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I enjoy finding the obscure and documenting for all to see and find. I look for graves that have no flowers, have military service noted and children that don't have a history. I find 99.9% of these are not memorialized so I make sure they are remembered for all to find in their search for ancestors.
If you wish to use my photos you just need to acknowledge where you obtained the photos and from whom. Do not take credit for work you have not done or photos you have not taken.
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|LRobin||PHOTO: John Huber III|
THANK YOU for the photo!
Added by LRobin on Aug 31, 2016 6:45 AM
|Erie County, New York Cemeteries Past & Present||# 122164725|
Casper Joseph Kopp, Thank you very much for the photos of my husbands grandparents!!!
|BJ Garris||Pictures of headstones|
Thank you so much for posting pictures on this website. I found my aunt because of your work!
|Carroll Craven||Callie Mathis 1893-1983|
I would appreciate it if you would transfer my wife's relative Callie Mathis to me. We moved to within reach of him and tended to his gravesite today and have updates for it. Thank you for your time.
|Marion Steiding-Chappell||Seth Lara|
Thanks---I deleted my post.
|waldonia||Dobbin Family at Grace Episcopal Church|
I find myself researching a branch of family descended from Judge George Washington Dobbin of "Lawyer's Hill" in Howard County, and I see that you were out at Grace Episcopal Church in Howard County in March documenting some Dobbin graves. I wondered if you had come across Elizabeth Swann Key Dobbin (1846-1908) or her son Dr. George W. Dobbin (1870-1928)? Their funerals were at that church, and I was hoping that they are buried there . . . Just thought I'd ask.
Added by waldonia on Jul 22, 2016 2:29 AM
|LCH||RE: # 154134588|
Thank you so much!
Yes there are many I am looking for but none in the Baltimore area. 😉
My mother and her siblings never knew their grandfather and getting this picture and the information with it that I have found will be meaningful.
Thank you again!
Added by LCH on Jul 05, 2016 5:32 AM
Thank you so much for the listing above! I have been searching and searching for my great grandfather's burial site. I check in from time to time and finally I found it because you took the time to find and upload this information. I appreciate it so much!
One question, the picture that comes up for Martin Luther is of his brother's grave. Would you still have the photo of Martin's grave?
Thank you so much for your time,
Added by LCH on Jul 04, 2016 5:12 PM
Thank you very much for the pictures.
|Happy Heart ||Capt. Joshua Dorsey|
Hello LindaP -
What a lovely surprise finding gravestone pictures for Capt. Joshua Dorsey!
A serious computer problem has kept me from replying to your most helpful message. Now, with the problem partially fixed, I can THANK YOU; however, I still cannot get into my genealogy software program.
Though I do not know the middle initials for Joshua's parents, their first & last ones would match those on nearby gravestones. While "meet Virginia" shows on her memorials that both were buried on plantations, their remains might have been moved to the churchyard at Christ Episcopal Church. That situation occurred several times for ancestors in Virginia when the plantations were sold.
Two of Joshua & Ann's daughters had the appropriate initials of ED & SD.
Even though it is impossible to know if those gravestones are for Joshua & his family, it certainly is intriguing.
Again, I appreciate your kind help so very much.
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