|Kim White (#47499959)|
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I am probably like most genealogists. I began with my own family and once I got all of my leaves on the tree, I started using the ancestry records available to add short bios to the memorials I created for people who were buried in our local cemeteries but who were not yet "findable" on Find-A-Grave.|
I know that every stone I photograph has a story, however brief their life may have been. I have a special fondness for headstones that are broken, or have ended up on their backs, embedded into the earth and hope that by photographing them, they may someday be resurrected by a family member.
If there is a grave that a family member would like to manage, contact me regarding a transfer. Additionally, if you would like to have a photo or a bio removed, just say the word. My only intention is to provide help to other people doing genealogy research. You are free to use the photographs I have taken.
I also welcome corrections and additional information. Please allow at least a few days for the correction as I work full time and can only do F.A.G. business as time allows.
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|Linda Doile Morris||Connie Schnepp|
I am wondering if you know who Connie was married to. You see, I think all of the Schnepp's in Iowa are from Isaac Schnepp who fought in the Civil war. I have a hugh tree of us that goes back to 1731 and of course, do not have the very recent people as it is not possible to get recent death cert. Please contact me on Find A Grave if you do know. Meanwhile I will check newspapers and if I do find out, and am related to him, I will be asking for her memorial. Thank you so much for not only your photo,s but for all your work as I already know how much it takes.
|Norma Miller||Mary Mabel McCartney|
I was going through the requests for Oakland Cemetery in Sandusky, Ohio. I see that you have requested Mary Mabel McCartney December 11, 2012.
If no one has gotten that for you, I would be more than happy to try.
Because of health reasons the days for me to walk hours in the cemetery's I am afraid are over.
If you would either write or call Oakland and get the exact location of the grave, I will try to take that photo for you.
2917 Milan Road
Sandusky , Ohio 44870
Thank you Kim, waiting to hear from you.
Norma J. Miller
|teresar12||Isabel Ulery Asper #72928855|
Concerning Isabel Ulery Asper. Her parents were Michael Ulery and Hannah Knachel born born in PA.
Isabel was born in Delaware Co.OH. 01 Apr 1862.
Sometime after her birth Michael and Hannah Ulery came to Marshall Co. IN. Michael's parents had came from OH to Marshall Co. about 1855. After Hannah's death Michael Ulery married 1871, Mary Asper who was Samuel Aspers mother. Jessie Ulery, who you speak of in the bio on Isabel Ulery was her uncle, Michael Ulery brother. Jessie Ulery was married to Louisa Benner who was a sister to Mary Asper (Benner). Michael Ulery and his first wife Hannah are buried in the Burr Oak Cemetery, Marshall Co. IN. Hope you aren't to confused. lol!
Teresa Haines Rigney email@example.com
|Aaron Jones||RE: Joseph and Nancy Cowen|
And thank you for adding the biography. Very well written. My GGGG Grandparents could not have said it better.
|bill3262||RE: David Caddy|
Sorry - the grave was in Citizen's Cemetery, Rochester. Thanks!
Added by bill3262 on Sep 05, 2016 5:14 AM
|Les C||Memorial# 120885871|
Family search has this;
Lois M. Taylor L49H-R6V
Birth; 1 October 1892 Argos, Marshall, Indiana, United States
Death; 28 July 1956 Argos, Marshall, Indiana, United States
Marriage: 11 May 1940
Charles E. Cuffel L49H-RH7
Birth; 9 July 1889 Indiana, United States
Death; 26 June 1994 Apple Valley, San Bernardino, California, United States
Added by Les C on Sep 01, 2016 8:43 PM
|Susan ||RE: Lucretia Adomeit|
I am glad you do get the time it takes. You are most welcome.
Added by Susan on Aug 23, 2016 8:24 AM
|Debbie||RE: Grubes in Plymouth|
Thanks, Kim. It is nice to know that another family is "reunited." :)
Added by Debbie on Jul 30, 2016 7:34 PM
|Janet||An update on Joseph Lonie and Georgia Lonie son Louis|
Louis is my father inlaw. His birthdate is incorrect in the bios of Joseph and Georgia.
South Bend Tribute, Wednesday, March 16, 1983 Pg 28
Crash Injuries fatal for Lonie
Louis C. Lonie, 72, 26414 Brush Trail, died at 3:15 p.m. Tuesday in Wesley
Pavilion of Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Chicago, from injuries received in
a two -car accident on March 4 at Notre Dame Ave. and Corby. Lonie had been
transferred to the spinal injury unit at Northwestern from St. Joseph's
Medical Center shortly after the accident. He was a retired employee of U.S.
Rubber Co. He was born on Feb. 22, 1911, in Wood River, Ill., and had lived in
South Bend most of his life. On April 20, 1951, in South Bend, he married the
former Ann Fontaine. She survives with a daughter, Sgt. Patricia Ann Lonie
with the Army in Germany; three sons, Clayton Carlyle Lonie of Rancho Palos
Verdes, Calif., and Joseph Carl Lonie and Steven Lawrence Lonie, both of South
Bend; six grandchildren and a brother, Winafred C. Lonie of Mission Viejo,
Calif. Private services will be held and the body will be cremated. The McGann
Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made
to any charity
Added by Janet on Jul 06, 2016 11:26 PM
|Anita Harris||Thank you!|
Thank you for transferring my Grandmother to me! :)
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