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ohSunnyOne (#47178112)
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Bio Photo My Find-a-Grave activity is only moderately curtailed by that essential 'nuisance' of "having to earn a living". I generally respond to queries, SACs and requests as soon as I can get a round tuit. Sincere apologies for all delays, and thank you for your patience. =]) Beth

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A proud Canadian, I live in the Province of Ontario :D Locations of interest include all of Simcoe County (which is about an hour north of Toronto), plus Ancaster (west Hamilton) and the (former) County of Wentworth, which are due west of Toronto.
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Copyright courtesy requested! If you wish to use a photo that I have uploaded to a memorial here on Find-a-Grave, and post it to another website 'as yours', KINDLY ASK ME FIRST. In general, I don't mind if anyone uses my photos for their personal records, and I would hope my name would be included for the source file. But please, if you're going to post them to a FEE-BASED/SUBSCRIPTION website (including Ancestry, which as we all know ultimately profits from _everything_ contributed to their site), it would be nice if credit to the photographer (me) could be given within the posting. I don't know if other sites make this possible, but something such as: "Photograph taken by OhSunnyOne, Ancaster, Ont" would be appreciated.
Thank you for this consideration.

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"If we don't grab this data, it's gone. Stones are face down, fallen over. Some that we can read now, we won't be able to read later. Counties just don't have the resources to restore every cemetery." --
Gail Brown, coordinator faculty of the Geographic Information System program at Kirkwood Community College (Cedar Rapids, Iowa), on cemetery preservation and recording

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"God put me on this earth to accomplish a certain number of things. Right now I am
so far behind that I will never die."
- Bill Waterson [creator, 'Calvin & Hobbes']

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RE: Westbury Cemetery, Barbados
No problem :D
Added by Deathbecomezher on Apr 18, 2014 11:04 AM
Philip Allan
Margaret Smith
Sorry again. I believe I have this right now. This address for Margaret Crichlow's obituary should work:
Added by Philip Allan on Apr 16, 2014 11:09 AM
Philip Allan
Margaret Smith
Sorry. I address I gave you for the obituary of Margaret Smith was missing a letter "s". Here's the correct address:
Added by Philip Allan on Apr 16, 2014 11:02 AM
Philip Allan
Margaret Smith
A lengthy obituary for Margaret Smith (nee Crichlow), who is buried in Riverside Cemetery at Napanee, has been posted on the Adolphustown-Fredericksburgh Heritage Website. I thought you might like to add all or part of this obituary to your Findagrave entry for her. You can find the obituary under the entries for the letter "S" at the link below.
Added by Philip Allan on Apr 16, 2014 10:58 AM
Elvira Lount
RE: Murray and Ethel Lount
That's great, thanks. I will take good care of them :-)

Added by Elvira Lount on Apr 14, 2014 1:24 PM
Jeanne Linn
Hello. I have been going through the Canadian Jarvises looking for any that might be family names for my husband's family here in the states. Otto, Gilbert, Miles, Milo and such as that. I have some questions that you may or may not be able to answer. This is my email address if you have time, please email me so I can ask these things ( Gilbert was supposed to have been born in Canada, moved to the states, married Permelia Ketchum from New York, lived in Michigan and other places before settling in Oregon. Milo disappeared after the 1860 census (he was age 16 and twin to Miles). Gilbert has no middle name that we know of....more stories, but not much real verification. Thanks for any help you can give me. Jeanne

P.S. Frederick William was used on a baby that was stillborn. So that may be a family name....
Added by Jeanne Linn on Apr 13, 2014 10:49 PM
Elvira Lount
Murray and Ethel Lount
Thanks so much for taking the photo of my grandparents grave in Barrie.

Best, Elvira
Added by Elvira Lount on Apr 13, 2014 1:32 PM
Hi & many thanks for note - I live in England & I'm, afraid I'm not familier with your geography so, it is appreciated.
Added by scottsheat on Mar 13, 2014 12:31 PM
Jan Rader
Herb and Henrietta Brass Stone
Thanks so much for taking a photo of Herb and Henrietta's gravestone in Grove Cemetery in Hamilton! I took one of the same stone in 1976, but have been unable to find it, so I really appreciate it. Herb was my grandmother's second cousin, and he would often come with Henrietta to visit us in Indiana when I was a child (I was visiting Henrietta in 1976 when I took the photo - Herb was already deceased). Thanks again!
Added by Jan Rader on Feb 17, 2014 10:26 AM
James A Kammer
Dr Hope's Obit was found at the Deseronto Archives. They have listed many obits from the late 1800's in the Deseronto Tribune. If you google Deseronto Archives, you will find it.

Added by James A Kammer on Feb 17, 2014 9:59 AM
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