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Hello my name is Peggy|
I am adding this note to my profile. " IF YOU DO NOT WANT PEOPLE TO USE YOUR PHOTOS; DO NOT ADD THEM TO MY PAGES!!" What I have is to share. Anyone who wishes to use my photos from find a grave are more than welcome. This is why I joined this site. People are searching as well as I for info. If I could delete photos I would.
I come from a very large family in the hills of Up State New York. We lost our mother May 2,2007 and that has inspired me to help my sister with a family tree, for My mother, Brother and she had been working on it for the past 10 years. She found this site so now here I am.I think it is a wonderful way to remember people.
When you write a memorial for them it brings you all the wonderful memories. Things that at the time they happen mean nothing, but when as time passes they mean Everything.
I am adding graves from our Family's Cemetery. If you see your family here let me know and I will be happy to give you their page.
If you find a mistake let me know and I will be Happy to fix it. If you see Someones a picture of a Head stone that I have added of your family and you want the picture contact me and I will be happy to Email it to you.
I feel a Grave with out a stone is like the person was never here and nothing for people to remember. The same is true for those that were Cremated and not buried. This Site makes it so Everyone has a place that you can come and remember and be remembered.
You will see I put a Chicken as a token on some memorials. Just so you know that is a good thing. My Mom made that picture and she was so proud of it that she could not wait for me to see it so she made my Dad take it to town and mail it to me. So I am proud and happy to leave it as a token on Memorials.
"Thought of you with love today, but that is nothing new. I thought about you yesterday, and days before that too. I think of you in silence, I often speak your name. All I have are memories and a picture in a frame. Your memory is a keepsake, with which I'll never part. God has you in His keeping, I have you in my heart."
" I NEED HELP!" I AM SEARCHING FOR "MYRON AND MABLE ZIMMER" From Newark Valley.They are My GG Grandparents. If Anyone has info for where they are buried please contact me. Also Mable's Maiden Name.
Also I Am Searching For "Malone and Rebbecca Jackson" From Pharsalia
All Help is Appreciated! Thank you so Much. Everyone on here are great and I thank you all.
There is a Memorial for My Mom, Sharon Gerogianna Jackson Wheeler on fin a grave.
Find A Grave Memorial# 32724546
I AM IN SEARCH OF: "MYRON ZIMMER
AND WIFE MABLE'S GRAVES" BURIED IN Unadila, New York
"GEORGIANNA BRAZEE MURRAY BAILEY" Buried In Conn., Maine or Mass.
Names of interest-
'WHEELER","JACKSON","MURRAY","NEFF","ZIMMER", "JOHNSON","PIKE","MONROE","MUNROE","BRAZEE", "HICKS","DONNELLY","BAILEY'
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|Debbie BaileyFarmer||RE: Baileys|
hello we are from upper CT endedd up in Milford my email is
|John Cahill ||Christopher Warner|
hello from Delaware
my wife and I were in Berne Beaver dam cemetery July 3, 2014
I searched For Christopher.
In the Warner plot was a C.H. Warner
I took a picture but am unsure if it is your request.
May not be .....he appears to be civil war veteran
I can forward if you like
I just read your bio and saw you were looking for info about Myron and Mable Zimmer I took a look around and her maiden name was Holbrook. I am not related. I seen the info on a site familysearch.org They had a daughter Lena that married an Elmer Neff on April 11,1914 in New York. The site is free and safe check it out Peggy.
Added by T on Jun 01, 2014 12:20 PM
|Diane Branham||RE: Pikes|
You are welcome Peggy
Corrections made, Larry
|NYGraveFinder||Robert C Squires|
I noticed you added photos to the memorial for Coralee Squires Dunagan. I created a memorial for Robert C. Squires,who I think might be her son? If you would like me to transfer his memorial to you I would be more than happy to.(Or if I have information wrong) Just let me know. Thanks,Cindy #47079039
|Chris G.||Edmund Goodenow & wife Ann|
There are two memorial opened up for them. Yours and Memorial 29452543, that was opened in 2008.
According to my research and cemetery transcriptions Edmund and Ann Goodenow are buried
1st Sudbury Cemetery, on Rte 27 – Wayland Mass – just over the town line. Also known as: North Wayland Cemetery, Old North Cemetery
Which Memorial 29452543 shows.
Because Ancestry.com now is part of Find A Grave it is too confusing when two memorials pop up for the same person and only one is correct.
Added by Chris G. on Dec 13, 2013 5:09 PM
|PupDawg||William Stone Mount Auburn Cemetery|
I went to get your photo request today. The stone in the plot for William has the following people -
William A Stone - died 1865 at 51 years old
Cornelius died 1812
Ellen Louisa died 1817
Harriet Eliza died 1816
Ellen Louisa died 1814
- children of Cornelius and Melinda Stone
Cornelius Stone died 1823 - 41 years
Melinda Stone died 1865 77 years.
Your William is listed as being buried in this plot -
WILLIAM A. STONE
Location: MOUNTAIN AVENUE, Lot 8
Helen is not listed as being buried there.
So, I have a photo of the overall plot which I can add to the memorial of William, but there is no marker bearing his name. The plot is numbered and matches that in the database so I am confident this is the right plot. Please let me know if you want me to add the photo. Thanks.
Added by PupDawg on Oct 13, 2013 5:40 PM
|Larry E. Barnes||Wheeler|
Are you aware of anyone researching a John Wheeler who married a Perkins? Don't yet know where they were born, but they travel from Canada to Georgia in early 1800's. John's son, William Wheeler (1827-1866), and wife Jane Cole were in Lincoln Co., Tn. in 1850. They moved with others to Grayson Co., Tx. (northern Tx.) in the 1850's.
|LBS||Uriah Coy #80153099|
Hi there, I was stunned (in a nice way) to see your recently added portrait picture of Uriah and his wife. May I ask your source and if there were any markings or dates on the back of the photo? I would like to add this photo to my personal family tree software. Thank you for the nice addition to his memorial.
Added by LBS on Sep 12, 2013 1:36 PM
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