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My research takes me to many cemeteries and I attempt to collect as many grave pictures as possible. As I enter them here, I understand that I do not have supplemental vital information on the deceased. Since this program does not allow editing of the profile by another user, please let me know if you want to add information about your loved one. Just include the text in your e-mail (no attachments please) and I will copy and paste it to the profile exactly as I receive it. But of course, I'm also willing to pass on management under the Findagrave management rule for direct ancestors...provided they're not my ancestor too :-) Enjoy!|
For more research info specific to my family and region, visit my blog: http://journeyspast.blogspot.com/
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I would like to email you about your Beyersdoerfer family. I am descended through Michael Beyersdoerfer (Brown County Ohio) who I believe is a brother to Johann George. I also have some information about Johann George's son, Adam who died at age 16.
Would you please email me? I found your wonderful blog, but could not find a way to contact you. My email is lwaysonkoehler AT gmail.com
Added by LKoehler on Sep 26, 2013 4:34 PM
|Beverly Smith Harker||Jacob Harker|
Thank you so very much for adding the wonderful photo of Civil War Soldier,Jacob Harker. He was my husbands gg uncle.
|Gary L. Evans||Brandenburg Cemetery at Foster, KY|
I misspelled the duplicate cemetery it is "Reinhimer Farm Cemetery".
|Gary L. Evans||Bandenburg Cemetery at Foster, Bracken, KY|
Researching my wife's Brandenburg lineage I found your Brandenburg Cemetery at Foster, Bracken, KY has been duplicated by Find A Grave contributor Debbie J (#46890655) under the name Rieinhimer Farm Cemetery.
Gary L. Evans (#46882919)
|Dennis & Jean Boyer||Henry Connelly, SAR Patriot #P-137536, Find A Grave Memorial# 67250794|
I am Dennis Boyer, Secretary, Arkansas Society, National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution. I am a volunteer working on updates of the SAR Patriot Index, now available on line at http://patriot.sar.org. Henry Connelly is among my assignees, and I have located your photo at his memorial. We anticipate eventually being able to include photos, where available, with the Patriot's listing, so I am asking your permission to download and prepare for posting your photo.
Thanks for your good work.
Findagrave contributor #4749514
|Vicki Markussen||Salem Cemetery|
Hello, you entered photos from the Salem Cemetery near Germantown, KY. I have a death certificate showing a Mrs. Walter Hill was buried there. Her name was Ella Mae (Crawford) Hill. 5/5/1892-2/18/1920. I am wondering if by any chance there are additional graves in the cemetary that may be hers?
your grave ID 19727427 father's grave is 55449050, mother's is http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=14068465
Added by Drishane on Mar 31, 2012 3:20 PM
|Toy Nicol||William Johnson|
My husband is a descendant of Gen.William Johnson,# 24715232 and his father is Ltc. James Johnson #7680916 and his father is Robert Johnson #35076415. Iam trying to ge them linked thru their bio have conacted one other person to have James father listed on his bio and then you could have James listed as the father to William. I hope this is something you could help me with. Thank you. love linking our family together.
|Ellie's Grandma||Martha Disher|
Thank you so very much. Martha was a daughter of my 3rd great-grandaunt. I really appreciate this.
|Beverly Smith Harker||RE: Jacob Harker|
Hi, I am glad you sent a public response. Perhaps others will see it too. I saw your message beneath Jacobs photo and checked out the URL. It has a wonderful collection and yes it is too bad there are so many unidentified photos. I am glad I found Jacob Harker since he is my husbands great uncle. I knew he was a Civil War Veteran but didnt know how he died until I read it as part of his records. I sure wish I could locate some of his direct descendents.
I looked for a way to contact the Lilljegrins but couldnt find an email for them. Thank you for entering Jacob on Find A Grave.
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