|Jay Boone (#46889203)|
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I started into genealogy in 1990 and enjoy tracing my family's history, and learning about the history of the area's my ancestors lived in. I take pictures of many headstones when I go to a cemetery, so if you see a memorial page I have and you are related, don't hesitate to ask for a transfer. (If you would like for me to transfer a page to you, please let me know by using the "edit" button since that will provide both a link to the page and a link to your contributor page with the necessary ID# for the transfer).|
I especially try to get photos of our veteran's headstones as I believe they have all earned, besides our gratitude and other things, the right to have a memorial page on this site.
Anyone wishing to use the photos, in their genealogy, that I have posted on this website are free to use them.
Anyone wishing to have memorials that I have added removed from find a grave need only send a request. I put the memorial pages here so that family members in search of ancestors can find them, not to offend anyone.
Names I am tracing: Boone, Musser, Baney, Boston, Kyttle (Kittle), Monroe, Swire, King to name the main ones.
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|Jerry Witt||RE: Abbie Mathilda Green Baney|
You are very welcome for the flowers. Unfortunately I am probably the last in our family that will carry on this tradition. Most of my cousins and their children don't make it out to Dunnegan and those that do don't really care about 100 year old traditions. I'll continue to take care of Mrs. Baney for as long as I can, rest assured for that there will be red flowers on her site for years to come.
|Nancy E.||RE: Mildred Holschue Colby|
Added by Nancy E. on Apr 15, 2015 3:12 PM
|Gale Olsson McHale||Mostly Lockwood's|
I just wanted to thank you for continuing to update my (mostly) Lockwood relatives' memorials. I know it can be time consuming and I appreciate your attentiveness.
Thank you for the transfers, although I wasn't expecting you to do that.
I'm just happy that you had them in Find A Grave, and thankful that you are doing people an important service by your work with it.
|Shari Hanson Frey||Manning Case #118290808|
Thanks for the great photos!
|SleepingDog||Charles Arthur Booth #115296287|
Could I bother you for one more thing. Could you add a note to Charles' bio that his first wife was Mabel Morse Booth, who he married in 1902.
She had died sometime before the 1910 census, but I can find no record or exactly when or where she is buried.
Thank you again.
|SleepingDog||Theodore H. Booth #116833042|
Thank you so much for adding so many entries to Find A Grave. You have helped many of us to find relatives that we wouldn't have been able to find.
Could I request that you put a note on Theodore's entry that his mother was Mabel Morse Booth, who was the first wife of Charles Arthur Booth.
Unfortunately she had died sometime before 1910, and I'm not able to find where she is buried.
Thank you so much.
|Scott Teeters||RE: Frank, Bernice and Richard Cleveland|
You are welcome! It was an honor to photograph Richard "Dick" Cleveland's stone. I knew Mr. Cleveland personally, spent time in his home and served with him on the deacon board of Eaton Baptist Church. He was truly a good gentle man, a good Christian, a true patriot and a good example to follow in this life.
|Tina Miller||Smith Records|
Thank you for the transfer of the memorial. I have been working on our family tree for 3 years now, but didn't get a chance to put the photos I took on line here. My Mom was a Smith.
Would you be able to transfer number 74652757 (Margaret Fisher) to me, so that I can add parents and other information? Many thanks!
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