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Grandma Mac (Elizabeth Ella Kellogg MacFaddin) was the genealogist of the family. She got the "bug" from her father. She kept all her research in an old black suitcase. There were notes on all sorts of scraps of paper – the back of a grocery list, used envelopes and even a bank statement here and there. Her handwriting was neat and dainty. She would come down from Fresno and Daddy would drive her in to the Los Angeles Main Library to spend all day there working on her research. When she passed away in 1970 the suitcase was put away, until my sister took up the task in 1999, of sorting through all of Grandma's bits and bobs of information.|
I personally had no interest in genealogy. That is until 2008 when quite by accident, I found my Dad's name in another family tree. So it's not my fault that I've become obsessed with the family history. I have a need to connect the dots.
Back to Grandma Mac, wouldn't she just have a field day with all the information that is at our fingertips today? Many thanks go out to all the volunteers through the various groups, like Find A Grave that give their time to help put the family puzzles together.
Names I am researching: MacFaddin/McFaddin or McFadden, Boynton, Breed, Caldow, Clark, Cody, Higgins, Hiscock, Houghton, Kellogg, Rathermel, Sairs, Schuck and Wilder.
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This happened so fast - wow -- thank you for being my project helper. So very much appreciated. Your pictures of the markers are perfect.
Now - I get to place Cynthia Brown Davis and her husband next to her only sister, Rachel Francis Brown Dill, and her husband.In My Family History that is.My Family History appreciates your help also. Rachel Francis Brown Dill is my great grandmother. She and her husband, Elmer Dill are buried in Glen Cove Cemetery located in Knightstown, Indiana.
Many thanks --
B. Joan Pinney
|Carrie Filer||Leonard Weiss|
Thank you so much for posting the photo of Leonard's grave. I can't thank you enough for taking the time to do that. You are very kind. Take care,
|Family Is Forever||Photo - Alfred L Rivera|
Thank you for the photos. Very nice.
Nevermind I saw the photo now it wasn't there before. And I'm not sure why it sent you that message 3 times.
Thank you so much again.
Thank you for the photos of Fred and Genevieve kelso.
Not to sou d un-greatful but did you but chance get a photo of the grave straight on?
Thank you so much for the picture of my grandmothers grave.
|Larry K||Charles Osborne|
Thank you for the updates, have made the changes.
Guess the eyes were getting tired when looking at that photo.
Happy graving, Larry
Added by Larry K on Jun 03, 2013 7:47 PM
|Linnea Perris||Clifford and Marion Beidelman Memorials|
Margi, Thank you very much for going to the cemetery, taking the wonderful photos and posting them to their memorials it is truly appreciated. Thanks also for the location of the graves which I have added to the memorials. You have been a great help to me as I do not live near enough to make a trip to Southern California to take the photos of the final resting places of my Uncle and Aunt.
Linnea (Beidelman) Perris
|Mary Ellen C||Kinmartins, Murphys & Carol Wagner|
Thank you once again for going the extra mile and sending such well photographed pictures with the added extra detail!
Mary Ellen C
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