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I have been doing genealogy for about ten years now. I am a member of the DAR and Mayflower Society, and I am constantly working to find and document anything interesting about family members. It is a very consuming hobby, but the rewards are great.|
If anyone finds mistakes, needs to add info or needs me to make any changes at all just let me know. PLEASE USE THE EDIT TAB on the memorial page, it does make it easier for me to do quickly.
I do appreciate any extra info that I can add to my memorials. If I have taken a picture and it is not clear please let me know and I will be glad to go retake it, or if you would like a higher quality sent to you by email, I will try to do that.
SSW- means side by side with, usually on same stone.
The Proper Way to Clean a Headstone
from the International Association of Cemetery Preservationists
It is recommended that clean clear natural spring water only be used for cleaning historical cemetery structures. Do NOT use harsh chemicals, high pressure hoses or equipment, or abrasive tools of any kind.
Use soft-bristled brushes with natural or plastic bristles. Never use a wire brush or any metal object for cleaning. Automobile detailing brushes are very handy for cleaning historic headstones and monuments.
At one time it was recommended to use shaving cream as a cleaning agent on headstones and monuments. This came about when cemetery photography became more popular and inscriptions couldn't be read well. Do NOT use shaving cream to clean headstones or monuments. It has now been found to damage the stone because of the often high levels of alcohol and menthol in the shaving cream.
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This is a duplicate of Margaret Jane McQuiston # 125081710 & yours Margaret J. McQuiston Lytle # 61296221.
Thank you Doug Grover
|Sharon Hicks GieseTemplin||RE: John S. Hendershot|
Looks like he lived a long live. Thank you for updating me on what you found. I was searching for his children though, his oldest daughter Catharine, I have had no luck on.
Thanks for the Hanna edits, I do appreciate it.
Added by Harlon on Aug 02, 2015 8:14 PM
Thank you so much for the transfer of my grandparents. I will work on these memorials in the weeks to come with information. Very much appreciate your thoughtful transfer!
Added by Marsha on Aug 02, 2015 1:45 PM
|Paul Myers||RE: Frank Myers|
Thank you for your assistance.
|Paul Myers||Frank Myers|
Frank Newton Myers was the older brother of my grandfather, Willis Gailey Myers, of Princeton. Frank's 1st wife was Bessie Hogue, b 11/14/1889, d 01/27/1942. Russell H. Myers was their son.
Frank's 2nd wife was Elba Hazen. I don't have any info on Elba.
Frank's father and mother were, John B. Myers and Mary Ellen Gibson, both buried at Hermon-Union Cemetery, S. R. Twp., Princeton. They and Willis are already in the find a grave database.
I am an SAR, so best wishes to you!
Thank you so much for the transfer of GUncle Zemiriah. He's from a large family of 16 siblings spread over the US, so it's like a homecoming.
Added by Chantal on May 11, 2015 3:07 PM
|Gerry Freed||Eleanor Reed-Edgerton Thomas|
Thank You So Very Much !!
In HIS Service
|Diana Caldwell||Jewell Coleman - Farmington Cem.|
Sorry did not mean to leave the picture question for you. Diana
|DJK||RE: Eleanor J Mayers & John J Mars|
Thank you Christina! I think I figured it out. I may simply be an alternate spelling of the family name.
Added by DJK on Apr 30, 2015 5:49 AM
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