I have been semi-active in researching genealogy for 35 years. As difficult as the search is I wish I would have found a site like "Find A Grave" a long time ago. If I have included a photo of the grave I have visited it myself. If it is just a listing I am using records from my genealogical files to include graves that have not been reported. This includes graves that may no longer be (as they have been moved), but do contain some information for the family researcher. Please feel free to let me know of any edits or additional information that needs to be added. Wish I had more time and resources to help.
99754533 Alexander O'Beirne Hello, Could you please add his parents to his findagrave memorial? I have just added them today so that they have numbers. Unfortunately, they were both buried in Calvary (now defunct) cemetery in St. Joseph, so the hunt continues!
161502261 Michael O'Beirne 161501472 Matilda O'Beirne
I have created a memorial for her husband, Galusha (he remarried and died in MA.) Selina had just had son John when she died. He died on 3/8/1860, two days before her. There was no memorial added for him, I'm not sure if he's buried in the same cemetery with his mother. I checked under infant as well. Sad, she had two sons (both you've added and I just added the link) previously, both of whom died as young babies. Not uncommon in those days. Anyhow, didn't know if you just wanted to add John's information to her bio, perhaps you can find out if he was buried there for sure.
Thanks for helping me link Galusha to his wife and children.
Request Permission to add Memorial Stone Photo, to my family tree. . Greetings, Tami. I sincerely thank you, for taking a photograph of the memorial stone of my very great uncle, Private Daniel W. Porter, who died at age 19, as a young soldier in the Civil War. Question: Could I please have your permission to add this photo to my family tree? ( I will, of course, list you as the *source* of the photograph ). I sincerely appreciate all that you do for others, from afar. But, most of all, I am grateful for your kind heart, and generous spirit.
Permission to copy gravestone I would like your permission to copy the tombstone for Absolom Morrris from the Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery, St. Louis, Mo. A very distant relative. Will give credit to you. Phyllis Nelson
Francis Johonnot Oliver Tami, thank you for transferring the memorial of our 4th great-grandfather, Francis Johonnot Oliver, who is believed to be buried near his infant children, 1st wife and parents at King's ChapelChurchyard in Boston to my care.
Your incredible work here at Find-a-Grave is invaluable to individuals like me doing family research. ~ with appreciation, George Gaston