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CONNIE FYFE (#47434291)
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Bio Photo Born in North Platte, Nebraska. Currently live in Bossier City, Louisiana.

Please feel free to request transfer of memorials. I grant management of memorials that I have created, to both family and friends. As long as their is positive intent, I have no problem relinquishing management of memorials. The whole point of graving is remembering those gone before us. This is information to be shared, not hoarded.

Here's a little personal dittie that I have written about graving

"Tis rock and stone and fence and mound I seek.
A lonely grave on a grassy knoll, inside my heart I keep.

A grandfather, not once but twice my great,
was buried there a'fore my eyes opened
for the first time.

An Auntie took me there, so long ago. I myself have been there, so I know
That there he rests, among the hills, and calves, and grass, and sky, and wind.

But I myself like him, am now so old, I can't remember all the stories told. Nor where exactly lies this grassy grave. Where a man once homesteaded and stood so brave.

I want to put a flower on his stone, to let him know that he is not alone. Round the bend, I go and carry with, My honor and my love, for Grandpa Smith.

But sun is going down, and I don't see, the very place I seek where he should be. Perhaps tomorrow will find me, finding him. If not, the grass keeps blowing in the wind."

In memory of Edmond Elliot Smith (1840-1908)
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Alex Magdaleno
RE: Urias Hollenbeck
Mom's first cousin put up a family tree on
I have a tree also but have not added family as far back as he did. I don't know if you can see it without signing up.

Added by Alex Magdaleno on Feb 03, 2016 12:38 PM
Alex Magdaleno
RE: Urias Hollenbeck
Hi Connie,

I have taken over my mother's extensive genealogy files. In them i found that picture of Urias's grave. I have no idea where she got it. She had extensive communication with people on many family lines and usually kept very good records. But that photo must have fell out of the envelope it came in.
Added by Alex Magdaleno on Feb 02, 2016 10:41 PM
A Footstep In Time
Travis Dalton Lee
Hi, You have added one photo to Travis Dalton Lee #83001585 twice. Could you please remove one of them, the photo allotment is full. Thank you.
Added by A Footstep In Time on Jan 26, 2016 4:01 PM
Alex Magdaleno
RE: Urias Hollenbeck

I found that picture among my mother's huge library of genealogy material. I don't know where she got it, but most likely from another descendant of Urias. She corresponded with many people and historical societies for about 30 years.

Added by Alex Magdaleno on Jan 25, 2016 5:58 PM
sally baird
I see on James' memorial on findagrave that you left a note that you are his granddaughter?
Our Baird ancestors were born around Derry, Westmorland Co PA also. Thomas Baird is my husband's 4x greatgrandfather. Is there any Thomas Bairds in your line? We can't find Thomas parents' name. We believe he married Jane Irwin....
Sally thorpe Baird
Added by sally baird on Sep 17, 2015 12:10 PM
David Alan Bowe, MD
Bethsheba Burr stone
I posted the grave photo for your ancestor whose name on the page is Bathsheba Thompson in Vienna, Ohio.
She was second wife of my ancestor Isaac Flower. The photo was taken last summer but I just noticed that I had never uploaded it. The stone says Bethsheba but the other records say Bathsheba.
She married a Foote, then Flower, then Thompson.
Added by David Alan Bowe, MD on Jul 02, 2015 12:20 PM
Ron Darrah
RE: Elizabeth Darrah
Thanks for your answer. I have nothing much new to add , although I continue to plug away. I'm also working on the other two daughters of Henry. Women can be a challenge--and not just in genealogy!

Ron in Indy
Added by Ron Darrah on Apr 08, 2015 5:21 AM
Ron Darrah
Elizabeth Darrah
I was curious as to where all the Echelberry researchers got the idea that William's wife was Elizabeth Darrah? Is there a family Bible or a dairy or some letters or a death record or obituary?
I can't seem to find the original document that can be a proof record.

Ron in Indy
Added by Ron Darrah on Apr 07, 2015 8:04 PM
RE: Polly Ann Murrhee
You are very welcome. Happy to do it!
Added by Dona on Jan 14, 2015 9:28 AM
Kate O
RE: Elijah and Fanny Sturdevant
Glad you liked them. I posted a few other family members as well.

I was in the cemetery looking for a particular early gravestone carver (found 11 of his in Lacey St. Cemetery a few miles away) and just happen to take the right stones. I knew that not many pictures had been listed and we were looking for graves from about 1800-1830.

Wish I had taken a few more. This cemetery is easy to find just off of Rt. 6, on "Old route 6" which is a small spur. Many of the markers here are just field stones.

Good luck in your family research.
Added by Kate O on Oct 14, 2014 4:32 PM
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