|K Haymond (#46847827)|
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My grandmother was the first person to interest me in genealogy with all her old family photos and scrapbooks full of newspaper articles. I remember picking the peonies from her garden and then visiting the cemeteries to place them on gravestones.|
This fern peony was grown and nurtured in Rosalie Haymond's garden. After her passing, the peony now has a place of honor in our garden. This peony is now placed on graves out of respect and in remembrance of our ancestors.
There is a special place in my heart for all the infants and children that are the only member/s of their family to be buried at a particular cemetery. Find a Grave is a wonderful way to reconnect these children with their parents and families.
As a way to give back and help other searching families, we walk small cemeteries and then add the names that aren't already on Find a Grave. I photograph all the stones and add the photos to the memorials that are missing photos.
If you are related, we would very much like to hear from you. If we have a memorial for one of your loved ones, please contact us by clicking the edit tab on the upper right hand corner of the memorial and then clicking the suggest a correction link to ask for a transfer. Let us know your connection.
Please use the edit tab to send any corrections or links you would like made to memorials in our care.
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|John Gavin, FL||RE: John Haymond family|
I'm not in the Haymond lineage myself. Mary Pettyjohn Powers is probably my grandmother's G3GM and my G5GM. Mary was the second wife of William Haymond, born in 1716. And her first husband was Major Powers who died in 1788 in Harrison county. William was appointed as his probate assessor before he married Mary the following year.
This is fun, isn't it? The stories read like a novel and sometimes like a soap opera.
|John Gavin, FL||John Haymond family|
Excellent work on the John Haymond memorial! Great information for researchers!
|Jhere McKenzie||RE: Greenwood Hills Cemetery|
You are so welcome! I found Eugene and Louis the baby. Cheers, Jhere
|Peggy Bennett||RE: Gilbert Haymond|
I really felt bad that we were unable to find an actual headstone, my husband & I even felt the ground below the grass, thinking that grass had grown up over it, but there was nothing.
I hope that we have been a little help.
I did not know any of Jim's family. Would you like me to transfer Dwain and Ruth to you?
Do you know if these Robshaws are related to Jim Robshaw - born about 1942? I graduated from high school with Jim.
|Paul Rolfe||RE: Beatrice Robshaw|
Happy to help.
|Consuelo Delgado ||RE: Hoffman gravesite|
I had a list of 7 gravesites and only located yours, this was my first time doing this work. I am so glad you are pleased. thanks for the message.
|Mark Michaels||B.ELLEN SHARP GROVER|
Might be much less exciting to you... but I finally found B.Ellen Sharp Grover's grave! (Daughter of Charles T. and Lizzie Fisher Sharp).
Buried with husband Phillip, and sister M.Margarette Sharp, in Forest View Cemetery in Manitowoc, WI.
When I found Margarette, I couldn't figure why she was up there, with no other Sharps..., and not 100% sure it was the right Sharp. But didn't search Forest View for Grovers.
See Find A Grave Memorial# 141492430
And ... http://www.2manitowoc.com/89Cg.html
and ... http://www.2manitowoc.com/01d/89Cgroverphilipbellen.jpg
|Lorna Dunham DiRe||Dottie Alexander Simmons|
I have sent a slew of links your way for Dottie and I just wanted to say thank you for being so patient.
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