|LeAnn Childs (#47029761)|
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We grew up visiting cemeteries in the 60's & 70's with our dad (Ralph Jones). We would go to them while on vacation. We had many picnics in cemeteries. I have passed this along to my children!
After my father died, I "inherited" all of his genealogy records and have been putting them on the computer. He researched: Crissey, Merz, Love, Langworthy, Burchard,Warre, Scofield, Lyon, Butterfield, Dodson, Walker, Moore, Jones, Peterson, Anderson, Lundahl - to name a few. He loved helping people solve a mystery. He would really have enjoyed this.
I have added my husbands family to my on going research: Childs, Wilcox, Scofield - to name a few.
I enjoy taking photos and like the "Scavenger Hunt" as I walk through the cemetery to look for the tombstones. I recently introduced one of my nieces to taking photos in cemeteries and searching for graves. As a photographer, she may have gotten the bug to do find-a-grave :) She became facinated with the art work and shadows as well as the names! I hope to take my other nieces and nephews with me to get the next generation to care about cemeteries.
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|KSBlack||photo for Fisk Durand|
Thank you so much for the excellent headstone photos. Are the two stones back to back?
Added by KSBlack on Dec 09, 2014 8:38 PM
|Tracy Family||Siggins at Westfield Cemetery|
Thank you so much for your excellent photos!
|Cory Sapp||John F Piehl photo|
Thank you for posting this memorial and adding the photo.
|C Adams||Gardener Klein|
I checked today at Monmouth Memorial Park about the burial site for Gardener Klein. Although he was cremated here, his ashed are not interred here. According to their records, they were returned to the funeral home of record which was: Damiano.
Added by C Adams on Sep 11, 2014 4:35 PM
in your notes for memorial 78036727 you list two sons Thomas Clinton he was born January 1891 and Baine Edward born 1908 both born in Virginia. I found both in my searches of the census reports
memorial 78036727 what proof do you have for the middle name I have never found a thing and her nickname was Minnie she would also be a great aunt to me
|Peter ||Thank You!|Added by Peter on Jul 23, 2014 8:05 PM
|Carla J Roberts||Potter|
Thank you for the picture of Truman Potter's tombstone. It is greatly appreciated.
|Janice Hollandsworth||Ross Warren Welch|
Thank you for taking the time to do my photo request.
I appreciate it.
|Kimberly||Gust Ohrn - Westfield Cemetery|
Westfield Cemetery - Westfield, NY
Gustav Adolph Ohrn
b. 06 Feb 1886 in Hamrånge, Gävleborg, Sweden
d. 02 Dec 1937 in St Petersburg, Pinellas, Florida, USA
Gust was my great grand uncle and twin to my great grandfather Carl Ohrn aka Charles A Ohrn.
Gust was married to Varina M Weatherup
Thank you for adding this memorial to the cemetery!!
Added by Kimberly on May 01, 2014 1:11 AM
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