|Diane Gravlee (#47083760)|
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I am always happy to transfer a memorial to a family member closer in relationship than I am. Just let me know which ones, using the edit tab in the upper right and then under "suggest a correction" ask for the transfer of the memorial and include how you are related.|
I have been doing genealogy for 45 years and have published family history books for my parents, my husband's parents, my daughter-in-law's family and my son-in-law's family. I am a retired librarian and have traveled with my husband as we volunteered to help build Habitat for Humanity homes all over the country. We have visited all of the cemeteries of known direct ancestors for all our families; I have loved adding them all to this wonderful website.
My genealogy is downloaded to the World Connect Projects link at Rootsweb.com. I have 7 gedcom databases, accessed by typing in the database name in the "jump to specific database" box or by searching by name and looking for my entry with one of the database names below:
gravleesellers, druinlewis, macyblair, barchliger, lewisadams, rudisilltrigg or fieldmasser.
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|Donnie Daniel||RE: Judge John Martin bro to Rachel|
I deleted the link from Rachel Martin to your John Martin. There seems to be confusion over who is the correct John...but my John's father also was Joseph Martin married to Susannah Childs.
|BCHS||RE: Andrew Joyce grave marker|
I have an idea where that photo was taken so I will go out there and see what I can see.
Added by BCHS on May 14, 2013 9:47 AM
|deegraver||RE: Jabez & Judith Wells Gravely cont'd.|
I have changed my entry to Unknown burial place.
who do you have as his parents?
Joseph Jefferson Gravely (1744 - 1834)
Eleanor Cox Gravely (1756 - 1853)
|Gerry Stanley||RE: Alexander Joyce|
Diane, I've started using Carboff Paper to make a "rubbing" of the stone. It does a very good job of bringing the engraving to life and does absolutely no harm to the stone. For an example go to memorial #76629797 where there is a photo of a rubbing and one of the stone without help. See what you think and let me know. I found this product while vacationing in Michigan. On Grand Island in Lake Superior to be exact. There was a lady there doing a whole old, old cemetery for Find a Grave and she was using the Carboff. It was introduced to her Genealogy Society by a Funeral Home Director. If you're interested I can tell you where I bought mine. Gerry
Thanks for taking this picture for me! I really appreciate your kindness. It's people like you that make Findagrave such a great site.
Added by Peka on Apr 30, 2013 8:12 AM
|at||RE: Jesse Gaddie|
I've not been there yet. We have a new library here now, research section is awesome.
Added by at on Apr 20, 2013 12:44 PM
Would you happen to know if there was a marker ever placed in Brookside for him? I will check at the library to see if there was an entry for the 1977-79 surveys. If not listed there, he probably does not have a marker.
Added by at on Apr 15, 2013 6:37 PM
what a mess! thanks.
|Sue Seeterlin Rice||JW Henson|
Thanks so much for the fine photo. I waited a long time for someone to claim it. Your efforts are truly appreciated.
|Alice||Days in Day Cemetery|
Thanks to you and yours for the lovely headstone photographs you have added to Day memorials.
Alice and Paul
Added by Alice on Mar 02, 2013 12:42 AM
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