|Cheryl M. (#46619548)|
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Each cemetery is unique and has its own atmosphere. I enjoy the experience of slipping into that atmosphere and being taken back in time. The tombstones are silent witnesses to lives lived in earlier days. In my mind I form the sounds that once were their names and wonder about them. Were they builders, healers, dreamers? Did they do their best or just get by? Are they remembered? Do others have their faces, still know their names? |
Once, I took a cemetery and tried to answer those questions. I transcribed the gravestone inscriptions, looked up obituaries and death records. Little by little, the stories of the people who rested in that cemetery emerged. I came to know the trusted bus driver, the lumbermill hero, the town founder who planted trees, the pioneer merchant, and the Englishwoman who helped birth a new community out of the wilderness. This cemetery rests beneath a spectacular mountain and bears its name--Mount Si Memorial Cemetery.
Each of us has their own reasons for visiting cemeteries, transcribing gravestone inscriptions, and taking photographs. It's personal why we do what we do. But it's also giving back to our society and helping to remember the people who went before us. There were so many and each of them lived their lives one day at a time, just like us.
Feel free to contact me about any memorials or photos I've posted.
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|Debra Dennis||RE: Photo of Bert Van Vorst's Gravestone|
Thank you and you are most welcome.
|Martin W Johnson||RE: Wm. H. McCuen|
also found on ancestry.com the 1890 lincoln co., washington veterans census. it has many pages for lincoln co. it has william H. mccuen co. I. 10th minn. inft. notes at bottom of page says he has applied for a pension.
|Darcel Kashmark||RE: Konieczny Gravestone Photos|
You're very welcome - always glad to help.
I'm related by blood to 31 souls at St. Joseph's, and to over 90% by marriage - it is a sacred place for me. I'm also working on a very extensive family tree if your husband ever wants to know about some of his Konieczny relatives - just let me know at email@example.com. (I am also on Ancestry.com)
May I ask if your husband knows how he is related to George and Annie Konieczny? I might already have him in the family tree - but those family members that left Minnesota have been very hard to find (not all states have contributed their birth/marriage records to Ancestry.com - and young generations have few records available at all).
If he prefers to remain anonymous, I totally understand!
Wonderful to meet you!
|Beth.Bailey||RE: Hudson Gravestone Photos|
You are welcome for the picture(s).
Glad we could do it for ya :-)
The snow kinda adds to the photo,doesn't it ?
Take care & have a great day,
~ Beth ~
|Barbara Pargament||RE: Gardners in Coulterville Cemetery|
You are welcome
|Jo Bengtson Sivley||Carrie Caroline and hus are linked :)|
oops...forgot my mother, Marjorie Ann McLean!
I am a female. Here's my line.
chevy-Gladys June Allen-Frederick Birdine Allen-Nancy Taylor Allen-Birdine S Taylor-Thomas Taylor.....is my maternal fourth great grandfather.
|Phil & Kathi||RE: Taylors in Dale Cemetery|
You may NOT appreciate it soon! LOL
I got home from work last night and had SEVERAL "corrections", links and misc info on them from a guy who I assume is a cousin of yours. I sent him a message saying I was going to transfer them to you, and asked him to hold off on the requests and resubmit them later. I also told him that I thought you were probably going to make all the links anyway.
Again, let me know if there's anything we can do to help!
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