|Pam (Milliken) Redmond (#47401500)|
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Findagrave is a wonderful website that I appreciate very much. I am grateful for all of the many, generous contributors, it's also a fun hobby! I am interested in preserving our past and I believe cemeteries and funeral homes are definitely starting places.|
I'm on the Advisory Board for Osage Gardens Cemetery, a Member of Hillside Cemetery Association Committee and Member of the Skiatook Museum Committee, it's interesting looking thru old newspapers and reading old obits while at the museum.
I reside in Oklahoma, LOVE to scuba dive and ENJOY walking cemeteries.
If you want to learn to make homemade headstones, for a person or a pet... copy & paste this website
or www.apcrp.org It's run by Neal, he's a great guy! Look for the "EDUCATION" link, then look for "CEMETERY PROJECT & HEADSTONES" link, once you get into the website.
I will be happy to transfer your friends or family to your care, my purpose is not to own them. I welcome input, suggestions, family links, will gladly add information or transfer to you so you may make any changes or corrections, etc. If you find any errors or duplicates PLEASE let me know, we all make mistakes. I feel the more information that's added and a headstone photo, makes for a better memorial. I'd like to thank everyone that has contributed to these memorials, for one person can't do it alone.
My stepmother Linda was a major help getting me started in genealogy, THANKS LINDA!
THANKS, NEAL for your wonderful website www.apcrp.org
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|Ginger||RE: Maggie Britt Bryant|
Charles Bryant was her husband's name
Maggie Britt Bryant was my grandmother and my father's mother.
Added by Ginger on Sep 29, 2015 9:35 AM
Got the picture of her posted.
|EPGreenwood||RE: Hickory Hill Headstone for Harrison Family|
Having trouble with some of these websites-left a msg for you on Facebook.
|Bob Birmingham||RE: Bell & Lilly photos|
Glad to help. I posted photos of all of the headstones in the Lilly Family Cemetery, but apprently there are some unmarked graves.
Thanks for the transfer of Mary Ann Hyatt Mathis Pattison.
|Lisa Coyne Hall||William Gifford 81055900|
Thank you for linking William to his parents. You are so dedicated and I appreciate all the time that you put into your volunteer service doing the legwork for others like me that can't physically search the cemeteries as often as I would like.
|DP||RE: W. O. Campbell|
Added by DP on Apr 07, 2014 8:30 PM
|DP||W. O. Campbell|
I just found this today and believe this is the grave of my GG-Grandmother's second husband, though I'm mystified as to how he ended up buried in Avant (she, as far as I have been able to discover, is buried in the family plot in Cushing).
Do you have any further knowledge of W.O. Campbell and/or are you a descendant or relative of his? "My" W.O. was also born in May, though I have him as born in 1862, though birth years, of course, can vary depending on the record. He was the son of Irvin(g) Campbell.
Any info you have would be greatly appreciated! And thank you for creating the memorial for him!
Added by DP on Apr 07, 2014 5:42 PM
|Reidar Sumstad||Rader Family|
Thank you for doing the updates
|Earleen L. Sebree Hensley||WILLIAM MOYER|
Thank you so much for giving me William Moyer. I am proud to be the caretaker of his memorial. God Bless!
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