|Becky Jamison (#46966769)|
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I've been doing genealogy for 12 years and it's become my passion. It's one of the great blessings in my life. I'm not an expert, but love "the hunt" and love discovering new information on my ancestors. The discovery never ends. I particularly enjoy meeting new cousins and sharing with them. |
Personal data: I'm over 60, working full time as a Parish Administrator in a local church, am a college graduate, married, with 7 children and 16 grandchildren. I teach classes on beginning genealogy research and work weekly as a Consultant in our local Family History Center.
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Cherie Atkinson..., Debra Cochran R..., Delores A. Hamm..., EMarie, Jay Follett, Judy Mayfield, Kate Keller, Linda Jamison, Lisa Jamison, R.C.Just, Sandra Mahar, Shelly Jaynes, Sonnet Tidwell
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|Kelt Smith||Thank You|
I want to thank you for taking the time to photograph the grave of my great great uncle. I owe you; if you have one in the Baltimore area that you need, you got it !!
Best .... Kelt
|Sharyn Moorehead||Enos and Ellen Jamison|
I built a memorial for these two people,are they relatives of yours?? If they are and you wish to have me transfer to you,let me know.
|Diana Brooks McBay/Tennessee||RE: Wolfe Memorials|
Please tell him that this means alot to me. I am too surprised that the stones face west. Don't see that often, again thank you both.
|Diana Brooks McBay/Tennessee||Wolfe Memorials|
Becky, thank you so much for taking the time to find Earl Stanley and Genevieve Wolfe's headstone and take the picture. It is a very good picture and I thank you for doing this for me, a total stranger. I will try and "pay it forward" if ever I am asked to do something by someone needing data or a picture I can help with.
Have a blessed day and enjoy life!
|memories||THOMPSON family question|
I was looking thru findagrave and found THOMPSON's with a virtual flower from you. And I am wondering if you are related to them. I am asking on behalf of my half brother who is researching his father's [Roy Clarence THOMPSON] family; this family was Norwegian and came up from the US to farm in Sask.
Added by memories on Mar 31, 2013 10:17 AM
|B.J. Nelson||Alfed G. Margheim|
I will transfer to you but I want to go get his obit from the library first. Once I get that posted he is all yours. I usually go to the library on Friday but this is an odd week.
|B.J. Nelson||Alfred G Margheim, Hyigene CO|
Please transfer your photo O Alfred to the new memorial as I will be deleting the older one soon. I can't delete the very poor photo someone else placed on my memorial.
|joan hallberg||Anton Hallberg #94002955|
Tons of thanks for the photo of Anton Hallberg's tombstone.. We can now complete that part of the family in our genealogy.
I admire you for doing this for us.
Many thanks again,
|BobP||Anton Hallberg at Lakeside|
thanks very much for finding his plot information and for taking the picture. It's very much appreciated!
Take care, Bob
Added by BobP on Aug 11, 2012 11:37 PM
|Victoria Chandler||John Vernon Wilkerson|
Hey Becky, God bless you for taking the time to do this for a total stranger. The kindness of strangers is the best! So I assume it was just a small tombstone? Did it have the Civil War info. on it? I did not know about the Canon City GAR info. How did you know that? Thanks again so very much for finding my great grandfather's grave. He was captured and spent over a year at Andersonville, Ga. I owe you, girlfriend! Thanks again, Vickie
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