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|I have been doing my genealogy since Summer 2012 and have already amassed a large collection of information, thanks to the internet, particularly FindAGrave and Ancestry.|
My particular interest here at FindAGrave is fulfilling photo requests for Loudon Park Cemetery, especially the hard ones without plot information. I am also working on uploading photos for all "famous" memorials at Loudon Park that need them. My website (link below) is a site I created to consolidate various sources of information on Loudon Park.
Please note my new e-mail address (which I am not publishing on my contributor page in order to avoid spam for a while): joecandeux at that behemoth e-mail provider owned by Google.
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|Sharon Hulton||RE: Frances M. and Emma L. Young|
Hi Joe, you really are a treasure! Loudon Park told me they weren't there, but I have an old plot listing showing OWNER George Patterson, Sr. Buried there are daughter (and husband) Minnie Mae nee Patterson (born 1865-1890) and Charles Heck. Son Jacob Patterson (my gggrandfather) 1825-1865- died Civil War- and wife Anna Marie nee Troxell Patterson 1833-1900, son Charles Carroll Patterson (1851-1914- never married). The others are just a guess- George's wife was Elzabeth nee Lisbon *1793-1854). George's children were Sarah nee patterson Wilson, George Jr., Mary Alice, and Emma V. Jacob also had Wm W. Patterson,and Frank Patterson, The rest of the children are buried over at Westminister.
I'm trying to find Jacob Patterson's Civil War unit. I know from my Grandnother that the family received a pension, and I'd love to get the pension papers.Please visit my Clements Family tree on Ancestry to see pictures of these people. (under SharonClements25). Thank you so much for this wonderful service you are doing. I am SO grateful. Sharon
|Sharon Hulton||Frances M. and Emma L. Young|
I cannot thank you enough for the wonderful pictures of my great-grandparents. I was also so happy to see the area they were in at Loudon Park, MD. The pictures mean so much to me, and will to my mother when I send them to her in PA. She will be thrilled too. My hobby is genealogy, and I am thrilled whenever I can add tombstone photos to the family tree. Although I don't live far from Baltimore, I am handicapped and can't even travel that far.
Thank you so much- you have really made my day!
Bless you, Sharon Hulton
|elizabeth power||Ellen Matilda Charmbury|
Many thanks for the photos. As I live in Australia
it was a bit difficult to visit the cemetery so your effort was very much appreciated.
|Lynda K. Knight||Mulford|
Thank you again for going out and getting photos of the Mulford's burial location for me. You effort is much appreciated.
You're welcome! I'm glad I was able to connect you with your loved ones!
Added by Claire on Mar 04, 2014 1:52 PM
Yes, I did notice Lucy's grave but for some reason Lucy's photo request was not listed on findagrave.com at the time when I took the photo. The next time I'm there I'll make sure to get a photo of her.
Added by Magpie on Mar 04, 2014 11:56 AM
|Bob Rowe||RE: Peterson|
I have already added them to my list. I am just waiting for these mounds of snow to melt away so I can get back to taking photos at Acacia.
Added by Bob Rowe on Mar 03, 2014 12:06 PM
Your welcome! Thanks for the additions. Site's been buggy for a few days, I just grin and bear it.
Added by Jaci on Feb 26, 2014 6:34 AM
|Marianne Bradley||RE: Sarah Lois Canner Loucks|
They are all yours! Enjoy, and welcome to FindAGrave! I love it!
|Marianne Bradley||Sarah Lois Canner Loucks|
If you would like me to transfer this memorial to you, I will be happy to do so, since she is your relative. I just canvas that cemetery and our genealogy society is photographing them and putting them on FindAGrave.
Let me know.
Marianne Bradley Find A Grave#46933504
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