|Francine York (#47486450)|
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I find lately that I can't get enough. When I am researching my Family tree, I seem to get lost in all the many, many branches, one just seems to lead to another and another and .... I take great pride in taking your photos. Thanks for asking!:)|
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|Bonnie Kies||RE: Edmond Chandler|
Thank You and your WELCOME Bonnie :)
|Bonnie Kies||Edmond Chandler|
Memorial# 111632626 Hi and Thank You Francine. Could I please use the photo on my family tree (ancestry). I would credit you for the Photo, Findagrave as well as the creator of the Memorial. Again Thank You Very Much. Bonnie :)
Thanks, Francine, for such a timely response regarding the gravestone of the Williams children.
|Rick Rollins||A captioning correction|
You have as a caption:
Died July 15, 1868
AE. 2 weeks 4ds.
Died July 15, 1868
AE. 3ys. 7ms. 14ds.
Twin daughters of
Meshach & Sophia
But the gravestone shows the correct date for Clara's death.
|cw-sawyers||James Sawyer 118728886|
Thanks, again, for the photo of this stone.
Thank you for the photo of Joseph's stone.
Seems to be a great untold story with this man.
|Elizabeth Atwood||RE: Anna Jones Atwood|
Hi Francine... John Jones Atwood 'Find A Grave Memorial# 126408434'. In the picture of his gravestone, you can see both his parents (Robert & Anna Atwood) in the background :)
Thank you for linking him with his parents!
|Elizabeth Atwood||Anna Jones Atwood|
Thank you again, Francine for taking the time to take pictures and add to the site, it means so much to so many people - myself included! Is it possible to add John J. Atwood to the list of Anna and Robert Atwoods children? He was born 22 Oct 1805 if this helps. Thank you again! Elizabeth Atwood
|Elizabeth Atwood||John Jones Atwood|
Thank you very, very much Francine for taking and adding the picture of John Atwood, my 2cnd gr. grandfather. Not only does it help a great deal with my Mayflower Society worksheet but to see his headstone and honor it from afar means so much to me. Thank you...Elizabeth Atwood
|Jacquelyn Elizabeth Knight Aubrey||East Madison Cemetery|
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