|Betsy Caposell (#47456241)|
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HELP YOURSELF!! Nothing pleases me more than helping people find their relatives, which may even turn out to be me. Unfettered access to such priceless photos and info benefits us all. And it can be hard or impossible to visit the cemeteries yourself sometimes, so I enjoy helping.
Note: On many of my memorials, there might be a lot more info provided than is apparent from the headstones. This is because I cannot resist the urge to research the people named on those headstones. I will use ancestry.com, newspapers.com, familysearch.org, et al, to fill in some blanks, to make the memorials more useful. This is especially true if the surnames are Smith or Jones. While I have no Smith or Jones in my direct ancestry, I have experienced the difficulty of researching those family names. I cannot pass a Smith or Jones headstone in a cemetery without photographing it!
My favorite location to shoot headstone pictures is western PA, which is where my ancestors all lived after their arrival from Europe. I visit the area often to visit cemeteries and photograph headstones, and will most certainly take pix of anyone whose last name is on the list below, no matter who they are.
I also am fond of photographing any headstones of military veterans and very young children.
If you see a memorial that has an error, needs linked to someone, or that you'd like to manage, please just ask!! The more we gravers communicate with each other, the more accurate the info will be for all.
Surnames of interest to me are:
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Thanks for your suggestion..Kit
Added by Kit on Jul 19, 2015 2:51 PM
|Paul Myers||John Aukerman 1847-1904|
He served in Company A, 76th Regt., Pa. Volunteer Infantry during the civil war.
|Rubia||Bernice and Enoch Chess|
Thank you so much for the photos. May I use them on my tree? Thank you again - so much
Added by Rubia on Jun 19, 2015 11:11 PM
Thank you once again for the photos and the death certificate pictures. Your work is much appreciated.
Added by A.J. on Jun 18, 2015 11:43 PM
|Paul Myers||George R. Graham|
His obit in NC Democrat of 08/24/1911, states his death occurred on 08/17/1911. During his CW service, he was taken prisoner by the Confederates and imprisoned in Libby Prison in Richmond.
Thank for the information regarding Viola.
|Tom Allen||Duplicate records|
Betsy, Not sure what is happening with the "duplicate records" you are finding. 5-6 of them are coming up as "No Memorial Found" when I attempt to open the record. The others are all corrected. Thanks again, Tom
|Tom Allen||Duplicate records|
Hi Betsy, Thank you for catching the duplicates. I have deleted them. I make every effort to check for duplicates but those got through. Tom
|Jane Marie Morrison||Raymond and Ella Dick|
Thank you for the beautiful headstone photos! You and they are deeply appreciated!
|Jane Marie Morrison||RE: chloe mclean everett|
She must have NO marker. I'm sorry too. She's not the first relative of mine that does not have a marker. My great-grandfather on my paternal side did not have one. I bought him one. And my grand-aunt on my paternal line does not have one either. Thank you for trying. I appreciate your efforts more than I can say.
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