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I began visiting local cemeteries for my family history and quickly changed to photographing as much of a cemetery as I could and posting the photos or entering a new memorial if there wasn't one before. I hope to help those looking for their ancestors, and also to preserve and document the gravesite. So many stones are deteriorating rapidly, and natural or man made catastrophes are endangering some cemeteries. It is vital that we preserve this information for future generations. I also find it very peaceful to walk in our local cemeteries, and a connection in knowing that many years ago they walked the same ground and lived their lives here.|
If I have maintenance of a memorial that is related to you and you wish to manage it, please do not hesitate to let me know and I will gladly transfer to you. I believe they belong with family.
Feel free to use my photos as long as it is for family history or genealogy related matters.
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|Constable_Cascaden||RE: Elizabeth Hubbard Wilson|
So sorry for the late reply.
The Memorial is correct. It must have been very late at night and I didn't read it correctly. Sorry about that.
I've updated some of the other info for this family. The records are below:
Lizzie's sons WWI Registration showing full names & birth dates:
Clark Hubbard Wilson
Arthur Eugene Wilson
I'm still on the hunt for the name of Lizzie Hubbard Wilson's husband.
You have a memorial listed for him and a cemetery that is he listed in. 94777540 is his number. I placed a request for a picture of his headstone and received back that the person could not find him in the cemetery or listed there. Could you tell me how you obtained the information for his presence in this cemetery? I am looking for documentation of his burial here.
|Jeanette B||Ruth Jordan|
Thanks so much for posting this. I had been looking for her whereabouts after her phone was disconnected. Other cousins are looking for her also. Without your post, we would never had known.
|Bill Daugherty||Richard Sneath Photo|
Thanks for the Richard Sneath photo.
|GMG||William S. Sebor|
many thanks for sending me the edits for William S. Sebor. I did not know that his memorial had been transferred to my care. I will add a sketch biography soon.
Your work here at Find-a-Grave is invaluable to individuals like me doing family research. ~ with appreciation, George Gaston
Added by GMG on Mar 04, 2015 6:23 AM
|Donna Lyle Alumbaugh||Thanks|
Hi, thanks for beautiful photo of the headstone for Ezekial and Eunice Rackliff. Also the corrections. Appreciate it very much. Donna
Thank you so much...nice to work with such prompt and kind contributors! Cheers~ Shirleen
Hi: It's been years since we talked - you put some photos on some of my old memorials... I am sending you several edits, to fill in the blanks, on your Crowfoot family at Middlesex, Connecticut. Ephraim married into the Whitmore family, which I have researched quite a bit.
All the vital data is from marriage, birth & christening records, death & burial records of Conn., etc. I will not send anything in a grey area, but use what you want & reject any you don't want - won't hurt my feelings at all...Cheers~ Shirleen
|Steven Smith||Edgertons in Indian Hill|
Thank you for taking the time to fulfill my requests for pictures of Edgerton family grave stones in Indian Hill Cemetery. I appreciate your help very much.
|Randy Colter||Elizabeth's transfer|
Thank you very much for Elizabeth's transfer, I appreciate it. If there's ever anything that I can do for you, please don't hesitate to ask.
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