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Jim Hunt (#47008269)
 member for 8 years, 6 months, 19 days
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Bio Photo My family and I enjoy researching our family history. We've found to be very helpful. If you have something to add to any of my postings, please contact me. I have, and encourage, a liberal transfer policy. If you are related and I'm not, a transfer is in order. Feel free to use any of my photos.

Principle areas of research are Blinston(e), Hope, Connolly, Kasich, Hardin, Cornwall, Messinger, McCaleb/McKillop, Edwards, Wooton/Wooten, Willard. has become a mainstay of my family history research. Thanks to all my fellow findagraver's out there for the fabulous work you do. We all benefit from each other's work.

If you want changes made to a memorial I manage or are requesting a transfer, please use the edit tab on the individual's page in the upper right corner.
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Peter Cox
RE: Great Budworth
It's pleasure to be of help. I still have about 80 more of my photos to review.
All the best
Added by Peter Cox on Nov 21, 2016 12:30 AM
Henry Leigh died 1886 buried St Marys Lymm
Hi Jim, just to let you know there was an error with Henrys parents, sadly they are not Thomas Leigh and Elizabeth Buckley. His parents are actually a Thomas Leigh & Ellen, still trying to establish more on them so it can be added when found. Thanks
Added by SPL85 on Nov 06, 2016 7:32 AM
Corbin Nazarenus
Hi I have an obituary for an ancestor buried at Fircrest Cemetery how can I add that to his site? Thank you Corbin
Added by Corbin Nazarenus on Oct 21, 2016 9:35 AM
Pics in Albuquerque
Again, great pics and thank you for the SACS with dates and links. Not every photographer bothers to send these and I for one, appreciate it.

; )
Added by Athanatos on Oct 14, 2016 12:11 PM
Sandy Morrey
Thomas Morrey
Thank you for this and several other transfers. I will keep them well. Sandy Morrey
Added by Sandy Morrey on Oct 11, 2016 6:13 PM
Billy M. Brown
LCpl David Lewis Harty
Thank you, when I first put up the memorial, I was working off of information from another researcher who was canvasing burial info on Vietnam Vets. He had gone to the LBJ Library in Austin, Texas and copied the REQUEST FOR HEADSTONES Forms from the VA on all casualties which occurred in LBJ'S term in Office. We were attempting to get each one logged at Find A Grave. I did around 1200 or so. I only had the cemetery name and did not realize that there were many such named cemeteries in large cities owned by the same companies and marketed by a the main name and a street name or as such. That is why I got him in the wrong cemetery. Another reseacher contacted me and told me that he had found the correct cemetery.
Added by Billy M. Brown on Oct 05, 2016 7:30 PM
Bear Hugs
RE: Santa Fe National
PS - I don't have any more photos to add. Yvonne
Added by Bear Hugs on Oct 04, 2016 2:06 PM
Bear Hugs
RE: Santa Fe National
Hi Jim, I photographed all of the flat markers in one section - it was likely section #6.

Thank you for working on this project.
Added by Bear Hugs on Oct 04, 2016 1:48 PM
D. Burton-Porter
Charles & Minnie Porter
Thank you so very much for your time, energy and kindness in posting a headstone for my husband's grandparents. It's truly appreciated by our family.
Added by D. Burton-Porter on Oct 01, 2016 11:43 AM
Jason L
Julia Akanaʻs grave
Thank you so much for the photo of Julia Kahāʻopulani Spencer Akanaʻs grave. She was my maternal grandfatherʻs sister, and she helped raise him when he was a teenager on Kauaʻi when his mother on Oʻahu became ill. She spoke fluent Hawaiian, was a kind, generous woman and a pillar of the Episcopal church on Kauaʻi; her son in law, Lani Hanchett, was the first Episcopal bishop of Native Hawaiian blood. Her husband, John Akana, was a renowned fisherman in Kalihiwai and Hanalei areas on Kauaʻi, and some of their grandchildren are still fishermen there. I live in Sacramento, CA now, and have not been able to visit my Auntyʻs grave in over 30 yrs. It was so special to be able to see your photo. Mahalo piha me ke aloha waimaka no kou ʻoluʻolu - Thank you so much with tears of aloha for your kindness. Jason Keliʻinohokula Lindo
Added by Jason L on Sep 30, 2016 11:32 PM
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