|Marsha Ament (#47167084)|
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I live in Western Nebraska, I started looking into my family history in the late 1990's so got hooked on genealogy. I realize people are not able to get to alot of the places to search cemeteries and such so have been donating some of my free time taking pictures of others loved ones resting places. I live on a small farm north of Scottsbluff, NE and have 6 horses that I love dearly.|
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My sons lived in wyoming and kansas and York ne
I have always lived in Illinois but my late husband and I raced quarter horses all over the midewest and in Oklahoma. Loved them had them for over 25 years but gave up when my husband died.
so from one horse lover to another
|janet donner||RE: matilda davidson|
I didnt mean that I manage a lot of cemeteries I meant I had only done that one in Mt zion and I take a lot of pictures in a lot of different cemeteries
yes everyone tries their best to take good pictures
and my digital camera has made a world of diff but I cant go back and redo sometimes if I come across a stone that I remember I will retake the picture and post it
find a grave is a great hobby and does a lot of good and Im sure we all do our best
|janet donner||matilda davidson|
Matilda Davidson 46830270 If you click on the picture it is a little bigger and you can read the stone. Most of these stones were very hard to see because of the age of the stones others were clearer. As for her husbands stone with her name on it I had to chalk it and it still was not clear.
These pictures were taken before I had my digital camera that I now have.
But I would like for you to know that I spent over a year on the mt zion presbyterian cemetery. I inputt all of the names from the cemetery book then I went in and took pictures of every stone and did the best I could and it was a big job.
So Im not sure I appreciate your comment that it would be nice to read the stones. I work in about 6 or more cemeteries and when I get home I use my photo program and straighten, crop, and exposure to make the best picture I can.
contact firstname.lastname@example.org she will a picture for you. Good Luck. Kent
|Jan Miller||Daisy McKeever|
Your welcome! I found the article when looking for some information for a McKeever frined of mine on her great-grandfather, James McKeever Sr. and her great-grandmother, Bridget Pender both buried in Temple Hill Cemetery, Jones Co. Iowa. Is it possible that you are related to these McKeevers? I'm sure my friend Katherine would love to talk to you if you are. Please let me know if you would be interested in talking with her.
|Memories From The Mist||RE: Mary Wason Mckeever|
It was my pleasure...glad I could help a little...happy holidays...Janine aka "MIst"
|Stone Reader||RE: Corrections|
Lew Blair is married to my Great Aunt Margaret's daughter Lydia Hull
|Diane & John||RE: Re: Raymond Chauncy Ament|
Yes, PLEASE use the "Edit" button!
|Diane & John||Re: Raymond Chauncy Ament|
I could not link daughter Reva Mae (#6172254) to Raymond & Ella because I didn't create Reva's memorial. You'll have to contact that person.
|Mo & Dave Gates||RE: Jesse W Nelson|
You are very welcome...
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