|Brenda King (#47980155)|
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I live in California with my husband and three children. I enjoy learning about my ancestors. I grew up a block away from the Salt Lake City Cemetery where my sisters and many of my ancestors were buried. I was fascinated by it and enjoy walking through it and exploring it. Cemeteries are definitely historical landmarks that connect us with those who have passed on.|
I signed up to be a photo volunteer but found locating the graves in the cemetery in my small town to be difficult and plot locations confusing. I decided the best way to fulfill the requests was to start photographing the whole cemetery. It will take me a while but I hope to eventually get it done.
If I have created a memorial for your loved one I'd love for you to take it over. Please contact me through the appropriate ways and I'll turn it over to you (unless, of course, it is my family member too).
If I do turn a memorial over to you all I ask is that you maintain it with respect remembering that it isn't just important to you but to others who have attachments to it also. If you are no longer able to take care of it please turn it over to another family member of the person memorialized or someone else who will maintain it with respect.
When I post pictures of the graves I am doing it for their family members and close friends so please feel free to download them for personal and family use.
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|Bob Peters||RE: William and Esther Maland|
Ester's plot # is A-3-1-3
William's plot # A-3-1-2
I found these on namesinstone.com
|Amy Barry||RE: Pieter Fontyn|
You are welcome. I enjoy doing it.
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||News & Obits|
Brenda, I will email you news and obituaries
of the Shipleys with Shipley in the subject
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Ann Shipley|
Well, I had the photos straightened, enhanced and cropped so they
would be ready to upload. That's a grand picture of Ann! It makes a
big difference on a memorial to add the person photo. You are very
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||RE: Pultneyville Shipleys|
You are most welcome, Brenda. It was a joy
to find all these Shipleys
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||Shipley|
On the lot with Waters Shipley, I found Ann, wife of Waters (1816-1893)
Arthur (1853-1903), Elizabeth (1842-1891), Joseph, son of Waters and
Ann (dates from Genweb Feb. 26, 1853, 16 yr)
With William Shipley is his wife Elizabeth (d. July 22, 1863, 78 yr)
James (1808-1893) and Hannah (1815-1894)
John (Oct. 12, 1821- July 26, 1892) and Melissa. (Feb. 17, 1832-Dec. 14,
Charles (1860-1958) and Jennie (1861-1941)
|Paul Sutton Kamalsky||Shipleys|
Brenda, I made my first trip to Pultneyville today accompanied by
Daryl Verstraete and we found a vast number of Shipleys, including
your Waters, whom I recall reporting to you as unlisted. I know not
how they are all related. For the ones for whom there are memorials
I will upload the stones. The others I will give you the info for
|Suzanne Reinhart||RE: Alden Burdick|
This may be a duplicate. I wasn't sure how to handle it, but since his name is mentioned on her tombstone, and I verified that is his grave, I decided to add it.
|Row Walker||Thank you|
for your recent photo of the marker for Corp Freda June Ball Bates. I believe that, unless her family claims her, the contribution is now completed. You kind consideration is greatly appreciated.
Hi Brenda, Thanks for the pictures of the Shreffler graves. Your efforts are greatly appreciated !!
Added by Steve on Mar 15, 2013 4:26 PM
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