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I have been dabbling in genealogy for about 10 years but have gotten heavily involved since retirement in last few years. Family names include Minor (back to Thomas in Chew Magna England), Schweiger, Mack, Shay, Kennedy (Scotland). Several branches go back to 1600s New England and we are heavily represented in Wisconsin through several branches. I have about 4500 names on tree in Ancestry.com.|
PLEASE feel free to use any of my pictures however you wish. They are there for you and I profess no ownership over them.
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|Sharon Wiertsema||RE: Johnson graves|
Yes, I would like to see it. Thank you for contacting me. Sharon
Thank you for the photos.
Added by Jerry H. on Aug 03, 2013 12:16 AM
|Adam Carrier||RE: Adelia and Thomas Robbins|
Thanks so much for the photos of the graves! Thomas and Adelia are my 3x great grandparents!
|Baxter B. Fite III||Musician Salem E. Martin, 86th Illinois|
Mack, First of all, let me Thank You for what you do. Thanks to people like you, I have lived to see hundreds of pictures of tombstones of veterans of the 86th that before I found out about Find A Grave and it's wonderful Contributors, LIKE YOU!, I had no hope of ever seeing in person and little, if any, hope of every even seeing a picture ofSecod, I want to Thank You for making an effort to photograph the tomsbtone of Salem E. Martin, who was a musician in the 86th Illinois.
I take it from your email that you sent me that you were able to varify that Salem E. Martin was buried in Section 8 (Catholic II) plot 100 of Riverside Cemetery but, found no stone for him. Is this correct?
If you ever go back and if the cemetery can identify his exact place of burial, could you flag his grave for me and take a picture of the area surrounding his grave so that I can see where he is buried?
I have been filling out all of the paper work necessary for the 86th veterans whose graves I have found to be unmarked as the government will still furnish Salem, as well as all Civil War veterans whose graves are unmarked, a government issue Civil War style stone like the one he should have received when he died.
Let me know if you can do this for me the next time you visit Riverside. There is no hurry of course, just would like to know for certain he is there and see where he is buried. If there are graves next to him could you let me know this as well? Thanks for all you are doing for Find A Grave and for me! What you are doing is GREAT APPRECIATED and will be so long after we are gone. Thanks Again!! Baxter
Thank you for downloading the photos you took onto their Memorials
Added by Valerie on Jul 30, 2013 12:58 PM
|Karen Adams||Harvey Lounsberry|
Thank you so much for taking the time to photograph Harvey Lounsberry's headstone and the family monument too! I really appreciate it. Would you mind if I put it on Ancestry.com under Harvey Lounsberry's info? My husband's parents are buried in Riverside Cemetery. He has a lot of relatives buried there. Thank you!
Thanks so much for the photos.
Added by L Palmer on Jul 29, 2013 12:41 PM
|Valerie||Harvey Lounsberry/Riverside Cemetery|
Thank you so much for taking a picture of Harvey's gravestone and putting it on his Memorial. Thank you also for giving me the additional names of others buried in the family plot. I have made Memorials for all of them and would very much appreciate if you would download their gravestone photos onto their Memorials as well
Added by Valerie on Jul 29, 2013 12:06 PM
|Cyndi Speltz Gipp||Frahm|
Thank you for Elizabeth Frahm's grave photo!
|K Haymond||Riverside Cemetery|
Thank you so much for the gravestone photos for James and Margaret Haymond. I very much appreciate your time and effort to locate them in such a huge cemetery. I have added a memorial for Margaret 114559316. Would you please move her stone photo to her memorial and add the Haymond stone. Thanks so much!!
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