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|I've been involved in genealogy for many years.|
My husband and I have spent much of our lives the business of cemetery memorials which we always thought of as helping preserve family histories.
We hope we can help others find their ancestors and this seems a great place to start.
If we have entered a name and photo that is your family, please let me know if you wish to have a transfer of ownership per the transfer guidelines.
To have an obit added to a grave, please follow the guidelines listed in Frequently Asked Questions - Also please do not include names of survivors in the obituary.
Corrections, additions, transfers, etc. please use the edit tab. (all other corrections or additions will be ignored)
Please remember the goal is not to "own" every memorial of those to whom you are related. The ultimate goal is to have meaningful, accurate memorials that honor those who have passed away, regardless of who created the memorial or who maintains it.
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|Mark Utley||Meryl Edward Nemnich #132751620|
Hi Rox, can you please remove the photo you added to this memorial? It's correctly posted to the memorial, also at Lincoln, for Meryl Edwin Nemnich, but it is not co0rrect for Meryl Edward Nemnich (a look at the birth and death dates will confirm that).
Thanks as always for helping document Clay County cemeteries!
|Gwen Lockwood||RE: Allen C, Wheeler|
Thank you for your permission. You have helped my cause!
|Gwen Lockwood||RE: Allen C, Wheeler|
Hello Garden Nana,
Thank you so much for your permission to use your photos of Allen and Nancy Wheeler.
|Gwen Lockwood||Allen C, Wheeler|
Allen C. Wheeler is my 3rd great uncle. May I have your permission to make a copy of your photo on memorial 18578758? I need it for submission to a lineage society.
|TJ Welsh||John Henry Edris|
Please forgive my extreme tardiness for thanking you for the picture of John Henry Edris. It's been a year since my mother-in-law passed away and I am just now getting back to the genealogy. Your efforts are greatly appreciated.
Added by TJ Welsh on May 21, 2016 7:59 PM
|Kenny Lingren||Patterson faminly, KS headstone|
Thank you for your volunteering, time, and efforts. The pictures you uploaded a few years back, I've just found while researching Swedish immigrant family. thx.!
|Bradley Hutson||RE: Elizabeth Lewin Hudson|
That's what the records say, so that's what I put down. I know it sounds strange, but some of it seems to make sense. They weren't married until 1785. Girls grew up faster back in those days, and my GGGGG Grandfather must have been a dirty 20-something old man! Today they would lock him up and throw away the key for such a thing, but back then he just married her when she was of age. So, weird-sounding or not, I'm not changing it.
|Susan Tweed Severino||Tweed Family|
Thank you so much for adding the pictures of the Tweed family at the Hollenberg Cemetary. My parents are buried there, along with other family members. We live far away and only visited when we buried our parents so it's nice to have those pictures available.
|Mark Utley||Fred Oetinger #33772760|
Hi Rox, hope spring in Kansas is treating you well - I saw it was 68 in Clay Center today.
On the above memorial, you have added duplicate photos of the grave, if you can delete one that would be great.
Thanks as always, Mark
|Wendy Gunderson||Welch Sisters|
Thank you so much for the photos of Mariah McMains and Sarah Counts. They are sisters, part of the large William Goforth and Julia Ann Knapp Welch family. Sarah was my grandfather's favorite aunt, I think he would be happy to have at least a photo of her grave shared.
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