|Enid Jamison (#46865433)|
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|I have been doing family history work for many years. Findagrave has helped me find information about my ancestors in states that I could not go to.|
I really enjoy working on findagrave requests. I have had many good experiences helping other and others helping me.
If anyone finds that I have put duplicates on for people on findagrave, please let me know. I am very willing to transfer memorials to you if you are related to them.
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Thanks so much for transferring Biddlecomes to me, which I have already updated and added lots of info. Thanks for all the info. you have gathered and posted on findagrave.
Added by Lucy on May 20, 2013 3:45 PM
is listed on the map as Old Section E21. I asked the memorial manger to add this so somebody else may be able to find or read it.
Added by Kat on Sep 18, 2012 9:50 AM
|Kat||Milford Cemetery requests|
Milford Cemetery old section was surveyed in 1943 and re-surveyed in 2001. There is a map and alphabetical index of all remaining tombstones. This grave is not on the map/index. This does not mean the person is not buried here, but that there is no tombstone remaining. The picture posted is the map/index.
Added by Kat on Sep 18, 2012 9:43 AM
|ღD.Frederick Birely||RE: Neikirk/South Elkhorn|
your welcome, I didnt have photos for the other requests and they should have been right there with parents, considering the ages of the stones they may have vanished, the family stone has tons of room to have them inscribed on it, im pretty sure that they arent the original stones. there was no request for alice ,so i had to create the memorial for her if you wish to have management let me know.
|cartinjoe||RE: Error in postings/Eastham|
I am very glad to have helped in any way. Over the next few days I will be uploading all the picstures and info I hvae gathered on the Eastham Cemetery and the William Cornell Stephens Cemetery, as well as over the next month photographing the entire New Pleasant Point Cemetery. Hope fully the info can be used by someone somewhere.
When you were here, do you remember driving over the blacktop hill in front on the church, the road that went between the church and the cemetery went straight on over the hill, did you drive that way and cross a nice little concrete bridge?
|Julie A (Eskridge) Taylor||Pictures posted|
I wanted to let you know that I posted some pics of Susannah Eastham and Thomas Suber Roy... My cousin sent them to me.. and I will shortly have Alexander and Armilda Roy posted, as soon as I can get the time.. Thanks again for the transfer.
|Pack Mule||Daniel Needham - Connecticut|
This morning I went searching for the grave of Daniel Needham (Find A Grave Memorial# 40049340) at the New London Sick Benefit Society Cemetery. I live near there, and you have a photo request for him.
I'm sorry to tell you that no apparent marker for him is there. It is a small cemetery; maybe 20 graves. Several are worn beyond reading, unfortunately.
There is one very old, very flat, white stone which is completely weathered flat.
Another is small, reddish-color, upright, and the only legible English was "September." I photographed this one, but it would only be a guess if it was him; it's old, but maybe not that old...
|Deborah Crego||RE: Hale Cemetery/Missouri|
You are very welcome. It was my pleasure and I will try to return sometime soon and look for the rest of them.
|Brent Nimmo||Sarah Johnston 6th St Cemetery|
Sarah's stone was found in an alley in Columbus, Ohio years ago. Someone finally asked me to find where it belonged. I found your entry on Findagrave and the data matched. Sarah is in Lot 188, or under the Sherwood Davidson House. She was not among those moved to Cedar Hill. The man who has the stone is going to get it back to where it belongs...
|Dwayne Fink||RE: Twila Beauchamp|
I do not know a lot regarding Buell. Louise Brown gave me a few facts.
Twila and Buell were only married abt a year before he died. His ashes were scatted into the Pacific Ocean.
Married at Twila's church: Trinity Luth Ch. Only married about a year and a half before Buell died. Second marriage for both. (from my notes)
Almost sounds like something from a romantic novel.
Maybe you best go easy on what you add. I'll work at it from this end.
I used to correspond with Twila, but did not cover Buell. Some things are private.
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