|Kim White (#47499959)|
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I am probably like most genealogists. I began with my own family and once I got all of my leaves on the tree, I started using the ancestry records available to add short bios to the memorials I created for people who were buried in our local cemeteries but who were not yet "findable" on Find-A-Grave.|
I know that every stone I photograph has a story, however brief their life may have been. I have a special fondness for headstones that are broken, or have ended up on their backs, embedded into the earth and hope that by photographing them, they may someday be resurrected by a family member.
If there is a grave that a family member would like to manage, contact me regarding a transfer. Additionally, if you would like to have a photo or a bio removed, just say the word. My only intention is to provide help to other people doing genealogy research. You are free to use the photographs I have taken.
I also welcome corrections and additional information. Please allow at least a few days for the correction as I work full time and can only do F.A.G. business as time allows.
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|L. Stoneturner||Harriet L. Espich|
Harriet L. Espich is not buried there, that is why
I didn't create a memorial. She and Herbert divorced, not there.
Thanks L. Wood
Did I not approve some edits you suggested ? If so I am sorry. I sometimes get 30 or 40 at one time. Please submit the edits again if I missed some.
|Peggy Masters||Alexander & Sarah Poor|
Alexander's and Sarah's son is James Harvey Poor...he was my Great Grandfather who married Mary Capp Riggs on July 7, 1888, and lived in Anderson, Indiana. Mary had two children from her first marriage, Emma Jane and Ward...and they had two children of their own, William Edward (my Grandfather) and Callie Mae. Harvey and Mary divorced January 15, 1915. Harvey died October 10, 1928, when he fell off a roof he was repairing at the age of 77.
|Peggy Masters||Alexander Poor|
Thank you Kim!!!
Alexander is my Great Great Grandfather, and it has been difficult finding information on him.
Thanks for adding Chester. I missed seeing any new entries when I clicked on my shortcut to your recent additions. Just so you know, you were missed!
Added by Nancy on Aug 31, 2014 1:03 PM
You uploaded a photo of the monument for Lucinda Pomeroy #71024519 at Oak Hill. I noticed the inscription includes a son Chester, but it appears he has not been added to findagrave. Could you please add him using the information from your photo? Thanks!
Added by Nancy on Aug 26, 2014 9:56 AM
|Carol Wilson||Eliz. Allison Bell sources|
Hello, Thank you for the informative summary about Eliz. and husband Charles H. Bell connected to their Oak Hill Cemetery, Marshall County, IN headstone.
I am researching and writing a history of this family (my husband's ancestors). Just wondering about the sources of 1) Charles' birthplace "Beaver Dam, Erie County, PA" and 2) Charles & Eliz's wedding site of "Holmes County, OH." Your sources may help me find additional information.
So far, I cannot determine Eliz. Allison's ascendants and have found very little about Charles' predecessors.
I appreciate the fine work and results that you provide via Find a Grave. Thank you so much!
|Joanne Swart||Mabel Black Casto|
I have an obituary for Mabel Black Casto if you are interested in adding it to Mabel's Memorial.
|J B Williams & T Slaydon Williams||family|
Wasn't going to change a thing, just maintain,
|LeRoy L. Smith||David Hull, FAG# 127321155|
Kim, I just came across a record "Indiana Deaths, 1882-1920", on Ancestry.com, in the case of David Hull. It gives his date of death as 14 Nov 1910. Source of this info is City Health Office, Michigan City. If you prefer, I can use the "Edit" tab for this input. Best Wishes.
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