| || member for 9 years, 3 months, 1 day|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
I began my interest|
in genealogy about
30 plus years ago.
My dear grandmother
gave me very basic
about my family history.
It has been an amazing journey with
many wonderful discoveries. The internet
has been a wonderful tool. I have been
very pleased to find my ancestors memorials
on Find-A-Grave. So going forward I hope to return the favor for others by adding photos,
information and editing family connections.
I hope to have an opportunity to help you!
*NOTE* Some of these folks are my family.
The others are photos taken and added for
the use of others in their genealogical
studies. *You many copy my photos but it would be nice if you let me know... Very interesting to note that I found a photo floating in family trees on Ancestry which is my exact photo.*
Please contact me if you have additions, corrections,obits or connections.
*Transfers* - FAG TRANSFER POLICY:
How do I get a relative's memorial transferred to me? First, Determine if you really need the memorial transferred to you for management. Transferring of management should only be requested If you have extensive changes to make to a memorial. You can add photos and suggest corrections without having to request management. Simply having someone in your family tree is not grounds for a management transfer request. It would be impossible for all contributors to manage their entire tree. Transfer requests that do not include relationship to deceased or are out of guidelines are deleted. I would be happy to transfer a memorial to you if the memorial follows these guidelines. It's always nice when you acknowledge the transfer so I know you received it! *If you are looking for a "perfect" photo, it doesn't always happen when you have limited time to photograph large sections of graves. I try my best but I am unable to stop and care for every grave that needs assistance. Please request a Find-a-Grave photo through the "Request A Photo" button tab if you do not feel my photo fills your needs. Thank you! DR
~ GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN ~
|Find A Grave Friends|
Anonymous, Carolyn Schwab, Cheryl Behrend, Cheryl Burnett, coan.net, Debbie (Bath) D..., Deborah (Baxter..., genealogy Girls, Grave Walker(L ..., HJS, jalaine achauer, Jenny Burgin, Jerry H, John Uhlman, Judi Wollenzieh..., Lenora (Weber) ..., Lesa Epperson, Linda and Willi..., Liz Storm, Lori Hanna Benn..., [View all Find A Grave Friends...]
|Messages left for DR (176)||[Leave Message]|
|Michael J. Petrie||permission|
I would like permission to use your photos of the tombstones of George and Marguerite Seekins Baker for an unpublished family history.
petriemj (at) charter (dot) net
|John Bush||Millard and Mary Lake|
Happy to transfer them to you.
|Jerry Stremcha||RE: Hagner family|
Not a direct descendant, however Katherine is my great aunt, who married Charles. Charles Jr. therefore is a cousin.
|Deb Minniear Rush||RE: Minniear,Isaac|
yes, I'm related! ;)
You have a typo. Martha Nass died 3 Oct 1950, NOT 30 Oct 1950. Thanks for all your work.
Added by RH on Nov 03, 2013 1:31 AM
Thanks so much for the additional information.
Added by Laurie on Oct 27, 2013 1:57 AM
|Kevin Jackson||RE: Jessey Family|
You are very welcome. Glad to be of assistance. Kevin J.
|Sheryl Osborn||Topham's in Knowlton Cemetery|
If you are not connected to Herbert (#13611262) and Mary (Reynolds #34059713) Topham, they are great grandparents, and George (#13611039) and Sarah Ann (Phillips #13611157), my 2xgr grandparent's, and their daughter Amelia Topham (#34058734) I would love to have their grave Memorials. If you are connected may I add some photo's and exchange information with you? Thanks for all the hard work you have done.
|Peter Joseph ("PJ") Braun||RE: Bodenstab Family|
DR, I'm glad when anyone finds value in my memorials; please let me know if you have anything to add/share about Leonard Henry Bodenstab (he's my only family "connection") -- Leonard was the step-father of my wife's father, Paul Frank Rezachek.
If you do, please e-mail me directly: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks in advance for any help you can give me, "PJ"
|Beth Richards||RE: Lindsay Lake|
Thanks for the tip on Piatt County for a possible Lindsay Lake connection. That's a great clue. Do you have a copy of the probate you could email me? I'm at email@example.com
My Lindsay Lake came from Breckenridge County, Kentucky, and was born in KY about 1813.
I believe, but am not positive, that his father was the Aaron Lake who was enumerated in Breckenridge in 1820. He showed delinquent on taxes in 1820, insolvent in 1821 and gone in 1822. Aaron may have been in PA in 1800. An Aaron Lake bought land in Morgan County, IL in 1834, but died in 1835.
Another possible father for Lindsay is Laird Lake.
Lindsay named his eldest son Aaron, so that's a big reason that I'm probing the Aaron theory.
|[View all messages...]|