|Martha Malinowski (#47506372)|
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My intense interest in genealogy began when I was given a box of my grandmother's old family photos a few years after the death of my mother. I was saddened by the realization I knew very little to nothing about my grandparent's family history. |
Needless to say, the pictures were the catalyst for what is now an obsession to learn as much as possible about my past relatives.
The picture on here is me in Biloxi, MS at the grave of my g grandfather, Thaddeus L NICHOLS, who fought in the Civil War and buried in Beauvoir's Old Soldiers Cemetery. I have also become a DAR member through my 4rd great grandfather Zachariah P GRIFFIS.
I am currently researching my family names BELT, HOLTSCLAW, FRENCH, APPLE, BLACKSHEAR, INCE, GRIFFIS, NICHOLS, BRIGANCE, MASSEY, GREER and MORGAN; also, on my husband side, MALINOWSKI and SUPRYNOWICZ
I have found Find-a-Grave to be a valuable tool in genealogy research and a very special way to honor our relatives. I am very grateful to all the volunteers who keep this site expanding and relevant.
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|carole taylor puntenney||Greer|
this memorial is wonderful. I too am a GREER,
my grandmother Lula Greer is daughter to Lemuel and his father was Ezekiel etc... and Wm and Sarah's daughter Elizabeth is my g-g-gg
thank you for all the lovely info... it is great
thanks for all your hard work. I am also DAR Smoky Hill Trail CO. thank again, cuz'
|Colleen Lilly||Lewis Morgan|
My name is Colleen Patrick-Lilly and Lewis Morgan is my 4th Great Grandfather. You have posted a picture of Morgan Cemetery that is located in Trimble, Pulaski, Kentucky. I was wondering if there are any headstones there or if it is just a field. I would love to have pictures of any headstones that are there as it seems as though they would all be relatives. Are you related to the Morgan family? Any information that you can give me would be greatly appreciated.
|Wade Hicks||Davidson - Holtzclaw|
First, thanks much for this information. It is wonderful! I live in Missouri and at the age whereby I do not travel.
I would love to talk to you concerning the Holtzclaw family. I have NO pictures of the Holtzclaw's. None of my Great Grandparents. If you have any of ANY Holtzclaw, I would love it. I will give you the genealogy of Nancy and her husband John Davidson.
Betty Davidson Hicks.
|Eileen Lentz||RE: Hillside Cemetery - Bucksport, ME|
You are so right about the difficulty of finding cemeteries there. There are so many with similar names and in rather off-the-road places. I was using several different web sites that don't seem to be available anymore that helped me find some of them. The one that included the map and location of the Hillside Cemetery in (East) Bucksport was on a web site for the cemetery association that manages it. But I haven't been able to find it online recently.
Again, thank you for your wonderful service.
|Eileen Lentz||Hillside Cemetery in East Bucksport|
You left a problem note on someone's photo requests for stone in Hillside Cemetery. However, you went to the wrong Hillside Cemetery. I believe there are four of them in Hancock County. Unfortunately, the map attached to the Hillside Cemetery in East Bucksport on Find A Grave has the wrong GPS Coordinates and map marker. If you Google 44.632606,-68.709529, it will be the spot of the sign at the entrance of the cemetery so you can get driving directions, but I will describe a few for you. On state road 46 (Duck Cover/Lower Long Pond Road) across from the northeastern corner of Hancock Pond, turn onto state road 42 (Church/Meeting House Road). There will be an old church off to the left. Turn on the road next to it (Wights Lane/White Road). Follow it straight up until you see the Hillside Cemetery sign (stone), and then enter the cemetery at your left.
Here is the link to the photo requests in question. http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=rapList&rapMode=cemetery&rapCemeteryId=2198185
Several generations of my mother's family are buried in the Hillside Cemetery, so when I have been able to visit the area (I live clear across the United States) we took pictures or transcribed some of the stones. Wish I could visit again to do more, but I am very appreciative of those like you who will do such a service for others.
|MollieD||RE: Katie Bingham|
You are very welcome.
Added by MollieD on Jun 23, 2013 10:05 AM
|Patsy (Morgan) Swanner||ISSAC JOHN MORGAN|
Issac Morgan was my 3 rd greatgrandfather & i see you also related . do you have more info?
i live in tx. would like to hear from you.as i am new to this. thanks patsy
|Swanlin||RE: Restland cemetery|
I really don't recall there being another marker; I just remember looking down and thinking the last name seemed like one on the list of photos requested.
I will check the next time I go to the cemetery to follow up on some relatives.
Added by Swanlin on Apr 25, 2013 6:46 AM
Your very welcome.I transferred Mary to you,happy to help.If I ever come across Carlton's obit I will add it.
Added by Sunny on Mar 13, 2013 11:53 PM
|Stacy Mills Gore||RE: Arminta Blackshear Scott|
I did take a picture of a HW that was beside her but his last name was not scott on the headstone. This is the memorial I created and was wondering how they were kin 105915594 Annie Arminta Scott.
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