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janicet (#47361005)
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Bio Photo PLEASE NOTE ..Find A Grave has something to help us update the memorials so if I have entered any information that is incorrect, please use the edit function for corrections. I want to keep the information as accurate as possible.

Go to your Contributor Home Page and you will see an Edit Tab on the right hand side at the top. You will now need to approve or decline those edits submitted by users.

I began by helping my mother with her genealogy research by locating our ancestors' graves. Then, I got involved with several friends, helping them create their trees and memorials. You can see the names we are following in my virtual cemeteries. Along the way, I have found others' ancestors and created their pages. Now I have documented our ancestry to Col. Daniel Boone which was very interesting. And, finding the "Women of the American Revolution." Next trying to break down several "brick walls."

I'm happy to transfer management to family members, just ask! Please use the "Edit" tab and "Suggest a Correction" when doing so and remember to give your member# along with your relationship or reason for the transfer.

I believe that memorials should belong to family members whenever possible, as family have a personal interest in honoring their relatives and are better able to complete, maintain and improve memorials with additional details and research. I am more than willing to have family members "adopt" them.

Please feel free to use any photos I have posted in your research work. Photo courtesy of Find-a-grave member #47361005

Note that, once I have dealt with a message, I will delete it, so if you don't see yours there, that's what happened.

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RE: William C Fuller memorial #40606475
Most of my research is based on the life of Jane Fuller McBroom, Whitaker, Evans. The Whitaker line is my main research line but started researching people in the Wymore Cemetery in Mahaska County, Iowa near the Whitaker family farm. The Whitakers who came to Iowa 1863.
In Researching Jane Fuller Whitaker, I found many members of her family who also moved to Mahaska county, Iowa. One of her sisters, Wealthy Fuller Myers had a family story written in Portrait and Biographical Album of Mahaska County, Iowa. In that album, they stated that her parents were Gabriel Fuller and Ann Cunningham. I found a Montgomery, Indiana Guardianship Docket, Book 1 P. 36 in 1843 November 18th with the wards of Gabrial Fuller Deceased as Sarah Fuller aged 20 years, Oliver H.P. Fuller aged 19, Rebecca A Fuller aged 17 years, Wealthy Fuller aged 15 years, Jane Fuller aged 12 years, William C Fuller 9 years, Morman Fuller 7 years. I also found an 1850 Census in Wayne, Montgomery, Indiana naming the same children. Jane was not included but was married by then to her first husband named McBroom.
Many of these family members are buried in Wymore Cemetery.
I have found in my research that several names are used in records at this time. I have found Gabriel Fuller as the name in three references but I will keep looking. Thank you for your input. I would guess he may have used Gabriel instead of Penningham. Let me know if you find more information on this.
Added by Nancy on Dec 29, 2016 10:22 PM
Wm. Fuller/Wymore
Hello! I received your message regarding Wm. Fuller. Have you contacted the Find A Grave contributor (from Find A Grave contributor #48037017) who sent me the info that is posted on Wm.'s memorial page?
Added by KateH on Dec 29, 2016 8:56 AM
RE: Memorial #80684639
I always look for same names on requestes. On two I did find several family. Sadly not on yours. If they are children at this cemetery they are usually in kids sections. Sorry. James
Added by Romper90069 on Dec 14, 2016 1:20 PM
Cyndi Speltz Gipp
RE: Helen Wright #149689616
I sent documents to you. Do you agree Martha Jane was the wife of James F Wright?
Added by Cyndi Speltz Gipp on Dec 08, 2016 12:17 PM
Dewey Morgan
RE: Rachel Merryman Laughlin photo
I could only make out enough to prove it was her stone. It has worn badly. The cemetery book from 1988, has just the details already on the site. If you need anything else let me know.
Added by Dewey Morgan on Sep 29, 2016 7:54 AM
mel truman
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First off you're welcome, glad I could help. Secondly, I will add the edits to Cecelia's memorial giving credit to you. Thirdly, I'll have to go back to take a "generic photo", that's no big deal. Fourth, can you give me the names of the family members in Section B without markers. And lastly, would you want any of these folks transferred to you. Don't worry about credit for my photos. I'm not concerned with big numbers, it's more about people finding their people
Good Hunting
Added by mel truman on Sep 23, 2016 7:10 AM
John Webber
RE: William G Tomer #14019451

William Gould Tomer
October 5, 1833, New Jersey.

September 26, 1896, New Jersey.

Union Cemetery, Finesville, New Jersey.

Tomer studied singing and sang in the choir in Finesville, New Jersey, and began teaching school at age 17. He served in the Union army during the American civil war, then worked as a clerk in Washington, DC, served as music director for Grace Methodist Episcopal Church, and taught school in New Carpentersville and Greenwich, New Jersey. He was living in Greenwich as of 1880.

I wonder if this cemetery has been renamed?
I have a family tree on him on
There is so little on him.
Added by John Webber on Sep 11, 2016 11:09 PM
RE: James Coyne burial
Atheist headstone. I found it on a website and I am guessing it is not real. Not sure. I did find two at Forest Lawn, Glendale.

"Return to Sender"
"Factory Reject"

Plan to use those in the future.

Always love a good laugh.

Added by Romper90069 on Aug 29, 2016 10:52 PM
RE: John Postlethwaite #5236707
Hope new photo was okay. Please feel free--I give permission--to change the caption for the Commemorative plaque photo or take it off. If you'd like, I can remove it and re-submit the photo with a more proper caption.
Added by WendyandTom on Aug 09, 2016 9:15 AM
RE: John Postlethwaite #5236707
Just contacted Lexington Cemetery and he is supposed to be there and so I will look--will go tomorrow or next week.FYI
Added by WendyandTom on Aug 03, 2016 9:50 AM
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