|Maureen Keillor (#46789811)|
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As a teenager, I would sit with my grandmother as she helped me diagram the "Who's Who" of our regular but convoluted family reunions. As we worked, she would tell me stories of her parents and grandparents. Since then, I've been hooked! I'm a typical product of that melting pot known as Boston, MA; with Irish, Italian, Scots, French and German ancestry. When I get stuck on my own ancestry, I work on my husband's or anyone else I can help. I served for six years at our local LDS Family History Center as a worker, and as its director for another five. These days my great obsession is documenting all of our family members who have served in the military, and the list is up to 106, including 3 women, 5 nations and all branches of service. It's a heritage I want to pass on to my active-duty Air Force and Navy sons. Oh, and ask them how many of their childhood family vacations were spent traipsing through cemeteries! ;-)|
Please feel free to use any of my photographs of headstones/graves on your family tree; it would be nice if you'd credit me. I'm always happy to hear that my random snapping helps someone!
**PLEASE NOTE** I'm happy to make edits and/or transfers, please use the edit button on the memorial, and if you would like a memorial transferred, please remember to include your findagrave number so I don't have to look it up. Thanks!
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|D. Leeman Wilson||RE: Hazard family edits|
Thank you for processing all the edits I suggested for Mary Robinson Hazard # 25318179, and her daughters. It is much appreciated.
|Jean Jorgensen||Benjamin M. Burdick|
Thank you for finding and taking a photo of the gravestone for Benjamin M. Burdick at the Hopkinton Cemetery. It is so dark and warn, it was probably hard to find and read.
Thank you for your care in getting a photo and posting it.
|Patsy Conlon||James D. O'Neal|
Thank you so much for the edit. It is much appreciated. Your the best for helping me put my family together. :)
Patsy - Texas
|Kathleen Aderhold||Find A Grave Memorial# 39149129. Henry Gaines Clark|
The bio says that he was the Guardian for the children of his brother, James Washington Clark, as per a will. I would like to track down that will. Any help you can be is much appreciated.
|Laura O'Grady||RE: Frederick Munier|
Excellent pun, Maureen! It's not a big cemetery and I did check it over pretty thoroughly but there were a couple of others that I couldn't find, either. So I'm going to go to the cemetery office when I can and see if they have records of these people and I'll let you know if I find anything.
|HikingDave||Margaret Saunders Kmetz photo|
Thank you very much - truly appreciated!
|Jani Nebeker||RE: Griffith in Cloverdale|
Sorry it's taken so long to get back to you. I somehow missed your message. Unfortunately, I don't know the Griffith's, I live close to Cloverdale, so I occasionally add graves to this site. I admire your desire to reunite the flag with his family.
|Tom Jennings||RE: Mary Ellen Drach|
You are most welcome. As you say in your profile, when I run out of things to do on my tree, I like to help others. amazing how many relationships can be documented here!
Thanks so much for taking the time to find this stone. They are my great aunt and uncle. Linda
Added by Linda on Jul 01, 2016 12:05 PM
|Tresda Neff||Royce Coy Stephens|
So happy to find this photo of him. I didn't know anyone who had one. Royce was my Dad's first cousin. Thank you so much for posting it.
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