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I have been doing genealogy for many years. My goals now are to further document and flesh out the line with interesting and less available details. I am also trying to share as much as I can on the web as this leads to meeting my goals. Please feel free to email me with additions, corrections or questions. Thank you. I often add flowers as a coutesy to other graves in the cemetery where relatives are buried, so if you think we are related, please check out my website on rootsweb which is updated on the 1st of each month. I publish all my info, so if you find a relative, check back monthly for updates. |
P.S. I think this is one of the most helpful sites on the net.
Thank you so much to the people who generously donate their time and money to provide information, photographs, and floral contributions to people who may never be able to thank them. I especially appreciate those who remember this is much bigger than ourselves and consistently maintain their memorials in a professional manner, treating others volunteers in the respectful way in which they like to be treated.
Please use the edit tab on the memorial to make corrections as I have entered a lot of data, and unless you provide the # of the memorial, I have no idea who you are referring to. A message posted here tends to be ignored where an email is dealt with immediately. Thanks.
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Thank you so much for all that you do. I lived in Madison County, Alabama, from 1984-2014, and had visited the Miller Cemetery only once in all that time, never knowing how many of my relatives were buried there. I had started genealogy on my dad's family back in the early 1980's, only to put it aside when my babies were little and the distractions many! Now, I'm trying to pick back up where I left off, and Find-A-Grave has been SO very helpful. If not for people like you (and my cousin, who I very recently discovered is one of the volunteers), I don't know where I'd be at this point. Having moved to Florida only about a year ago, I'm still unpacking. When I find photos of the cemeteries my mom and I visited together, I hope I can send you additional information. God Bless You. ~SusanHM
|Clifford Jacob Rosenberry||Rosenberry|
I believe that your Rosenberry is the following:
Frank George Rosenberry DOB: 2/23/1878 Dry Run, Franklin, Pennsylvania, USA. DOD: 5/27/1961 Springfield, Clark, Ohio, USA.
His parents are: Joseph W. Rosenberry 3/14/1855 - 2/10/1940 and Mary Jane Diehl 6/30/1859 - 5/6/1949.
Memorial Numbers 91817802 and 88686918
Thank you. Their on ancestry on Rosenberry/Farner/VanZile. Thank you.
Thanks for all the work.
|MarillaW||RE: Adam Feil birthplace|
I have added an obituary. I want to encourage you to continue the project you are working on. That is really important. Many folks in Mt Lake were from Germany via Russia. Anything you want to send using the "suggest a change" link on the edit tab, I will gladly post.
Added by MarillaW on Feb 27, 2015 7:46 AM
|CJSwann||Douglas Harper 36333942|
Please let me know the source for the information you have given me to correct.
Added by CJSwann on Jan 09, 2015 10:33 AM
|RainbowGal||Archie Dee Gillham|
I just put a picture for Archie Dee on the Clifton Cemetery web site. Please let me know about the last name. On the site - it is spelled Gillian - but on the stone and on the Death Certificate - it is spelled Gillham. Help.
|charles klingel||Gillham Ransom|
You asked if anyone was interested in this Gillham Family I am do you know who his parents were I think it maybe William Gillham that died in Iows born about 1793. as he was born in 1826 and Thomas was born 1827 Illinois.
|Carolyn ||RE: Nunn|
Thanks for your reply. Do you know anything about Joseph's brothers?
I have a brick wall of John Nunn want to find his parents.
Added by Carolyn on Dec 02, 2014 9:49 PM
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