|Mary D (#47360560)|
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I've been interested in genealogy for a long time and thoroughly enjoy the time I spend in cemeteries, whether it's for my own benefit or someone else's. |
If anyone wants to use headstone pictures that I post, feel free -- no royalties required. I'm also happy to take any other pictures of the area that you would like -- let me know what you want and I will do my best.
If you have any additional information that you would like added to memorials that I manage, let me know. I want each memorial to be as complete and accurate as possible. I'm also happy to transfer memorials to relatives/friends who want to manage them, so please don't create a duplicate. I believe that memorials are best taken care of by the people who loved them.
My ultimate goal is to help photographically document all of the cemeteries in my area so that the existence of the people buried there is available to future generations and to ensure that people who can't visit on their own can still see a picture of the stone.
Note re Kirkland Cemetery: This is a heavily treed cemetery and many of the stones are covered in moss. If there is a particular stone that you would like re-photographed, feel free to let me know and I will see what I can do to clean up the stone.
-- Cedar Lawns (done)
-- Kirkland Cemetery (Done. Many, many unmarked graves in this cemetery. Many stones very deteriorated.)
-- Redmond Community Cemetery (Done)
-- Sunset Hills (The outside is complete, with only the Sunset Mausoleum left to finish)
-- Hillside and Upper Hillside (both Issaquah) I have walked both cemeteries, adding more recent memorials and looking for stones not yet photographed.
Although I have marked a cemetery as done, new graves may have been added and/or I may have missed a couple, despite my best efforts to be organized.
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|Dennis Sullens||RE: Sheldon Sullens|
Sorry for the late reply. On 9 Apr 2009 when I searched for my father, Sheldon Sullens' memorial, I found none. So I posted my own. I ignorantly thought the Sunset Hills Memorial Park cemetery would have posted. But that is up to us, careing family historians to do. Thank you for your loving efforts to my father in 2012. It was only a short time after that i found out about findagrave.com.
Dennis E Sullens
12004 NE 4th Plain blvd
Vancouver, WA 98682
503-575-8172 voice or text smartphone
|Charlie Ann Weaver||Marguerite Delay|
Based on the info in her obit, I honestly believe that Gerald J. Delay in Arlington Cemetery is her husband. I'd say hook them up.
|Charlie Ann Weaver||RE: Marguerite Delay|
Let me see if I can find out her husband's name and get back to you.
Thanks for posting her obit too.
|Lael Alberg - DAR||RE: Added photos|
Yes, I live in Issaquah. I have mapped the Upper cemetery, and am working on the lower, but it is tricky since the lines are not very straight. Have not had much luck getting any help or info from the local funeral home.
|Lael Alberg - DAR||Added photos|
Thank you for posting the three photos. I had been intending to get back up to both cemeteries this year, but haven't been able to "take the heat". Maybe later this fall.
|Eagles Nest||RE: Robert Popovich|
I just realized we both have done a memorial for Robert Popovich.
Thanks Eagles Nest
|Eagles Nest||Robert Popovich|
Thanks Mary D, for the update, I have made the corrections. Thanks for adding the picture as well. Eagles Nest
|Cindy Leidahl||Charles Priest|
Thank you so much for the pictures. I appreciate that you added a picture to my stepmother's memorial.
|Gary Mowrey||Lennice Ann (Wilton) Dalrymple|
Thank you for the photo of the grave site for Lennice.
Having the sight with her son and husband helped verify what I have for them.
Your time and service is greatly appreciated.
|Wendy L Fielding||RE: Marie Remund|
I know what you mean, my mom can remember but won't tell. My grandmother was also of the "don't open Pandora's box." My grandmother told me on some of my info it was not true even thou that was in the old days and you used microfish. She wanted to keep info on what she felt it should be...but in the end she finally told me so many wonderful stories which I found out were true. She passed away at 101. My m'in'law was the same...she gave me Fielding family but not her's as she was born out of wedlock and was older than her husband which she did not admit ever...she passed away at 102. Now I'm known as the "Crazy Aunty" since I try to get even the current kids to give info for the future. The hunt is the puzzle and when they get put together it is great. I have taken down my Ancestry due to a merge problem and also have found that so many new folks don't always use the old seeing it but just cut and paste. Because of folks like you on Find a grave I'm able to find the graves of loved ones and finally bring them together. We too better tell our stories before we forget them.
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