|J. Bean (#46793536)|
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I have been working on my family genealogy since approx. 2001, and I became a "junkie" very quickly. I live in the Seattle area where my family has lived for over 6 generations, coming primarily from Ohio and Florida. |
I have been working with my Aunt Sharon ("sharon") since 2005, adding our shared genealogy to findagrave from my husbands side of the family, adding all the information under her membership (#46795073). We have connected with so many generous volunteers all over the United States who have located and photographed family headstones for us. We both try to return the favor when ever we are asked to, and are so grateful to findagrave for this service, which has added so much to our research. We never would have been able to accomplish so much without findagrave, and the generous volunteers that are members.
I am researching: Smith, Ristine, Kipp, Ingersoll, Cunningham, Bishop, Bean, Moose, Kivett, Platt and Golnick, as well as many other branches of these names. I have been blessed to have connected to many members of my family, who have been working on genealogy much longer than I have, and have been so generous to share their hard work with me, which has given me a great base to build upon.
Most of my entries are relatives. If you are too, I would love to hear from you and compare notes. Please include "findagrave" in subject line with any correspondence.
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|Stuart Nichols||Moody L Snyder|
Moody was my maternal grandfather and his correct surname is Snider going back as far as 1745 with my 5th GGF Rudolph Snider. His daughter by Iola Watkins was my mother and was born Foy Ann Snider and Moody's son by Gussie Fay Ross was my uncle Moody Lafoy Snider, Jr.
I know you can't answer the question, but what would I not give to know for sure how his name while correctly spelled on his death certificate was misspelled on his grave marker...
|Sue Ann Harfst||RE: Dry Creek Cemetery|
You are very welcome. The graves were looking particularly nice for Memorial Day.
|Mike Huffstetler||RE: Forest Lawn West|
You are always welcome. No need to apologize. Some times it takes a while to get to your request. So I think it is just a part of find a grave.
|Michael Trogdon||Willis Bascom Craven|
Mr Craven's wife, Elaine is still living. The other side has her name and birth date inscribed.
|SRGF||Lewis Harland Lieurance|
Thank you for the edit and article.
Added by SRGF on May 24, 2016 11:45 AM
|Ace||Lowell Lieurance at Monmouth Cemetery|
Hi! Photos have been posted to his memorial.
1. Harold F. Lieurance, 1-23-1912 - 7-6-1912
2. Ella E. Lieurance, 1884 - 1955
3. Melvin E. Lieurance, 1884 - 1967
I was also at Roseville Cemetery, in Roseville, Illinois yesterday, and I came across some other Lieurance names.
4. DeLoss Lieurance, 1886 - 1952
5. Elizabeth C. Lieurance, 1860 - 1937
6. Inda J. Lieurance, died 9-11-1893
Daughter of C. B. & S. E. Lieurance
Aged: 22 years, 9 months, 1 day
7. S. E. Lieurance, 1-15-1834 - 4-28-1888
8. Mary E. Lieruance, 4-18-1838 - __________
If you add photo requests for any or all of these, I will post photos to their memorials. Please let me know if you add the photo requests.
Added by Ace on May 22, 2016 10:01 AM
|Frank Everett||Carl Eugene Faught|
Carl Eugene Faught is in Dry Creek Cemetery
|Gracie's Grammy||RE: Jefferson Barracks National|
You are quite welcome. It is always my pleasure to Visit Jefferson Barracks.
|OldFriends||RE: Cedar Falls UMC|
You are welcome.
|brumblemom||Willia Faye (Paschal) Radzwilka|
I appreciate all the info you sent to add to her memorial....I did however, leave out the names of living relatives due to Find A Grave suggestions. Thank you again and thank you for all you do to save history.
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