|Scot Dailey (#47812420)|
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Hi there, |
First, if I have added a photo to a memorial you are viewing be sure to click on the photo to see if I have added a caption to it. Second, a little about me. I started to dabble in my family tree around 2002. Really began working on it in 2006. Discovered FAG in May of 2012. I have no problem with anyone using my photos in their own trees, on Ancestry.com, etc. I'm not doing this for money, just love searching cemeteries and hope I'm helping others with their research. I would prefer, however, if you would give me credit for the photos you use. I have lived in South Kalamazoo County my entire life. I still work full time and then some, been a Village Trustee/President Pro Tem since 2002, Past Vice President and President of the Bonsai Society of Kalamazoo. If I can be of help to anyone just let me know.
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And the grave transfers!!!
|Beth Heiney||The Photos!!|
Scot, thanks so much for the quick response on photos!! So much fun to be able to see them. I really appreciate all you did, thank you!
|Everett Mefford||David Leon Snow|
Thank you so very much for the photo of a cousin
|Cherie_in_OC||RE: Poeth's Mendon Twp. Cemt. in Mich.|
Scot, thank you for the addition. Her uncle was a great-granduncle of mine so we aren't directly connected. She died tragically (suicide) at 23. I will send you the information on dates in an edit and may try to find the obituary. Yes, she was the daughter of Joseph and Catherine. They had a total of 6 children. I have so many connections/additions to do for that area. My Huff family settled there from New Jersey by way of Pennsylvania.
|Tracey Rizea||Elmer Nutter|
Thank you so very much for the photo of Elmer Nutter's gravestone. If you are from that area, are you able to locate obituaries as well?
Thank you for volunteering.
I am a McClish family historian and just published a book on the George C. McClish family and his descendants. They are a "branch" of my family and since I was in Michigan, I took the liberty of going to the cemeteries and taking pictures of several of the tombstone. I am happy to share any info with ones who are interested in this history.. In return, I would like for you to share with me, especially if you see mistakes or errors in my info. thank you
|EEBJ||Relationship to Laura Woodin Ketchum|
I am not a descendant of the Woodins. Laura was the sister of Marilla/Elvira Woodin, who married my 2nd great grand uncle, David W. Hall, brother to my 2nd great grandfather Benjamin J. Hall. Since "Hall" is such a common surname, I take every opportunity to add siblings, marriages, etc, that may help me to put the correct families together. When I find families in a census, it doesn't feel right to me to exclude their children; hence, my tree includes many extended family members.
Find-a-grave has helped me to locate many of my relatives, so if I can help others by adding dates or relationships, I try to do so. I really enjoy connecting family members together.
Thanks for your find-a-grave contributions.
Added by EEBJ on Aug 31, 2014 10:15 AM
|Joanne Slayden Hughey||LaCrone family|
Scot, My gg grandfather was Israel LaCrone. I visited Kalamazoo a few days ago and found some Dailey's. Are you related to Israel and Wm LaCrone. Joanne Slayden Hughey firstname.lastname@example.org
|Butterfly~Kisses||Martha J. (Sweet) Bills|
Thank You for the updates on Martha Bills, your help is much appreciated.
The Best to You and Yours, Butterfly~Kisses
I think it looks fine. If you enlarge it, it is readable and I don't think that is your fault at all. It appears to be that the years have taken its toll on the headstone. I am okay with the picture the way it is but do what you feel is best.
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