|13th Generation Fairbanks in America (#48218542)|
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This site serves as a database so that present and future generations can find those they seek. It is used by professional genealogists, as well as amateurs, and is owned by Ancestry.com. If you've used Ancestry and found a link to Find A Grave, it is because of the work of many volunteers who pursue this endeavor with an earnest regard to preserve history for future generations. I was able to trace our family back 13 generations in America (arriving in 1633) with the aid of Ancestry and those who contribute to this site, and it is my desire to "pay it forward" by doing the same for others.|
Please keep in mind that this pursuit is completely done by VOLUNTEERS who spend countless hours in this dedicated effort. There is no need to feel offended if you find your relatives listed by a contributor, for that is the purpose of this site (after all, isn't that why you have come here?).
Please feel free to ask for a transfer if you find one of your relatives posted here by me (or any other contributor). Most folks will gladly transfer relatives to family members. Please state your relationship to the person in the listing and use the edit tab on the memorial to request the transfer. If you don't wish to manage the memorial, I will gladly add any biographical information you would like.
My primary focus at present lies in photo-documenting the final resting places of veterans. I once found a poem written on a memorial for a young soldier and it stays with me. I believe it was originally from a speech at the conclusion of the Civil War. In part: "Nor shall your glory be forgot while Fame her record keeps; for Honor marks the hallowed spot where Valor proudly sleeps". I am privileged to preserve these markers for future generations. After all, their valor is our heritage.
History is made every day...ALWAYS REMEMBER!
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|Theresa Bond||George T Kehoe|
Thank you so much for all the work you do. Seeing my Dad's headstone means so much to me.
thnx so much for your very fast service in providing this foto
time and service are valuable and precious
thnx for sharing them
Added by No8Do on Jul 24, 2016 11:17 AM
thanks for the help. I put it in the one you pointed out. the obit said it was located in glenside? It really stumped me.
I need some help if you don't mind?? I have a memorial #167205749. The obit says burial at Saint lukes RCC church, which I take as roman catholic church but I have not been able to find the correct one. Could you go to the memorial and put in the edit for the correct one? I know you are familiar with the area more than I am. Thanks so much. My edits have been even slower (lol) than usual as I have a knee injury and cannot sit for more than 15 minutes at a time so I thank you in advance.
|Joan Pacitti||Keeping cool|
Hi: I'm keeping as cool as possible. I'm very thankful not to be living in high humidity states such as Florida or in triple digit states like out West. Arizona comes to mind there because I have relatives out there. Even though there's no humidity hot is hot!!!!
I remember when no one had air. I don't even want to remember that.
Take care and keep as cool as possible.
|Joan Pacitti||Anna Palmieri's memorial|
I entered the plot number for Mrs. Palmieri. I want you to know that I love the flowers you put on her memorial page.
Thank you so much for the transfers of my family and for all the pictures and bio's that you post
Added by TJS on Jul 14, 2016 8:34 PM
|d huddleston||THANK YOU!!|
Thank you for your time and effort taking the photo of Raymond McIvers gravestone. It is greatly appreciated!
|Susan I. Grills||your bio|
Just looked at your bio. Well said!
|magbett||Joseph E Loughlin|
Thanks for noting my Uncle. He was a proud American and voluntarily joined the Army during the Korean "Conflict" three brothers fought in WW Ii. He often wrote letters to editors and OP Ed pieces about direction and issues of our Country. In his
Later years, he became more concerned over the America he loved and what was occurring.
Many family members fought for America from
Revolution onwards, including POW's in WWII., Civil War including Gettysburgh and infamous
Andersonville plus some made ultimate sacrifice
I am slowly adding genealogy to Find A Grave and request a transfer to my management. ... You may refer to my link should you wish if you need for your Veteran List ... I just want to avoid confusion to family as I add links
Listed my Uncle under. 166265459
Added by magbett on Jul 10, 2016 10:30 PM
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