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I have walked many cemeteries in my area, large and small, and have taken thousands of photos that I am diligently working to get added to the site. It is a work in progress and one day I just might get them all posted! :)|
I will be happy to add additional information or make corrections to memorials I maintain. Please use the Edit tab on the memorial to send your info to me and I will update. I transfer all memorials within the four-generation rule. I do not link to "burial unknown" listings.
My added vs. managed memorials difference is quite large because I manage many memorials transferred to me from a now inactive member. I work on these daily to update with info and add photos.
Please do not copy my photos to other websites (including Ancestry) without my permission.
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|Gerald Smith||Norman Erasmus Jewett|
Thank you for your addition. Norman was my GG Grandfather. His obit also states he was run over by a street car while visiting Chicago. Are you related?
thanks BjJ for making such fast edits and links, adding info etc. much appreciated by many I am sure since unfortunately not everyone makes them at all. thank you!
|genieresearcher||Catherine Marshall VanFossen Bennett|
Yes, I have already contacted the contributor that she is not buried there with first husband.
|Don Looser||Thank you|
I appreciate your help in making the case for 1865 as the actual birth year. Thanks for the photo.
|Connie Clark||RE: Thank you|
I only have today's backlog. We were in Winchester which is kind of far away, but last time I missed someone's great Grandmom and wanted to go back and find her (we did!!) on way home saw the Auburn request and that's "our" cemetery so we pulled in, luckily on the correct road! I know for sure there are a lot more then 2900 graves there, just no time to check. Connie
|Connie Clark||RE: Thank you|
You are very welcome, it was our pleasure. We got lucky, pulled in the older section, and there he was! Good day. Best Wishes, Connie and Wayne
|JQ||Permission to use photos|
May I have your permission to add a headstone photo of a relative you took to my FTM/ancestory.com tree. It's from memorial# 27769215.
Thanks for your time and passion.
Added by JQ on Aug 17, 2014 3:29 AM
Actually, I am a 1st cousin of his mother Magdalena/Mary Rhodes. Her grandfather is my 4th great-grandfather...
|Gordon Golchert||Wrong maiden name|
Nettie C. Boehmer's maiden name was Horch not Hart, she is buried in Oak Ridge cemetery, Springfield, IL.
|Gordon Golchert||Horch not Hart|
Boehmer-Horch Married, Wednesday, Nov. 4, at the bride's home, 1537 Matheny avenue, in this city, Miss Nettie C. Horch and Dr. Albert O. Boehmer of Chicago, the Rev. M. F. Troxell, D. D,. pastor of Grace Lutheran church officiating.
The wedding ceremony took place at 8 o'clock under a canopy of smilax and flowers. The wedding party were attended by Mr. George W. Horch of Athens, brother of the bride, and Miss Martha Hoffman of Jacksonville. The ring service was used in the impressive ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moritz Horch of this city. Her costume was of white brocaded silk, trimmed with white beaded passementerie. She wore a bridal veil and roses. The groom is a dentist of Chicago and formerly resided in this city. The house was filled with guests, and the company were seated to an elegant wedding banquet after the ceremony. After a short honeymoon, the couple will reside in Chicago.
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