|Cathy Peacock (#47447639)|
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I love genealogy!I am fascinated with everything family history related, even people I'm not related to. I love searching cemeteries for ancestors, not just mine but others as well. I think Find A Grave website is amazing! (I wish I would have thought it up.)I consider myself an intermediate researcher spending several hours each day. This is my passion.|
Although MOST of my memorial pages are family related I would be glad to turn memorial pages that are not so closely related to me over to current direct descendents. Please feel free to send me corrections or additions to my pages.
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|Kel||Annie Nielsen Redd|
No relationship to Annie. Just looking up obituaries and ran across hers.
Added by Kel on Oct 14, 2013 11:05 PM
|Jamie Field Patten||Lucile James Shewell|
This is my great grandmother and I sadly know hardly anything about her. Thank you for posting the picture. My grandmother, Lucile's daughter, is still living and I am trying to gather stories, especially of Lucile's younger days to interest Bonnie's youngest great grandchildren in family history. Could you point me to where I might be able to find more information?
|Georgie Ann Hankins||Hunter family names|
I also am a genealogist and sometimes come across other trees unrelated to mine and tack the old photos to find their families. I have 18 cabinet photos from the Hunter linage out of Scotland. A David Simpson Hunter m Janet Cook. I am trying to locate which Steve Hunter photo I have and how to track some family member who can care for the old photos. In looking at Find A Grave Adam Patterson Hunter b Scotland 16 Aug 1818 his photo has a strong resemblance to the photo of Steve Hunter that I have. I know these photos were from a family line of David Simpson Hunter who m Janet Cook, also born Scotland. I am thinking that a large family of Hunter's migrated into Utah from Scotland and England and are related but want to be sure before I post this photo of Steve to #90002502.
Any help if you know Hunter history would be appreciated. Thanks, Georgie Ann Hankins Waddell
|Joseph Mann||RE: Re: Margaretha Porzler|
You're very welcome. I am always glad to help. I included photos of all those that are interred in that grave.
Name Age Date of Burial
August Neice 61 07/13/1941
Charles Mrs. Porzler 80 07/06/1912
Louisa Mathilda Neice 23 06/07/1905
William T. Neice 57 05/05/1907
Estelle D Porzlert 9mo 12/02/1898
|La La Duh||pleasant grove city cemetery|
have you taken pictures at this cemetery before? maybethats why i messaged you, I am looking for some family that shows in the obit that they are burried there but I can't find them there.
|La La Duh||Hamblin/Nortons|
Hello, I have found some Obituaries that state Robert Rudolph Hamblin is burried at Pleasant Grove City Cemetery. I can not find him at all anywhere in the us. Also I am looking for any other Hamblin or Norton graves there. Thank you so much if you have any info that might help.
|chloe perdew||Alex Stanley|
Thank you very much for the information on Alex Stanley, which I posted. I also found your bios on Frank & Sarah Stanley very interesting and well done. Good job!
|Susanna Webber Lewis||RE: Permissions|
Hi again Cathy,
Thank you so much for the permissions. Yes, Nauvoo and Carthage mean so much to me. Did you get a chance to visit Carthage? My dad was born and raised there. As a matter of fact, both his parents are from there. My dads five generation sheet shows each and every direct member having ties to Hancock County.
I want to visit there so badly. I've got to do it next year.
I would like to take you up on the offer of emailing a copy of that picture. That is so nice of you. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
I pray you have a very Merry Christmas and recieve many blessings for what you are doing for others.
|Susanna Webber Lewis||Permissions|
I wanted to ask your permission to copy the photo you took at the Nauvoo City Cemetery. It is an incredible photo for someone like myself who has so many members of my family from Hancock County, Illinois.
I, too, have that undeniable passion for family history. Sometimes I get so hyper, like this weekend when my niece sent quite a few old family photos. I think I even got a picture of a great grandfather! Woot! Doing the genealogy dance!!
Anyway, may I have your permission to copy any photos/information you have posted on findagrave? I'd like to add them to my ancestry family tree.
Thanks for your time Cathy and have a Merry Christmas.
thank you very much for the photo of
very much appreciated
Added by flacky on Oct 02, 2012 5:27 PM
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