Old cemeteries and the stories they hold have always fascinated me. I started posting photos to this site in the hope of helping others find their ancestors and to say thank you to everyone who has helped me along the way with my genealogy searches. I have no objection to transferring memorials of your close relatives to you. Please be sure to tell me the relationship. Please use the edit function to make your requests and please be sure to give me your contributor number. Please keep in mind that I do this as a VOLUNTEER because I enjoy it and hope to help others find their "lost relatives". I do not have to transfer every memorial of your surname to you. I don't have to agree to drive hundreds of miles to retake a photo for you because you want a better photo or higher resolutions. At the time I started posting photos FAG had a fairly small limit on the size of photo that could be added. I don't have to put up with the recent rudeness that seems to have taken over this website. A simple thank you will be more effective than some of the outrageous demands that have started appearing.
Auntie Kays Memorial Thank you so much for posting a picture of my aunts headstone Catherine K Cowan and Tena B Golden were my mothers two sisters,they were killed together in an auto accident on 17/12/1957 sadly my mother didn't live to see her sisters headstones.I have been trying to find as much about their time in Montana as possible,so I am so grateful to find their memorials.Auntie Tena's Husband was Homer Golden I am not sure if he is buried in the same cemetery. Once again thank you so much Bee Hutchison
Clyde Bair Thank you so much for the very quick edits to add his parents. I spent much time tracking down this son from PA who went west to ND and Montana so he could be linked back to all of his family.
RE: Morley I really want to thank you so much for doing the transfers. I have been disabled for years and at home so have lots of time on my hands therefore I have taken over the family tree for both sides of the family. I sincerely appreciate all of your work and the fact that you allowed me to bend the F.A.G. rules a bit. I know there are guildlines but I am appreciative that you felt that they could be bent a bit. I love what I am learning to do and promise to take care of the files. Learning more every day. Thanks again.
RE: Matthew Lytle Mathew Lytle Fitzpatrick #160027991 was adopted by a whiteman named Lytle. Lived at Augusta, MT with Lytle until he was 14 years of age. He than came to reservation (1907-1908 Blackfeet Heritage Book). His parents were Martin Fitzpatrick and Susan Heavy Runner. He married Catherine "Katie" Wren Lytle Fitzpatrick, #160027835. Their children were: Mathew Lytle,#137438307; James Lytle Fitzpatrick, Rose Lytle Kells, Hazel Lytle Fitzpatrick Peters, #137477413;
Elizabeth/Lizzie Sanborn Kint Ward Lizzie Kint was my great grandmother and her name was never Elizabeth...just Lizzie. My Grandmother was one of a set of twins...Bula and Lula...Lizzie also had a daughter, Glynn and Catherine. Also, in between Kint and Ward, she was married to a man named Joseph Steinke. three daughters (I believe) with Mr. Steinke...one of them named Blanche. Another daughter MAY be Edie...
RE: Sarah Jane Brink Hi, I'm related to the Carpenter line by Alva Clark Smith(my ggf)who's mother was Phoebe(Carpenter)Smith. You also took the picture for my other ggf, Lee Roy Davis who was the father of my grandmother, Oma June(Davis)Smith married to Alva's son Raymond George"Ray"Smith. Been researching for years and now trying to find final resting places and join family members together. Find A Grave is a great site for this. Nice talking to you, Dan Smith.