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We are doing a holy service by remembering the dead, and preserving history.
I think we all have a piece of the puzzle and if everyone contributes, questions will be answered.
please note - FINDAGRAVE as the name implies is a grave registration site and NOT a genealogy site. Although it can be very useful for genealogy.
This a wonderful site for remembering people. Peoples lives are fascinating and they deserve to be remembered and documented.
Please remember we are not just entering names or stones, but real people. Please ask yourself if your memorial is search-able. All memorials should have last names. Women who never marry, and children don't have maiden names. There is no maiden name unless the name changes. Also please do not use ().
Please do NOT create duplicates.
If you notice any mistakes, please let me know, and I will be happy to fix them. Nobody is perfect, we are all fallible human beings mostly doing the best we can at the moment.
We are merely stewards of 'our' memorials - we manage them and are entrusted with their care and maintenance, but we do not technically 'own' them.
Please read the FAQs (frequently asked questions). Thanks, and please try to resolved unknown burials ASAP.
Please free to use any of my photos with appropriate citations. Will also add updates, -the more info, the better. I don't have a policy about transfers - ask and we can work it out.
"A cemetery is a history of people - a perpetual record of yesterday and sanctuary of peace and quiet today. A cemetery exists because every life is worth loving and remembering - always." (author unknown)
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|karen jennings||no name @ branch bridge|
thank you donna, don't know how the program let me leave the name empty. it has been edited correctly now. thanks again
strength in family in ma
|Roger D. Davis||Re;Find A Grave Memorial# 110080057 Betsy Rocker|
Thanks for the last name. I have made the correction. I couldn't make it out on the stone.
|Patricia||RE: Mary Moore FAG#42445847|
I have called and been there several times. The records are not helpful and I have not gotten a response to my last several letters to them. Sending you an email with more details. I appreciate any information you can give me on this grave. Thank you for your help. Pat
Added by Patricia on May 21, 2013 5:58 PM
|Andre La Plume||RE: Wm J Martin|
Thanks. What took so long? lol
|Andre La Plume||Wm J Martin|
What great work you're doing! At Plainlawn Cemetery in Hicksville, NY, DOB is 1823. Stumbled on it while shooting photo requests.
|Patricia||Mary Moore FAG#42445847|
Hi Donna, you created a record with a gravestone photo for Mary Moore buried in Wiltwyck Cemetery with her husband William. I believe that she is Mary Hughes who married William Moore and that she is my grandmother's sister.
Do you have a record of the section of the cemetery that the photo was taken in? My entire Hughes clan is buried there and the only grave I have been able to locate is my grandmother Jennie Hughes Slavin. My father took me to another site in the cemetery when I was young in the late 1950's but despite searching the cemetery I have not been able to find it. I am in FL so I only get to Kingston once every two years or so.
I appreciate any help you can give me. Thank you. Pat Sperano
Added by Patricia on May 21, 2013 3:03 PM
Both of the Hodtric entries were system glitch dupes created when I was creating a memorial for Hodtric Robinson. I caught the glitching for other entries when I was entering the transcripts, but not that one.
|A M P||Montrepose Cemetery|
I linked together Eva Carter with her parents....Thank you for your help and photo
Added by A M P on May 21, 2013 6:24 AM
|Matthew Hall||RE: Ora Hall.|
Thanks for the reply. I am new to this website but I have found it very interesting. My father is Leon H. Hall and he was born in Lowville and grew up on his parents , my grandparent's, farm on the West Road near the base of Tug Hill. Ora Hall is my great grandmother.
I am not sure what it takes to take possession of a record as you suggest. I live in SC so does it matter if I reside close to the cemetery or not? I have been working on and off on our family genealogy for 5 or 6 years but I am really working on documenting the information in a formal layout.
If I am able to take "care" of the record this far away I would be glad to.
Any advise is appreciated.
|Bobby Welch||Louiza Jane Greer|
Greer is her maiden name.... Aunt Louiza chose not to have her married name on her stone. She was married 3 times.....
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