|Scrib & Barb Kelly (#46884407)|
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We began the hobby of genealogy in 1998. |
Most notably is our connection to those first arriving on the Mayflower (William Bradford, James Chilton, Stephen Hopkins, Elizabeth Fisher and Francis Cooke).
You have our permission to use any of the photos we have taken for your personal use. Glad we could help.
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|Gary Levy||RE: Luebbert Graves A St. Jospehs Cemetery|
I will look for Margaret's site, today or tomorrow.
I did not see any crosses in that area, but I could have missed it.
|graveseeker||RE: Stanley photos|
You are very welcome :)
The weather has been nice and I am having fun doing it! If there else I can help you will, please don't hesitate to send me an email.
I'll be heading back this afternoon or tomorrow to try and get a photo of Moses Stanley.
|Michelle Jones||RE: Sieg / Troglin graves|
|AlwaysCarol||RE: Di Santo--- Shiloh Cemetery|
Thank You. I am not related to anyone at Shiloh but I live next door and like to go over on Sunday afternoons and try to take pictures and find the ones related to each other.
You guys have done a wonderful job and I hope to be able to add to your work.
|L. Ellis||Andrew Jackson Scribner|
Hannah Webster & Samuel Scribner are my 7th Great Grand Parents.
Added by L. Ellis on May 06, 2013 6:02 AM
|CopeSullivan||RE: Hannah and Martha Damon|
You're Welcome. My pleasure.
|Jerry Swain||RE: Baker Graves @ Lakeside|
I'm happy I could find these graves for you and I also found some of my relatives in this cemetery.
|Jo Burroughs||RE: Duke & Standridge Photos|
So glad I was able to help you locate your family members at Shiloh Baptist. Yes you have my permission to use any of the Duke & Standridge photos for your ancestry use. If you need any photos taken in the Stephens/Franklin/Banks County areas and I can be of help, please email me & let me know.
|Keith Marley||Jane Elizabeth Stryker Hoagland|
The Mill Lane Cemetery is very small, however after looking at each stone I could not find Jane's marker.
There were only a few that were eroded so bad or face down that no markings were shown, so I'm not sure if they could be one for her.
I'm going to go by again and will take a better cemetery photo that shows it better.
|Kristen Lee||RE: Woodruff Graves|
Scrib and Barb,
I'm happy that I was able to bring you some closure. Some of the missing stones in Greenwood have been replaced with new ones, and I was hopeful that your ancestors would be among them, but unfortunately that was not the case. I'm always happy to help in any way that I can :)
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