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In my pre-teen years, my grandmother and I would go for walks in the cemetery close to her home. It was a history lesson for me as she would tell me about the lives of her family and friends buried there.|
My goal is to link as many memorials as I can and provide pictures to help future generations find their ancestors. If you find any mistakes please Email me and I will make corrections.
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|Chris||James Ford, England > IN, Nurseryman|
My family is linked to the James Ford family of Princeton, IN, who owned property in the 1st Ward of that city in the 1880's and I believe operated a nursery there. His daughter married into my Mills family. Byron Mills, my fourth great uncle, was a lumber mill operator and lived next to the Fords in NE Princeton during that time period. His first cousin, George W. Mills, is the one who married James Ford's daughter, Mary Anna. I'd like to know more about that family and your connection to it, if you'd be so kind as to contact me by e-mail at doyle_cm at yahoo.com. Thank you kindly!
Added by Chris on Jun 30, 2016 9:27 AM
|Ola Mae (Griffin) Trout||RE: Photoes on Webb stones|
Thanks for all you do for find a grave. It is greatly appreciated.
|Jeffrey Vaillant||Mackintosh and Cope families|
Mike thank you for all the pictures you have posted for my family. I appreciate aeeing them. May I download them to my private data base? Thank you, Jeff
I don't know if your related to the Gardner's that you posted pictures of, but thank you. I'm researching my Gardner brick wall and the resemblance between my Gardner family and the pictures you posted have given me a nice lead to look into.
Added by RMonroe on Apr 10, 2016 12:49 PM
|Dane_Dicke||Anna C Mader (1877-1957)|
Thank you for the work you do on Find A Grave. Families both present and future will thank you too.
I have Mrs. Mader's maiden name listed as Gardner but I have no citations to verify that. Do you have any idea if that is correct?
I'm putting together a tree of the Schwieterman family in memory of my friend David Urban Schwieterman (1929-2015). Mrs. Mader is a part of that tree. I am also hoping you might grant permission for me to use the portrait of Mrs. Mader that you added to her Find A Grave memorial located at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=63795572&ref=acom
I wish to use the portrait in the Schwieterman tree published at ancestry.com and I will attribute your Find A Grave addition as my source if you do grant permission.
Best Regards, Dane Dicke
|Tina||Ida and Lloyd Parks|
Thank you for the pictures posted to their memorials in Mays Chapel Cemetery. They are paternal family.
Added by Tina on Mar 12, 2016 9:22 AM
|Dee Tharp-Garrison||Sgt Lewis Owen Brooks|
Dear Mike, thank you for all your work and devotion. Would you please remove the photo from the above subject. (Memorial #66559413) This is Ralph O Brooks, brother to Lewis O Brooks. Thank you so much for making this correction. Dee Tharp-Garrison.
|Bryan Davis||Isaac Newton Ford|
I posted a photo today (a tin type) of Isaac Ford. It belonged to my great-grandmother (Isaac's daughter) Lavina Ford Moody. She came to Texas with her husband and nine children in 1903 from Tazewell, Tennessee. Her father, Isaac, died the following year.
|Christine Jones||RE: Quentin Emerson Watts|
Thank you for doing this. I really appreciate it. We don't have many pictures of Quentin and I'm always excited when I see new ones.
|DTaylor||Elizabeth E. Parks|
Hi, I noticed you posted a picture of Elizabeth E. Parks on Find A Grave#100028769 THANK YOU !! Just wondering if we are related. Thanks FTAylor
Added by DTaylor on Oct 27, 2015 11:43 AM
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