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This site has been most helpful for my genealogical research; most notably for my membership to Daughters of the American Revolution.|
I am always happy to transfer any memorial to whom I am not related. Kindness goes a long way. Simply ask for as many as you would like.
“If you look deeply into the palm of your hand, you will see your parents and all generations of your ancestors. All of them are alive in this moment. Each is present in your body. You are the continuation of each of these people.” Thich Nhat Hanh
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|Louis Doutt||RE: re: Donald Schenker|
Yes - I have found the related newspaper articles. Thanks for the transfer, if I find I need another or two I will message you. Thanks again!
I am working on the Doutt line at the moment, many of them in the Lawrence, Butler county areas.
|Weez||RE: Mayme Enslow|
You're very welcome!
Added by Weez on Aug 24, 2016 7:56 AM
|Barbara Seaton||Urana Ellis and Betsey Ellis|
Could you tell me the source of the photo of the headstone and the info for Betsey Ellis #102293283 and Urana Ellis # 102293318? I have family papers showing that my mother's name was Betsey and one of her sisters was names Urana. I have been unable to find a last name for Betsey or her husband other than the name Samuel Ellis. One side of the gravestone reads: "James, Bathsheba, Geo W" and I wonder if these were relatives? Would appreciate any info you could give me - this has been a real mystery!
|Nathan Taylor||John Lester Taylor & Sylvia Elzora Taylor|
Thank you for transferring to my stewardship the memorial pages of John Lester Taylor (Find A Grave Memorial# 94637606) and Sylvia Elzora 'Zora' Taylor (maiden name Kennedy (Find A Grave Memorial# 94637678).
|Nathan Taylor||Sylvia Elzora "Zora" Kennedy Taylor|
Thank you for accepting the edits for the memorial page of Sylvia Elzora "Zora" Kennedy Taylor (Find A Grave Memorial# 94637678). She is a distant relative on my father's side of the family, but it is still good that any of her descendants who might be looking for information about her online can find whatever details about her that I can add. Any memorial page without details might mean someone has been forgotten, and I don't want that to happen.
Keep up the excellent work!
|Marsha Adkison||RE: Mr. McDivitt|
Thanks for the photo permission. No need to transfer-I'm a very distant cousin. Have a good one-Marsha
|Travelin ❧ Ancestors||Adding Photo to Pauline Tubbs #38801682|
Can you add a photo from Almond Ostrander #88517665 memorial to Pauline's memorial, please.
It's the last one at the bottom with his and Pauline's name on the gravestone.
|Larry Young||RE: William and Mary Young's Grave Stones|
MrsJB, Reportedly, they are buried in two different cemeteries. First at the Neshannock United Presbyterian Cemetery and second at the Neshannock Presbyterian Cemetery. The latter has photos of their headstones.
William: Find A Grave 21230914
Mary: Find A Grave 21230966
I expect to be in New Castle over Labor Day for a high school reunion and can get the photos then, but if not, maybe you can. Yes, you did take the photos and I thank you for that effort and posting them to their memorials.
You can also reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you so wish. Stay cool and out of the sun. Larry Young
|Betsy Hawley||Carpenters in East Lake Cem|
May I use with acknowledgements your pictures of the grave stones of the Carpenters in Ashtabula Ohio in my family tree?
F.A.G Mem. numbers 111987238; 47730809;111987395; 111987309 and several other members of the family.
|Stardust||Albert & Melba (Hooper) Lechner|
THANK YOU so very much for your kind transfers of these memorials to my care. Your thoughtfulness is very much appreciated by me.
With my sincere thanks,
Added by Stardust on Jul 12, 2016 4:41 PM
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