|Brucene Stulen Seal (#46873081)|
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Maiden name Stulen from New Jersey but family is mostly from Pennsylvania & Ohio. Other names in family tree: Foster, Alexander, Stoddard, Hamilton and Baird|
Also interested in Seal, Seals from Hunterdon County New Jersey
NO NEED TO ASK PERMISSION FOR USE OF PICTURES I HAVE POSTED. YOU ARE WELCOME TO USE ANY OF THEM.
I also photograph cemeteries in Monroe County Tennessee, if you would like any of those records transferred over to you please let me know, I have no relatives in Tennessee.
If you find any errors I will be happy to make the corrections or if you want the site transfered to you just let me know I will be happy to do so if they are not one of my family members.
STRANGERS IN THE BOX
Come, look with me inside this drawer,
In this box I've often seen,
At the pictures, black and white,
Faces proud, still, and serene.
I wish I knew the people,
These strangers in the box,
Their names and all their memories,
Are lost among my socks.
I wonder what their lives were like,
How did they spend their days?
What about their special times?
I'll never know their ways.
If only someone had taken time,
To tell, who, what, where, and when,
These faces of my heritage,
Would come to life again.
Could this become the fate,
Of the pictures we take today?
The faces and the memories,
Someday to be passed away?
Take time to save your stories,
Seize the opportunity when it knocks,
Or someday you and yours,
Could be strangers in the box.
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|Dianne C. Carman||RE: Florence Foster|
I posted the images. Florence's actual tombstone is the white one in the monument image. I don't recall if the engravings on L T's marker were legible. But the way I photograph if they were I would have the shot. I don't go to Oak Hill alone. Next time I'm there I'll recheck. My partner in grave hunting crime is an excellent researcher. Records are downtown and I'm less than a half hour away. Maybe we can help fill in some blanks for you.
happy going back to the past
|Dianne C. Carman||RE: Foster|
Yes, it's a footstone I shot at LT Foster momument. I have no info on Florence. Create her memorial and I will add his monument with the small one of hers.
|Dianne C. Carman||Foster|
I didn't catch the request already in for him. Have it filled.
|Dianne C. Carman||Foster|
I have LT's headstone if you like, request it and I'll post it. Also have an image of a footstone Florence. May I repost your poem to my page?
|Cathy (Law) Jenkins||Brewer Memorials|
Thank you so much for creating the memorials for my Brewer ancestors! If you have no objections I would like for you to transfer maintenance to me for the following:
Ann Brewer # 19550937
Frank Brewer #19550930
Lucy F. Brewer #19551864
William McKinley Brewer #19551843
Nicholas Levi Brewer #19576863
Kimmie T. Brewer #19577229
William Brewer #19552133
Phoebe C. Brewer #19552151
Cathy (Law) Jenkins
|Linda (Barnby) Hubbard||Charles Barnby|
Thank you for the edit!
|Rhonda Witwer||RE: Abraham Dilts|
Should I add him back to Grandin Cemetery? I deleted my entry because your memorial took precedence. David, Mary and Albert Dilts are also listed in the wrong cemetery.
There are additional Dilts stones in Grandin that are right next to these 4 that you might also be interested in.
|Rhonda Witwer||Dilts memorials|
I've been photographing local cemeteries over the past couple of months. I know that I've posted gravestones for Seal and Seals, which you may have found recently.
Over the past few days, I have been working on Grandin Cemetery, which is across the street from Bethlehem Presbyterian Church (which I attend and am a member of). The gravestone for Abraham Dilts (memorial #25137609) is incorrectly identified as being in Bethlehem Presbyterian Churchyard, when in fact, it is in Grandin Cemetery (which is across the street).
Can you please move Abraham Dilts grave to be in Grandin Cemetery?
Thank you very much,
|LYoung||RE: Sanuel Baker Hill|
I wish I could give you an answer to your question. Several others have ask me if I know anything about this. I did look into it many years back and I remember I found about 3 Samuel Hills living in Beaver & Allegheny counties around this time.
The only thing that I found in common was that our Samuel's mother's name was Frances and he did have a sister named Phoebe, which made me think our Samuel was the guy, but I was never able to find a marriage or divorce record to connect Samuel with Elizabeth Barr.
If you think Samuel & Elizabeth married, you might look for a divorce record in Beaver Co., Pa. I know it is very hard to get records in Beaver Co., but that is something you might look at.
I know Samuel married Laura Hiestand in July 1887 in Hancock Co., Ohio, so if he was the father he must have left Beaver Co., Pa., shortly after the child was born. I don't understand why he would have left Elizabeth and moved to Ohio??
My sister did at one time have the Hill family Bible, and she did say that there was not mention of Samuel having any children from another marriage.
You might try to email a Diana Samek (Silverhawk7). Not sure of her email address, but you can find her under Ancestry and look for William Hill family tree. Her great grandfather was William Hill - a brother to Samuel. She has done a great deal on the Hill families. She may have come across something which might help.
Sorry, I can't be of much help.
Added by LYoung on Aug 25, 2014 2:25 PM
|LYoung||RE: Samuel Baker Hill|
Samuel Baker Hill was my Great Grandfather. He was my grandmother (Hill) Kaylor's father.
Added by LYoung on Aug 24, 2014 4:54 PM
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