremated and his ashes supposedly scattered on his mother's Louise Keith's grave site. If you had rather you can email me at:email@example.com or I'm on Facebook Jeannette Walker Ruddell. Thank you