|Peg & Lacey (#47530051)|
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We love Find A Grave! A cousin introduced us to this site in the summer of 2011 and it has been a constant companion while working on our family trees. I believe the final resting spot is just as important as finding where our long lost relative started out and where their life journey took them.|
A huge Thanks to all the volunteers who have helped us in the past and those who will help us in the future. We will keep uploading headstones as our way of "Paying it forward".
Please feel free to use any picture I have added. Permission is granted as soon as that picture has been uploaded. It really makes my heart happy if I was the lucky one who added a photo that you can use in your family tree and on your continued quest to discover your family history.
We are researching: Gannon, Gatz, Henneberry, Hopkins, Marcotte, Young, Colbert, Dorff, Dronkers, Farquharson & VandeBurg.
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Dewilton is in Sec. B, Lot 137, space 5
Added by at on Jun 23, 2016 1:17 PM
|Dawn Colbert||Colbert Family|
I've noticed u added flowers on different Colbert memorial pages. R u related to family n if so how? My husband is a Colbert. His Grandpa was Andy G Colbert. I'm working on that family n trying to locate old family photos. Maybe we can help each other out with family info!
Bowling Green, Mo
|Allen White||Veteran Archibald McDonald|
I am requesting information about Archibald McDonald. His wife was Annie according to the 1880 US Federal Census. His only daughter, as far as I know, was Margaret McDonald who was born in San Francisco. Archibald came to the US in 1859 and joined the Civil War effort in the Navy and ended up in San Francisco. I am searching for any information about Annie his wife and his daughter Margaret who was born in 1879. Archibald died in 1902, was his wife buried beside him. The 1900 US Federal Census shows him as a widower. Where was she buried? Margaret was a school teacher living in Oakland for years. Approx date of death is 1955 or 1957. Can't find out anything through the CTA or Strss. I want to find out where she died and was buried. She never married-typical of school teachers in the 30s and 40s. Anyone with info. please email me firstname.lastname@example.org
|dianneh||Julia Clay Maher|
Sorry, that is not 1616 but 1919.
Added by dianneh on Mar 15, 2016 1:33 AM
|dianneh||Family of James Colbert|
My Great Aunt was Julia Clay Maher. She was born 11 June 1894 in Missouri and married my Great Uncle Frank Maher probably around 1616 in California. Her obit says that she had a sister Mrs. C.B. Hough whom I have found her name to be Hattie. It appears that she may have been the daughter of James Buchanan Colbert. Does any of this sound right?
Added by dianneh on Mar 15, 2016 1:32 AM
|GariochGraver||RE: Farquharons in Tullich|
Yes, that's fine, just download from webpage. We visited Tullich graveyard a few years ago and you could access the ruin then. However, on our recent visit it was surrounded by security fencing with wooden joists holding up the walls!
|GariochGraver||Farquharons in Tullich|
Thanks for edit which I've corrected. Glad it was of help.
|patricia daudelin mccraney||William Laird Atkinson, Jr|
Thank you for the photo!
|Scooter T||RE: Farquharson|
I am delighted to be of service to my colleagues in the genealogical community. And thank you for the personal photos. What a handsome young man is Kenneth. I have transferred both memorials to your tender care. I'm not sure if you have seen it but I have about a dozen or so Farquharsons scattered across the parishes in Jamaica, and one in Belize. Are any of these your people?
|patricia daudelin mccraney||William Atkinson|
Thank you for the transfer! I will take good care of it.
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