|Ron Buchinski (#46492445)|
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I started visiting and researching (in order to find) interesting graves over 30 years ago while traveling in the military. I have received emails from all over the world through Find-A-Grave.
I love to travel by car, plane and Harley; and my trips usually involve some time at a cemetery at some point.
Find-A-Grave is a favorite website of mine.
"Go Big Red!"
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|Starfishin||Daniel Freeman Find A Grave Memorial# 7750698|
I've found an obituary for a person whose memorial you created is now managed by Find A Grave. It would be great to have it added -- do you know how to make that happen? Thanks much!
Daniel Freeman, the first man in the United States to take a homestead, died Wednesday at his home in Beatrice. He would have been 83 years old next April. His homestead was taken about seven miles northeast of Beatrice on Cub Creek. Mr. Freeman was a soldier in the Civil War at the time the homestead law was passed, but was home on a furlough, and being in Nebraska, filed on a quarter section of land, his certificate being marked No. 1 and always since then being one of his proudest possessions. Mr. Freeman, in addition to being a man of distinction because of this incident was besides a man of strong character and original ideas. He, at one time secured an injunction restraining the teacher in his school district from reading the Bible in the public school. The case went to the supreme court and Mr. Freeman was partly successful, the court holding that the Bible could not be made a part of the course of study but might be read for its literary style the same as any other book. Mr. Freeman was always a staunch supporter of W.J. Bryan, another indication of good character.
Source: The Fairbury Journal, January 1, 1909
|Sandra Milburn Vallance||Emily Chubbuck|
There are two memorials for Emily: #46713673 and #5799372
all infomation should be combined into one memorial.Most info is the same but her last name and parents names are not on one.
Please remove the sideways photo with you in it that you posted on memorial 78302298.
would you please add your photo from grave of Bill Wooley #139576437 to his wife's grave, Find A Grave Memorial# 139575503. both stones are in the one picture .
Sad to say, Aksarben has been torn down and of course another strip mall has been put in. Only thing is, is that no one knows what has happen'd to Omaha. Still looking, will post when the horse has been found.
|Lynda Puakea||Corrine Roosevelt Robinson|
Just found your photo of Corrineʻs gravestone... she is distantly related to me. May I use the photo on my private family tree? I always give credit to the photographers... thanks so much.
|Rebecca Wilson||Chris Taylor|
Chris Taylor and his parents are buried at Riverside Cemetery, Dowagiac, Michigan.
|Imagraver||Richard C. H. Lenski|
Thanks for the photo and the flowers.
Ima (Greg Harber)
|Cynthia Barthel||Makawao Cemetery|
Thank you for showing this cemetery.. Have not been there in a long time.. Really appreciate the photo.. Mahalo
|Sheila Farrington Schweitzer||Chester Gillette|
I am related to Chester Gillette and have a grandmother buried in this cemetery. My Great-Aunt, Mildred Seymour Greene, worked with Chester and knew him pretty well at the Gillette Factory in Cortland. She always believed in his innocence to her dying day. Thanks for all your fine work. firstname.lastname@example.org
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