|Lloyd Donahoo (#47132707)|
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When I discovered this website, I was determined to try to be a part in bringing faces, stories and history to the people who have passed before us. My father and grandfather both kept diary books and left me with the sense that their ancesters needed to be remembered. I have done Genealogy research for many years on several names within my family. I have been entering cemetery information about others outside my family also. I find that this website is a valuable source when tracing ancestry so memorials of loved ones long past is important to me. I have found contributors to be very helpful and cooperative as I will try to be to others asking for information, transfers or even photographs if possible. Please use the edit tab to notify me of any changes or additions to a specific memorial. By the way, the picture to the left is of me (taken a while back.)|
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Thank you so very much!
Added by Aimee on Nov 06, 2016 12:04 PM
Do you consider transfers? I'm a month into Findagrave and have been doing a lot of ancestry, editing info and making connections along the way. Since finding out I can request my family members, I would love to take care of them.
I may find that other Lemons here are related to me and get back to you. I feel something for these two brothers that had to live in an institution and then died so young.
Thank you for adding them so I was able to find them.
Added by Aimee on Nov 06, 2016 10:26 AM
|Bryan Anderson||RE: James Sedlacek|
|Bryan Anderson||James Sedlacek|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to documentation and partially confirmed by his gravestone, he was in the same unit as my grandfather.
I'm not sure where I'm going with my research, but I want to eventually publish something. It may be a book, an article, or something else. Should I publish something, may I have permission to use your photograph of James Sedlacek's gravestone? I'm not even sure I use the photograph, but I want to be prepared.
With warm regards,
Find A Grave Memorial# 55652176
|OliviaD||Isaac Green, Memorial# 80034297|
Hi.. I am wondering who the parents of this Isaac Green are. Do you by any chance have his death certificate to check? or access to the cemetery's records to check? Thanks
Added by OliviaD on Oct 27, 2016 1:18 PM
|G Elder||Wyuka Cemetery|
I wanted to check with you on this before I changed anything... I have a photo for a stone for 'Annie Millar Landis' 1866-1913. I believe this may really be Find A Grave Memorial# 113205013 for Hannah Landis. Annie is next to Frank and the only stone I see with 1913. I have found no Hannah, but I wanted to check with you before I assumed Hannah was Annie. Do you have any guidance for me? I do not see an 'Annie' listed under Millar or Landis.
Thanks for any help,
Added by G Elder on Oct 16, 2016 11:30 AM
|G Elder||RE: Wyuka cemetery|
I believe that most of your entries were earlier but I chose the entry in each case with more information/spelling etc that matched the headstone. There were quite a few. I found these searching for 'missing'photos today, only to find that duplicates were the real issue. Thanks for the note. I appreciate it!
Added by G Elder on Oct 11, 2016 8:47 PM
|M (Dillon) Goddard||Helen Hoenshell|
Is there someway that you and Jim can merge the two memorials for Helen.
|Bryan Anderson||James Sedlacek|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to the National Directory of the 355th Infantry, published long ago, James Sedlacek was also a member of this unit.
I'm not sure where I'm heading with my project, but I have ambitions of publishing something someday. Is it permissible to use your photograph of the grave of James Sedlacek in any future publications?
|Bryan Anderson||Robert L Jordan|
I am researching my paternal grandfather's WWI army unit, Company B, 355th Infantry, 89th Division. According to the National Directory of the 355th Infantry, Robert L Jordan is a member of this unit, which is confirmed by his gravestone.
I'm not sure where my research is taking me at this point, but I want to think I will one day publish something. My I get your permission to use your photograph should I do so? This is for Find A Grave Memorial# 44285686.
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