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Amy E. (Drayton) Griffith (#47794650)
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Bio Photo I live with my husband & 2 boys in New Mexico, near Santa Fe. I enjoy working on my family trees on

Please feel free to use my photos in your family trees. I take them not for the notoriety, but for helping others.

Happy searching!
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janine mcquiston
RE: Mother # 67328368 & daughter # 67331290
Shirley Ramshur submitted that obit. I will remove the date on the obit and if you would like you may click on Shirley Ramshur's name on the memorial under the obit and leave her a message on her profile page. Thanks, Janine
Added by janine mcquiston on Sep 17, 2016 12:15 PM
Charles Gilbert
Corydon Edward Foote #68826826
Hi Amy
I processed your edit/suggestion about Mary Elizabeth Holms. I then made several other changes. I have other family information to share if you are interested.

Have a good day.

Charles Edward Gilbert
Added by Charles Gilbert on Aug 18, 2016 4:01 PM
Charles Gilbert
Corydon Edward Foote #68826826
Added by Charles Gilbert on Aug 18, 2016 3:54 PM
Bill Craig
RE: Erwin
You are very welcome Amy.
Added by Bill Craig on Aug 08, 2016 5:34 AM
Bill Craig
Hi Amy
Along with Lillian & Ben I found a Charles & Florence. Located right behind them. I presume they are also family so I'll add them too.
Cheers Bill
Added by Bill Craig on Aug 06, 2016 12:40 PM
David Cole
I don't know David but I am a member of the Redlands Historical Society and a group of us photographed the graves in the cemetery. If there is no stone we either couldn't read it or the stone had problems making it unreadable. There are stones in the cemetery that are broken, covered with dirt or tree roots.
Donna Hunter
Added by DHunt on Jul 24, 2016 10:28 AM
Nedra Weber
James A. Watterson 1841-1913 Memorial #57459675
Hello Amy. I am contacting you with the help of my good friend, Nedra Weber, who is a Find A Grave subscriber.

Here's why: Another friend (Sandy) is a volunteer for a thrift shop sponsored by the local Episcopal Church. When sorting donations, three photographs of a Civil War soldier named Watterson and his family were found. As it happens, it appears these photos duplicate photos posted by you on Find-A-Grave.

Sandy and I believe these photos should go back to a Watterson family member or to a museum representing the soldier's home area. However, we have discovered that at least three Wattersons live here in the Anacortes, WA area who may or may not have donated the photos to the thrift shop.

Because you have obviously spent serious time researching Watterson genealogy, Sandy would like to give the photos to you, believing that you are best able to decide where they belong.

Please reply to me on Find A Grave and the photos will be sent to you. Or - if you don't want/need them, can you suggest who would?

We three look forward to hearing from you.

Cathy Molleck
Added by Nedra Weber on Jul 14, 2016 7:26 PM
Donald Penner
RE: Eileen Joyce (Penner) Fluckner's stone (mem. # 129251434
As best I can determine, her last name was misspelled on her tombstone. The name Faulkner is supported by several sources.
Added by Donald Penner on Dec 03, 2015 12:56 PM
RE: Infant Hatch
Amy, All the info I have is on the cemetery page. Sorry I couldn't be more help.
Added by Carolyn on Oct 07, 2015 12:06 PM
RE: Anna W Keepers
There are four stones on this lot: the main Keepers family monument which contains only the family name and headstones for "Mother," "Father" and "C.D. Keepers." The posted photos are the only ones I have. The stones for "Mother" and "Father" do not include any additional inscriptions. The stone for C. D. includes his birth and death dates which is what I used to track down the name of his wife. (I assumed that the stones for "father" and for "C.D." were for the same person, but that may be an error.) I found a birth year for Anna in a census but did not find any death data for her. It has been awhile since I did the research but I think she was receiving the pension around 1915. My original photo of the "Mother" headstone is larger and cropped less closely and makes it clearer that there is nothing on the front of the stone. I don't know what may be in the cemetery records on this family, which I believe are kept at the Ruthven city hall. I live about 2-1/2 hours away and may not get back there this fall. If you would like transfers of these memorials, I am happy to do that. Thank you for your inquiry.
Added by Iaed on Sep 29, 2015 11:14 PM
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