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Hi and thanks for "digging in" and checking me out, I "gravely" appreciate it!|
I enjoy researching and finding out about my past ancestors and locating where they are buried. I feel that each and everyone of them are important and that no ancestor should be left behind. For me, it's not about who has the most numbers, for me its about being connected with the past and helping others.
I thank all the wonderful volunteers who have shared their spare time with us in order to take pictures of headstones for me and thousands of others who are trying to get in touch with there past, I truly appreciate each and every one of you, thanks!
If you find that I have posted incorrect information, or you have updated information please send me an email with the individuals FAG number along with the information and I would be happy to update the information. I try to be as accurate as I can but, please keep in mind that sometimes mistakes are made, please help me keep all of them correct.
The Best person to keep up a memorial page is a family member. Please let me know your connection to them and I will be happy to transfer them to you if your connection to them is closer then mine! It is not about having the most Memorials, It is about remembering those who have passed away and doing the best we can at being accurate. As each Memorial is created, treat it as you would a precious loved one.
If you have any information on any of my family surnames please contact me.
The below names in my family tree are only a partial list of my main surnames.
And many, many, many more :)
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|Michael J. Rea||Thelda Frey|
I was just bye Telda's grave site yesterday. To date she doesn't have a headstone memorial yet.I will post as soon as she has one.
|Dan Ryan||Myrtle Johnston|
Myrtle was cremated & must have had her ashes spread or buried on her husband's grave as she is without a marker.
I have submitted a photo of John Johnston's marker. Let me know if you would like the photo removed.
Added by Dan Ryan on Mar 20, 2014 2:59 PM
|Thea Goodman||Mabel Massey b. 1907, d. 2004|
I couldn't find a Mabel Massey in cemetery bit I did find her:
Laura Conner MASSEY
Augusta Memorial Park Cemetery
Woodruff County, Arkansas
June 8, 1898 - May 18, 1990
perhaps she is related?
Not sure the Ruby Gardner you requested was the one you really wanted. There was also a Ruby Gardner buried beside Floyd Gardner. I took a photo of her headstone also and posted it to her memorial. Chris
Added by macso on Mar 14, 2014 2:52 PM
|Linda Stockton||Zane McMahan|
I added the updated picture of his stone. Didn't know if you wanted to leave both on or not. He died March 19, 2013 in Grand Junction, Mesa County, CO
|Linda Stockton||RE: Zane McMahan Photo Requst|
Duh!!! So sorry. I must have had a brain freeze. Yes, I will surely take care of that for you. Hopefully they have that date on there, depending on when he passed. I will try to get out there the first part of next week.
|Linda Stockton||Zane McMahan|
I accepted the request for a photo for Mr. McMahan. Thank goodness I checked before I drove out to the cemetery, went to the office, looked it up and then went into the Veterans and found the stone. All in all, "Anonymous" had already put the picture on. Not sure if was there already or what. Just glad I didn't spend the gas and the time.
|Matthew Vanderbilt||RE: Quinton Rogers|
Unfortunately, I don't have a photo or other details. This is the information I pulled from Ancestry.com:
Iowa, Cemetery Records, 1662-1999
about Quinton Rogers
Name: Quinton Rogers
Birth Date: 1810
Death Date: 1897
Burial Location: Cedar Rapids, Linn
Cemetery: Oak Hill
Source: Tombstone Records of Linn County, Iowa
Page Number: 274
Ancestry.com. Iowa, Cemetery Records, 1662-1999 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.
Original data: Works Project Administration. Graves Registration Project. Washington, D.C.: n.p., n.d.
These cemetery records represent seventy-six counties in Iowa which were transcribed by the Works Project Administration.
|Carol||RE: John J Twomey|
Is that something you might want to put in the memorial to explain the difference?
Added by Carol on Dec 16, 2013 7:21 PM
|Tom White||Gillilands at Grove Hill|
Have pictures if John W, Mary E, and John Wayne Gilliland. Will post by 2:30.
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