|Carla Huebler (#47348761)|
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I am a member of the Marion County Historical Society, Marion County Genealogical Society, Marion County Pioneer Cemetery Commission, Ladies Auxilary VFW Post #3519, Daughters of the Union Civil War and the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution.|
Photographing and preserving the past is my passion! Any time I can help with requests in my area, please feel free to let me know.
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|MissKitty||Mary Anne (Burch) Hegwood gravestone photo|
May I have your permission to download the photo of the gravestone of Mary Anne (Burch) Hegwood (Memorial# 67224276)?
I would like to upload it into my Ancestry family tree.
Thank you for your consideration.
|B. Srout||mary blue|
I found two Mary Blues at the Indian Head Cemetery in Romney WV Mary C. Blue 1811-1870 Mary Rinehart Blue 1881-1970 it does not match your request
Added by B. Srout on Jan 31, 2015 8:03 AM
|Patricia Harrison Armstrong||Montana Irene|
I have written your friend Marla and requested she share my email with you regarding both your headstone requests for Irene. Please note your memorial is a duplicate which was posted after one that was added last Sept by another contributor, ADD. My note to Marla explains the concerns with both memorials. Your information was the best and most thorough so I hope something can be worked out between you and the original contributor. Thanks.
|Amy||RE: Rosea Baer Walterbach|
Rose was my 3rd great -grandmother, too. I stumbled across her grave this summer. It flat on the ground and over grown with grass. I pulled off as much as I could to get the picture. She is buried right next to her daughter, Susan Waltebach.
I am a descendant from her second marriage with Jacob Walterbach. I know the tale of Henry Wright; it is quite an interesting story to have in one's family history.
Do you have any information about Rose's first husband?
I know she and Jacob lived in Meeme, Wi and then came to Marshfield to get involved in the lumber industry.
Rose, Henry and Jacob have been hard for me to track. I have no record of Jacob's death or burial. He is not buried with Rose. I'd love to connect and continue to share info. You can view my family tree here: http://bruskiewicz.tribalpages.com/
Take care- Amy Rosno
Added by Amy on Jan 04, 2015 6:40 AM
|Wilma Gilstrap||RE: John McClure, Mt. Pleasant, Corsica #51433052|
Thanks for your kind words. Your determination as to the dates sounds okay by me. Just wish there was some way to be sure on some of these worn tombstones. I tried looking at it from every angle and I would think it was one number - look at it again and think another. But I'm sure if your birth date is accurate, it has to be "68".
Good luck on your continued search.
|Wilma Gilstrap||John McClure, Mt. Pleasant, Corsica|
I in no way wish to pre-empt you but in response for tombstone info on John McClure, I today visited the graveyard and photographed his tombstone and put it on his memorial. It's a much clearer picture than the one that's on there as it appears someone has cleaned it. It has, however, broken off the base completely. In looking at the inscription from every angle, my best guess is the death date 1888. I know this does not jive with his actual, or presumed, birth date, however, the numbers on either end can be wrong. The inscription says died at age of 74 years and 3 months.
Hope this helps and doesn't add more confusion to the issue.
P.S. If you do not want the picture I put on the memorial, please delete.
|L. Forbes||Terry Sean Keener|
please link to his mother -Leilani R. Keener
I thank you very very much
|failedprocess||RE: Klein Family Cemetery, Pella|
Thank you so much for the information!
|failedprocess||Klein Family Cemetery, Pella|
I can't express how happy I was to find a record of the Klein Family Cemetery. My grandmother was once supposed to be taken out there but her contact passed away suddenly and we didn't know anyone else who knew where it was. I understand that it is a bit difficult to access but understand, due to your photo credit, that you managed it at one point. Do you have any advice for accessing this cemetery? My earliest known laid to rest in America ancestors are interred there and I would very much like to trek out if at all possible.
Thanks for your time and the work that you do here on Find A Grave.
|Paul Rolfe||Watson Welch|
It will probably be easier for both of us if you maintain it there. FYI: I checked the Walnut Hill Cemeteries Burial Book (includes Cedar Lawn, Memorial Park, Ridgewood and Walnut Hill Cemeteries since they are co-located) for obvious additional family and found none. There are no additional Welch surname graves in the same section (07) of Walnut Hill where Watson is buried. There are 16 additional Welch graves in the book dated May 2010. If there are other names you think I should search for his family, just let me know. I applaud what you are doing there.
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