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I volunteer as a Board of Directors member and Archivist for the Pennington Research Association. Right now I volunteer as the Pennington Pedigrees Editor. I am involved in much Pennington activity whether they are my direct line or not. Our family is officially Group 6 of this wonderful genealogy site. http://www.penningtonresearch.org/|
I also serve as a Board of Director for the Eureka Historical Society and try to stay involved in my local community.
I've entered various kinds of cemetery records here at findagrave.com:
1) My own family members, if I know what cemetery they have been buried.
2) Photographed many, many cemeteries in the Readington Twp., Hunterdon Co., NJ area.
3) Various cemetery records that I have access to books for all US States.
4) I am just about finished with photographing the cemetery in Wanette, Oklahoma. There are about 10% unphotographed and have to figure out which section that I missed. This is my hometown cemetery so its especially dear to me.
5) Starting to photograph more cemeteries in the Eureka, St. Louis Co., MO area...but I've been slow at this. The Franklin Co., MO Cemetery Society pretty much has this area covered. Their contact information is www.cemeterysociety.org.
I have an interest in all tombstones of service men and women. Especially the ones that mention the Revolutionary and Civil War.
I research many surnames, such as: Adkins, Akins, Armitage, Cullins, Elms, Harding, Kirkpatrick, Pennington, Pitts, Redford, Thomas, Whiteaker, Woodrome/Woodrum, Wilson, etc.
If you find any errors or would like to have additional information posted to any records that I have added, please contact me and I'll make those changes for you.
I have no problem with transferring ownership of a memorial that I have created. Just ask and it is yours.
You have my permission to use any of the photographs that I take for your genealogy family history. No need to ask, this statement is all that you need. If you list me as the source for the photo, just source me as Mindy.
The picture of the above statue is from a tombstone that I photographed at Evergreen Cemetery in Clinton, Hunterdon Co., NJ of a little boy. The children's graves are the ones that makes me the most sad.
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|Millhaven||Concord Cemeties, Jamestown, MO|
Can you please send me an e-mail? I'd like to talk with you about the two names for the one Concord Cemetery in Jamestown, Missouri. Thank you.
|Rich Dohm||Error in message below|
Bad link below... HERE is the photo. Rich.
|Rich Dohm||Childers Chapel Cemetery ~ Noel Pitts|
Hello Mindy. You have a duplicate memorial HERE which I was hoping you'd delete. I realize you show a citation but it's simply wrong: You show Sept. 5, 1819 as his burthdate, but if you look closely at his gravestone HERE it says "Born Dec. 17, 1797. Again (as in "born again" I suppose) Sep. 5, 1819. Died July 11, 1874." Rich.
|Don Ludwig||Alice Christine Pennington|
Thanks so much for the transfer, and for all your hard work! Don
|laura marvel||William Thomas Williams|
Hi Mindy, Could you please connect William Thomas Williams Find A Grave (12093125) in the Wanette Cemetery in Pottawatomie County, Oklahoma, to his father, James Sterling Barney Williams Find A Grave (49150489) and his mother, Caroline Chitwood Williams Find A Grave (49150387)? I would really appreciate this. Thanks, Laura
|STLFamily||Sandra F Denu|
I believe you have may have Sandra Denu in the wrong cemetery. There is a memorial at a different cemetery.
Check: Sandra F Denu, Find A Grave Memorial# 95324107,
Mount Hope Cemetery Mausoleum and Crematory
St. Louis County
|R.Michael||RE: Eick transfers|
I'll certainly look into that too. Stretched a little thin when it comes to the Eick's of NJ, but as I learn more about them, I'm fine with managing aunts & uncles until a descendant comes along and requests transfer. It only makes sense, if one thinks about it. I.e., as one is researching Directs, they naturally rely on siblings to narrow in on the Direct.
|R.Michael||RE: Eick transfers|
Good to know, M. I'll add that to my list of things to explore re my New Jersey ancestors when I get there (someday).
-Thanks thrice, then.
Well, I just couldn't resist ... thanking you, that is, for the transfers.
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