|Barbara Pargament (#47178386)|
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I began serious genealogical research on my family in 1991 before moving to Nevada. My mother and I combined our photos and efforts to record our family history during frequent visits to Arkansas, Oklahoma and Texas. My mother, Eunice House Peters, died July 2008 at the age of 87 and my Dad, Lester J. Peters, died June 2009 at the age of 93.They were married 73 years.|
In 2002, I co-authored a work book with my friend, Barbara L. Hodges, CGRS. The work book is titled: "Some Churchill County Nevada Records, 1850-1900, A Researchers Guide". Second printing in 2003. Our plan is to continue with a series of work books on the original counties prior to 1900. While helping others to research their family history, I am also working on a book about the early settlers of the "Gold Rush Community" of Big Oak Flat & Groveland,California, where I grew up & lived from 1946-1994. In 2010, I published a reproduction of "Complete Indexed Map of California and Nevada, 1910" which was found in Big Oak Flat.
Teaming up with FAG has given me the opportunity to give back to the many people who have helped me in my research over the years.
Many of the memorials that I have entered on FAG are not my relatives and I will be happy to transfer them to direct decendents who qualify by FAG rules.
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I would like permission to use your photo on my Ancestry page. Thank you, Sandy
Added by Sandy on Nov 13, 2013 1:16 PM
|Marsha ||Antioch Cemetery|
After searching for my Wootton burials and being very confused, I realized that Findagrave had two Antioch Cemetery listings for Howard Co, Arkansas. At first I thought it must have been a duplicate listing in error BUT, I have just found out that they really are two different cemeteries.
The photo you were kind enough to post for the Antioch Baptist Church cemetery somehow has gotten posted to both cemetery sites.
Can you please remove the 'church building' photo from the Antioch Cemetery (the one with 93 memorials) in Howard Co, Arkansas???
Added by Marsha on Nov 08, 2013 10:50 AM
|J.J. and Lisa Hendrix||George Cemetery|
You have done a great job with the George Cemetery. My wife and I stop at cemeteries to let our kids get out of the car on long trips. We just ended up at George and I snapped a bunch of pictures.
Since you have done so much with the cemetery, if you'd like for me to transfer any of the memorials I've made, I'd be glad to.
|Cheryl M.||Gardners in Coulterville Cemetery|
I added the information as you requested on Gladys Gardner and linked her to her husband Floyd. Thank you for bringing this to my attention. Good hunting from one cemetery walker to another!
Helen (Davis) Becker was my beloved grandmother. A distant cousin plans to visit Groveland in a week and to visit Divide Cemetery. Would you be interested in meeting to chat about your book and our research about "boys" that migrated from VT to CA? Helen's father was Rancil Fay Davis, a "romantic gold miner" who came to Groveland/ Big Oak Flat ca 1851 and lived out his life there. Family friends of his were Deferrari family and Donovan. Please contact me at Michele.email@example.com
Added by Michele on Jul 16, 2013 7:32 AM
Thank you for asking--you are welcome to use the pictures for your Ancestry tree.
Added by Maggie on May 25, 2013 11:12 AM
|Valarie Vine||James Coffroth|
I just added a James W, Coffroth at the Sacramento City Cemetery (died 1872). I just discovered your entry, and he is likely the same person. Happy to transfer to you if you like.
|PJH / Angelbird||Clinton Cassaretto|
Hi - thanks for the transfer. Regards, Phyllis
|PJH / Angelbird||RE: Clinton Cassaretto|
Hi Barbara - no need to transfer management. I'm not related. I'll just go ahead and add the photograph of the monument. Thanks for getting back to me. Regards, Phyllis.
|Kevin Large||Wrench family|
Thanks for making the family link for me.
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