|David Benner (#47763412)|
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I'm only a couple of years into Genealogy and I love it. I've found my roots back to the Revolutionary War and even back to the Mayflower! Connecting pictures of graves together is awesome. I've connected the pictures from myself back to the Civil War so far. |
I love exploring and looking for a stone that someone is looking for. Just finding some cemeteries that are in my local area, is an adventure. I didn't know that there were so many, some hidden in the woods and some behind churches that can't be seen from the road. Finding them is like finding gold!
Don't hesitate to give me advice or ask me to look for a stone! Again, I enjoy this!
A fellow traveler,
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|GregoryB||Thank you for the photo|
David.. Thank you so very much for the photo of my 3x Great Grandfather's grave. He was born 1793 on Rathlin Island in North Ireland. He seemed to follow his children to Maine after/during the Potato famine and did become a US Citizen before his death. Thanks again for the help.
Added by GregoryB on Apr 18, 2012 9:49 PM
|mcphail||McPhails in St John Cemetery|
Thank you, David, for taking and posting the photos of the marker for these McPhails. I appreciate it very much!
Added by mcphail on Apr 18, 2012 3:35 PM
|nick white||carrie and walter crane|
I would just like to say thanks David for all your help, I'm very grateful.
|Amy Levesque||Benjamin Maker|
Thank you very much for the good photo of Benjamin and Sarah's gravesite. It is very much appreciated!
Amy Maker Levesque
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