|Sue Butterfield Picard (#47207644)|
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I began researching my ancestry in 1976 at the age of 23. I was extremely lucky to still have many living grandparents, great aunts and uncles whom shared so much information, photo's, and stories with me. They have filled my life with the love of searching for more..."Family Ties are Precious Bonds that passing Time endures..." from poem by Elizabeth M. Gerus|
NOTE: You have my permission to use any photo I've taken and posted on FAG in your own family research. A note of credit would be appreciated, but not neccessary. I'm photographing to share and for others to use...
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|Chris May||Oshawa Pioneers|
Thank you for your good work! I've used your pics on my Luke ancestors.
|T Henry||Emery Haskel Hubbell|
Found him, although the folks who tried to find a picture of the grave weren't successful in locating it. I've modified my suggested edits.
Added by T Henry on May 30, 2015 3:02 PM
Hi Sue! I left a couple suggested edits for some of your Hubbells. It occurs to me that you can ignore the edit that places Frank Koch 95894222 as the father of Paul Hubbell 80853285. While Frank Koch was legally married to Le(o)na Koch (née Walsh), Frank Koch was not Paul Hubbell's biological father. The biological father was Emery Haskel Hubbel, and I've yet been able to find a grave record for him.
If it's easier, you can transfer the Paul Hubbell and Le(o)na Walsh memorials to me, since they're my direct ancestors on my dad's mom's side (Virginia Hubbell, daughter of Paul Hubbell and still living), but I'll leave that decision up to you. As long as the memorials are taken care of, I'm happy either way, and I sure appreciate the hard work and effort that goes into making a memorial, hunting down the grave, taking the pic, etc.
Added by T Henry on May 30, 2015 2:58 PM
|Deborah Ridgway||Dorothy Patrow|
Thanks Sue....I know how hard it is when they don't find where buried. I had given James the cemetery location but guess he hadn't changed it
|Maureen||Hall + Colwell Edits|
Good Morning, Sue!
Thank you for the information on Lewis and Florence (Hall) Colwell. As you can see in the memorial photos, the plot is very overgrown and it is hard to see the gravestone. I really wish the groundsman would prune the bush back!
Have a great day!
Added by Maureen on May 27, 2015 5:40 AM
|Senior Girl||RE: Randall|
thx much! appreciate your help and fast reply!
|jpaff||Marie Clara Goetz Vollendorf|
Thank you so much for the updates to the memorial record you manage. It means so much.
Added by jpaff on May 26, 2015 5:23 PM
Thank you for the death certificate. It means a lot.
Added by Metti on May 25, 2015 2:21 PM
Thanks for the update on Find a grave! We appreciate you!!
|John McCartney||Archie Eugene McCartney|
Thank you for the note on Archie. I've updated his memorial. Are you related? I'd be happy to transfer. He came to my attention due to his surname and location, both of which are of interest to me. But, at this point, there's no smoking gun that he is related to me.
John McCartney, Seattle
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