|Robert Givens (#46794208)|
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I have been doing genealogy for the past 50+ years. Much of my research has been in Pennsylvania with my mother's Pennsylvania Dutch ancestry. I love findagrave.com and though I haven't posted a lot of burials I use it as a resource all the time.|
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|Kat Carter||Amelia Meekin 9423905|
I updated Hannah Cordelia Mecham Carters burial to Carterville Cemetery. Thank you for that information.
I would like to suggest that when you get the Amelia Meekins memorial transferred to you please do not delete it. I would suggest that you update the birth and death date the same as Hannah's and then add information that this is a duplicate memorial of Hannahs and provide a link to the other memorial. If you delete it there is a possibility in the future that some one could recreate the memorial. Then again the information would be incorrect.
|Brad York||Richard Carter 1755-1828|
Could you provide me with the exact address of the home where you found the grave marker and took the picture of the home?
I would greatly appreciate it.
|Angela Johnson||RE: Richard Carter's headstone|
Richard Carter is my husband's 5th-great grandfather. We descend through his son, John, who was born in 1782. We are interested in all things family--we just printed a family history book, but did not have a history for Richard, just John and his descendants that came to Utah. If you have any information about Richard, we'd love to get a copy! (Or if you want anything that we have, I can send it to you.)
|Angela Johnson||Richard Carter's headstone|
Thank you so much! These pictures are beautiful! I wish I could have come to Maine and seen it myself.
|cindy forbes||roy messinger|
thanks for adding the obit, cindy