|Rose Bond (#47887074)|
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I love photography and documenting family history. I know how hard it is at times to find information about our ancestors, and I believe that having a photo of a headstone is extremely valuable. As a result, I have been wandering around cemeteries as time permits and taking photos of headstones. If I can help even one person find information about a family member, I will be happy! I don't want anyone to be forgotten - everyone has a story!|
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|Patricia Harrison Armstrong||RE: Luke McGavin|
Rose, you are so welcome. I've had to do the very same thing and I'm happy I could help!
Rose you made my day. Once again thanks.
Added by Pam on Nov 17, 2013 10:06 AM
|Angel Maxwell-Shire||Much Gratitude|
THank you so much for transferring the Fitz family memorials to me. It means the world to the family!! You kindness is so very much appreciated!!
|Angel Maxwell-Shire||David Fitzs Memorial|
I am a family member of the Fitz/Collier family, by marriage to my late husband.
We are looking to tie all the memorials together.
Davids father in interned with him (also one of your memorials), Stanley Fitz his memorial # 119274109
His mother, Edith Handlin Fitz #119274109
thank you for posting these memorials
|Kaye||William & Mary Medlyn|
Rose, Thank you so much for transferring their memorials to my care! I am updating the memorials and making links. I appreciate the time and effort you have taken to make memorials for those of us in other parts of the US. Regards, Kaye
Added by Kaye on Oct 21, 2013 6:04 PM
Hi fellow finder!!!
I am writing to you hoping you can help find a relative. I see that you posted the headstones of Raymond & Evelyn Cavanaugh. I AM IN A DESPERATE SEARCH FOR THEIR GRANDCHILDREN - from their daughter.
Patricia Cavanaugh (Patricia Fanning) is the mother of three children. My first cousin is looking for his birth father. Born either 1959 or 1960. We know that Patricia was the mother of his birth father.
I am hoping that you might have any ties to this family and know of anyone at ALL that can help us locate her children. Thank you for taking the time to read this. Any information would be truly appreciated!!!!
|Cindy Rinehart||E Jane Hollenback|
Thank you for posting the obituary for E Jane Hollenback. I recently located an obituary in the The Independent Record (Helena, Montana) for Jerry Rule buried in Hill Cemetery in Anaconda. The burial took place in 1949. There are several "Hill" Cemeteries listed. I don't want to make a mistake and was hoping with your knowledge and experience you could identify the correct cemetery and create a memorial for him. Thanks for all you do on find a grave!
The Independent Record (Helena, Montana)
Saturday April 23, 1949
Jerry Rule, 66 Helena Resident For Past Thirteen Years, Dies
Jerry Rule; 66, a native of Yugoslavia and Helena resident for the past 13 years, died early this morning at St. John's Hospital following a brief illness.
Mr. Rule was born Jan 15, 1883, and came to the United States as a young man of 20. He resided first in St. Louis and came to Anaconda 32 years ago. He resided there until moving to Helena in 1936. Prior to his retirement for active duty two years ago, he was employed by the Helena branch of the Eddy Bakery. Previous to that time he had been employed by both the Northern Pacific and Great Northern Railways.
He was a member of the Serbian Orthodox Church. Mrs. Rule died in 1941.
Surviving are three sons, Peter, Walter and Roy Rule of Helena; a daughter, Mrs. Vernon Casey of Yakima, Wash; a step daughter, Mrs. Richard Brown, and a stepson, Milan Kovich, both of Helena, and four grandchildren. The body is at the Opp-Conrad Retz funeral home. Services will be conducted at the family home 2305 Columbia, early next week. Burial will be in Anaconda's Hill cemetery.
|Cindy Rinehart||Joseph Francis Hollenback|
Thank you for adding Joseph's obituary.
|Michael Sullivan||Joseph McCarron|
I just wanted to let you know that Joseph McCarron's eldest grandson & wife from Scotland, eldest great grand daughter from Maryland and great great grandson also from Maryland visited his grave in Montana on Saturday thanks to you! They were able to pay their respects and leave some flowers. As they stated, 'it was wonderful and sad at the same time'. Thank you so much for taking pictures and posting so others can see that their family have been properly placed to rest as well as know where they are located! Slainte - Mike
Thank you so much for the 3 Sheehan transfers. Really appreciate it.
Added by Lindy on Aug 21, 2013 10:10 AM
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