|Nathan Haines (#46775496)|
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If you notice any mistakes in my info on any pages I made please let me know and I will fix it.|
If you want to use my pictures in your family research files or whatever it is fine with me.
If I have added any pictures to any pages that do not look too good and you would like a better picture of the gravestone be sure and ask and I will see if I can possibly get a better picture.
I am a direct descendant of the Richard Haines who left England aboard the ship "Amity" in 1682. He died on the ship and his wife and kids settled in NJ. Richard was my 6th Great Grandfather. There are a lot of Haines in the US from this Richard. Nathan Haines of OH was my Gr Grandfather. Ebenezer Haines who married Rebecca Berry was his father. Nathan Haines married Sarah Iiams in Grant Co., IN. I have also done a lot of research on the Iiams name. My Grandfather E. Morton Haines was born in Grant Co., IN in 1865 and moved to OR in 1892 where he lived out his life. I have a lot of family connections to Grant Co., IN.
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|DN||RE: Ben B Twombly|
Thanks Nathan. The pictures look great. I really appreciate it.
Added by DN on Mar 16, 2014 10:06 PM
Thank you for the pictures. I appreciate it. Carol
|Angie Robinson||Leigh Whitford|
Thanks for the photo!
|Jan Dahlquist||Mary Ellis Bame|
thank you! Still haven't figured out how on findagrave to have a woman listed with two married names. We'll see what the owner of her memorial does with the info.
|William Nees||Lincoln Memorial Park|
Thank you very much for taking the photographs for me.
|Richard Kleinschmidt||RE: Adell Ina Katt|
No problem at this time
|djtruitt||James L. Chapman|
Thank you so much for taking the picture of James L. Chapman's gravestone in the Willamette National Cemetery. I really appreciate the extra time and care you took to trim the grass and clean the stone. I know what you mean about finding a time to get a picture of a stone when it is in just the right light, and I appreciate all of your efforts very much. The picture looks great - a fitting tribute to one of our nation's veterans.
Thank you again for everything.
Debbie Truitt, Ottumwa, Iowa
Added by djtruitt on Mar 13, 2014 4:19 PM
|Barbzweig||RE: Frances Emma Compton|
As always, lovely photo. Thank you for your extra effort and time. I greatly appreciate your help :-)
|Katharine Wilson||RE: Jim and Miriam Beasley|
Thanks for the note. It reminded me that I had noticed that you cleaned the marker before taking the pictures. I even showed my husband how clean it looked in the picture. Thank you for your attention to detail.
Thanks for the offer for further pictures. I will be taking you up on that offer when I get a bit further on my research.
Happy Spring!-Katharine Sylvester Beasley Wilson
|Katharine Wilson||"Jim and Miriam" Beasley|
Not trusting myself due to lack of knowledge and lack of photographic skill, I requested photos of my parents' grave. I felt guilty doing it because I live so close.But now that you have fulfilled the request, I know it was the right decision. The pictures are excellent. Thank you so very much for taking and adding not just one, but several, to their memorials.
As I have finally begun doing Family History seriously I have become fascinated with Find-a-Grave. The ability to see graves of family members, whether I knew them or not, has an emotion to it that I am unable to put a word to. I am so very happy to be able to have the Find-a-Grave photos available.
The other impressive thing about Find-a-Grave is the volunteers. So many people taking their time to do for others, almost always people they have never even met. There really is a lot of goodness in this crazy world of ours.
Thank you Nathan for your generous help in my Family History quest.
Katharine Sylvester Beasley Wilson
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