|K Haymond (#46847827)|
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My grandmother was the first person to interest me in genealogy with all her old family photos and scrapbooks full of newspaper articles. I remember picking the peonies from her garden and then visiting the cemeteries to place them on gravestones.|
This fern peony was grown and nurtured in Rosalie Haymond's garden. After her passing, the peony now has a place of honor in our garden. This peony is now placed on graves out of respect and in remembrance of our ancestors.
There is a special place in my heart for all the infants and children that are the only member/s of their family to be buried at a particular cemetery. Find a Grave is a wonderful way to reconnect these children with their parents and families.
As a way to give back and help other searching families, we walk small cemeteries and then add the names that aren't already on Find a Grave. I photograph all the stones and add the photos to the memorials that are missing photos.
If you are related, we would very much like to hear from you. If we have a memorial for one of your loved ones, please contact us by clicking the edit tab on the upper right hand corner of the memorial and then clicking the suggest a correction link to ask for a transfer. Let us know your connection.
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|Mark Michaels||B.ELLEN SHARP GROVER|
Might be much less exciting to you... but I finally found B.Ellen Sharp Grover's grave! (Daughter of Charles T. and Lizzie Fisher Sharp).
Buried with husband Phillip, and sister M.Margarette Sharp, in Forest View Cemetery in Manitowoc, WI.
When I found Margarette, I couldn't figure why she was up there, with no other Sharps..., and not 100% sure it was the right Sharp. But didn't search Forest View for Grovers.
See Find A Grave Memorial# 141492430
And ... http://www.2manitowoc.com/89Cg.html
and ... http://www.2manitowoc.com/01d/89Cgroverphilipbellen.jpg
|Lorna Dunham DiRe||Dottie Alexander Simmons|
I have sent a slew of links your way for Dottie and I just wanted to say thank you for being so patient.
|SHERYL MASON REYNOLDS||RE: Harriet C Haymond|
thanks so much
|SHERYL MASON REYNOLDS||Harriet C Haymond|
Hi I am searching for an Aaron Mason who had a child in Indiana It tells in the census that he was from New York. I see by your Aaron Mason connection to Harriet C Haymond yours is from Penn. Do you have further information on this couple? The childs name was Albert born in 1843 with her death in 1843 this is a curious flag for me. He lived with an Aunt Amelia Gowdy and went to school and then I loose him till he gets older. Can you shed any light maybe on this I been looking for ever...
|Leo J. Offerman||RE: Oakwood Cemetery|
You're welcome, glad to help!!!!
|Toots||RE: Mary Estaline Haymond Shock 119220517|
Yes. Thanks for catching it. They are buried on the hill above my house where mose of my family is.
Added by Toots on Nov 29, 2014 7:31 AM
|Toots||Mary Estaline Haymond Shock 119220517|
Found another one. The Shock she married was a Stout descendant which family I am working on now. So here we are Haymond, Stout, Berry.
Good to share again,
Added by Toots on Nov 28, 2014 3:34 PM
|J. James Sandy||RE: Conrad Cemetery|
You wrote that Ann's parents were Wilson Haymond & Nancy Penton Byrns....I couldn't find the right ones to link her to her parents; maybe you can.
|Sheri Nye||RE: #114387910|
Rachel was never married, her last name is Kinkade.
I know a lot about the Kinkade family, Rachel was the sister of my 3rd great grandmother, I have a copy of her death certificate.
|Daggz||RE: Oakwood Cemetery|
You are very welcome! It was my pleasure to help you.
Added by Daggz on Nov 17, 2014 9:40 AM
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