|Jennifer White (#46824467)|
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Let me begin by saying that cemetery research and genealogy is much more than simply a hobby for me, it's a passion. I desire to capture the history of the every day person, to make sure their lives are remembered.|
In all my hunting, one of the stories that I've uncovered and touched my heart isn't a relation to me. In fact, she has no descendents of her own. Hers is the the story of a young girl known as Minnie Adams, "The Wild Girl of Brush Valley Township." If you get the chance, stop over at her memorial, read her story, and remember her.
I am more than happy to work with others to make additions and corrections to the memorials I manage. I very much appreciate when updates include the reputable source of the information provided. Unfortunately, I have been given incorrect information in the past and wish to avoid that.
I do take pride in the memorials I manage, and I do my very best to promptly make updates that are sent my way. I take that responsibility seriously and always appreciate it when others manage their memorials with the same diligence and respect. One thing I've noticed across the board here at Find-A-Grave, kindness when making requests most often is rewarded.
I also would eagerly transfer management of a memorial page of a person whom I am not related (primarily anyone buried in New England are non-relations) to a descendant. I do expect that if a transfer is requested that you are an active Find-a-Grave member and will continue to maintain the memorial and graciously network with other descendents.
If you have questions on Find-A-Grave Transfer Policy refer to: Requesting a Transfer.
However, please respect that I retain management of the memorials of my ancestors. If we are both descendents, I certainly respect the Find-A-Grave policy on transfers for siblings, parents, grandparents and great-grandparents, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. In all other cases, I keep management of my own ancestors. If you are looking for a way to "gather" your family and loved ones together, please check out the "Virtual Cemeteries" feature on your profile. This is an excellent tool for you to connect your family together.
PLEASE send corrections/requests by clicking the "EDIT" tab at the top right corner of the memorial page. Then click "suggest a correction or provide additional information". For transfers please state your relationship and include your member number. I sometimes miss messages posted below, so you'll have much better luck emailing me through the "edit" function.
As for me, I am a work-from-home mom of several passions. Family, genealogy, freelance writing, and Bible study are just a few. Check out my bio here.
|Messages left for Jennifer White (88)||[Leave Message]|
|Barbara Harackiewicz||RE: Recent Edits|
Thank you. I'll let you know if I want any transfers. Thanks for asking.
|Rich Fedoush||RE: Magoosic Edits|
Thank you for your kind words. I appreciate it.
Jennifer, thanks for editing memorial #132609290 ROSETTA NETTIE (ZETTA) RUMMEL LEWIS. I appreciate your work. PML # 48315564
Added by PML on Apr 16, 2015 8:39 AM
|Amanda Smith||Find A Grave Memorial# 13274712|
I sent edit request for Harry Davis and his wife Leona M. (Mock) Morris Davis. Thank you!
|Brent Gillespie||Links 2-10-13|
Thank You for the links for Etta Jane (McCollum) Edwards in West Antioch Cemetery. They have been added.
|Doug Barnes||I see one mistake|
You have a Henry in each family. Henry was in the second family. But there is a Peter missing on first marriage.
|Beautiful Savior Is My Lord Jesus Christ||James Manzer|
Thank you for the obituary of James Manzer/Fort Plain Cemetery. I do appreciate you sending it to me.
|Laurie Small Webb||Rachel Morse Rockwood|
Hello, I just wanted to give you the information on the above person date of birth and date of death.
This is her Find A Grave Memorial# 27559814.
Her birth date is 30 Mar 1702 -- Medway, Norfolk, Massachusetts, USA and her date of death is 08 Mar 1778 Grafton, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA.
Laurie Small Webb...
|Michael R Miller||RE: Matilda Heming Bennett|
You are very welcome, glad to do it. Have you tried to call the church about the marker location?
|Tim Burk||Minnie Adams|
Fascinating story. Hollywood movie in the making.
All said, I sounds as if she had some people that cared. If there is any excuse for her father and brothers is that it was such a 'shame' and sign of familiar 'weakness' during this time period.
May she rest in peace.
Added by Tim Burk on May 23, 2014 6:35 AM
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