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I have alway watched old cemeteries pass beyond the car window when traveling and wondered about who was buried there. Find a grave gives me a legitimate reason to roam through cemeteries and document the graves found there.|
My dear Aunt Vivian tried for years to get me interested in the Family's Genealogy. Of course, It wasn't until after we lost Aunt Vivian (and in losing her lost the best source for family history) that I started tracing back through the family history. Find a grave has helped me in my search and allowed me to find many graves of my ancestors.
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|dhintx||RE: Frances DeBunnah|
I belong to classmates.com and they have some of the old yearbooks and have gotten lucky that it has several from Greensburg on line.
Added by dhintx on Nov 15, 2015 11:04 AM
|Luke Davidson||RE: Durrant Family|
I think it's possible there are other gravestones. I also would like to get clearer photos of the graves, though that may be impossible if it is too overgrown. Thanks for letting me know.
|Luke Davidson||Durrant Family|
I noticed that you added a photo for the Cook Durrant Cemetery in Warren County, Pennsylvania. Did you happen to take any photos of the graves? I am working on the Durrant branch of my family, and I would love to see any extra photos of the cemetery.
|Donna Markey||photos on George W. Green memorial|
You need to make sure your photos are right side up before you post them. Thank you.
|Donna Markey||RE: Stevens|
Cherry Creek Cemetery and Valley View, Ellington, are probably the most valuable to me; but any that you have time to do would be helpful. Some, like Lake View in Jamestown, are huge and will be hard to find without burial plot info. I put that in memorials whenever I know what it is. Most times I don't. I'm working with Steamburg Cemetery records now; so anything you can get there would be a help, too. It's quite spread out, so may be hard to find as well. I'll check my requests and, if possible, send you a more coherent list. Otherwise, do whatever you can; I'll be grateful.
|Linda DeBenedictis||RE: Thanks for the Transfer|
Sorry it took so long.
|Ron Kinney||RE: Ida Berg|
You're welcome Sandra.
|sharon fondelier||RE: Mary Anne Beam McClarren|
No, Unfortunately, I don't know where they are buried. Mary Beam McClarren was my husband's great grandmother. The picture belonged to her son Dorse, my husband's grandfather. Are you doing research on this family? It took me years to find any info about Mary's family.
(I apologize for being so tardy replying to your message.)
|Ron Kinney||RE: Jeanette Tiffany|
You're very welcome Sandy.
|Connie Yokum||Thank You|
Thanks for the photo of Randall Tost's stone. I really appreciat the photo.
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