|Maureen Keillor (#46789811)|
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As a teenager, I would sit with my grandmother as she helped me diagram the "Who's Who" of our regular but convoluted family reunions. As we worked, she would tell me stories of her parents and grandparents. Since then, I've been hooked! I'm a typical product of that melting pot known as Boston, MA; with Irish, Italian, Scots, French and German ancestry. When I get stuck on my own ancestry, I work on my husband's or anyone else I can help. I served for six years at our local LDS Family History Center as a worker, and as its director for another five. These days my great obsession is documenting all of our family members who have served in the military, and the list is up to 106, including 3 women, 5 nations and all branches of service. It's a heritage I want to pass on to my active-duty Air Force and Navy sons. Oh, and ask them how many of their childhood family vacations were spent traipsing through cemeteries! ;-)|
**PLEASE NOTE** I'm happy to make edits and/or transfers, please use the edit button on the memorial, and if you would like a memorial transferred, please remember to include your findagrave number so I don't have to look it up. Thanks!
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|lesnyder1||RE: Thomas Duffert|
Thanks so much for your kind words. Many of the 47th Pennsylvania came home to live long full lives, but a significant number didn't make it back. Some were interred at national cemeteries with headstones, but without much of anything inscribed but their names (sometimes an indication of their home state, and the occasional date). Others are still in graves yet to be identified. So, it does my heart good to know that you and others are taking the time to walk the battlefields and photograph these headstones. I'm happy to help by providing identifying data as I find it. They deserve our ongoing recognition and respect for giving the last full measure of devotion. Many thanks for all you're doing to make sure they're not forgotten.
|BJC||RE: Hendryx family|
Nancy Hendryx (21703796)was the first wife of John Henry Dunbar. They had one son, William Henry Dunbar, before she died. William is my paternal great-grandfather.
Added by BJC on Jul 06, 2014 6:34 AM
|Kathie||Callahan in StL Calvary|
I just posted a picture for Beverly,
Please see the caption for lot info.
Added by Kathie on Jul 06, 2014 5:55 AM
Thanks for the transfers of my family members. I am working on this side and want to connect all of them together. di
|Anonymous||FAG # 57452753|
I wasn't sure if you were aware that you posted the same photo twice on Find A Grave memorial # 57452753 and I just wanted to let you know.
I am not posting this to be disrespectful in any way and just as a courtesy in case your computer accidentally posted it twice because my computer does that with the tokens.
|Paul Frazier||Bridget Kelly|
While the date of birth is different, I believe this is the Bridget Kelly you requested a photo of. If not feel free to delete or let me know and I will delete.
|Vickie||RE: Mary Turner in Providence Cemetery|
Thank you again for your time.
Added by Vickie on May 07, 2014 9:13 AM
|DAVID RITTER||Leroy Brown|
Thanks for handling the edits on Leroy and others Also thank you for everything you're doing for Find A Grave.
|Tommye Price||Jane Brian|
Thank you, Maureen, for the information about her 1st husband. I have him added to her site. Tommye
|Earth Angel||St Johns|
Thanks for all the great marker photos.
St Johns is such an historic cemetery to volunteer in.
Many thanks for your hard work.
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