As genealogists, we are also inclined to feel as comfortable in a cemetery as in the dark corners of a library doing research. Helping others find their roots in any small way is a joy. One of the biggest breaks we got in one of our family lines came from information found on a cemetery monument. This has become quite a fun hobby for us!!
Fort Leavenworth Natl Cemetery I wonder if I may have your permission to use your cemetery photo on my family website. Check it out at www.freienmuth-shortridge.com/shortridge/cemeteries.html. This is how I'd be using the photos and obituaries I find on Find A Grave, with 'used with permission' in the caption.
Elias A Myers I was glad to find Elias in Find a Grave. He died while serving in Civil War. Elias was the oldest son of my GGG grandparents James & MaryAnn (Matthews) Myers. He was living in WY county KS when he signed up. Many, many thanks to you!
Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery Hi Ed n Edna, Are you still able to photograph in Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery? A few of us are trying to push to get most of it shot more sooner than later. I'm really proud of Ken and Walter who are really working hard and have gotten the percentage up to 50 percent shot. So, if you're willing, I've set up some virtual cemeteries to help organize where we shoot since it's really hard to tell what's already been shot. We would love to have your help. Thanks so much for all you've done already. Look forward to hearing from you, Mary Ann
RE: george reardon HI. there is a George Reardon in the Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery Fort Leavenworth Leavenworth County Kansas, USA Plot: P, 296 I'm wondering if your close and able to take a pic for me. can you tell me, what newspapers are close and possibly would have his obituary in it? thnk you.
George Reardon Hi. I'm doing some family research and I'm wondering if you knew george reardon 3662945! memorial. he was a good friend of my mothers, and I'm wondering if he was in the military and ever lived in cleveland,ohio. can you tell me more about him?
Mt. Pleasant Cemetery - Martin City, MO Hello, Ed and Edna! I saw that you had posted some photos of Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in Jackson Co., MO. My son is doing an Eagle Project and we just got a design approved last night for a bronze plaque/sign for this cemetery - it currently has no sign. Feel free to get in touch with me if you'd like to know more or have any feedback. Leslie :)
12228246- H.C. Train Thank you again for taking a picture of H.C Train and family's stone in the Union Cemetery. The stone is now broken in half, the column is off of the lower portion. I did not recognize it when looking for it last Friday. Once again, thank you.