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Tiffany Nash (#47423100)
 member for 5 years, 8 months, 3 days
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Thanks FaG volunteers! I currently have 10,826+ FaG Memorial matches to my database - that's 31% and growing! (5Aug2016). Love knowing where all my kith and kin ended up!
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Genealogy has been a rewarding hobby and I have been blessed with many new friends and family since starting in 1991. I believe in sharing genealogy freely so that we can learn from one another and improve our data at the same time - that's what FindaGrave is all about! I view genealogy as a service to my family, and to the genealogy community that has helped me so much. Genealogy is also a great way to honor those that have gone before us - especially our military. I love to meet new cousins so please let me know if you are kin!
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Please add military info from tombstones into Transcription field to make is searchable.
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When links are created please consider removing extraneous text about parents and family members.
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Just about every issue is covered so check it out. Of course, I am human and God isn't finished with me yet. If I make a mistake please let me know.
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If you have dates, places, memorial numbers for father/mother/spouse, or any other please submit it using the Edit tab! Using the Edit tab is very helpful because it sends me a link and I can make your updates much more quickly.
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I believe that family belongs with family and am happy to transfer family members according to FindaGrave policy. Please use the Edit tab to request all transfers.
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Please feel free to copy and share any pictures I have posted. I only ask that credit is given.
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Consider canvasing and photographing your local cemeteries. Talk to the church about their records and history. Suggest that the church add a link to their web site as a free service to their church members and families. Tombstones wear down over time and they are such wonderful documentation of our ancestors and so helpful to our research! Here are some of my projects:
~ Little River Methodist Church (Woodstock, GA)
My husband's maternal line, Anglin is buried here. His family is a second family to me and this project was done in their honor. I have photographed all of the tombstones & plan to add plot pictures in the near future. I am happy that the church has added a link on their web site.
~ Rowland Springs (White, GA) My in-laws' church.
~ Mt Carmel (Canton, GA)
~ Miller Chapel (White, GA)
~ Stamp Creek (White, GA)
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Share, care, pass it on and have a blessed day!
Tiffany Farnsworth Nash #47423100
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Paternal Lines (oldest in USA):
8th GGDau of Thomas FARNSWORTH of Bordentown, NJ
6th GGDau of Matthias YOUNG of Lancaster, PA
Maternal Lines (oldest USA):
7th GGDau of William BLANCHARD of Scituate, RI
9th GGDau of John WEDGWOOD of Hampton, NH
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Karen Mickel Bennett
RE: Dailey Sisters
I'm happy it gave it a little sunshine to your day. Appreciate your work!
Added by Karen Mickel Bennett on Aug 23, 2016 3:03 PM
Karen Mickel Bennett
Dailey Sisters
Thank you so much for taking time to send valuable information for their memorials. I appreciate it very much and so will future generations. Again, thank you!
Added by Karen Mickel Bennett on Aug 23, 2016 1:28 PM
Martha Brinkley Berry
RE: Prudence (Mount) Farnsworth #132292207
Thanks for making the edit:)
I don't have a photo for John M Farnsworth. The cemetery was rather large and overgrown with limited access in some areas. Someone from the Parkersburg Historical Society cleared many graves for us. I didn't see John, but if we go back, I will look for him. And for Catherine Bell Mount!
Added by Martha Brinkley Berry on Apr 16, 2016 6:22 PM
Martha Brinkley Berry
RE: Prudence (Mount) Farnsworth #132292207
Hello Tiffany, my husband and I visited the old Mount Cemetery in Volcano, Wood County, WV. When I added the cemetery to Find A Grave, I placed it in Deerwalk as Volcano was not on the accepted list for Wood County. So it is listed as Mount Cemetery, Wood County, Deerwalk, WV. I have added photos for the graves on Ezekiel Mount and Barbara Ellen Mount Deem. Someone else added the grave Catherine Bell Mount, but I do not have a photo for her grave. I do not know if Catherine is buried there or not. I tried to take photos of most of the graves that had legible inscriptions.
There are currently 3 Mount cemeteries in Wood County WV listed on Find A Grave. One is my boo-boo as I placed it in Parkerbsurg (trying to get Find A Grave to delete it), there is one listed as Murphytown, Wood Co-I don't know anything about it but it is not the one I listed as being near Deerwalk. And the third is the one I added recently in Deerwalk, Wood County, WV.
Added by Martha Brinkley Berry on Apr 16, 2016 2:21 PM
Edward Eby
Thank you for the information update for my 3rd great uncle Edward Eby. I will make a few other updates. Thanks again. I appreciate the help.

Added by Andrew on Feb 02, 2016 2:33 PM
RE: Alexander & Elizabeth DeVore
Thank you so much!! I will add your email to my contacts and send you one so you have mine as well.
Added by mdevore3 on Jan 31, 2016 10:38 AM
Lucy Madora Farnsworth
Thanks, your edit was helpful in solving another small mystery!
Added by bc on Jan 19, 2016 9:51 AM
Jan Dishon
Sarah Kuntz
Thanks for finding her, I am working on getting the duplicates removed.
Added by Jan Dishon on Jan 06, 2016 8:15 AM
William Farnsworth 1825-1919
I just linked my grandmother Crankshaw's maternal grandfather (Wm Farnsworth 1825-1919) to your entry of his father John Henry Farnsworth #105331852.

William had told a grandson's wife that his mother was a "Lamar". I see Laman in many records, but the letters "R" and "N" can be so similar when written. He also told this same granddaughter-in-law that he had brothers "Lamar" and "Lavosier" (among others), she only remembered these two. He also gave her the tin-type photo of himself that I have used on his memorial page.

Hope we can correspond some further.
Dave Crankshaw
Added by DaveC on Aug 07, 2015 8:48 AM
Toni Helvey Schlaefli
Hi Are you related to the Cox/McAlary families??
Added by Toni Helvey Schlaefli on Jul 26, 2015 3:25 PM
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