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In my youth, I often looked through the box of old family images and negatives that was stored far away in the closet. Who are these people and what do they mean to me? While at college, my Architectural studies allowed me the opportunity to work in the Photo Lab. This experience enabled me to take those negatives and make them real, and as such was my first opportunity to create a family album and to understand our family's history. The start of a life long effort! |
The advent of the computer and the internet just made it all that much easier. Over the years I have enjoyed making connections with family in the name of family research. There is a lot of information available from various sources and it takes one family member to organize it and make it available to all!
As past president of Clan MacCallum/Malcolm Society of North America Inc and now their "Family History Coordinator" I truly value our rich heritage and I endeavor to assist others in their ancestry quest.
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|NANCY||Stenjem Headstone Photos|
Thanks so much for adding the headstone photos for the Stenjem family. What a lovely surprise to find such nice images.
Added by NANCY on Dec 08, 2013 10:27 AM
|Gayle Payne||RE: Photos in Forest Hill Cemetery|
Thank you, Neil. I can't tell you how excited I was to see Mehitable's gravestone. You took beautiful photos and it is much appreciated. Happy Thanksgiving to you also.
|Gayle Payne||Photos in Forest Hill Cemetery|
Neil, I would like to use the headstone photos you have for Mehitable Bradford and for the Tetzlaffs in Forest Hill in my Ancestry tree if I have your permission. Thank you- Gayle
|Linda Z||Martin Anton Hoyer - 84696157|
Thank you for the photo of the headstone. Linda Z 47131291
Added by Linda Z on Nov 22, 2013 2:53 AM
|Lisa Arm Schweiger||Frederic Arm|
That was fast! I cannot thank you enough Neil! Lisa
|JnJSchober||Photo: Betty M Marking|
Thank you for the nice photo! And for your very quick response to my request. It is wonderful to have a volunteer like you who understands the importance of these photos.
|Penny||Ann Maria Gay 1789 - 1854|
Neil - Thank you so much for literally unearthing the marker stone of Ann Maria Gay and her son John, who came from Stroud, Gloucestershire, travelled to the US in 1850 and both died of cholera in Madison, on the same night You have spread waves of delight amongst her proud and admiring descendants in the US, England and Australia. Her ggg granddaughter Penny in Cornwall, UK.
Added by Penny on Nov 16, 2013 2:37 AM
Dear Neil: I am researching for my dau-in-law, her gggrandmother was Matie Belle Rice BucKingham. Matie (pronounced MAtie) was born 12 Nov 1897 in Boscobel, Grand County, WI and died 11 Aug 1979 Fergus Falls, Otter Tail County, Minnesota. Her husband was Richard Jacob Buckingham, he was born in Nevis, Hubbard County, Minnesota and he died in Calvin, Cavalier County, ND (Find A Grave Memorial #112181943). Would you mind updating this information on their memorials?
Thank you so much for consideration of this request.
Added by PJackson on Nov 12, 2013 9:29 AM
|Linda Z||William George Schulkamp - 86590792|
Thank you the photo of his headstone at Forest Hill Cemetery. Linda Z - 47131291
Added by Linda Z on Nov 10, 2013 5:04 PM
|Mayflower Pilgrim 332||Dr Edgar F Riley & Wife|
Neil, Thanks so much for beautiful photos on the above sites. I appreciate your time in visiting and photographing their gravesite. Richard
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