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inmand15 (#47113419)
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Bio Photo My maiden name is Thelma Diane Russell. I was born in Beaver County, PA. (I go by 'Diane'.) I have been working on family genealogical records since the mid 1980's. Most of my immediate family is buried in Beaver Falls (PA) Cemetary. My husband, Charles David Inman (Chuck), is from New Galilee. Many of his families are buried in Reformed Cemetery there. We now live in Albemarle County, VA where I work with the local Central Virginia Genealogical Society and with the Jack Jouett Chapter of DAR documenting local cemeteries.

I believe that we need to share the information we find and the pictures we take with other families. Otherwise, why do this? Please feel free to copy any information or pictures from my sites that you care to.
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Marge & Bob
Thank you ever so much for transferring all of the McCarter's to me
You have been doing such a good job with the find a grave
Thank you
Added by Marge & Bob on Oct 24, 2014 8:17 PM
Jan Summers
Bettie M Shepherd
Thank you for updating her memorial. Best regards, Jan
Added by Jan Summers on Oct 14, 2014 11:05 PM
Farrar and related families
We are Grateful X 1000.
Added by Farrar and related famili... on Oct 06, 2014 7:03 PM
Cathi Moore
RE: Leonard Duncan
Yes it does! I love being able to find a headstone! So many times, they are unmarked.
Added by Cathi Moore on Sep 22, 2014 3:01 PM
Parrish Todd
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John Foushee Curtis is my 2nd great grand uncle. Would you be so kind to transfer his memorial to me?

Thank you!
Parrish Todd
Added by Parrish Todd on Sep 06, 2014 12:18 PM
Rebecca Ellis
RE: Robert Villard
You're very welcome. I'm glad I could help.
Added by Rebecca Ellis on Sep 02, 2014 10:42 AM
Cindy Grant
RE: Thomas Kelty
You are welcome!
Added by Cindy Grant on Aug 30, 2014 5:48 PM
RE: Andrew Jackson Gilkey
Not related at all. I like to put "flags" on Veteran's graves. My dad, WWI, is in a National Cem. in N. California and my brother, KIA Korea, is in Arlington. Thanks again for letting me know 3 flags were placed yesterday. That was not meant to be. Good luck with your genealogy.(~.~)
Added by Anonymous on Aug 12, 2014 4:02 PM
RE: Andrew Jackson Gilkey
Many thanks for letting me know there were 3 flags. I only put one on there. I've removed all of them now, and will try tomorrow to put ONE on there. This happens occasionally on this site for some reason. Appreciate your thoughtfulness in letting me know.
Added by Anonymous on Aug 11, 2014 8:57 PM
Joanne Morehouse
RE: Resin Farmer
A plop is when someone registers a known burial in a cemetery where the person is not buried. Sadly, it destroys the credibility of the website, which has the sole purpose of registering KNOWN burials. It's getting very frustrating to Gravers like me who want to help people but find themselves being expected to do the research to determine if the burial is a valid record.

In any case, I wasted my time at Dale Cemetery when I could have been helping someone else. I went to another cemetery to fill a different photo request and found Rezin. I noticed in your extra information that Lydia was probably buried in Ohio. Well, Lydia, Rezin and two of their children, one named Gordon and the other that I can't decipher are buried in PINE GROVE CEMETERY in Outagamie County.

Sorry to vent at you but it is becoming very discouraging to several of my graving friends and me because of people who won't take a few minutes to verify their information before registering it as a fact. There are other websites to record genealogies where you can erroneously record information in your own tree.

Added by Joanne Morehouse on Jul 29, 2014 5:27 PM
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