|Murray Munro (#46616011)|
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Murray Munro: Thunder Bay, Ontario Canada|
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My grandfather was from Ontario, Canada. He came to Kentucky in the 1890s. Thirteen years ago, I did a google search on my last name and found a genealogy researcher in Canada that turned out to be my 4th cousin. We exchanged information and that's what got me started doing family research.
|Francie Ede||RE: Awesome Researcher!|
I spent a lot of time at libraries looking up obits and made friends while doing so. Several friends have given me their collections to put online to help other researchers.
I put together 4 Access databases that I'm working out of. There are over 40,000 obits (and growing) in these databases. It would be so much easier to donate the databases to a group such as Ancestry instead of having to add the obits individually to Find A Grave memorials but I wouldn't want them to charge for them.
When I started the project it was real easy to do queries from my databases to make spreadsheets to create my own memorials. Then I would go back and copy & paste the obits to the memorials. While I was busy building the databases, other people were busy inventorying the cemeteries. Now I find that others have already put most of the memorials on there.
It's a lot more work to get others to add information to their memorials. Most people will cooperate, but there are a few out there that will change the information that I give them or won't cooperate at all. What starts out as a volunteer project then becomes a job. For this reason, I have to be careful that I don't get burned out over it.
Thanks for your encouragement. That keeps me going.
hi murray thanks for the pic's i'm ken mckee son of geraldine marriott, daughter of ula flo Raymer daughter of etti york
|A. Medina||RE: St. Francis Assisi|
My 12 year old Maine Coon Cat was diagnosed with Chronic Lympocytic Leukemia in December 09'. Prayer,Jesus/St. Francis, The Virgin Mary , Medicine,and A wonderful Vet and have interveined and as of yesterday her blood work came back Normal. I'm always going to thank them all. Thanks for the message. Keep in touch. :o)
Simon's mother Marguerite has her own business as a hair dresser in Langley, I am trying to find out other information for you, I can't find much out on Stephen, but he does not appear to have deceased.
|JusticeForTheInnocent||RE: Simon Partington|
I found it in a newpaper article which was written about him.
I thought after I saw your memorial, and read the comments you made about your lucky escape that I would see what I could find =)
Simons burial place is, Gethsemane Catholic Church, Near Surrey. Rev Paul Foran conducted the service.
Hope this helps you a little.
|mike sell||William Haines|
Thank you so much for leaving William a message. I am pleased people take the time to remember him.
|Jennifer||thank you so much|
for taking the time to visit my mom and dads memorial page, i appreciate it so very much!
Added by Jennifer on May 03, 2008 5:27 PM
FOR PUTTING FLOWERS ON MY FAMILY A MEMORIALS
THAT WAS REALLY KIND OF YOU.
TAKE CARE BONNE J.
Added by RMT on May 01, 2008 8:37 PM
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