|Ken B (#47187148)|
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I've been involved with my family's genealogy research for many years and found cemetery records - and headstone inscriptions - to be quite helpful. I also found that many of the graves of my relatives had no markers and feel that by posting those sites on Find A Grave, I'm helping to honor the memories of those deceased. Since I've also had a great deal of experience in photography, I try to help others with their genealogy research by fulfilling requests for cemetery marker images whenever possible.|
If I've created a memorial that duplicates one already in existence, it is not done intentionally. Please let me know if that occurs and I will remove mine as soon as possible.
If I've created a memorial for one of your relatives, and you'd like me to transfer management, let me know.
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|Tom Essenpreis||RE: Thank you|
I saw that ... thank you! If you transfer it I'll make sure he gets some more details/life photos etc. I already submitted a linking request for he and Helen.
|Tom Essenpreis||Thank you|
Your grave photo confirmed this is the grave of our dearly departed. Impossible to know any other way. Thanks again!
|Cindy Cornwell McCachern||Thank You|
Thanks for the Cornwell tombstone photos.
|Everything I own!||Thank you|
just want to thank you for adding a photo of the cemetery my step dad is in. "Joseph Bock" That was so kind of you!!
Enjoy the Holidays!!
|Mary Kennedy||RE: Eugene Johnson|
Hi, I want to thank you for searching for Gene's grave. We did find it along with his daughter, Ellen Peacock and her husband -Pecock. I don't remember the right first names there. As you go around the north road just a little ways up on the left there are some tall shrubs. They are just pass there. There are 4 graves in a row. Mr. peacock, Mrs. peacock, Here Father Gene(Eugene) Johnson and a grand child of the Peacocks. We just put red poinstetter on the graves for Christmas. This is the cementary on the south side of Bellvue. Thank you, Mary Anne kennedy
|kck||Joseph Zukowski Photo|
Thanks so much for the picture!
Added by kck on Dec 07, 2014 2:37 PM
|Jill McCarthy||Photo of Chas. Smith|
Thank you so much for taking your time to help with this endeavor! I so appreciate your efforts and willingness to help.
|outlander||RE: George B Fenton|
Ken, I would be happy to share what I know about the Fenton line. My maiden name is Fenton so I have quite a bit of information, they we're an interesting group. How are you connected to George? I was so happy to learn where he ended up. I had a feeling that he remarried but until I found his death certificate just yesterday, listing his parents I could never be sure. In fact I had only suspected that he went back to PA. Do you have any information on his father Daniel Raineer Fenton? I've been trying to locate his date and place of death and any information on his parents. I've traced Daniel almost up to his death but then he gets lost, however his wife and children I can follow. I've been able to trace George's mother and I connected with someone who had a picture of her. I will be in touch about George. Oh and I have some "funny" newspaper clipping s about him from when he was a policeman in NY.
Jen (Fenton) Jones
|outlander||George B Fenton|
Thank you so much! Now I have a picture of my 2nd great grandfather. He was married prior to his marriage to Nannie.
|relli||RE: Ruth Farrell Gill|
Added by relli on Nov 28, 2014 7:44 AM
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