|Kelly F (#46978330)|
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I'm a Michigander, born and raised in Michigan, been here my entire life. Looking to move somewhere warm and sunny year round (okay in my dreams that is). I've been working on my family history approximately 8 years. Recently I've started doing genealogy for others, it gives me something to do from home with 3 active children running around. Now that the weather is getting nicer I've been volunteering my time to findagrave because of the fact that it is something I can do with my kids, and they love it because they are outside. My oldest son who is almost 9 especially likes looking for veterans, he is going to be a soldier when he grows up. I feel like findagrave is rewarding because I am able to give to others, as I hope this helps them find closure, or advancement in their research. My husband Nick and I have been married 10 yrs in Sept. of this year. He finds my genealogy boring although going out looking for graves is now cool (as of yesterday). Keep the request comin'! Sep. 2008 - So much has changed in the last few months!!! Findagrave.com is still one of my favorite websites. I don't have nearly the time I did when I first started volunteering though. All three of my children as well as my husband and I are going to school now. My husband is studing to become a pharmacist and I'm going into nursing. In our spare time (lol), we have not only been taking photos of graves but restoring them. I hope you will take a minute to look at our new website. I've also noticed that request in macomb county michigan have been few and far between please send the requests!|
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|Bonnie Brown||Transfer of A Grave for my mom, dad, and brother|
Would you transfer my mother, Juanita Mae King to me? Her's is Find A Grave Memorial# 27233039? Also, my dad Jerry Mar King Find A Grave Memorial# 27233042 and my brother, Ronald L. King Find A Grave Memorial# 27233027? Thanks my name is Bonnie Brown (#48441002). I would really appreciate it!! Thank you for all you do.
|Elsie Neville Goodrich||Roberta Neville Clark|
Kelly, first, thank you and your family for all the work you have done on Find A Grave. Second would you transfer my sister, Roberta N. Neville Clark # 27233114 to me. My number is 48338823. I know you are very busy so that is why I have waited to make this second request. If you wish to transfer my brother-in-law Roy G Clark #27233121 I would be glad to accept. I know under Find A Grave rules I can only ask for my sister to be transferred. Thank you for any transfers for the Clark family besides my sister you wish to make. I have lots of information available for them. Elsie Neville Goodrich
|Elsie Neville Goodrich||re: Alice L Clark|
Thank you for changing the date of death to the date of birth for Alice L Clark #27233145. There are other family members looking for this family and now they will know she is still very much alive. Elsie Neville Goodrich
|Pennsylvania Lady||Mary & Merton Briggs|
What's with the rabbit photos?
Are you sure they were in an auto accident together?
|Sandra M||Miller memorial|
27030469. The birth and death dates seem to be reversed.
Added by Sandra M on May 04, 2012 10:47 AM
Hello. I linked the memorials you suggested. I also linked Thomas Nelson and his wife "Elsie A. Farmer". Elsie's full name is Elizabeth Anna Fox
b. 29 Dec 1861 in Avon, Oakland Co., MI
d. 21 Nov 1956 in Oakland Co., MI. Thanks for the help.
|Warren Coon||Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Dryden|
Arthur Herbert Howard monument picture, you did a better job than what I did
|mst2u||Spring Hill Cem.|
Hi! Can you tell me if the list of the interred at Spring Hill Cemetery is complete? I ask because I'm looking for a George Casterline who died with his 2 bother in laws, Darius and Lanson Lossing in an explosion accident.
Added by mst2u on May 06, 2011 5:22 PM
|Carole Alden||permission to use|
Thank you,Kelly, for taking pictures at Lakeside Cemetery. I'm working on the Hastings family there and there are a lot. Find A Grave is such a big help in sorting out everyone. I wanted to thank you for taking the Cemetery Photo. I once wasn't getting much information from a much older relative, but after seeing the cemetery photo, she lit right up and remembered going there before, and she remembered some things. Wonderful leads for me to follow that may have been lost with the help from people like you. May I use a copy of your picture of Lakeside Cemetery at my tree at Ancestry.com? I would give your name as the person who took it and also say that you posted it at the Find A Grave website. Thank you
|Penny Aylmer||Micheal Girardot|
I would just like to say Thank you for the work u have done as I was searching for information on my cousin and found this site by accident. It was very emotional to be able to see the memorial plaque that I may never see in person as I live in England. Keep up the good work. Penny
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