|B Long (#47635690)|
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|Have been doing genealogy on my family for almost 35 years. Like helping others find their family roots and volunteer my time.|
My family surnames include Richardson,Reedy, Haggerty,Petro,Larimore,Sutton,Frazee,Spivey, Kernodle,Smoot,Whitesides,Austin,Lewis,Darter, Davis,Fiant,George and many more.
Please do not use any of my photos on other web sites without my permission.
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|Mike Brown||Whiteside graves|
Just posted photo of stone for Andrew Whitesides. I also discovered among the colleted ruins there a stone for a Lutecia, daughter of "A & M Whiteside" who died May 14, 1851 at age 16 yrs., 5 m. 11 d. I'll post this one, too, in case there is a connection.
My name is Margie Walsh Warren from Kearney, Nebraska. My grandmother was Margaret Ellen Hagerty, born in Cascade, Sheboygan, WI. Her grandfather was Jeremiah Hagerty, born abt 1814 in County Cork Ireland. I think it would be safe to say that Andrew.... Charles... Jeremiah Hagerty were more than likely brothers, all born in county cork and all living close to each other in Wisconsin. Any thoughts on this?
My tree on Ancestry is Margie's Masterpiece in Progress
|Bob||Turney updates and transfers|
Thank you very much...
Added by Bob on Apr 07, 2015 9:17 AM
|Thomas Brandenburg||Pictures for the graves|
Thanks for getting the pictures of my mother and my uncle . thanks means alot.
|LaDon Brennan||Adam Ely|
Thanks so much for this photo, and for getting such a clear reading of this old, buried stone. It is great that at least a photo will be preserved for future generations.
Added by Bob on Apr 02, 2015 7:42 AM
|Earl Gabbard||Photos for Bivon and Katholean Fowler|
Thank you much for your time and effort to provide the Gravestone pictures for these folks. I do appreciate it.
|Gladys Turner Dinkeloo||Bunch Family|
Thank you so much for the photos of my Bunch family in Lick Creek Cemetery. I appreciate it very much. Have a great day.
|AnnS||Marjorie Joan Helmsing|
Thank you so much! I guess I better set up a page for her mother. It really helped to have the marker for the infants she lost.
Added by AnnS on Mar 27, 2015 10:13 PM
|crawlings||Howard "Ronald" Jarrett|
Thank you for making the photo of the marker for Howard Jarrett. Thank you for being a Find-A-Grave volunteer and providing this service for those of us far from the gravesite.
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